Atmospheric pressure plasma

With atmospheric plasma technology, gas is excited by means of a high voltage under atmospheric pressure, such that a plasma is ignited. The plasma is expelled by compressed air from the nozzle. There are two plasma effects:

Activation and precision cleaning is carried out by the reactive particles contained in the plasma jet.

In addition, loose, adherent particles are removed from the surface by the compressed air accelerated active gas jet.

The treatment performance can be affected in different ways by varying the process parameters such as treatment speed and distance from the substrate surface.

The atmospheric plasma processor PlasmaBeam is mainly used for local pretreatment of different surfaces (cleaning, activation):

  • Polymers
  • Metal
  • Ceramic
  • Glass
  • Hybrid materials

The PlasmaBeam is suitable for robots and can be installed in existing, automated production lines without great effort.