Saturation Phenomena in Conjunction with Corona Treatment on Different Substrates, 2005 PLACE Conference

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Saturation is a phenomenon, which describes an increase of input power into a corona system which does not lead to an increase of surface energy on the substrate. This may either be due to the substrate or to the treatment system.

The industry is interested in having detailed information about saturation phenomena in conjunction with corona treatment in order to achieve an efficient, secure process with the best possible surface adhesion characteristics. This presentation deals with several aspects of saturation, and sheds light on substrates (Aluminum compared with PE) and different configurations of corona treaters.

Author: Weber, R.
Saturation Phenomena in Conjunction with Corona
Saturation Phenomena in Conjunction with Corona Treatment on Different Substrates, 2005 PLACE Conference
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