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Enercon Industies Launches Plasma4 system

October 15, 2010

System adds value to engineered films, wovens and nonwovens.

Enercon Industries Corporation is introducing Plasma4, a new system that breaks through production and economical barriers with ecology in mind. The system is a result of Enercon’s decade-long expertise in engineering and commissioning production grade plasma systems.

The surface treating system adds value to engineered films, wovens and nonwovens by cleaning, etching and functionalizing surfaces. Enercon’s Atmospheric Plasma Technology Manager Rory Wolf said, “Early adopters of Plasma4 are impressed with the foresight put into the design which eliminates many of the industry’s previous performance barriers.”

Plasma4 offers numerous features which benefit converters by minimizing cost of ownership and increasing profitability.

Outstanding features include the following: high and long lasting treatment; industry’s most efficient use of gas chemistry; no electrode breakage; automatic gap adjustment; and no ozone.


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