PLASMACOATING ACTIVATION

Innovation – The PLASMA coating is technologically far superior to other procedures. The core of the process is the targeted feeding of powder and precursor into the plasma jet, which is up to several 10,000 degrees hot. Two key criteria are responsible for the coating quality: Firstly, the low heat input into the substrate through the focused plasma jet. Secondly, the coating material as a special powder or as precursor vapour.

Result – This makes it possible to achieve extremely dense and compact coatings without solvent and at unprecedented speed at atmospheric pressure – i.e. without vacuum. The plasma coatings themselves are still extremely adhesive even with a thickness of a few μm or a few nm.

Possibilities – Through this innovative process, material combinations that did not exist before are now possible. In particular, high-melting powders or glass-like coatings can be applied to sensitive surfaces (paper, wood, plastics, films, etc.) without the substrates being thermally damaged. The low energy input opens up new coating perspectives. A much more favourable atmospheric process replaces expensive PVD or CVD systems as well as galvanic baths. The result is a dry, simple and environmentally friendly process.

A brief presentation of the plasma coating: Leaflet_InoCoat

BENEFITS

  • In an atmospheric environment
  • High coating rates
  • Low thermal influences on the substrate
  • No chemical substances, environment-friendly
  • Partial coating
  • Hydrophilic and hydrophobic coating
  • Compact, light, quiet plasma jet
  • Drying process
  • Thinnest coats of high and compact density

Areas of application with powder

  • 3D-MID
    Printed Circuit Board production
    LED production
    Manufacturing of solar cells
    Anti-corrosion coatings
    Anti-bacterial coatings
    Tribological coatings (increasing coefficient of friction)

Areas of application with precursor

  • Anti-adhesive coatings
    Production of abrasion-resistant coatings
    Anti-bacterial coatings
    Improvement of transmittance
  • Powder coatings

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    Powder coatings

    In this functional coating, many metallic powders (e.g., Cu, Sn, Zn, Ni) can be partially applied to a variety of substrates (glass, metal, paper, plastics). In the process, a smooth or even textured coating can be done. However, properties such as corrosion resistance, conductivity, surface quality, etc. may also be focussed on. We would be happy to carry out joint tests in our laboratory.

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  • Adhesive agent

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    Adhesive agent

    In these invisible glass-like coatings, the coating layer thickness is approximately 30 nm. Surface energy of approx. 80 mJ/m² can be achieved. These partial coatings are suitable for optimising adhesive processes or printing processes. Significant improvements in transmittance are additional effects and are used in glass panes and lenses.

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  • Adhesive agent

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    Adhesive agent

    In these invisible glass-like coatings, the coating layer thickness is approximately 30 nm. Surface energy of approx. 80 mJ/m² can be achieved. These partial coatings are suitable for optimising adhesive processes or printing processes. Significant improvements in transmittance are additional effects and are used in glass panes and lenses.

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