Date: October 19th, 2021
Time Slots (UTC): 5 am, 8 am, 3 pm
Duration: 40 - 60 min
Why is it beneficial to dispense with solvents? Solvents are only auxiliary materials for processing coatings or adhesives. This means that for the actual function - such as adhesion, corrosion protection, etc. - they make no contribution. On the contrary, they make production processes more expensive, since useless material has to be transported, stored and processed. In addition, solvents often lead to tighter labeling of coatings or adhesives because they become harmful to health, hazardous to the environment or flammable.
Here, PlasmaPlus® coating simplifies the process. All different types of materials like plastic, glass, metal, aluminum, etc. can be coated with PlasmaPlus®. Plasma polymerization with the PlasmaPlus® process is already being used successfully for surface coating in a large number of different industrial applications. Herewith PT-Bond coatings assure long-term adhesion.
This no-charge PlasmaTalk is aimed at research, development and quality control personnel as well as designers, process engineers and operators of production equipment in industrial processes.
This PlasmaTalk is the second in a series of three: The first highlighted the basic relationships and uses of Openair-Plasma®, which is the simplest method for cleaning and activation of surfaces, on October 5th, 2021 by Dr. Alexander Knospe. In bonding applications where the Openair approach is not sufficient, the adhesion-promoting layer PT-Bond comes into play and is the main topic of this current PlasmaTalk. Lastly, Dr. Dhia Ben Salem, Team Leader Research and Dr. Daphne Pappas, R&D Manager for Plasmatreat USA will demonstrate how plasma treatments can be used to customize surfaces to meet special material requirements on October 21st, 2021.
The PlasmaTalk will run for appr. 40 - 60 min. including FAQs. If you have a specific problem or question, please send it in advance to email@example.com and we will be happy to include it into the program.
Please note that due to our international audience, we provide the time slot in UTC (Coordinated Universal Time). Please check your time zone using the time calculator below (TimeCalc).