iPLASMA for Printed Electronics
The special inks used, combined with the need for adhesion to specific materials for printed electronics, requires surface properties that can be obtained only with Nitrogen-based surface chemistry.
iPlasma creates the necessary surface chemistry that meets the adhesion requirements of the special inks and materials. Where iPlasma excels, is its industrially proven low running cost, which enables the lowest price per square metre.
iPLASMA for Photovoltaics
Solar panels need the print material to be transparent so the photovoltaics can work at maximum efficiency. But, using a primer significantly lowers this transparency.
iPlasma removes the need for the primer, and enables direct printing on the material.
iPLASMA for Speciality Film
Pioneering technology is not limited to the applications that are already on the marked. iPlasma can be the solution for future uses of speciality films. There is no need to be limited by the chemical means of solving adhesion problems that are offered by the ink and adhesive manufacturers. If a special ink or adhesive is needed, it is likely that a more standard and cheaper alternative, if paired iPlasma can offer a cheaper and better product.
iPlasma has already created new products that were impossible to produce using conventional solutions.
iPLASMA for Special Machines
iPlasma can be mounted on any type of machine that can accommodate a Corona treater. It is not limited to lab sized machines, as is often believed.
iPlasma equipment comes in all shapes and sizes, from narrow web printing lines to slitter rewinders, catering for both online and offline processes. This allows one iPlasma installation to feed several offline machines running at high speed.