Openair-Plasma® Technology for EPDM Profiles
Manufacturing EPDM profiles for the automotive industry is a complex and time-consuming production process. Since more than 20 years Openair-Plasma® technology is used in the EPDM profile industry, and supports and helps you optimize your manufacturing process.
With Openair-Plasma® technology you can pretreat your product, prepare it for further production processes and increase its quality. An important step for EPDM profiles is to activate the different elastomer materials you use. With this activation the adhesion, for example for flocking, tape application and anti-friction coating is more durable. Former mechanical brushing and wet chemical processes switched into eco-friendly, safe and faster processess.
After participating in this PlasmaTalk you will know more about:
- Basic functionality of plasma technology
- Special automation requirements in the EPDM profile industry
- Fully inline integrated plasma process with quality assurance functions
- Current and new plasma systems (e.g. new jet adjustments)
After your participation in this free of charge PlasmaTalk by Joachim Schüßler, Sales Manager Plasmatreat Germany, you will be able to evaluate how plasma optimizes your production process and how it helps you to manufacture a durable as well as safe EPDM profile. Since 2000, we set new standards in the EPDM market, have launched several state-of-the-art plasma systems and founded subsidiaries and partners around the world to support you, wherever you are located.
The PlasmaTalk will run for appr. 40 - 60 min. including FAQs. If you have a specific problem or question, please send if in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to include it into the program.
Sales Manager Germany
He has many years of professional experience as sales manager for Plasmatreat Germany and is also responsible for the German branch in the south. As a key account manager, he looks after numerous customers, whom he advises as a specialist in the use of plasma technology in production processes for bonding, printing and coating applications.