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The purpose of corona surface treatment of polymer-based materials is to increase surface wettability through electrical discharge. The low surface energy of polymer-based substrates often leads to poor adhesion of inks, glues and coatings. To obtain optimum adhesion, it is often necessary to increase the surface energy of the substrate to just above that of the material to be applied. Surface Treatment with either Corona results in good wetting of the material over the surface of the substrate and so improves adhesion. For Narrow Web Dyne Technology offers:

LabelTEC designed for the corona pre-treatment of conductive and non-conductive narrow webs. This type of system will corona treat either one or both sides of the web and will accommodate widths from 100-500mm, running at production speeds of up to 150m/min.


For Wide Web Dyne Technology offers:

WebTEC for the flexible packaging industry allows increased surface energy on webs manufactured from a variety of materials including; paper, plastic, metallised film and foil. The compact corona treatment units design enables the equipment to be easily installed to new or existing extrusion, printing, coating and laminating lines.

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Phone:    +44 (0) 1543 411460
Fax:        +44 (0) 1543 415140
Post:        Dyne Technology Ltd, Newton House, 5 Parkside Court, Greenhough Road, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 7FE, United Kingdom.
E-mail     info@dynetechnology.co.uk


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