Enhancing bonding properties of pressure-sensitive adhesives on white goods
From 3 – 5 September 2019 the Adhesion’19 – International Triennial Conference on the Science and Technology of Adhesion and Adhesives will take
We are very happy that our colleague Corinna Little will be part of the conference with her presentation on the topic: “Enhancing bonding properties of pressure-sensitive adhesives on white goods by means of atmospheric-pressure plasma treatment” .
Wednesday, 4 September 2019
5.25 – 5.50 p.m.
Atmospheric-pressure plasma can enhance adhesion on various materials, for example by activating polymer surfaces or fine cleaning of metals, ceramics, glass, etc. The following feasibility study shows, that atmospheric-pressure plasma is also capable of improving the bonding quality of pressure-sensitive tapes on differently coated steel sheets, as they are used in major appliances.
Major appliances have taken on an important role in our lives and in our homes. Not only are they expected to be reliable and efficient, but also to be stylish and to canvass for its respective brand. Logos and embellishments are therefore applied to these products by many manufacturers, oftentimes by means of pressure-sensitive adhesives. However,
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