surface treating

surface treating

[′sər·fəs ‚trēd·iŋ]
(engineering)
Any method of treating a material (metal, polymer, or wood) so as to alter the surface, rendering it receptive to inks, paints, lacquers, adhesives, and various other treatments, or resistant to weather or chemical attack.
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surface treating amount a minimum of 400 000 square meters - Maximum 600 000 square meters,
Plasma4 offers converters a new surface treating system which provides high and long lasting treatment extremely low gas consumption, and the ability to switch from a plasma to corona mode.
The surface treating system adds value to engineered films, wovens and nonwovens by cleaning, etching and functionalizing surfaces.
Includes equipment, materials, and services for hot stamping, heat-transfer decorating, printing, roll engraving, mold texturing, painting and coating, surface treating, and static elimination.
The coating process for DP chain involves "Double Plating" firstly by galvanising the metal and then surface treating it with a special coating to protect against corrosive environments.
is displaying air plasma, flame plasma, and chemical plasma surface treating systems that are said to improve the adhesive properties of surfaces.
Anopol, the UK specialist in surface treating stainless steel fabrications, has launched a portable electrochemical weld cleaning machine suitable for small and medium size applications - Weldkleen.
The 2013 Pavement Quality Index for the road is now 79 due to a thin maintenance overlay and surface treating that was done in 2011.
Enercon Industries unveils a new surface treating process in April called Plasma Synergy using the company's new Plasma4 atmospheric plasma surface treater.
IMPROVE INK AND COATING ADHESION WITH ENERCON SURFACE TREATING TECHNOLOGIES.

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