A flaming system is used for high-performance polymers.
The treatment increses the surface properties of many materials such as:
polyethylene PE, polyethylene terephthalate PET, polypropylene PP,
paper and cardboard.
Our machinery based on specific requests are designed, built and installed on customer site-plant.
A flame treatment system
is composed by:
a mixture generator,
with integrated board and operator panel, for automation and control of equipment
the treatment station unit.
Treatment Systems for film and 3D objects
The systems, designed to work with all common industrial combustible gases, are equipped with automatic ignition and continuous detection of flame.
They include safety devices to detect any fault, as from European rules.
A treatment system permits a wide integration, via network data, with the printing machinery, where it will be installed in, by giving possibilities to be managed from the main console, on line winder. The composition of the fuel mixture is the most important parameter of the flame treatment system. This is because the quality and the quantity of thermal energy, will be transfered to the material surface, by the flame.
EsseCI treater, includes patented analyzer unit, to monitoring and manage (randomly or countinuosly), the oxigen concentration inside the combustible mixture composition.
In all flame treatment systems designed for films, esseCI adopts an accurate control named JONOFLAME (basically a calorimetric indirect method), for a continous monitornig of the flame temperature on line , so during the web production.
esseCI flame treaters recently, introduced a new portable equipment (based on a chemical direct method), by analyzing the oxygen concentration inside the combustible mixture.
It’s the optimal tool for the best results in the treat process.
HOW IT WORKS: Zirconium Oxide Analyzer working principles
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