Atmospheric Plasma Torch for the Localized Surface Activation of Polymers, Ceramics, and Metals

The Cirrus atmospheric plasma torch is used to increase the adhesion properties of various materials.

It is a compact standalone instrument that emits a continuous plume of active plasma gas (8–10 mm wide) on the surface. It may be easily integrated into assembly/production lines with or without robot handling. The Cirrus is powered by compressed air and requires no additional gases or services. A back panel sub-D connector allows the plasma to be started and stopped using an external signal supplied by the line.

In-line Plasma Activation of:

  • Metal
  • Polymers
  • Glass
  • Ceramics
  • Hybrid materials



Image Credit: Henniker Plasma

The Cirrus is a single-nozzle atmospheric plasma treatment system ideal for surface activation, cleaning, and modification of various materials, such as polymers, metals, glass, and ceramics.

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