Advanced Plasma Treatment Systems

Henniker's range of advanced plasma surface treatment systems showcase large format vacuum chambers that are equipped with several features, all of which are governed by a dependable recipe-driven PLC control.

These systems are highly configurable and possess the capability to deliver trustworthy and repeatable industrial processing. Additionally, they are adaptable enough to facilitate research and development into pioneering plasma processes.

The NEBULA range has been developed around the core technologies in the plasma process and plasma surface treatment and development.

With chamber volumes varying from 50 L to 150 L, every instrument is configured with several parts tray or electrodes for vertical or horizontal mounting arrangements. One may opt for a high-capacity rotary drum mechanism to process a large quantity of small parts, for example.

NEBULA plasma systems are utilized for cleaning, enhancing adhesion, and improving surface wetting through plasma surface activation. Treatments could be executed equally on metals, composites, polymers, ceramics, and glass.

A special feature of every NEBULA system is the addition of an optional monomer dosing inlet. This is a completely automated device for the introduction of an extensive range of liquid monomers to produce permanently functionalized surfaces through plasma polymerization, greatly expanding the range of plasma surface treatment chances in a single machine.


  • Standalone unit
  • Easy-to-use recipe-driven interface
  • Quick treatment time
  • Liquid dosing inlet option
  • Accurate and repeatable
  • Unlimited recipes and steps for every recipe
  • No risky emissions


  • PLC control
  • Around 50 L to 150 L chamber volumes
  • Horizontal, rotary, and vertical
  • Plasma polymerization inlet
  • Drum parts tray options
  • Completely automated and recipe-driven processes



NEBULA plasma surface treatment systems equip large format vacuum chambers in addition to several cutting-edge features, all with the dependability of recipe-driven PLC control.

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