PLASMAtech supplies surface treatment services and equipment based on low pressure microwave plasma and parylene coating technology. We specialize in the most challenging PECVD coating and surface treatment applications and if one of our proprietary processes doesn't meet your needs, we'll work with you to tailor a solution to specifically address your requirements.
Packaging Quality, Service, and Creativity Since 1949. We have a longstanding reputation for developing creative, industry-compliant, rigid plastic solutions for the Medical, Pharmaceutical, Consumer Healthcare, Personal & Home Care, Food & Beverage, and other niche markets. Focused on quality,... Read More
Formacoat specializes in the application of an increasingly wider array of different medical device coatings for our customers’ diverse products. We coat catheters, guidewires, delivery devices of many sorts, balloons, tubes, films, foams, and a variety of other medical devices, as well as other... Read More
Plasmatech’s MicroTIE plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition (PECVD) coating provides a “green” alternative for bonding or over molding metal components.
Surface preparation of metal components prior to bonding incompatible materials may require caustic chemical etchants or other costly... Read more
The AL200-D Gas Plasma System is designed for treatment of powder, pellet and crystalline materials. A specially designed 5 liter rotating chamber ensures treatment consistency, even when processing very fine powders and compounds. Production systems with larger chambers are also available to... Read more
The AL200 GAS PLASMA SYSTEM is clean room compatible and available in table-top or free-standing cabinetry versions. Plasma generation is via 2.45 GHz frequency resulting in low process temperatures so even very heat-sensitive materials can be treated. Other standard features include... Read more
Gas plasma is a versatile, green technology used for surface engineering of materials. When non-polymerizing gases such as oxygen or argon are utilized, surfaces may be cleaned at an atomic level. Polymers can also be modified by rearrangement of the upper most molecular layer and... Read more
In some cleaning applications, removal of contaminants such as dust, oil, or other gross contaminants is sufficient. Other applications demand that surfaces be clean at an atomic level. This is particularly important when bonding or coating is required since an absolutely clean surfaces... Read more
Material selection of polymer components and disposables is determined by various factors such as physical/optical properties, cost, biocompatibility, etc. However, due to the hydrophobic (non-wetting) characteristics of many polymers, challenges can occur when bonding, coating or printing are... Read more