USHIO demonstriert Oberflächenaktivierung mit 172-nm-Excimer-Technologie. Schnellere VUV-Alternative zu korona- und plasmabasierten Lösungen
USHIO’s innovative VUV excimer lamps have eliminated the surface activation/modification issues plaguing top electronics manufacturers. Destructive molecular bombardment and static energy generated by plasma and corona discharge surface treatments can damage electronics and sensitive materials within close proximity, such as nanocomposite foils. For excimer, this is simply not an issue.
Back at LOPEC for the second year running, the popular contactless, zero-static USHIO ExciJet module demonstrates the power of vacuum-ultraviolet (VUV) light to ensure a gentle treatment which simultaneously activates, disinfects, homogeneously matts, and cures surfaces. Of particular interest, is excimer’s astonishing ability to bind plastic, glass, and silicone together with adhesive-free Photobonding™.