Ensure better adhesion with IEEC corona treaters

IEEC at K 2019

IEEC at K 2019 in Dusseldorf
IEEC at K 2019 in Dusseldorf

With a presence in the field of surface treatment for years, IEEC looks to exhibit its state-of-the-art corona treatment systems at the K 2019 show in Dusseldorf. Visitors to the stand will have a chance to witness the advanced technology in corona treatment in hall 10, D46.

The newly designed push-pull ceramic electrode cartridge system is for mid-web size applications and will be the highlight feature at the K 2019 show. The design of the new T-slot dual-chamber ceramic electrodes not only makes the system robust by eliminating the multiple electrode holders and mountings but also makes it unsusceptible to failure due to moisture and humidity. The compact design of IEEC’s treating station that will also be on display can handle power as high as 10 KW and can accommodate itself in the most critical spaces on the host machine.


The corona treating station to be displayed is specially designed for double-sided application to treat non-conductive substrates. This is the most preferred choice of most of the blown film extruders as it offers stainless steel electrode shrouds, entry and exit idler rollers for ease of web treading and many more features. The multipoint electrode design offers better power handling capacity to treat substrates at higher output. The easy flip back feature makes the operators’ job easy while setting the preferential treatment width.

The high standard POS to be displayed in the corona generator is the HMI (Human Machine Interface) for a real-time production log for analysis of output production. Troubleshooting guide will also be displayed that allows the operator to rectify problems online. All the control parameters displayed on the HMI make the job easy for the operator. In addition to these, IEEC is also exhibiting its moving band pinning system for the BOPET and BOPA lines.

Packaging South Asia’s editor, Naresh Khanna will be covering K 2019 and can be reached through the TeamIndia@K WhatsApp group. Interested persons can join the WhatsApp group by sending their name, phone number, and company name to edit10@ippgroup.in.

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