NebulaAdvanced plasma surface treatment systems
The NEBULA plasma surface treatment systems feature large-format vacuum chambers along with many advanced features, all with the reliability of recipe-driven PLC control. With chamber volumes ranging from 50L to 150L, each instrument may be configured with multiple parts tray/electrodes for either horizontal or vertical mounting arrangements.
These plasma systems are used for cleaning, adhesion improvement and enhanced wetting of surfaces via plasma surface activation. They are configurable tools that are both robust enough for reliable, repeatable industrial processing and at the same time flexible enough for the research into, and development of, leading-edge plasma processes. Treatments can be performed equally on metals, polymers, composites, glass and ceramics.
A unique feature of each NEBULA system is the addition of an optional monomer dosing inlet. This is a fully automated device for the introduction of a wide range of liquid monomers to produce permanently functionalised surfaces via plasma polymerisation, greatly extending the range of plasma surface treatment possibilities in a single machine.
Chamber capacity & options
The Nebula is available in 30L-150L capacity, the chamber can be customised to suit a wide variety of applications. Standard configurations include;
- Horizontal/Verticle shelving loading electrodes
- Rotary drum electrode
The Nebula System operation is controlled via the Portals software application, a unique and custom piece of software accessible via PC Touch-screen HDMI interface with PLC controller. Feature full recipe control (unlimited recipes) with operator, technician and administrator level logins capabilities.
- Compact stand alone unit
- User friendly recipe driven interface
- Unlimited recipes and steps per recipe
- Fast treatment time
- Precise & repeatable
- No hazardous emissions
- Liquid dosing inlet option
- 50L – 150L chamber volumes
- Horizontal, vertical and rotary drum parts tray options
- Plasma polymerisation inlet
- PLC control
- Fully automated, recipe-driven processes