Topic: Polyurethane high-density foam bonding. Plasma pretreatment of lightweight furniture components. Primerless bonding.

Protecting Rainforests: Openair® Plasma enables use of high-quality plastic alternatives in mobile home interiors

Lightweight construction is a specially challenging criterion in the manufacture of mobile homes as well, making lightweight and moisture-resistant materials a necessity for their interiors.
Wohnwagen InnenausbauLaminated interior of a mobile home
High-quality interiors for mobile homes are still largely composed of endangered rainforest woods, such as obechi. These trees cannot be cultivated and their harvesting represents predatory destruction of natural habitat.
Surface pretreatment with Openair® plasma makes it possible to manufacture components from alternative materials like polyurethane high-density foam. To meet the decorative requirements for furniture components, high-density foam elements are laminated with high-quality furniture films. Openair® Plasma ensures secure and durable bonding without using bonding agents, like primers. The high-density polyurethane parts are not only very good looking; they exceed rainforest woods in lightness and durability.

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Plasmatreat UK Ltd.
D5 Culham Science Centre,
Abingdon, Oxfordshire
OX14 3DB
Great Britain

Phone: +44 1865 408324

Contact: Mr. Graham Porcas
grahamporcas@btconnect.com

 
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Glasstec 2016
International Trade Fair for Glass Processing, Production and Products

20. – 23. September 2016
Hall 11, Booth G46
Düsseldorf, Germany

Micronora 2016
International microtechnology and precision trade fair

27. – 30. September 2016
Micropolis / Parc des Expositions
Besancon Cedex, France

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