Improve Your Process – Summer Upgrade Promotion

Plasma takes it to the next level!

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Surface Activation and Cleaning – Improve your Process

Plasma surface treatments can literally take your processes to the next level by delivering immediate improvements in both manufacturing and research applications.

Plasma technology is used to produce ultra-clean surfaces on the nano-scale, without any harsh waste chemicals. It’s also used to greatly improve the adhesion characteristics of a wide range of materials, including metals, glass, ceramics and a host of engineering polymers.

Henniker’s HPT range of plasma treatment systems for cleaning and surface activation are uniquely manufactured in the UK and backed by our real-world problem solving experience and exceptional levels of local support to deliver tangible and immediate benefits.

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 Summer Upgrade PromotioN details

Order any single or dual gas inlet HPT-100 benchtop plasma treater and we will  automatically upgrade you to the larger capacity HPT-200 model  completely FREE!

Order any single or dual gas inlet HPT-300 benchtop plasma treater and we will automatically upgrade you to the larger capacity HPT-500 model completely FREE!

(Offer valid until 31st August 2016)

Simply click the contact us button below to be taken directly to the contact page to request your upgrade quotation valid until 31st August 2016.

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We work harder than most to help you achieve the next level!

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“Our customers and operations demand reliability at every level and were a key factor in our decision to choose a UK based manufacturer of plasma treatment equipment.”

Tom Doak, Trak Microwave
 Improve your process – Benefits of plasma treatment
  • High value-added property to products
  • Improves surface preparation
  • Improve adhesion
  • Hyper-clean surfaces
  • Environmentally friendly technique
  • Making parts easier to bond, glue, print and paint
  • Treats 3D objects
  • Treat glass, metals, ceramics and engineering polymers


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