Adhesion and plastic surface treatment

The Adhesion problem is common in materials that possess low surface energies. Examples can include High-Density Polyethylene, Polypropylene, EPDM, and Polyethylene etc. With the surface energy ranging anywhere from twenty nine to thirty six Dyne/cm or mN/m (milinewton per meter). Surface treatment of plastic products

Bottles plastic
Bottles plastic

Obtaining a level of adhesion on any materials with low surface energy i.e. Polypropylene or Polyethylene etc. can sometimes become extremely difficult because of their slickness. Thus, this adhesion problem leads to the printed ink rubbing off, coatings or paint not sticking on the surface along with failed gluing and weak sealing.

Sometimes it is important to treat various different plastic surfaces. Therefore you should always look for the best solution.

In our opinion, there is a need to look for something that:

  • Is green (Greentech/green technology)
  • Presents ROI (Return on Investment)
  • Can be customized