Enercon to Display Corona, Plasma, and Flame Surface Treating Technologies at K 2019
Visitors to the company’s stand will reportedly have the opportunity to explore five electrode assemblies featuring variations of high-powered ceramic and stainless steel electrodes.
Enercon Industries recently announced that it will showcase hands-on displays that cover its range of corona, plasma, and flame surface treating technologies at K 2019, being held October 16-23 in Düsseldorf, Germany. Visitors to the company’s stand will reportedly have the opportunity to explore five electrode assemblies featuring variations of high-powered ceramic and stainless steel electrodes. By mixing and matching various ground rolls in the display, visitors will gain an in-depth understanding of which technology is best for their application. Visitors will also gain insights on Enercon’s proprietary high-definition corona technology for demanding applications.
According to Enercon, the display includes two power supply touchscreen interfaces, the new Compak™ Pro and the Compak™ Proflex, which will offer simulations of various operating conditions. These interfaces reportedly offer advanced features such as onboard troubleshooting, maintenance reminders, artificial intelligence that captures data for in-depth performance analysis, and a USB port for downloading data and uploading software updates.
Enercon is also displaying its range of plasma and flame surface treating technologies for treating objects. These technologies clean, etch, and functionalize surfaces to improve adhesion of inks, adhesives, coatings, and paint. Included in the display is Enercon’s new Blown-ion™ plasma treater with MultiPort™ technology.
For more information, visit www.enerconind.com.