The RD2004 plasma nozzle boasts a compact design suited for diverse applications of Openair® plasma technology. Its slim body allows good accessibility and effective treatment even in difficult installation situations (e.g. in the open tool of injection molding machines). In addition, this construction accommodates an array of several plasma nozzles so that even large surfaces can be pretreated consistently.

RD2004 Plasma nozzle

With its low weight of 1.8 kg, the plasma rotary nozzle RD2004 is ideal for mounting on handlingand robot systems. It pretreats surfaces with very high contour accuracy. The plasma is generated by a high-voltage discharge inside of the plasma nozzle and is then applied to the surface of the work piece using compressed air. Here, the heating of the component is generally less than <20 degrees Celsius. With optimal adjustment of the plasma nozzle, there is no visually detectable change in the surface. A high surface tension above 72 mN/m can be achieved reliably.

RD2004 for larger treatment widths

Advantages of the plasma nozzle RD2004

  • Low weight: ideal for use in robot and transport systems
  • Compact design: pretreatment of difficult, inaccessible component geometries
  • Cost-effective design: ideal for use in laboratory facilities
  • High flexibility: special RD2004H design allows manual plasma treatment without transport system

Press publications

Cover story:
Hybrid technology – Adhesion as a benchmark

IST (International Surface Technology 1[3]/2017)
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Hybrid technology: New plasma sealing technology ensures hybrid bonds in the injection molding process

WERKSTOFFE IN DER FERTIGUNG (Nr. 1/2017)
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Yesterday, today, tomorrow – CEO Christian Buske in an interview with the journal DICHT!

DICHT! (Nr. 4[11]/2016)
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