This new technical paper from Enercon provides the industry with insights on how to properly conduct the most common dyne testing methods: dyne pens, the cotton swab method and the Mayer Rod test.
“Enercon understands the intimate relationships between corona treating, surface energy, dynes and adhesion,” says VP-Application Engineering Tom Gilbertson. “We created this technical paper to give converters and extruders a comprehensive look at the different test methods and how to make the best choices for interpreting results.”
To download the paper, click here.
Enercon Industries Corporation, headquartered in Menomonee Falls, WI, is a major manufacturer of equipment for the plastics, converting and packaging industries. The company supplies custom corona and atmospheric plasma treating systems, as well as induction cap-sealing systems.