Enercon Industries' Sarah Bauer offers a wealth of field application expertise as she assists her customers with surface treating applications in the plastics, medical, automotive, aerospace, packaging and assembly industries. Her in depth knowledge of atmospheric plasma and flame surface treating technologies enables her to provide keen insight into application variables across a wide range of industrial operations. Sarah earned a BA in Business Administration from St. Norbert College.
As Director of Sales, Ryan Schuelke leads the company's efforts in developing new and innovative surface treating solutions for clients all over the world. Ryan's ability to align his customer’s business objectives with technology solutions makes him a valuable industry resource. A native of Milwaukee, Ryan earned his Bachelor of Science in Computer Sciences from the University of Wisconin - Milwaukee.
Get insight into the best practices for improving the adhesion of inks, adhesives and coatings to plastics and conductive surfaces with plasma and flame surface treating. Find out how these in-line technologies are helping companies in the automotive, medical, packaging, wire, cable, aerospace, decorating, assembly and other industries improve adhesion, quality control and output.
Our application experts will provide a practical guide to surface treating and answer commonly asked surface treating questions including:
1. Why do inks, coatings and adhesives not always bond to surfaces?
2. How does plasma & flame technology improve adhesion?
3. Who uses these technologies?
4. What are best practices for field integration & operation?
5. How can I tell if it is working and how long does treatment last?
Join Enercon's Ryan Schuelke and Sarah Bauer for this informative webinar. All registrants will also be entered to win a hard cover book "Plastic Surface Modification: Surface Treatment and Adhesion."
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