Vacuum Plasma Treater | VacuTEC 8080

Standard VacuTEC system with customized chamber sizes. There are so many possibilities. Tantec has both standard VacuTEC machines, but also custom-designed machines. The VacuTEC customized machines are specially developed and adapted 100% to customer wishes and requirements in relation to the production line.

Tantecs VacuTEC Series Plasma Treater is designed for treatment of a large number of different injection moulded parts. The

VacuTEC offers very fast treatment times and optimum adhesion properties for downstream coating, gluing, painting and printing applications. In the treating chamber a vacuum is built up to between 0,1 and 3 mbar before an electrical discharge is created through the integrated plasma electrode.

Treatment cycle times are often short, between 5 – 60 seconds depending on the material and its formulation. VacuTEC uses the advanced Tantec power generator HV-X series as power supply and specially designed plasma transformer to provide voltage to the plasma electrodes.


Plasma treatment of polypropylene medical implants by Tantec

Improved adhesion for one of the largest manufacturers of ski bindings

Large customized VacuTEC plasma treaters makes a big difference

Technial specifications


Technical Specifications VacuTEC 8080 | Vacuum Plasma Treater
Output voltage/plasma power 5kV / 1200W
Power source HV-X20 generator
Compressed air inlet 6 bar dry & clean
Treatment gas Standard air, (option oxygen, argon, nitrogen on request)
Vacuum pump capacity 300 m³/hour (recomended), others on requset.
Vacuum level 0,1 – 3 mbar
Evacuation time, typical From 40 sec, depending on pump.
Plasma treatment time, typical From 20 seconds, depending on material
Electrical Controls Tantec HMI touch panel.
Regulation compliance CE – RoHS – WEEE
Chamber volume 624 Liter
Treating volume 2 x 128 Liter
Tray size 800 x 800 x 200 mm
Shelves 500 x 500 mm
Pump placement Standard behind, (option on top of VacuTEC)
Dimensions (W x D x H) 1450 x 1280 x 2225 mm
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