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2133. no author cited, “Treater roll maintenance considerations,” http://www.empiretreaterrolls.com, 2007.

2477. Gilbertson, T.J., “Extrusion bonding success improved with surface treating,” http://www.enerconind.com/treating/corona/tech-papers-articles/extrusion, Sep 2013.

2663. Gilbertson, T.J., “Using watt density to predict dyne levels,” http://www.enerconind.com/treating/library/technical-articles/using-watt...,

2455. no author cited, “Using dyne pens and solutions to measure surface energy,” http://www.enerconind.com/treating/support/application-support/dyne-pens-and, 2012.

2457. no author cited, “Measuring surface energy on non-woven substrates,” http://www.enerconind.com/treating/support/application-support/measuring-surface, 2012.

2454. no author cited, “Wetting tension test solutions and methods,” http://www.enerconind.com/treating/support/application-support/wetting-tension, 2012.

2664. no author cited, “Watt density calculator,” http://www.enerconind.com/treating/support/calculators/watt-density.aspx,

2658. no author cited, “Part 1: Corona treating for coating applications,” http://www.faustel.com/corona-treating-coating-applications,

2660. no author cited, “Part 3: Corona treating power supplies,” http://www.faustel.com/corona-treating-power-supply,

2661. no author cited, “Part 4: Corona treating watt density,” http://www.faustel.com/corona-treating-watt-density/,

2659. no author cited, “Part 2: Driving and nipping the corona treater roll,” http://www.faustel.com/driving-nipping-corona-treater-roll/,

2662. no author cited, “Part 5: Position of corona treating system,” http://www.faustel.com/position-of-corona-treating-station/,

2657. no author cited, “Corona treating,” http://www.faustel.com/series/corona-treating/,

2106. Kos, S., “Outlook on surface treatment's future,” http://www.flexpackmag.com/CDA/Articles, Apr 2009.

1388. Wolf, R.A., “Atmospheric plasma - The new functional treatment for extrusion coating and lamination processes,” http://www.idspackaging.com/Common/Paper/Paper_173, 0.

1328. Wolf, R.A., “Corona treatment: a process overview,” http://www.idspackaging.com/Common/Paper/Paper_177, 0.

1389. Eisby, J., “Corona treatment: Why is it necessary?,” http://www.idspackaging.com/Common/Paper/Paper_262, 0.

2163. Muller, M., and C. Oehr, “Surface tensions of polymers,” http://www.igb.fraunhofer.de/www/gf/grenzflmem/gf-physik/en/GFphys-PolymOberfl, Nov 2008.

1664. no author cited, “Surface treatment,” http://www.jobshop.com/techinfo/papers/surfacetreatment.shtml, 2005.

2485. Rulison, C., “Adhesion energy and interfacial tension - two related coating/substrate interfacial properties: Which is more important for your application, and why?,” http://www.kruss.de.en/newsletter/newsletter-archives.2003.issue-01, Jan 2003.

2668. no author cited, “Vetaphone launches corona treatment testing machine,” http://www.labelandnarrowweb.com/contents/view_breaking-news/2016-11-09/..., Nov 2016.

2484. Coombes, N., “Vetaphone, along with Coating Plasma Industrie (CPI) have created EASI-plasma, a new product for the coating, laminating and printing industries,” http://www.labelandnarrowweb.com/contents/view_online_exclusive, 2010.

1551. Kiddell, P., “Understanding and using pad printing inks,” http://www.padprint1.com/Articles_UnderstandingInks.cfm, 0.

2673. Miller, M., “Surface energy matchmaking,” http://www.pffc-online.com/coat-lam/9717-surface-energy-matchmaking-0801, Aug 2011.

2674. Argent, D., “Dyne levels part 1,” http://www.pffc-online.com/process-management/6240-dyne-levels-part-1-0608, Jun 2008.

2675. Argent, D., “Dyne levels part 2,” http://www.pffc-online.com/surface-prep/corona-flame-plasma/6338-dyne-..., Jul 2008.

2206. no author cited:, “Surface treatment trouble shooting: What is the formula to calculate watt density?,” http://www.pillartech.eu/Treaters/trtr8.htm,

2205. no author cited, “Trouble shooting: How often should you clean your electrodes?,” http://www.pillartech.eu/Treaters/trtr9.htm,

2201. Washebeck, D., “Useful information: Plasma and surface treatment,” http://www.pillartech.eu/Treaters/tru1.htm,

2204. no author cited, “Useful information: Corona treatment theory,” http://www.pillartech.eu/Treaters/tru3.htm,

2203. no author cited, “Useful information: The surface tension phenomenon,” http://www.pillartech.eu/Treaters/tru4.htm,

2202. no author cited, “Useful surface treatment information: Should you be 'bump' treating?,” http://www.pillartech.eu/Treaters/tru5.htm,

2200. no author cited, “Useful information: Corona treater dielectrics,” http://www.pillartech.eu/Treaters/tru7.htm,

2199. no author cited, “Useful corona treatment information: Advancements in corona treatment for the narrow web market,” http://www.pillartech.eu/Treaters/tru9.htm,

2471. Sabreen, S.R., “Plastics surface energy wetting test methods,” http://www.plasticsdecorating.com/?p=414#more-414, Jul 2013.

2435. Sabreen, S.R., “Plastics surface energy wetting test methods,” http://www.plasticsdecorating.com/ENEWS/ENews.asp?/item=surfaceenergywetting, Mar 2012.

2461. Sabreen, S.R., “Q & A: Process solutions for adhesion bonding of nylon,” http://www.plasticsdecorating.com/ENEWS/ENews.asp?item=101812qa-sabreen, Oct 2012.

2594. Sabreen, S.R., “Innovating inkjet technologies for plastic products,” http://www.plasticsdecorating.com/e-news/stories/121213/sabreen.shtml, Dec 2013.

2593. Brodine, D., “Surface treatment is a challenge for decorators,” http://www.plasticsdecorating.com/stories/081613/surface-treatment..., Aug 2013.

2677. no author cited, “Wetting tension and contact angle,” http://www.polyprint.com/flexographic-wetting.htm,

 

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