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New efficient and ecological surface cleaning technique for ferrous and nonferrous wires

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By Rory A. Wolf, Enercon Industries Corporation, USA
2013
 
Recent methods of degreasing and oxide removal to improve wire coating adhesion have employed high-temperature atmospheric pressure plasma treatments. Although environmentally sound, these methods occupy a significant amount of production space and consume considerable amounts of operational energy. This paper describes a newly-developed atmospheric plasma technology which removes drawing lubricants and oxide contaminations at significantly lower energy consumption rates. The atmospheric pressure plasma technique and trial data which defines the operational protocols are detailed.
  
 
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