Definitions for "Corona treatment"
A process that alters static charge of sheet material, especially corrugated plastic, for greater adhesion of media used for decoration.
A process that alters the surface of a material or its surface energy by exposing that material to a high voltage electrical discharge treatment. Typically used to raise the surface energy of films such as polyethylene or polypropylene to obtain better adhesion of inks, adhesives and other coatings. High-energy surfaces permit better wet-out (contact) of the coating than low energy surfaces.
Altering the surface characteristics by exposing the surface to a high voltage discharge (corona) resulting in an increase in surface energy (dyne level).