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BTG Labs and Enercon Industries Corporation to offer Free Webinar On Using Plasma and Flame Treatment to Improve Medical Device Adhesion

Menomonee Falls, WI – As joining of medical plastics is becoming more complex and sophisticated in performance specifications and structural complexity, surface treatment is an integral part of medical assembly processes.

Join us for this 30-minute webinar where Enercon and BTG Labs will delve into the capabilities of atmospheric plasma treatment systems and how medical device engineers can use these technologies to add value to their products by improving surface adhesion.

On July 9th at 10:00am CDT, BTG and Enercon are teaming up to help educate the medical industry with a webinar titled: Medical Device Engineer's Guide to Improving Adhesion with Atmospheric Plasma.

This webinar will provide insights from BTG Labs' Senior Applications Specialist, Lucas Dillingham, and Enercon's Surface Treating Application Expert, Wilson Lee. This expert tandem will provide insights on surface analyzation and plasma treating including how the medical industry can benefit from using plasma & flame surface treating to improve adhesive bonding.

Click here for more information and instructions on how to register for the webinar.

About BTG Labs and Enercon Industries Corporation

BTG Labs is a materials science based company that delivers effective adhesion quality control for manufacturers who are concerned with adhesive bonding, painting, coating, printing, and cleaning.  Enercon Industries Corporation is headquartered in Menomonee Falls, WI and is a world leader in surface treating applications technology.
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