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22 January 2016

Plasma Etch announces robust sales of low-cost commercial-grade plasma cleaning system

Plasma Etch Inc of Carson City, NV, USA has announced robust sales for 2015 on its entry-level plasma cleaner for small research facilities and universities. The firm says that increasing interest in plasma processing has driven a strong increase in sales of its signature PE-25 plasma cleaning system.

The PE-25 low-cost plasma cleaner is an entry-level option for plasma treatment. The firm describes it as a robust machine that is suitable for small production facilities, research labs and universities. The $5900 machine was designed for plasma cleaning and surface modification.

"The PE-25 is very popular with the research community, as well as universities, due to its low cost and easy to use interface," says president Greg DeLarge. "Many of our PE-25 customers come back to purchase larger machines after they get their process nailed down and decide exactly what they need for production runs."

This opening price-point system also includes features such as automatic plasma control and a built-in control panel with a plasma timer. Plasma Etch says that the PE-25 is easily upgradable to be controlled by any PC or laptop and can include a light tower for easy-to-read indication of the steps in the plasma processing sequence.

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