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In the realm of surface treatment for three-dimensional parts, two methods stand out: Plasma Treating and LectroTreat. While both approaches share similarities, LectroTreat shines as the superior choice, offering uniform coverage and overcoming safety, energy, and productivity challenges associated with vacuum chamber plasma treaters.


LectroTreat sets the standard for total uniform 360-degree treatment of three-dimensional parts. Its innovative design ensures thorough treatment without compromising the integrity of the part’s surface. Let’s evaluate how LectroTreat compares to plasma treaters across key factors:

Plasma Treaters:

Plasma treaters offer total uniform treatment inside and out, doubling as a surface cleaning tool. However, the high heat generated from inert gas can pose a risk of overheating parts, potentially causing damage.

Safety and Energy Efficiency:

Unlike plasma treaters, LectroTreat operates with minimal safety hazards, with less than 0.001 amps in the electrical discharge. Additionally, LectroTreat operates at a low frequency of 50-60 Hz, ensuring efficient and interference-free operation.

Productivity and Maintenance:

LectroTreat boasts efficient, maintenance-free operation, requiring only periodic cleaning with a brush. In contrast, plasma treaters demand high maintenance to seals, pumps, and gas fittings, leading to increased downtime and operational costs.


In the battle of surface treatment methods, LectroTreat emerges as the clear winner. Its ability to provide uniform coverage while mitigating safety risks, reducing energy consumption, and enhancing productivity sets it apart from plasma treaters. With LectroTreat, manufacturers can achieve optimal results without compromising on quality, efficiency, or reliability.

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