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P6000 Power Supply Series

Power Supply Panel

The P6000 Power Supply Series provides reliable, accurate, and versatile power, and is designed with operators in mind.

The P6000 series power supplies utilize IGBT (Integrated Gate Bi-polar Transistor) technology to provide instant, consistent, efficient power. The P6000 series also features automatic electrode matching, meaning it can automatically adjust itself to match any electrode style or dielectric material. 

Proportional speed control allows power matching to line speed to deliver consistent watt density across changing line speeds. And, watt density control automatically matches power to line speed while still accounting for web width. Additionally, there are input transformers available for when input voltage does not match power supply requirements.

Thanks to an industry-best 20:1 turn down ratio, the P6000 series allows you to use your corona treatment system across many different structures. This reduces changeover, and maximizes the potential of your converting line. The P6000 series can be used with any existing corona station, regardless of brand. 

The intuitive operator control panel displays output power, voltage, current, and frequency, and makes adjusting settings quick and easy. The computer interface feature allows system settings to be interpreted on the control computer. And, the controls can be mounted remotely from the power supply and treater station for more convenient access. 

The Pillar Technologies brand is synonymous with high reliability, dedication to technology development, lean manufacturing principles, and second-to-none customer support. If you’re interested in a P6000 power supply for your corona treatment system, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Benefits of the P6000 Power Supply Series

  • Quick and easy installation with numbered terminal strips to allow for interlock connections
  • 0.5kW - 30KW Model Range
  • Intuitive operator control panel
  • 4-to-1 load matching
  • 20-to-1 turn-down ratio
  • Extremely high Mean Time Between Failures (MBTF)
  • Variety of safety systems

Features of the P6000 Power Supply Series

  • Emergency stop switch
  • Safety door lock with tag out feature
  • Electronic current trip to protect against ground roll failures
  • Safety interlocks for zero speed
  • Watt density control
  • Proportional speed control
  • Automatic electrode matching
  • Remote mountable control station
  • High humidity compensation circuit to protect electronics in high humidity environments
  • Freestanding oil-cooled output transformer

P6000 Power Supply Series Applications

The P6000 power supply series finds use in a wide variety of applications, such as flexible packaging, printing, tapes, labels, textiles, and non-wovens. 

The P6000 power supply series can be paired with any corona treater used in film extrusions, with the most common being blown film stations. The P6000 is also a great fit for cast film and other extrusion processes.

The P6000 series power supplies also work well in many adhesive coating applications. And, the P6000 series provides the energy needed to properly modify plastic films before laminating and printing. 


Frequently Asked Questions

What is Load Matching?

Load matching is the power supply’s ability to provide full output power to various load conditions. These changes are typically caused when the system adjusts electrodes to match different read widths, as well as when adjusting electrode sizes or from one roll covering type to another. This also allows the P6000 to match the power output relative to line speed.\

What is Turn-Down Ratio?

“Turn-down ratio” refers to a power supply’s ability to fine-tune power output for different applications. This allows the power supply to create an even corona across the air gap even at low power outputs.

What is MTBF?

MTBF stands for Mean Time Between Failures, and refers to the average time between system breakdowns which require repair. For example, with 1,000 operational hours and 8 breakdowns over the course of a year, you’d have an MTBF of 125 hours.