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Plasma polymer coating in a triode glow discharge

Authors
Journal
Surface and Coatings Technology
0257-8972
Publisher
Elsevier
Publication Date
Volume
202
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1016/j.surfcoat.2008.06.119
Keywords
  • Plasma Polymer Coating
  • Triode Glow Discharge
  • Gleitbüschel Starting Voltage
  • Pphmds Film

Abstract

Abstract Substrate potential, plasma-po1ymerized hexamethy1disiloxane (PPHMDS) film adhesion strength, partial discharge characteristics, and lifespans of composite films exposed to partial discharges in a sphere-plane electrode system were investigated. Composite films were prepared in a triode glow discharge system by coating the surfaces of polytetraf1uoroethy1ene (PTFE) films with PPHMDS films. The Gleitbüsche1 starting voltage, Vg, and the lifespan of composite films in partial discharge test electrode systems were higher than those of PTFE films. The increase of Vg and lifespans are attributed to the remarkable decrease in the surface resistivity of the films caused by the coating of PPHMDS.

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