• Plasma for chrome-free sun shading

    Large quantities of chemicals and contaminated wastewater are normally incurred during the precleaning of aluminum strips before coating. For the past 12 years, Openair-Plasma® has enabled a leading solar shading manufacturer to avoid using any wet chemicals for fine cleaning their aluminum strips and so set an example of environment responsibility. The specialist journal WOMAG (10/2019) reports in detail.


    www.wotech-technical-media.de/womag

    Plasma for chrome-free sun shading

  • Sustainably tight and ice-cold across the oceans

    When three giant LNG tankers are still safely sailing the oceans after thirteen years, Openair-Plasma® and the cooperation of German-French engineers in the implementation of the safety-relevant bonding process for tank insulation have made a decisive contribution. The German specialist journal DICHT! ("TIGHT!" / 3 (9)/2019) reports on the largest application of this plasma technology ever.


    www.isgatec.com/index.php/de/Media/DICHT/DICHT!-Ausgabe-3.2019

    Sustainably tight and ice-cold across the oceans

  • Environmentally friendly pretreatment for aluminum

    The use of wet chemicals is still the standard method of pretreating aluminum surfaces, but there is a growing desire to avoid toxic substances and reduce energy consumption. The journal POLYSURFACES (No.3[9].2019) has published a series of case studies to show how the two plasma technologies Openair-Plasma® and PlasmaPlus® save energy and entirely dispense with environmentally harmful pretreatment processes.


    www.polymedia.ch/OP/index

    Environmentally friendly pretreatment for aluminum

  • Plasma for disaster relief

    A newly developed, mobile plasma technology should make it possible for the first time to perform the necessary disinfection of contaminated surfaces in hazardous areas anywhere in the world without using harmful and polluting chemicals. WERKSTOFFE IN DER FERTIGUNG ("Materials in production"), Issue No. 5 [9-10] /2019, contains a detailed report on the background to and results of the MoPlasDekon research project.


    werkstoffzeitschrift.de

    Plasma for disaster relief

  • A Question of Safety – Plasma in Avionics

    If airborne communications between the pilot and the control tower fail, the safety of passengers can no longer be guaranteed. For world-leading systems manufacturer Rohde & Schwarz, Openair-Plasma® ensures the long-time stable adhesion of the polymer protective coating to the plastic-encapsulated circuit board assemblies. The specialist plastics processing journal KUNSTSTOFF + VERARBEITUNG has published the case study in its 2019 edition.


    kuhn-fachmedien.de/magazin/kunststoff-verarbeitung

    A Question of Safety – Plasma in Avionics

  • Research for civil protection: Decontamination with DBD plasma

    For the 'MoPlasDekon' (mobile plasma decontamination) joint project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), Plasmatreat and its project partners have developed a plasma disinfector which can decontaminate surfaces contaminated as a result of biological hazards without using chemicals. MEDIZIN&TECHNIK (No.4[8].2019) reports.


    medizin-und-technik.industrie.de

    Research for civil protection: Decontamination with DBD plasma

  • Plasma in biological disasters

    Plasmatreat and its partners in the MoPlasDekon research project have developed a new decontamination system to protect against biological hazards in infected areas. With the mobile plasma disinfector, in future it should be possible to eliminate dangerous pathogens on objects at disaster scenes anywhere in the world using a dry and entirely chemical-free process. The specialist journal WOMAG (7-8/2019) reports.


    www.wotech-technical-media.de/womag

    Plasma in biological disasters

  • PlasmaPlus®:
    Setting new quality standards with plasma

    When one of the world's leading automotive suppliers decided ten years ago to coat a safety-relevant aluminum component with atmospheric pressure plasma to improve corrosion protection, it was a sensation. Today the company pretreats over one million parts a year with PlasmaPlus® prior to bonding. The specialist journal WOMAG (6/2019) reports.


    www.wotech-technical-media.de/womag

    PlasmaPlus®: Setting new quality standards with plasma

  • POLYMER COMPOSITES 2019 –
    Plasma optimizes adhesive processes in the automotive industry

    POLYMER COMPOSITES 2019, the international conference organized by the Czech "Association for Technical Support and Promotion of Polymer Composites", focuses this year on the latest technologies for plastic composites and trends in the manufacturing and processing of these materials. One catalogue entry describes how Openair-Plasma® has significantly improved adhesion processes for plastic surfaces for users in the automotive industry.


    polymer-composites.cz/en

    Plasma optimizes adhesive processes in the automotive industry

  • Coil Coating:
    Plasma replaces chemical fine cleaning

    For the past 12 years, Openair-Plasma® has enabled a leading solar shading manufacturer to avoid using any chemicals whatsoever for fine cleaning their aluminum strips before coating, and so set an example in environment responsibility. Leading German trade paper for the aluminum industry ALUMINIUM-PRAXIS contains a detailed report in its special magazine edition "Energie- und Ressourceneffizienz in der Aluminiumindustrie" (01[5].2019) (Energy and resource efficiency in the aluminum industry).


    www.alu-web.de

    Coil Coating: Plasma replaces chemical fine cleaning

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