부품 기능성과 효율적인 제조 공정에 대한 요구는 플라스틱 가공에 중점을 둔 다중 사출 성형을 계속 유지시키고 있습니다. 모든 재료를 원하는 조합으로 안정적으로 가공 할 수 있는 것은 아닙니다. 사출 성형 공정에 완전히 통합 된 새로운 InMould Plasma 공정은 보다 효율적인 생산을 가능하게 하며 완전히 새로운 재료의 조합을 가능하게 합니다. Kunststoffe (01/2020)가 자세히 보고합니다.
“Inactivation of bacterial endospores on surfaces by plasma processed air”
Results of a research project together with researchers from Fraunhofer IVV (Freising) was recently published in the Journal of Applied Microbiology.
The scientific publication demonstrates that a portable plasma system, developed by Plasmatreat, generates plasma processed air, which is able to efficiently disinfect surfaces. The Plasmatreat portable plasma system could be a promising alternative to manual decontamination with harmful disinfectants in case of biological hazards and pandemics, for personal protective equipment of rescue forces. In Addition, the current drawbacks regarding supply, handling and disposal of chemicals, could be overcome.
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. MEDICINE & TECHNOLOGY (No.1 .2019) reports.
코팅 전에 알루미늄 스트립을 사전 클리닝 하는 동안 일반적으로 대량의 화학 물질과 오염된 폐수가 발생합니다. 지난 12년 동안 Openair-Plasma® (대기압 플라스마)는 선도적인 태양광 차양 제조업체가 알루미늄 스트립의 미세 클리닝을 위해 습식 화학 물질을 사용하지 않도록 하여 환경보호의 모범을 보여 주었습니다. 전문가 저널 WOMAG (10/2019)가 자세히 보고합니다.
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.
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.3.2019) 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.
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.