Topic: How does PlasmaPlus® nanocoating work?

How does PlasmaPlus® nanocoating work?

Using a special nozzle head, specific additives are supplied to the plasma depending on the application. These are excited by the plasma, which significantly increases their reactivity. This allows the substances to optimally accumulate on the material surface and bond tightly. A coating develops with functional surface characteristics that can be adjusted individually to the process. With PlasmaPlus® technology, different materials like metals, glass, ceramic and plastics.

For this purpose, an Openair® plasma system is equipped with the PlasmaPlus system. This system allows the vaporisation of an additive that is liquid at room temperature, which can be introduced into the plasma using a carrier gas in a precisely reproducible manner. Hydrophilic, and for the first time also hydrophobic, nanocoatings are produced with specific coating thicknesses up to 1000 nm (nanometers).

 PlasmaPlus® coating nozzle cross section

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Federal Ministry of Education and Resarch, Germany
Joint Project PROTECT-SELECT

Selective corrosion protection for electronic components using PlasmaPlus® barrier coating

Thin, transparent insulating plasma polymer coatings that protect against aging can be deposited successfully with PlasmaPlus® to protect electronic components, especially printed circuit boards, in selected areas.

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CREPIM

Innovative fire protection

The French CREPIM Institute focuses on researching fire-retardant materials in all types of industries that are subject to fire protection regulations. Their laboratory uses PlasmaPlus® polymerization to improve behavior in fire of very different substrates.

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