OFT-013 Immobilization of TiOx Layers on Plastics
Titanium oxide (TiOx) coatings are photocatalytically active when exposed to UV radiation, i.e. radicals are formed which decompose organic…
Reference No. OFT-013
OFT-015 Functional Coatings on Wood and Wood-based Materials
Surface treatment technologies offer possibilities to provide functional coatings directly on the material surface.
Reference No. OFT-015
OFT-017 Electrically Conducting and Gas-sensitive SnOx- Thin Films Deposited by Atmospheric Pressure Plasma
The investigation on the deposition of SnOx coatings shows a favorable sensor activity of the layers.
Reference No. OFT-017
OFT-019 Plasma – smart treatment. The Multitool for Textile Innovations at Normal Pressure
Due to its low thermal influence, APCVD also allows the treatment of temperature-sensitive materials such as textiles.
Reference No. OFT-019
OFT-020 Optimized Treatment Parameters in the Gas Phase Fluorination of Silicones
Optimized treatment parameters in the gas phase fluorination of silicones is reflected, according to the motto: As much effect as possible with as…
Reference No. OFT-020
OFT-023 Development of Application-Oriented Coatings for Textile Materials Using Wet Chemistry
The application on textiles allows for the removal of disturbing textile additives, as well as a new finishing with suitable substances.
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OFT-025 Design of Glass Surfaces With Powder Coatings
The application of a targeted surface activation enables the creation of particularly adhesive powder coating layers on glass surfaces.
Reference No. OFT-025
OFT-028 Highly Corrosion-Inhibiting Steel Coating
A process combination of wet-chemical pretreatment and sol-gel corrosion protection coating with subsequent powder coating is a powerful tool against…
Reference No. OFT-028
OFT-030 Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas for Pretreatment and Functional Coating
AD plasmas offer a wide range of application possibilities, which can be used universally for almost all material classes.
Reference No. OFT-030
OFT-031 Ultra-thin, Fluoride-free Hydrophobic Layer
The hydrophobic layer is completely free of fluorine: only a few nanometers thin and abrasion resistant on glass-like substrates according to ASTM…
Reference No. OFT-031
OFT-032 Plasma Treatment of Powders and Improved Embedding Behaviour into Ni-Dispersion Coatings
Up to now, surfactants and dispersants containing fluorine have often been used in nickel electrolytes. Their use is subject to strict restrictions…
Reference No. OFT-032
OFT-033 Plasma Treatment of Sheet Glasses for Architectural Applications – Cleaning, Pre-treatment & Adhesion Improvement
Plasma pretreatment of laminated safety glass can increase important properties such as break resistance by up to 60% (compared to standard laminated…
Reference No. OFT-033