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…
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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…
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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…
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OFT-034 Electroless plating of dielectric surfaces
Through the use of plasma techniques it is possible to avoid the use of pickling solutions and aggressive chemicals for the metallization of plastics.…
Reference No. OFT-034