INNOVENT

Developments and Projects

Industry: Medical Engineering

BMA-001 Electrospinning

The technology of electrospinning allows the production of nano- and microfibers and fleeces made of different materials.

Reference No. BMA-001

BMA-002 SynProXL

INNOVENT transfers your laboratory synthesis to industrial scale, and carries out process optimization and custom synthesis for you.

Reference No. BMA-002

BMA-003 Functionalized Glycosaminoglycanes

The targeted chemical modification of glycosaminoglycans (e.g. hyaluronic acid, chondroitin sulfate, heparin) offers access to new biomaterials with…

Reference No. BMA-003

BMA-004 Degradable Polyurethanes

The synthesis of biocompatible and biodegradable polyurethanes and polyureas is a focus of research in the department of Biomaterials.

Reference No. BMA-004

OFT-010 Development of Focussing Ultrasonic Transducers. Analysis and Metallization of Piezo Components

The development of adequate coating solutions and layer systems, is dependend on the application purpose and the required properties.

Reference No. OFT-010

OFT-011 Functional Magnetic Core-Shell Nanoparticles

The production of functionalized nanoparticles enables new approaches to the targeted modification of materials.

Reference No. OFT-011

OFT-012 PlasmaSkin - Medical Potential of Mini Plasma Jets

The application of plasma sources in dermatology opens a new field of healing, desifention and antibacterial equipment.

Reference No. OFT-012

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-016 Plasma Cleaning: Gentle Removal of Biocide Residues on Unmounted Wood

INNOVENT tests and analyses organochlorine compounds, and uses atmospheric pressure plasma to clean untreated wood surfaces.

Reference No. OFT-016

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.

Reference No. OFT-023

OFT-024 Adhesion and Material Testing

In order to optimize bonded joints, surface activations are applied and adapted to the adhesive and the substrate to be joined.

Reference No. OFT-024

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-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

Dr. Bernd Grünler
Director

Head of Department
Surface Technology

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