Cold atmospheric plasma (CAP) devices generate plasma at atmospheric pressure and low gas temperature. They produce enhanced gas phase chemistry and have widespread applications in fields that require low temperatures, such as biomedical applications and material processing. The exciting properties of cold plasma have led to their extensive use in various technological fields such as material processing, environmental remediation, nanomaterial synthesis, textile industry, food processing, and biomedical applications. CAP is a promising technology useful in many industries, including biotechnology, biomedical, textiles, and food processing. The plasma jet is a sequence of streamers propagating in the environment in a flow of inert gas pumped through a gas discharge device. Medical applications of cold atmospheric plasma include the treatment of chronic wounds, and its application in a wide range of medical fields is now the goal of many analyses. Cold atmospheric plasma has been shown to reduce microbial load without any known significant negative effects on healthy tissues, and this should enhance its possible application to any microbial infection site.
Cold atmospheric plasma (CAP) devices have a wide range of applications in various industries. Here are some of the different applications of CAP devices:
Medical Treatments: CAP devices have been used in various medical treatments. They have shown potential in wound healing, sterilization, blood coagulation, oral/dental diseases treatment, cancer therapy, and immunotherapy. CAP has been tested clinically as an alternative treatment to reduce bacterial load.
Surface Treatment for Bonding Materials: CAP devices are used for surface treatment to enhance the bonding properties of materials. The reactive species and charged particles produced by CAP can modify the surface properties of materials, improving their adhesion and bonding capabilities.
Reducing Bacterial Load: CAP devices have been studied for their ability to reduce bacterial load. CAP generates reactive species that can effectively kill bacteria and other microorganisms without significant negative effects on healthy tissues. This makes CAP a potential tool for disinfection and reducing bacterial contamination in various settings.
Agricultural Applications: CAP has been used in agriculture for various purposes. It can be used for seed germination, pest control, and improving crop growth and yield.
Material Modification: CAP devices are used for material modification in industries such as electronics, textiles, and manufacturing. The reactive species produced by CAP can modify the surface properties of materials, improving their functionality and performance.
Waste Management: CAP devices have been used in waste management applications. They can be used for the treatment of wastewater, air pollution control, and the degradation of organic pollutants.
Bioprocessing: CAP devices have applications in bioprocessing industries. They can be used for the sterilization of medical instruments, the inactivation of pathogens in food processing, and the production of bioactive compounds.
It is important to note that the applications of CAP devices are still being explored, and ongoing research is uncovering new potential uses for this technology.
Pacem Product Specification
Pacem CAP Source, has been designed as a smart controllable plasma device for use in laboratories and applications. The Dielectic Barrier Discharge and jet technologies are used to generate cold active plasma at a temperature of less than 40°C.
1- DBD electrode
2- Jet electrode
3- Glass electrode
4- Surface DBD electrode
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