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Autonomous coaxial device generating the atmospheric discharge plasma

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An autonomous coaxial device generating atmospheric discharge plasma is designed for plasma treatment of the surface of materials at atmospheric pressure and low temperature to improve adhesive and hydrophobic/hydrophilic properties. APPLICATION AREA: nanotechnologies: formation of nanoparticles and nanostructured layers and coatings additive technology: local processing and formation of functional layers and structures medicine: dry sterilization of medical instruments and implants; treatment of festering wounds and skin ulcers aircraft and automotive industry: surface treatment of vehicle components to reduce aerodynamic drag industry: treatment of materials before painting and gluing TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS: Discharge power, W, more than 40. Operating pressure atmospheric. Gas consumption, l/min 1...50. Gas Ar, air, etc. Type of discharge dielectric barrier. Diameter of treatment area (without moving), cm2 1. ADVANTAGES: removal of restrictions on vacuum compatibility reduction of capital expenditures on equipment and energy costs due to the absence of vacuum creation and maintenance systems.

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