HARRICK PLASMA

Harrick Plasma Cleaners may be employed in a variety of application fields, including materials science, polymer science, biomedical materials, microfluidics, optics, microscopy and dental & medical research.

Links to further information on plasma surface cleaning and surface treatment with Harrick Plasma Cleaner models are given below:

Plasma Cleaning
This article discusses the benefits of plasma cleaning, its applications, and some processing guidelines when using our plasma instruments.

Plasma Treatment for Microfluidic Device Fabrication
This article discusses the benefits of plasma treatment for microfluidic device fabrication, its applications, and some processing guidelines when using our plasma instruments.

Plasma Treatment to Modify Surface Chemistry
This application note discusses the benefits of plasma treatment for controlling surface properties, plasma processing guidelines, and examples of the effect of surface chemistry and contact angle on plasma-treated materials.

Plasma Treatment to Enhance Surface Adhesion
This article discusses the benefits of plasma treatment in altering surface wettability characteristics for adhesion and other applications, plasma processing guidelines, and examples of contact angle measurements on plasma-treated materials.

Plasma Treatment to Improve Functionality of Biomaterials
This article discusses the benefits of plasma treating biomaterials in order to further enhance their functionality as well as gives example applications and plasma treatment processing guidelines.