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Adhesion improvement glass and PDMS

Adhesion improvement glass and PDMS

Visit to the Biofluid Mechanics Laboratory of OTH Regensburg

In March our colleagues Andreas Ammon and Corinna Little got the opportunity to carry out experiments with the piezobrush PZ2 together with Prof. Dr. Lars Krenkel and his colleagues in the biofluid mechanics laboratory of the OTH Regensburg. The aim was to improve the adhesion between glass and PDMS (polydimethylsiloxane), which is important for the experiments of the research group, for example to investigate the behaviour of liquids such as blood.

PDMS treatment with the piezobrush PZ2 to improve adhesion glass and PDMS
Image 1: Treatment of PDMS with the piezobrush PZ2

Topics like these are of particular interest considering relyon plasma’s stronger focus on medical technology and its upcoming participation at MedtecLIVE May 21st to May 23rd in Nuremberg).

PDMS treatment with the piezobrush PZ2 to improve adhesion glass and PDMS
Image 2: Corinna Little during the treatment of glass and PDMS with the piezobrush PZ2

After a first promising preliminary test with the piezobrush PZ2, Prof. Krenkel and his colleagues will carry out further experiments with this handy cold plasma source. We want to thank all participants for the friendly reception at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the OTH Regensburg and look forward to the results of the group.

Transfer of the piezobrush PZ2 from relyon plasma to the group of Prof. Lars Krenkel (second from right)
Image 3: Handing overof the piezobrush PZ2 from relyon plasma to the group of Prof. Lars Krenkel (second from right)
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