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Plasma activation of CFRP and glass

Plasma activation of CFRP and glass

The Max Planck Institute for Astronomy – MPIA was founded in 1967, and it is one of roughly 80 institutes of the Max Planck Society, Germany’s largest organizations for basic research. The MPIA deals with the following questions, for example: How do stars and planets form? What can we learn about planets orbiting stars other than the Sun? How do galaxies form, and how have they changed in the course of cosmic history?

The Max Planck Institute for Astronomy uses the piezobrush PZ2 for plasma activation of CFRP and glass/glass ceramic adhesive surfaces.

The engineering department also uses our plasma hand-held device piezobrush PZ2. Ralf-Rainer Rohloff describes the application as follows:

We use the plasma device to activate adhesive surfaces made of CFRP and glass/glass-ceramic since conventional firing systems can cause temperature damages on the components.Ralf-Rainer Rohloff, Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie

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