A Cold Barrier Discharge Source (CBDS) is a device that generates a non-thermal plasma using the Cold Barrier Discharge (CBD) technique. It typically consists of two parallel electrodes separated by a dielectric barrier material, which prevents the discharge from spreading beyond the desired area. The CBDS is usually powered by a high voltage AC or DC power supply, which creates an electric field that ionizes the gas mixture and generates a plasma. The plasma produced by the CBDS is characterized by a low temperature and high density, making it suitable for a wide range of applications, such as surface cleaning, sterilization, and surface modification. The CBDS is a versatile technology that offers many advantages, including high energy efficiency, low environmental impact, and scalability, which makes it attractive for use in various industries.
A Pulsed Electric Field (PEF) source is an electrical device used for the application of short high-voltage pulses to a fluid or solid material. The pulses cause the temporary permeabilization of cell membranes, which allows for the extraction of intracellular compounds or the inactivation of microorganisms. PEF sources typically consist of a high-voltage generator, a capacitor bank, and an electrode chamber containing the sample to be treated. The sample is subjected to multiple pulses of high electric fields ranging from 10 to 100 kV/cm, which can last from microseconds to milliseconds. The PEF technology has various applications in the food, biotechnology, and medical industries, such as the extraction of fruit juice, the preservation of food products, and the production of biofuels. The design and configuration of a PEF source can vary depending on the intended application, but all systems require careful calibration to ensure the efficient and safe application of the electric pulses.
A plasma torch is a device that generates and controls a plasma arc for various industrial and scientific applications. It typically consists of a power source, a gas source, and a nozzle, which directs the flow of gas to create a high-temperature plasma stream. The plasma arc is created by passing a gas, such as nitrogen or argon, through an electrical field, which ionizes the gas and produces a plasma. The plasma torch can be used for cutting and welding metals, surface modification, material synthesis, and waste treatment. The high temperature and energy density of the plasma make it a powerful tool for various applications, and the torch can be adapted to suit different needs by adjusting the gas flow rate, electrical current, and other parameters.
A plasma reactor is a device used to generate and control a plasma, which is a highly ionized gas consisting of ions, electrons, and neutral species. The reactor typically consists of a vacuum chamber with one or more electrodes, where a gas is introduced and ionized by the application of a high-frequency electric field. The plasma can be used for various purposes, such as material processing, surface treatment, pollution control, and energy production. The reactor design and operating conditions can be optimized to achieve specific plasma properties, such as temperature, density, and chemical reactivity. Plasma reactors have become increasingly important in modern technology due to their unique capabilities, including the ability to operate at atmospheric pressure and low temperatures, and their potential for sustainable and efficient energy production. You can connect with us to get your Reactor designed and manufactured.