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Cold Plasma Technology

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Today, the use of plasma as a key and interdisciplinary technology has become a modern technical standard in many industries and one that is experiencing dynamic expansion. Applications range from a few watts to more than 1000 watts and cover all industries.

With the CeraPlas™ element – a piezo based plasma generator in a single component - TDK has developed an innovative new plasma source that is especially suited for the use in low power applications. CeraPlas technology enables small handheld cold plasma systems, which can be operated from a battery.

Relyon Plasma, since April 2018 a TDK Group Company, specializes in the design of complete plasma systems, using either CeraPlas as the plasma source or its proprietary PAA (Pulsed Atmospheric Arc) technology.

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CeraPlas™ element

CeraPlas uniquely combines voltage transformation and plasma generation in a single component. This new technology is based on a PZT (lead zirconate titanate) ceramic material, which can be co-fired with the internal copper electrodes.

CeraPlas features many advantages: compact size, low weight, low power consumption, a low input voltage and a high output voltage.

CeraPlas is a high-performance component that can be integrated into different plasma source designs without the need for special high-voltage safety measures, giving it a high degree of application flexibility, ideal for handheld devices and other low power cold plasma applications.

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