Power: 1 W
Frequency: 22 kHz
Gases: argon, helium

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The Biofilm Jet is a plasma jet used for the removal of bacterial biofilms. The system is still in an experimental stage of development, but its efficacy has already been investigated and compared to other devices.


Comparative In Vitro Study of Different Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Jets Concerning their Antimicrobial Potential and Cellular Reaction
K. Duske, K. Wegner, M. Donnert, U. Kunert, A. Podbielski, B. Kreikemeyer, T. Gerling, K.‐D. Weltmann, B. Nebe and R. Bader, Plasma Processes and Polymers 12 (2015) 1050-1060



Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology
Felix-Hausdorff-Str. 2
17489 Greifswald
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The Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology (INP) is the largest non-university institute in the field of low temperature plasmas, their basics and technical applications in Europe. The institute carries out research and development from idea to prototype. The topics focus on the needs of the market. At present, plasmas for materials and energy as well as for environment and health are the focus of interest.


For further information and/or interest in collaborations please contact:

Dr. Torsten Gerling

Tel.: +49 3834 554 2601
Fax: +49 3834 554 301

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