Plasma sources for surface treatment of different materials

    Fig. 1. Low temperature DCSBD plasma
Fig. 2. Device ZUP 200 for continuous plasma activation
of narrow strips of thin materials – textiles.

* The device was developed in the frame of
the Project APVV-20-P01505

and it is protected by the international patent application WO 02095115


Diaphragm discharge

  Fig. 3. Diaphragm pulse discharge generating plasma in liquids


Research areas



 Fig. 4. Significant increase of wettability of polymer textiles
after short plasma treatment (in the order of seconds)
 Fig. 5. Cleaning and increase of surface energy of common glass
and special glasses (ITO glass used in semiconductor industry



 Fig. 6. Improvement of adhesion of non-adhesive polymers (teflon) for further surface modification



 Fig. 7. Plasma assisted calcination of inorganic nanofibers using DCSBD


  Plasma diagnostics methods:


Diagnostics of changes on the surface of material:


Collaboration with:



Doc. RNDr. Anna Zahoranová, PhD.


Email: zahoranova(at)

Phone Nr: +421 2 602 95 529


Mgr. Dušan Kováčik, PhD.


Email: kovacik(at)

Phone Nr: +421 2 602 95 616