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Laboratory unit for modifying organic materials using accelerated electrons REAMODE

Basic Information

Name: Laboratory unit for modifying organic materials using accelerated electrons
Model: REAMODE
Partner: Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology (FEP)

Short Description

This laboratory unit is used for the modification and sterilization/disinfection of surfaces under atmospheric pressure using an electron beam.

Description

Laboratory unit for modifying organic materials using accelerated electrons

This laboratory unit is used for the modification and sterilization/disinfection of surfaces under atmospheric pressure using an electron beam.

The unit can be equipped with a variety of electron beam emitters (linear or scanned axial-type electron beam source) or a UV beam generator. Various transport modules allow the processing of 2-D and 3-D substrates as well as bulk goods.

The penetration/treatment depth depends on the selected beam source and varies from 10 … 200 µm.

 

Typical substrates

  • substrates with 2-D or 3-D geometry with dimensions of 400 × 400 × 200 mm up to max. 5.0 kg weight
  • bulk goods with particle sizes over 500 µm

 

Range of applications

  • curing of lacquers, coatings, layers on wood, plastic, metal, etc.
  • modification/crosslinking of polymer films, polymer surfaces, polymer granulates as well as fibers, fillers, and raw materials
  • germ reduction on the surfaces of raw materials and packaging
  • sterilization/disinfection of surfaces(e.g. for biomedical applications)
  • development, testing, evaluation, and maintenance of electron beam generators

Link to Further Details

https://www.fep.fraunhofer.de/de/Leistungsangebot/Anlagentechnik/reamode.html

Options of instrument usage

Points of Contact

Ines Schedwill
Email:
Phone:
+49 351 8823-238
Fax:
+49 351 8823-394

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Last Update

Last updated at: 14 November 2018 at 14:49:19