Tekna Plasma Systems – Induction Plasma Technology and Integrated Plasma Systems

 

Nanotechnology Area

Induction Plasma Technology

Description of Activities

Tekna Plasma Systems Inc. is the world leader in induction plasma technology. With sales in Europe, Asia and North America, Tekna Plasma Systems Inc. specializes in the design, development and construction of integrated plasma systems for a wide range of laboratory research and industrial-scale materials processing and surface treatment applications.

Induction Plasma Technology

Tekna Plasma Systems Inc.’s induction plasma technology is state of the art. It allows the generation of plasmas using a wide range of gases under different operating conditions. Its innovative technology offers the necessary means for the development of new compounds and powder treatments, as it handles oxidizing and reducing atmospheres without contamination problems – something not possible with alternate conventional plasma sources.

Turn-Key Plasma System

Tekna Plasma Systems Inc. offers a turn-key plasma system which can be tailored to specific customer needs. Its core technology in induction plasma is the result of decades of research and combines the latest research advances with modern industrial technologies such as digitization, automation, robotic control, continuous data acquisition systems and environmentally-friendly plasma gas recycling.

Process Demonstration Facility for Technology Evaluation

Tekna Plasma Systems Inc. offers its clients a modern 4000 m2 process demonstration facility for induction plasma powder treatment, powder spheroidization, nanopowder synthesis and thermal plasma spraying. Its installations are available to evaluate the technological viability of particular applications and also for small-scale commercial production runs.

Contact Details

Tekna Plasma Systems
2935 Boulevard Industrial

Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada

J1L 2T9

 

Tel.: +1 819-820-2204

Fax: +1 819-820-1502

 

E-mail: Info@tekna.com
Web site: www.tekna.com

 

Date Added: Jun 4, 2007 | Updated: Jun 11, 2013
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