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Our world is Plasma
Plasma is our world. Nearly all of our matter is made up of it, whether it’s lightning, the sun or the Northern Lights. We, the specialists at neoplas GmbH in Greifswald, love plasma and make it useful. Our passion has been plasma technology ever since the company was founded in 2005. We therefore dedicate our knowledge, know-how and enthusiasm to the development, production and sales of revolutionary plasma devices on a daily basis. As a spin-off of the Leibniz Institute for Plasma Research and Technology (INP Greifswald), we develop cold-plasma devices that have come from research for practical use – whether it’s for the medical sector, for industry or the research sector.
The results have been well worth it. Our cold plasma kINPen®VET device is the first device of its kind on the market that can help vets heal the wounds of their animal patients. Plasma’s energy cocktail enables germ-free wounds and heals without side effects. This makes the Jet the physics-based alternative to antibiotics in veterinary medicine. Our kINPen®IND provides a solution for treating surfaces. Using the smallest possible plasma beam and a temperature of under 40 degrees Celsius, surfaces can be cleaned, activated and decontaminated sustainably, without the use of any chemicals. We work hand-in-hand with our partners to develop unique plasma applications for our customers.
The BioTechnikum Greifswald
There is a reason why our head office can be found in Greifswald’s BioTechnikum. Located right next to neoplas med GmbH – a 2009 spin-off from INP Greifswald – and the neoplas control GmbH, which was also founded from INP Greifswald back in 2006, we work together to find plasma-based solutions. Together with INP Greifswald, Europe’s largest non-university research institute for research into low temperature plasmas, the University of Greifswald, University Hospital Greifswald, the BioConValley Network for the healthcare sector in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and BalticNet-PlasmaTec, we have managed to create an important cold plasma cluster in the northeast of Germany.