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Biomedicine is a scientific field closely related to biophysics, biochemistry and material engineering, among others. Its latest developments result in groundbreaking structures, diagnostic technologies and devices used in the medical industry. PREVAC systems support scientists in research work on the analysis and deposition of biomedical coatings for medical purposes. An example of such projects is a thin-film coating in the form of doped titanium oxide (TiO2), which can potentially act as an antibacterial material.


DLC coatings

DLC (diamond-like carbon) coatings and biomedical carbon-based materials are distinguished by their mechanical properties such as biocompatibility and hydrophobicity. Because of these advantages, DLC thin-film coatings have been successfully used in the medical industry. Using different deposition methods, researchers are improving parameters such as the sliding properties and durability of the material. PREVAC systems allow full control of the deposition process while meeting the most stringent requirements of the research process. They enable automation, have the option to configure components and allow the combination of different deposition methods and analytics.


Biosensors play an important role in many areas of medicine, as well as in the daily lives of patients. Examples include glucose monitoring devices (glucose meters) and diagnostic equipment based on miniature sensors. To enable the development of these technologies, semiconductor oxide materials need to be researched and analyzed for possible diagnostic applications. Many deposition methods, such as magnetron sputtering, are used to study the growth and properties of semiconductor oxides. PREVAC equipment enables the creation of new materials, their in-depth analysis and the automation of the entire research process. Our systems are highly customizable, so that they can be tailored to the individual requirements of a scientific project.

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