Breaking the
boundaries of
powder treatment



Molecular Plasma Group & Pro-Cept
Molecular Plasma Group and PROCEPT have joined forces to bring functionalisation and encapsulation of powders to the next level.​

This is a major scalable technological breakthrough.​

We are working with leading, innovative companies to help us to further finetune the technology and validate commercial applications

Join our teamWe are looking for a technical sales manager.

Where we add value Our Markets

  • Automotive
  • Aerospace
  • Electronics
  • Healthcare
  • Advanced composites
  • Packaging
  • Paper, natural fibre,…
  • Technical textiles
  • How this canbenefit you

    The PlasmaPowder equipment is a unique combination of ​MPG’s PlasmaSpot and PROCEPT's fluidized bed reactor.

    Test equiment is available for trials.


    • Introducing new possibilities for surface functionalisation and encapsulatio​
    • With organic chemistry and biomolecules​
    • Single step, dry surface process​
    • Nanometric layers (single molecule and upwards)​
    • Multilayer capability​
    • Water-sensitive, temperature sensitive substrates (cellulose, sugars, salts, acids, …)​
    • No solvents, no drying, no incubation time,… ​
    • Dramatically shorter process times (10x to 100x)​
    • Flexible & future proof technology
  • “Partix' atmospheric plasma technology offers an innovative approach to more sustainable surface treatments by injection of simple chemical building blocks into a reactive plasma environment, eliminating the use of solvents and drastically reducing the number of processing steps. The research at VITO is focusing on surface modifications of materials for batteries. Results are great and will be published soon!” Dr. Dirk Vangeneugden –​ Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO)​
  • “The short set-up time for performing experiments coupled with the high processing speed allows to study a large number of conditions, and gather a considerable amount of results. Using Partix' platform technology will significantly reduce the time required for R&D of new materials."​ Prof. Dr. Rudy J. Koopmans -​ Plastics Innovation Competence Center (PICC)​
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