PLASMA

PLASMA

What is PLASMA?

PLASMA is ionized gas considered “the fourth state of matter.” If the energy was applied to an atom or molecule, it turns to the state that radical, ion, and electrons co-exist. Such a state is called PLASMA.

1 PLASMA consists of many factors such as heat, radical, electron, ion, light energy, etc.
2 If PLASMA is treated, physical and chemical reactions are stimulated.
3 PLASMA can be applied to the control of biochemical reactions within the body.

1 PLASMA consists of many factors such as heat, radical, electron, ion, light energy, etc.
2 If PLASMA is treated, physical and chemical reactions are stimulated.
3 PLASMA can be applied to the control of biochemical reactions within the body.

Most of the universe is composed of PLASMA. Typically, the sun is in the state of 100% PLASMA.
PLASMA can be observed through natural phenomena like aurora and thunder on Earth. Lately the application sphere of PLASMA has been expanded to life science, medicine, and beauty industries in the state of Cold PLASMA.

State of Surrounding PLASMA

Aurora

Thunder

Sun

PLASMA which livens up the gas

PLASMA which livens up the gas

01

Although various medical devices were developed using physical principles, for example far-infrared radiation, high frequency, and laser, they have hardly shown any regeneration effect.

02

PLASMA does not only mean a simple change of state. It rather means that a new activation ability is granted to gas to modulate biochemical reactions in the living body.

03

According to the published papers of our own researchers and other scholars, it is possible that PLASMA could be used as an approach to break through the medical limitations such as sterilization, neogenesis, inflammation control, and stem cell differentiation.

FEAGLE's argon gas PLASMA

Although Air PLASMA can be produced using the atmosphere, the air containing oxygen generates a lot of ozone when PLASMA is produced.

FEAGLE produces an Air PLASMA equipment without a gas cylinder. Besides, we also produce a safely designed PLASMA equipment loaded with argon gas showing great efficacy.

Rare gases which FEAGLE uses like argon gas is safe one that has extremely low reactivity with other elements and has a low probability of generating other compounds. Moreover, high-density PLASMA can be generated effectively because the gases easily discharge PLASMA even in a low voltage.

Argon takes up most in the air next to nitrogen and oxygen. PLASMA produced by argon gas has greater safety and effectiveness than the air PLASMA. Thus it is suitable for medical appliances, and produces very little amount of ozone, which, even that small amount, is completely controllable though FEAGLE’s differentiated technology.

FEAGLE's argon gas
PLASMA

Using the air, Air PLASMA can be produced, but the air which contains oxygen may create a lot of ozone when PLASMA is produced.
FEAGLE produces the Air PLASMA equipment without a gas cylinder. Besides, we create the PLASMA equipment with argon gas having the greatest efficacy and being designed safely.
Rare gases which FEAGLE uses like argon gas is safe one that has extremely low reactivity with other elements and seldom generates the compound. Moreover, high-density PLASMA can be generated effectively because the gases easily discharge PLASMA even in a low voltage.
Argon takes up most in the air next to nitro and oxygen. PLASMA caused by argon gas has greater safety and effectiveness than the air PLASMA so that it is suitable for medical appliances. Ozone produced by it is much less and even that can be controlled by FEAGLE's differentiated technology.