Plasma technology can be used in various industries. The traditional plasma technology in early days was vacuum plasma (or low pressure plasma), which present shortcomings such as the need of operating in a vacuum state, time-consuming, expensive in equipment, limited in product size, and inability to produce in a continuous process. Atmospheric pressure plasma, or atmospheric plasma technology does not have size limitation, allowing the possibility to expand applications into industries that require continuous production requirements. The environmental protection philosophy and safety measures of the atmospheric pressure pulp technology can help reduce the use of solvents which are harmful to the environment and extend applications beyond the fundamental applications in the polymer industry. Creating Nano Technology Inc. is the first plasma equipment technology manufacturer in Taiwan. Its continuous research and development capabilities have nourished a one-stop wholistic solution from design, technology development, manufacturing process and research and development.
The application scope of plasma technology is extremely wide, from the optoelectronic and semiconductor industries, biomedical materials, textiles and shoemaking to air and sewage treatment industries, etc., which is all-encompassing. While the global epidemic situation continues to be alarming, Taiwan’s plasma industry experiences little impact due to its close relationship with the optoelectronic and semiconductor industries; with the development of the combination of medical technology, it even brought new opportunities for growth in this difficult time, such as portable sterilization and medical equipment, medical masks for deodorization and activation, and so on. As the global plasma market continues to expand with the advancement in plasma applications, there are considerable and unlimited possibilities. For example, it can be used in the shoemaking industry to replace toxic treatment agents and glues with characteristics including high adhesion, stable quality, and the advantage of automatic production; or it can be used in the automobile industry, applied in car lamp assembly process, sound insulation tape pasting, electrostatic spraying, etc., and present the benefits of reducing processes steps and improving yield.
Creating Nano Technology‘s development capabilities in plasma technology has led it to become a leader in the industry, and the stability and reliability of the products have been highly recognized by customers. Because Creating Nano possesses self-developed plasma technology, for customers in the high-tech industries such as semiconductors and optoelectronics, with Creating Nano’s domestic technology, there is no need to rely on foreign imported technology, allowing the price and maintenance service to stay relatively competitive and convenient. Therefore, TSMC, AUO, Innolux and other first-tier manufacturers have long been Creating Nano’s long-term key accounts. Backed by solid R&D capabilities, Creating Nano Technology has established complete plasma production technology, plasma power supply technology, thin film materials, coating technology and vacuum technology capabilities. Creating Nano Technology has made major technical breakthroughs in areas that Japanese and Korean competitors have hit bottleneck, making it the preferred equipment supplier of major Japanese and Korean manufacturers. Creating Nano also invested in research and development of nanoparticles since 2011, utilizing plasma technology as foundation for the investigation and the development of nanoparticles, which can further reduce costs and refine it to become more suitable for continuous mass production, which is the focus of the next market take-off.
Creating Nano Technologies positions itself as an industry leader in technological innovation and development. Its core competence lies at the development and establishment of key technologies and processes for optoelectronics, optics, precision machinery, IC, packaging, and information. Therefore, the target customer field is focused in optoelectronics (liquid crystal displays, organic, etc.).