Plasmapp Gets Level A grade
in Technical Evaluation of 'Technical Listing Special Cases'
Plasmapp has taken a step closer to its goal
of listing next year as it earned an A grade in the preliminary technical
listing special technical evaluation conducted through NICE DNB.
The photo is ACTILINK, a biological
regenerative and active surface treatment machine using high plasma. [Photo =
Daedeok Venture Plasmapp (CEO Lim You-bong)
announced on the 7th that it has obtained an A grade in the preliminary
technology listing special technology evaluation. Technology evaluation was
conducted through NICE DNB, a professional evaluation agency.
Companies with excellent technicality and
business feasibility can request a preliminary listing review according to the
grades of two professional evaluation institutions. In particular, this
preliminary technical listing special technical evaluation reflected the
technical evaluation items and evaluation contents that were maintained from
Plasmapp explained that through this
evaluation, it proved the high technicality and marketability of the
"ACTILINK surface treatment machine" that effectively removes
impurities from the surface and makes it a clean implant surface.
ACTILINK is a new product with bio-renewable
and active technology using ultra-high-speed low-temperature sterilizers and
plasma exported to 49 countries. In 99 seconds, more than 50% of impurities on
the surface are effectively removed compared to existing products.
This is the first time that plasma is applied
to implant surface treatment. ACTILINK technology was also announced at the
Vacuum Engineering Association last year and was evaluated as an innovative
technology that prevents early implant installation failures and induces rapid
bone fusion. Shortening bone fusion time is a key factor in determining the
success of implant surgery.
Meanwhile, Plasma started from KAIST
laboratory in 2015. It aims to be listed in 2022 and is expected to grow into a
global unicorn company based on plasma technology in the future.