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Evaluation project is underway at Norfolk Naval Shipyard

2019 CTMA Technology Competition winner is hitting out of the park with the Navy The winner of the 2019 CTMA Technology Competition not only received a nice trophy for the curio case, but more importantly funding for a nine-month CTMA initiative. Atmospheric Plasma Solutions, Inc. (APS) with their PlasmaBlast® technology took home that prize. The…

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APS selected as Maintenance Innovation Challenge Finalist

The 2019 Maintenance Innovation Challenge (MIC) finalists have been announced.  From 84 entries, Atmospheric Plasma Solutions of Cary, NC has been selected as one of six finalists.  Joining APS are submissions from the U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force and one other commercial company The 2019 National Defense Strategy contains an objective to establish an…

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Atmospheric Plasma Solutions wins 2019 CTMA Technology Competition

June 4, 2019   The CTMA Technology Competition is a popular way to introduce the Department of Defense (DoD) to innovative maintenance and sustainment technologies and keep a pipeline of ideas flowing. The 2019 CTMA Technology Competition took place in conjunction with the CTMA Partners Meeting held at FRCSW. Over 40 companies submitted their innovative…

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Atmospheric Plasma Solutions to Present PlasmaBlast™ Precision Coating Removal Solution at Navy Forum for SBIR/STTR Transition, April 9-11, 2018

Atmospheric Plasma Solutions (APS) will be participating in the Navy Forum for SBIR/STTR Transition (FST), April 9-11, 2018 at the Gaylord National Convention Center, National Harbor, Maryland. Glenn Astolfi, President of APS, will present PlasmaBlast™ – The Next Generation Coating Removal Solution on Tuesday, April 10 at 3:30 P.M. in the Ship Repair, Maintenance Technologies…

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National Research Council (NRC) Canada Finds Atmospheric Plasma Coating Removal Effective in Aircraft Depainting Study

Recent studies determine that the new Atmospheric Plasma coating removal process does not affect metallic substrates used in military aircraft… November 22, 2017 – Atmospheric Plasma Solutions™ (APS) today announced that recent studies conducted by the National Research Council (NRC) Canada concluded that the novel Atmospheric Plasma Coating Removal (APCR) system may provide a safe…

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