NANOFIBERS

High performance nanofibers

A novel high capacity solution-spinning technology for nanofiber manufacturing.

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Works with bio-based polymers

It is the fastest method to make bio-based nanofibers in a continuous line.

Solution-based spinning

Can be used with larger variety of polymers and solvents.

Unique material morphology

The material is less dense compared to other methods, which works better for some applications. Possible to increase density after.

High production speed

The speed of our prototype machine now is up to 1.5 kg/h. We aim to increase the capacity to 10 kg/h in 2021.

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cost-effective

Due to much higher production speed and smaller electricity consumption, production costs are lower.

Material comes in rolls

The material is produced in a continuous line and material width is customizable.

We can offer advanced nanofibruous materials, including:

 

  • Nanocomposites

  • Nanofibers for controlled drug release

  • 3D nanofibruous materials

 

A variety of post-treatment and coating technologies are available.

Nnaofibers

Our method does not use high voltage, making the production process safer, and allowing a higher choice of solvents and polymers. 

> 28% less electricity

Our technology

The use of nanofibers in the world is growing rapidly.

 

This is a result of some of the unique properties that nanofibers posess.

Due to their extremely small diameter nanofibers have a massive surface area to mass ratio. Many chemical and physical processes occur only on the surface of objects and not in the bulk material. Therefore nanofibers can be immensely useful in functions where the availability of surface area is important, such as energy storage, filtration, drug delivery etc.

 

Secondly, nanofibrous materials are highly porous which allows for high breathability filters and efficient tissue engineering scaffolds.

 

Lastly, nanofibrous materials have very low densities which makes them extremely light.

Our Production Process

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Our production method is nozzle-based, with production rates up to 21 grams per nozzle per hour. With the current manufacturing prototype line, up to 1.5 kg of polymer can be spun per hour.

 

We are interested in realizing the method's full potential and, thus, our aim is to expand the range of materials which can be produced employing this new method.

Therefore, we are looking forward to working with partners and testing their materials on our machinery, thus, developing the optimal production processes to provide the most efficient contract manufacturing services.

 

We can produce nanofibrous materials with different surface densities and fibre diameters from various polymers for use in filtration, energy storage, textiles, tissue engineering, etc.       

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Contact us if you are interested in the benefits and opportunities that our technology can provide!