- Deposition of nanofiber on different substrates in large-scale
- Production of nano-fiber based filters and face masks
- Certificate of Nanotechnology
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Dip electrospinning unit (needleless electrospinning) is a large-scale nanofiber producer machine. Unlike conventional electrospinning which uses needle and syringe pump for nanofiber production, in this system, a rotary spinneret is immersed into the polymer solution bath and a high strength electric field is applied to the solution bath and collector. This results in the formation of numerous jets from the spinneret and the nanofibers form on a collector.
Nanofiber Mass Production Line is an industrial-scale electrospinning nanofiber production machine. This line makes use of an injection system and several electrospinning units in which each unit is independently programmable. In this process, polymer solution is delivered to an apparatus consisting of nozzles where a high voltage is used to generate nanofibers.
Lab Electrospinning Unit is a full-automatic laboratory electrospinning instrument which is able to produce different polymer nanofibers. This system makes use of electrostatic and mechanical force to spin fibers from the tip of a fine spinneret. The spinneret is maintained at a positive or negative charge by a DC power supply. When an applied electrostatic charge overcomes the surface tension of the solution, the polymer jet is formed. A rapidly rotating collector results in aligned nanofibers while stationary collector results in randomly oriented fiber mats.
The Lab-scale Electrospinning Unit is the laboratory electrospinning equipment for efficient research and experimental work in the field of nanofibers. This system makes use of electrostatic and mechanical force to spin fibers from the tip of a fine spinneret. The spinneret is maintained at a positive or negative charge by a DC power supply. When the electrostatic repelling force overcomes the surface tension force of the polymer solution, the liquid spills out of the spinneret and forms an extremely fine continuous nanofiber.