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Nanofiber Mask to prevent from the Novel Coronavirus

The coronavirus spreading from China is now likely to become a pandemic that circles the globe. Our team is pushing the boundaries to create an innovative nanotechnology mask to help to reduce the transmission of the coronavirus, due to the unique properties of electrospun nanofibers (high porosity and surface area). The nanofiber facial mask will … Continue reading

11 February 2020 News 0 Comment

Pilot Electrospinning System – PE 550

The PE 550 is a versatile Electrospinning system, it’s an ideal solution for R&D and product development. Its scalability makes it also suitable for production of commercial nanofibers-based products, for different applications areas: Bio-medical/Pharmaceutical, Energy, Cosmetics, Filtration, Textile and many others. The PE 550 uses Hybrid Electrospinning Technology, which is a unique and patented technique … Continue reading

14 November 2019 News 0 Comment

Nanofibers Market Anticipated a CAGR of 21.15% (2019 -2023)

The Nanofiber Market Anticipated a Compound annual growth rate of 21.15% between 2019 -2023. The increasing demand for nanofibers has led to the development of new technologies or the updating of old technologies used in nanofiber production. Currently, the most extensively researched method for manufacturing nanofibers is electrospinning. Read the article below for more information: … Continue reading

22 July 2019 News 0 Comment

Inovenso – Boston University

Inovenso Inc. has recently donated an advanced Laboratory Electrospinning unit to Boston University, to enable Dr Sherif Soliman and his colleagues to work on Tissue Engineering Scaffolds and other related applications. Our partners and customers can now visit their lab, to see and test the machine. Please contact us to schedule a visit: sales@inovenso.com… Continue reading

5 February 2019 News 1 Comment

Electrospinning to Produce Polymer Based Nanofibers

Polymer-based nanofibers are produced using a process called electrospinning. In this process, the polymer material (sometimes a polymer melt) is electrically charged and then subjected to an applied electrical field where the polymeric material is removed and ‘whipped’ from the source in fine ‘needle-like’ structures to form nanofibers. Figure 1. Schema of electrospinning process (www.inovenso.com) [1] Electrospinning … Continue reading

8 January 2019 News 1 Comment
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