Elmarco is the industry's first supplier of industrial scale nanofiber production equipment. Partnerships with global industrial leaders and universities form the foundation for success of the company. Elmarco's unique Nanospider™ technology is designed for ease of use, scalability, modularity and flexibility in producing the highest quality nanofibers.
Nanospider™ technology is a patented, needle-free high voltage, free liquid surface electrospinning process. The technology is based upon the discovery, that it is possible to create Taylor Cones and the subsequent flow of material not only from the tip of a capillary, but also from a thin film of a polymer solution.
The technology enabled Elmarco to build industrial scale production equipment with out nozzles, needles or spinnerets.
Nanospider™ technology allows the production of nanofibers from polymers solved in water, acids or bipolar solvents and is suitable for the production of organic high quality fibers. This versatile technology is easily adapted to a variety of process parameters for the optimization of the specific properties of the produced nanofibers.
Elmarco Launch Updated Nanospider Nanofiber Research Tool
Nanospider Production Line NS 1WS500U from Elmarco
Nanospider Production Line NS 8S1600U from Elmarco
Laboratory-Scale Electrospinning for Nanofiber Production - Nanospider™ NS LAB from Elmarco
Elmarco Nanospider Air Conditioning Unit
Nanofiber Fabrication System - Elmarco Nanospider™ Production Line NS 1S500U
Nanofiber Fabrication System - Elmarco Nanospider™ Production Line NS 4S1000U
Nanofiber Fabrication System - Elmarco Nanospider™ Production Line NS 8S1600U
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