CONTIPRO is involved in the research, development and biotechnological production of active ingredients for the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries. It is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of hyaluronic acid and supplies more than one third of the global market. The company places a huge emphasis on in-house research and innovation. One of the key research fields is nanotechnology and its related applications.
4SPIN technology has been developed for the production of nanomaterials from polymer solutions. 4SPIN uses three techniques - electrospinning, electroblowing, and electrospraying to work with wide range of polymers, both natural and synthetic, some of which can be very difficult to spin. The 4Spin Lab is now being used is Lab around the world for effective nanofiber membrane research and for experimental work.
The 4SPIN Lab device is ideal for the research of nanofibers. It has 16 emitters and collectors that can be combined to influence the spinnability, shape and size of the resulting material, as well as the fiber alignment and the potential production capacity.
The 4SPIN Conti is designed on the same principles as the 4Spin LAB and it is the perfect partner for the production of large Nanofibrous sheets with a random alignment of fibers. It is particularly suitable for scale-up semi-industrial manufacturing.
Tuneable Electrospinning Technology for Nanofibers
Contipro Introduce New Jets for Composite Nanomaterials
4SPIN Electrospinning Device to Become Accessible on the US and Asian Markets
New Patent by Contipro - Jet for Coaxial Nanofibers Production
Contipro Biotech to Present 4SPIN Natotechnology Device
Scientists Increase Efficiency of Nanofibre Production
4SPIN From Contipro Can Turn Natural Biopolymers Into Nanofibers
Contipro Biotech Presents Novel Device for Nanofiber Production at Nano Tech 2013
4SPIN Electrospinning Device from Contipro
Electrospinning system 4SPIN Introduced
Professor Andre Nel
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Jingang Li, Ph.D.
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Steve Kosier, Ph.D.
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