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Turning Nanofibre Into Products
Revolution Fibres Ltd is New Zealand’s premier advanced materials company and a global leader in nanofibre production. Its mission is to enable companies to produce superior products using Revolution Fibres’ designed functional nanofibres. Revolution Fibres has commercialized products with various clients in the areas of filtration, skin health, composites, acoustics, biotech and anti-allergy bedding.
Nanofibre has huge potential. Most often created through a process called electrospinning, it can be readily functionalized, has incredible physical properties, and is very marketable. It is also easy to produce at research level – hence the high number of papers and patents in this field. But is the level of innovation reflective in examples of commercialization? Revolution Fibres is one company that bridges the gap between research and commercialization, focussing on manufacturing and product development with advanced materials for real-world benefit.
Click here to see more on “Turning Nanofibre Into Products” including:
- Building a market for nanofibre production
- Involving a nanofibre manufacturer in research and development
- Nanofibres in composite applications
- Medical and Skincare Applications
- Nanofibres for Sensing Applications
In a related article, see how lignin, a waste product of the pulp industry, is turned into a carbon nanofibre material for use in batteries and other electronic applications.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 10 November 2015 11:09)