Posted on August 14 2020
Nanofibers: Nanofibers are a novel and unique kind of fibrous material with fiber diameter smaller than 1 micron.
The nanofiber is 1000 times thinner than human hair and is invisible to the naked eye. Most manufacturers today use melt blown technology for the production of nanofibers, but Pardam co we use filters from produces nanofibers using electrospinning, thanks to which they are able to make fibers much thinner and achieve the highest filtration capabilities.
The nanofibers are spun by a nanofiber membrane, which can be imagined as a very dense network or filter. The holes in this filter are so small that an air molecule passes through them, but not a bacterium, virus or allergen. The nanofiber membrane has a tested capture of submicron particles (10 - 400 nm) and is therefore ideal for the capture of various bacteria and viruses (SARS-CoV-2 virus has a reported real size of 80 to 150 nm).