PP Nanofiber

Material Property Nonwoven is made by spun or filament, webbing via air or mechanical. It is then through spunlace, needle punch, or hot rolling reinforcement. Finally it forms the nonwovens materials. It’s soft, breathable and with plane structure. Its advantage is no fibrous debris, strong, durable and silky soft. It’s reinforcement material and the cost[…]

PET Nanofiber

Material Property Polymer made by “esterification” or “transesterification” and “polycondensation” from raw materials “PTA” or “DMT” and “EG”. PET fiber, made by spinning, is widely used in the apparel and industrial products. It has very good “setting” performance. “Polyester yarn” or “Polyester fabric” will become “flat” or “fluffy” or “pleated” after the setting process. Therefore,[…]

Anti-Bacterial Nanofiber

Functionality This nanofiber itself possesses anti-bacteria property. It is produced from special-made solvent contains charged ions with antibacterial function to reduce and inhibit the growth and reproduction of the microorganisms on the fabric. In addition, the anti-bacterial nanofiber can prevent the fabric from microbial infection, mold, deterioration and transmission of infectious diseases. Applications Textiles, masks,[…]

HK Polytechnic University

Avalon Nanofiber collaborates with the Hong Kong Polytechnic University on further research and development of the nanofiber technology platform developed by Professor Wallace Woon-Fong Leung, Chair Professor of Innovation Products & Technologies at the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Avalon Nanofiber recognizes the value of this technology platform and will embark on both product development and[…]

Taiwan Textile Research Institute

Embracing the idea of industry-institute cooperation, Avalon Nanofiber together with our local representative, Hamstec Biothechnology, collaborates with the Taiwan Textile Research Institute (TTRI), the leading institute on textile technology, to focus on the commercialization of the nanofiber technology and the development of future nanofiber applications. The collaboration fully demonstrates the spirit of embarking on the[…]

Test Report: NELSON LABORATORIES

Particle Filtration Efficiency (PFE) > 97.2% Bacterial Filtration Efficiency (BFE) > 99.72% Differential Pressure (Delta P): 4.6 Tested by NELSON LABORATORIES, a leading provider of microbiology testing and consulting services for MedTech companies, the PFE of NanoPoly’s nanofiber mask is over 97.2% and the BFE is over 99.72%.   The Study Completion Date is 18[…]