Nanofibers vs Melt-Blown in respiratory mask
Respiratory masks are mainly made of several non-woven layers consisting of spunbond and melt-blown that they usually are made of non-woven polypropylene fibers. The layer/layers of melt-blown play an important role in filtering the air from particle matters such as dust, bacteria, viruses…, and the spunbond is used as the protecting layers.
Read moreThe effect of nanofiber in performance and efficiency of the respiratory mask
Nanofiber media plays a crucial role in the efficiency and performance of all types of respiratory masks. The high aspect ratio, high porosity, and very tiny pores of a nanofiber can lead to better efficiency of particulate matters in respiratory masks.
Read moreThe methods of producing nanofiber
Nanofiber production technology has always been of interest due to the various techniques of producing one-dimensional organic, inorganic, and composite nanomaterials with controllable dimensions.