FAQ :

What are nanofibers ?
While there is some discussion on the exact definition of a nanofiber, the consensus in the nonwovens industry has been that anything under 1 micron in diameter is a nanofiber. To put this in perspective, one nanometer is equivalent to one billionth of a meter, making nanofibers many orders of magnitude smaller than an average human hair

Why Nanofibers?
When compared to conventional fibers, nanofibers offer numerous advantages, most notably high surface area, small pore size and high pore volume. These characteristics lend themselves to many innovative applications including wound care, filtration, fuel cells and countless others.

What is Electrospinning ?
Electrospinning is a fiber production method which uses electric force to draw charged threads of polymer solutions or polymer melts up to fiber diameters in the order of some hundred nanometers. Electrospinning shares characteristics of both electrospraying and conventional solution dry spinning of fibers. The process does not require the use of coagulation chemistry or high temperatures to produce solid threads from solution. This makes the process particularly suited to the production of fibers using large and complex molecules. Electrospinning from molten precursors is also practiced; this method ensures that no solvent can be carried over into the final product.

What are the parameters that affect the process?
Solution Parameters: Viscosity, Concentration, Molecular weight, Surface tension, Solvent, Additives, Solution temperature.
Process Parameters: Applied voltage, Needle to collector distance, Flow rate, Spinneret geometry, Polarity.
Environment Parameters: Temperature, Humidity. (Thus we recommend to our customers when purchasing our devices to add the options of temperature and humidity controlled chamber)

What can I use Electrospinning for?
-FILTRATION
-ENERGY
-TEXTILES
-PROTECTIVE MATERIALS
-AGRICULTURE
-AUTOMOTIVE
-COSMETICS
-OPTICS

Why choose Needle-Based Technology over needleless?
-Less polymer volume to start the process
-The Ability to produce composite and bicomponent nanofibers
-Precise control of feeding rate
-Closed system for polymer feeding
-Changeable collector types and collection area
-Changeable process direction

Who is Inovenso?
Inovenso is a worldwide laboratory products manufacturer. We are focused on different equipments :
– Electrospinning devices for both lab-scale and industrial scale.
– Syringe Pumps
– Spin Coates
– Consumables.
We have local agents in more than 10 countries, and our machines are being used in more than 200 establishments in over 25 countries.
Wherever you are, Inovenso is able to provide you with the best technology for the most competitive prices.

Why would I choose Inovenso over other competitors?
In our business, customers can find two kinds of companies. The western companies, with their high quality but also high prices. And eastern companies, with their middle quality but low prices. And then you can find INOVENSO. What makes us unique is our high quality, so approved by our list of proud references and our competitive prices.

Where are you located?
We are located in Instanbul, Turkey. But we also have our local agents in:

North America: USA, Canada, Mexico
South America: Colombia
Oceania: Australia
Asia: Singapore, Taiwan, Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, India.
Africa: Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia.

Installation and training?
To all our customers no matter where they are, we offer in-site installation and training, they are performed by an authorized engineer of Inovenso Ltd Co. in our customer’s facility.
Installation and training take 1 day. The training includes following sections;
• Basics of electrospinning
• Principles of design, safety restrictions in use
• Functions, set up of all parts of machine
• Optimizing of production parameters
• Electrospinning of TPU polymer solution

If I order the machine in how long will I receive it?
We are dedicated to ship the machines to our customers as fast as possible. It takes 6 to 8 weeks to receive the machine, depending on heavy/normal manufacturing seasons.