The production of nano-fibres is a coating process in which all kinds of substrates [cellulose, spunbond or meltblown] can be coated. Because of the extremely fine fibre diameters involved, countless fibres are coated which often total just a few grams per m².
Because of their excellent release characteristics, nano-fibres can be used on the upstream side of pulse jet filters for pulse jet applications.
Almost no pressure drop and a significantly higher particle efficiency are the main advantages of the nano-fibre process, which we’ve been developing since 2004. This allows us to achieve better re-cleanability and longer filter life in filter elements.