Nanofibers are an exciting new class of material produced using an innovative manufacturing process technology. These fibers are produced from a variety of polymers in geometrical shapes ranging from nonwoven web, yarn, and bulk structures. The Synthetic polymer nanofibers are made from nylon, acrylic, polycarbonate, polysulfones, and fluropolymers among other polymers. The biological polymer nanofibers are made from materials such as polycaprolactum, chitosan, polylactic acid, and copolymer of polylactic/glycolic acid among other biopolymers. Carbon nanofibers are made by 'eliminating' non-carbon elements from synthetic and biopolymers at high temperatures in an inert environment. Ceramic nanofibers are made from salt of inorganic compounds and subsequently firing the material to form ceramic nanofibers. Each of these nanofibers are being considered for several value added applications, such as: filtration, healthcare, automotive, aerospace, protection technologies, among other many other applications. Learn more about our nanofiber products and applications. For more information please contact us.