Nano-fibers can delay the virus
The nano-fibers we previously made for membranes can also be used in breathe filters to protect against viruses.
The process of obtaining nanofibres, optimized for video. Nano-threads look like a web
Nano-fibers with an average diameter of 400 nm
Nano-fibres and CoVID-19 virus, size comparison
What does the coronavirus COVID-19 look like in comparison with nano-fibers. Full report here
Nano-fibers on tweezers
Nano-fibers (white) between layers of nonwoven fabric, filter preparation
We fabricated test filters and tested kerosene soot with nano-particles, the average size of which is less than 130 nm.
The distribution of soot particles from kerosene used in the filtering experiment. Source (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1309104215303524)
Samples after nano-particles soot filtration. S - when filtering through standard tissue used in medical masks, N - when filtering through nano-threads. Side dark trace on sample N shows the danger of masked gaps
Filters for a respirator made using nano-fibers
Technical Director Oleg Baranov demonstrates a filter based on nano-fibers
How nano-fibers based filters fit into a respirator
The manufacturing technology of nano-fibers is patented.
(Dmitry Lopatin, Oleg Baranov, Elizaveta Korzhova, as well as with the participation of Professor Viktor Nikonenko and Professor Natalia Pismenskaya).
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