Your Friday dose of beautiful Nanotechnology

Your Friday dose of beautiful Nanotechnology

A quick dose of Nanotechnology for your viewing pleasure. Revolution Fibres loves exploring the benefits nano fibre can bring to products in a wide range of industries. We love it for what it can do, but sometimes we just love it for what it is. Down at the nano level, it can be quite beautiful. Check it out.

Light diffracting of nanofibres being produced through Sonic Electrospinning Technology

Light diffracting of nanofibres being produced through Sonic Electrospinning Technology.

Lycopodium spores caught on the surface of a nanofibre filter

Lycopodium spores caught on the surface of a nano fibre filter.

A Lycopodium spore caught by strands of nanofibre.

A Lycopodium spore caught by strands of nanofibre.

Nanofibre laying over strands of a spider's web

Nanofibre laying over strands of a spider’s web.

Standard Nylon fibres covered in electrospun nanofibres. A fantastic solution for keeping bedding free from dust mite activity through size exclusion. A physical barrier to dust mites that remains breathable and soft.

Standard Nylon fibres covered in electrospun nanofibres. A fantastic solution for keeping bedding free from dust mite activity through size exclusion. A physical barrier to dust mites that remains breathable and soft.

Standard Nylon Fibres

Standard Nylon Fibres without nanofibre, it is very easy for dust mites to migrate through this fabric.

Electrospun Nanofibre on a foam base.

Electrospun Nanofibre on a foam base.

A matrix of electrospun fibre created with Revolution Fibres' proprietary 'Sonic' Electrospinning method

A matrix of electrospun fibre created with Revolution Fibres’ proprietary ‘Sonic’ Electrospinning method.

Lycopodium spores caught in strands of Nanofibre

Lycopodium spores caught in strands of Nanofibre.

ActiVLayr collagen nanofibres infused with grape seed extract

ActiVLayr collagen nanofibres infused with grape seed extract.

Why nanofibres make great filters – small pores with low airflow resistance

Why nanofibres make great filters – small pores with low airflow resistance.

Nanofibres are typically 500x thinner than a human hair

Nanofibres are typically 500x thinner than a human hair.

coloured background of nylon nanofibres

Coloured background of nylon nano fibres.

elastic nanofibres with conductive coating, a new platform for sensing applications in clothing, medical and industrial applications

Elastic nanofibres with conductive coating, a new platform for sensing applications in clothing, medical and industrial applications.

elastic nanofibres with conductive coating, a new platform for sensing applications in clothing, medical and industrial applications

Elastic nanofibres with conductive coating, a new platform for sensing applications in clothing, medical and industrial applications.

nanofibres holding a reactive particle that specifically captures pollutants in a filter application

Nanofibres holding a reactive particle that specifically captures pollutants in a filter application.

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