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    Pyrograf Products, Inc. (PPI) is one of the leading producers of carbon nanofibers worldwide PPI focuses on manufacturing high-quality, low-cost carbon nanofibers utilizing the proprietary and...
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    MemPro is a private company focused on commercialization of nanofiber products. As the global supplier of nanofiber materials, MemPro serves many markets including Aerospace Components, Automotive...
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    Elmarco is the industry's first supplier of industrial scale nanofiber production equipment. Partnerships with global industrial leaders and universities form the foundation for success of the...
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    SkySpring Nanomaterials offers nanoparticles, nanopowders, micron powders, and CNTs (carbon nanotubes) in small quantities for researchers and in bulk quantities for industry groups. Our expertise in...
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    Inovenso is a worldwide laboratory equipments manufacturer that provides high quality and user-friendly devices for nanofiber based researches. Our headquarter is in Istanbul, and we operate in the...
  • Article - 28 Sep 2001
    Fillers such as carbon nanotubes and nanofibres can be used in polymer matrix nanocomposites. Matrices include polymers such as polyamides, polyesters, polycarbonates etc. Applications include...
  • Article - 6 Jun 2018
    This article discusses how to control the distribution and agglomeration of silver nanoparticles on polyamide nanofibers.
  • Article - 23 Aug 2017
    Research Bioengineers at the United States Army Soldier Systems Center in Natick, Massachusetts have recently developed fabrics that are embedded with nanofibers and hydrogel particles.
  • Article - 24 Nov 2017
    Carbon nanomaterials consist of a range of carbon allotropes including carbon nanofibers, carbon nanotubes, graphene, and graphene oxide, each displaying unique properties in mechanical strengths,...
  • Article - 24 Nov 2017
    Various synthetic materials including metals, ceramics and ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) have found some success when used as replacement materials for human cartilage.