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FibeRio debuts Fibre Engine FX Series nanofibre technology
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Nov '14
FibeRio Technology Corporation has launched a new generation of Forcespinning technology specifically designed to meet the production needs of fine fibre media producers and converters.

FibeRio says the introduction of the Fibre Engine FX Series takes the economics of nanofibre production to levels never achieved before.

“The benefits of nanofibers are now commercially viable for nonwovens media applications like air and liquid filtration, apparel, acoustic insulation, energy, packaging and other markets,” it informs.

“The new FX Series offers reliable, low cost deployment of a wide range of polymers in a fine fiber format,” the Company said.

The Fibre Engine FX was designed with a modular and expandable architecture and is therefore configurable for 1.1 meter (FX1100) or 2.2 meter (FX2200) line widths.

With a total output of up to 200 grams per minute and compatible with line speeds of up to 200 meters per minute, the FX can be installed in-line with meltblown or other nonwoven processing equipment.

For a media designer, this means extracting maximum benefit from the high performance nanofibre layers where it actually matters, whether it’s improved hydrostatic head, air permeability, filtration efficiency, pressure drop, breathability, conductivity, or acoustic and thermal impedance.

“The Fibre Engine FX is the culmination of extensive engineering and process development work to match the high performance needs of our diverse customer base and their applications,” said CEO, Ellery Buchanan.

“Our customers depend on us for a complete solutions package, to not only mitigate their risk, but to get their end products to market more quickly,” Buchanan added.

FibeRio says it is the efficiency and performance layer expert offering composite media improvement services including nanofibre membrane development, pilot production for limited launches.

“The Fibre Engine FX delivers on industry’s need for high output, versatile, yet economic nanofibre production solutions,” it states. (AR)

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