The know-how for the development of nanofibrous applications for air filtration has been established under the guidance of L. Mareš since 2006. During this time a comprehensive know-know has been developed, which includes:
- Recipes for nanofiber applications in the field of air filtration in buildings.
- Industrial recipes for the first generation of nanofiber windows, including both the production of the nanofiber layer and the so-called after-treatment process.
- Laboratory procedure for spinning of polymers for industrial filtration at high temperatures.
In 2017, we entered into a partnership with Applinno for the Chinese market in air filtration area. The first industrially
produced mesh was delivered to the Chinese market. And this product was awarded the Top 10 Products at most prestigious
Chinese high-tech trade fair in Shenzhen.
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During the process of experimental and industrial research and development, extensive know-how was developed for all
phases of the development and production process, enabling the transfer of know-how abroad and the rapid start of industrial production.
- Knowledge of electrospinning process
- Experience with up-scalling of applications – from laboratory development to industrial production
- Process and technological conditions for production
- Optimalization of the roduction process
- Transfer of know-how abroad
- Characterization and standardization of nanofibrous materials
- Expert services
Know-how for development of nanofiber applications for water filtration arises under management of L. Mareš since 2006. During this time an integrated know-how was invented and includes:
- a recipe for producing a fourth generation of nanofibrous microfiltration membrane for water filtration,
- new generation of membrane for energy-free water filtration
- the prototype of a filter device for water filtration without the use of electrical energy.
In 2017 a Memorandum of Understanding was signed with SmVaK and joint testing of membranes developed by us under the conditions of the water system. Testing of the prototype also takes place in Tanzania
Know-how consists of forms of intellectual property protection, industrial recipe and trade secret.
During research and development, extensive know-how has been formed for all stages of the development and manufacturing process, enabling transfer of know-how and rapid start-up of industrial production. The basic elements of know-how are:
- knowledge of electrospinning processes,
- experience with up-scalling of applications - from laboratory development to industrial production,
- process and technological conditions for production,
- optimaliization of the production process,
- transfer of know-how abroad,
- characterization and standardization of nanofibrous materials,
- expert services.