At BIG-nano, we pride ourselves in our revolutionary meltblown technology.

Using our refined nozzle design, we specialize in the production of nanoscale fibers opposed to microscale fibers, thus, allows us to create a higher quality fibrous media

Additionally, as a result of our extensive nanofiber research and development and we have been successful in producing media from low melt viscosity polymers.

While conventional meltblown systems only produce microfiber nonwovens, BIG-nano’s meltblown nonwoven media is made with blends of nanofibers and microfibers.

What is Meltblown Nonwoven Fabric?

Meltblown nonwoven fabric is flexible sheet or web made from a blend of melted polymer fibers of different lengths extruded through blowing gas. The membrane produced, is made up of randomly deposited fibers and bonded together by chemicals, machines, heat, or solvents. 

Meltblown nonwoven fabrics are often used in filtration, sorbents, construction, apparels, and drug delivery systems.

Differences in Conventional Melt-blown, Electrospinning & BIG-nano Melt-blown