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"Hello Masoud,   I though you may be interested in testing inorganic SiO2 nanofibers for improving mechanical proeprties of asphalt.We have been testing SiO2 nanofibers in geopolymers and we reached very godd improvement of its mechanical…"
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Industrial production of inorganic nanofibers and coordination of R&D projects for developing final applications of inorganic nanofibers in industrial products.
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Inorganic nanofibers available on industrial scale

Posted on April 28, 2011 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Kertak Nanotechnology s.r.o. (Ltd.) is a supplier of inorganic nanofibers produced by industrial-scale electrospinning technology. Thanks to this technology we take the position of the world leader in the production of electrospun inorganic nanofibers!

 

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