HIFYBER Technology

HIFYBER nanofibers are produced using wire electrospinning technology, providing continuous and uniform nanofibers, in a membrane or coated format. Our core focus is nanofiber development. Nanofibers are a new class of materials used in filtration, personal care, wipes, medical, composites, textile, and countless other emerging applications.

What is
Nanofiber ?

“Nano” technically refers to physical size within the scale of a billionth of the reference unit. For comparison, 1 nanometer is 25 million times smaller than an inch. “Nanofibers” are fibers with diameters in the nanometer range.

Nanofibers are produced in the form of spiderweb-like structures. Because of its relative ease of use and ability to fabricate nanofibers, electrospinning is one of the most commonly used methods for the production of nanofibers.

The nanofibers we work with are hundreds of times thinner than the human hair. The usual fiber diameter range is between 100 - 200 nm. Thanks to this, nanofiber layers have quite unique properties:

High surface area-to-volume ratio
High porosity
Small pore dimensions

Nanofiber layers fabricated via electrospinning offer great flexibility, high surface area, and a porous structure.
HIFYBER nanofiber filter media produced from specific polymers consist of a dense network of nanofibers with an average thickness of 100 - 200 nm, 1000 times smaller than a human hair!

Filtration Industry and
Nanofiber Technology

In the filtration industry, nanofiber webs are able to capture very small particles due to their extremely small pores. This produces high porosity and void volume, thus providing extremely low air resistance and higher flow. By adjusting the quantity of nanofibers on substrates, we can target specific particle size removal and reach desired fractional efficiency levels as required in customer applications.


*HIFYBER nanofiber synthetic and blend product series offer an excellent balance between particle capture and low pressure drop.