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Class100nanofibers is dedicated to the manufacture of non-woven mats of nanofibers and is based in Lincoln, NE. In addition to the their regular stock of products that include biodegradable and inorganic nanofibers mats produced in clean environments to suit the most demanding customer needs, the company also contracts R&D for designing specialized nanofibers mats.

Class100nanofibers manufacturer of non-woven mats of nanofibers

Lincoln, NE | Posted on July 29th, 2008

Class100nanofibers high throughput technology allows the company to routinely produce wide non-woven mat rolls of variable thicknesses. Non-woven nanofibers mats are generating considerable attention for its use on tissue engineering, cell culture and specialized nancomposites among many others.

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About Class100nanofibers
Our company is dedicated to the manufacturing of high quality nanofibers made from a broad variety of biopolymers, orgnanic polymers, inorganic and hybrid materials. Our team of experts is ready to work with you to develop the materials that are just right for your application.

Our team of engineers has a variety of modern analytical and materials
design tools to meed to toughest challenges. Our nanofibers are fabricated
on a certified, state of the art ISO Class 5 (Class 100) facility.

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Contacts:
Raffet Velarde
Phone: 402-323-0700
Fax: 402-472-4203

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