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4 Technical Breakthroughs make this filter revolutionary:
Nano-particles pose a health threat, as particles with small nm-diameter can permeate human tissue + organs. Our sorbent particles, having
micron-range diameters that are +/-1,000x larger than nano-particles, virtually eliminate this health threat.
Today's nanotechnology filters rely on membrane nano-fibers, embedded into conventional membrane fibers, to deliver their enhanced
performance. Our filter uses 100% nanostructured particles, not nano-fibers diluted with conventional membrane fibers, to deliver superior
Today's nanotechnology filters use fixed sorbent bed or static fiber placement designs that reduce filter life by restricting sorbent movement.
Our filter incorporates active filter bed + self-cleaning membrane functions to offset particulate agglomeration, know in micro and nanotological
applications to degrade sorbent capacity + filter life.
The traditional method of making nano-fibers is electrospinning, which often requires dangerous solvents. New extrusion methods like meltblowing
+ nanotubing produce nano-fibers that lack the uniformity electrospun fibers possess. Our sorbent particles are manufactured using a
proprietary process that is safe, simple and inexpensive.