A Greek company is looking for alternative uses of melt blown fabric used in face masks

Summary: A Greek SME company active in the production of face masks, using melt blown, non-woven material, made of polypropylene, is looking for other uses of this fabric. The company is looking for research institutes or companies that own technology and knowhow for using the fabric in other sectors for producing new products or services. The types of partnership considered is license or commercial agreement. Description Description: 

The Greek SME company is active in producing three layered, type II and type IIR, disposable surgical facemasks. The company established in March 2020, during the first COVID 19 crisis. The company manufactures surgical masks with bacterial filtration efficiency using a state-of-the art production unit. The company produces also its raw material, called filter melt blown. The melt blown material is made from pure polypropylene and is an electrostatically charged fabric designed for high bacterial filtration efficiency.

The company is looking for alternative uses or solutions of the melt blown fabric. The company is interested to purchase the suggested manufacturing or transformative technology for producing new products or services. Type of partnering considering is commercial or licensing agreement depending on the offer of the partner.

Technical Specification or Expertise Sought Cooperation sought: The company is looking for research institutes or companies active mainly in the filed of filtration that own a technology or the knowhow for using the melt blown fabric in other sectors (e.g. water and air filters). Properties Fabric Weights (gsm)= 25, Bacterial Filtration Efficiency (%) >98Differential Pressure (Pa)

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