Cotton Inc March 2021
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ONTARIO – BIG-nano Corporation is involved in three of 12 projects that are receiving more than $27 million in funding from Next Generation Manufacturing Canada (NGen), the industry-led not-for-profit organisation that leads the country’s Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster.

BIG-nano has developed a proprietary gas-assisted jetting process to manufacture nanofibres. Its technique streams high-velocity gas through a needle, while a polymer liquid solution is simultaneously accelerated to the tip of the same nozzle. The two streams interact, bringing the polymer from molten to fibre state and producing a poly (vinyl alcohol) nonwoven fibre mat.

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