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AUCKLAND – Following a large-scale expansion carried out over the past year, nanofibre manufacturer Revolution Fibres has now renamed itself NanoLayr.

The New Zealand company, founded in 2009, has moved into a new 5,50-square-metre facility in Auckland equipped with five of its customised sonic electrospinning machines.

“An increasing number of industries are embracing what nanofibres can do to make products better and stronger, to maximise performance, and establish competitive advantage,” said CEO Ray Connor. “We have been a pioneer of advanced nanofibre technology using our proprietary sonic electrospinning process to manufacture nanofibre products, including filter media for N95 and N99 face masks and the collagen skincare product ActivLayr. Our focus is to maximise the potential of our platform technology.”

The company’s expansion has been in response to global demand for nanofibre solutions across a wide range of sectors, including filter media, skincare, and sound insulation for the construction and furniture industries.  


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