The Electrospinning System: E-Spintronic
In laboratory and production the electrospinning system or electrospray system is versatile.
Because of the user-friendly handling, a user-friendly programming and the application of high standards, working with the device is very simple.
X-Y-Stage with collector or rotations unit for horicontal oder vertical working
travel range: 140 x 140 mm, speed: v = 1-600 mm/min (Fig. 3)
Rotary Unit for vertical or horicontal working
rotary speed: 1-500 1/min
1. vertical working (Fig. 4)
2. horizontal working (Fig. 5)
|Fig.3 X-Y-stage with collector
|| Fig.4 rotary unit with collector
|| Fig.5 rotary unit with collector
CNC Control Unit (linear and circular interpolation) für X-Y-table und rotary unit,
10,2 Zoll touchscreen-display, high-voltage-surces adjustable up to 80 KV
Nozzle pump for pump volumes up to 60 ml; pumping rate 0,042 mm/h - 3,7 mm/min
Z-Axis with motor for adjustable the jetlenght (20 -300 mm), moveable for anode and spinningnozzle
Clamp mounting for anode (anode d 20 - d 100 mm possible).
Pneumatic nozzle cleaning
IR- Lamp for heat source to vaporization the solvent
System Cabine with operating door and safety lock
Ground Switch to discharge the high voltage
Air supply/exhaust ventilation for working cabine
- diverse Chucks
- diverse Anodes
- diverse Nozzles for spinning
- rotations Electrodes (collectors)
Dimensions: width 1350 mm
depth 800 mm (with mousepad)
height 930 mm (without groundtable)
height 1660 mm (with groundtable)
Cooperation partners and division of responsibilities
Erich Huber GmbH produces an electrospinning system which allows various materials to be spun to textile-like substrates. These can then be populated with cells for various tissue engineering applications. INNOVENT has experience in the production of such matrices. Amedrix already produces collagen gels as medical products. However, none of these collagen gels has been able to be used as a matrix for the production of cartilage replacement material with the dimensional stability, strength and resilience necessary for ear or laryngeal cartilage. The cooperation of the parties is intended to result in the production of new matrices, which will be tested as tissue replacement materials suitable for use on patients in the hospital and polyclinic for ear, nose and throat diseases, plastic and esthetic surgery of the Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany.