Multi-Layered Carbon Filter
Meltblown Triple Filter Layer
Melt blowing is a conventional way of making micro- and nanofibers. Unlike traditionally woven fibers, the melt blowing process weaves an intricate web for filtering gas and air.
Activated Carbon Layer
Activated carbon is an incredibly porous surface that is used in gas filtration to trap oil vapors, odors, and other hydrocarbons from the air.
Nonwoven fabrics provide a myriad of specific functions including filtration, use as a bacterial barrier, and sterility. This is why non-woven fabrics are commonly found in hospital-grade materials.