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Basic Lab Unit

The Basic Lab Unit is an easy to use and safe system for production of nanofibrous membranes by electrospinning. lt is composed by:

- High Voltage Power Supply;

- Different possibility of Collectors (in this case Drum Collector can roto-sliding);

- Syringe Pump;

- Adjustable  Support and Needle Holder.


The system is housed in a transparent theca made of anodized aluminium and polycarbonate. Special care is taken in the choice of materials. The work surface as well as all the parts that compose every collectors type, are electrically inert, to prevent electrical discharges, and solvent-resistant material.

A PLC manages all the operations, and the friendly graphics interface of the touch screen makes the process very easy to set-up and control.

User’s safety is guaranteed by:

– Exhaust ventilation predisposition;

– Automatic safety switch for openings;

– Emergency stop push button;

– Walls shatterproof.


An internal lamp makes the electrospinning process more visible.

On demand it is possible to conncet a climate system to perform Humidity and Temperature in the electrospinning machine.




Dimension 700x700x1000 mm
Work volume  0,5 m3
Weight  150 Kg
Frame material Alluminio Anodizzato
Work surface material POM
Panel material Polycarbonate
HMI Touch-Screen Panel
Machine Control PLC
HV Power Supply 0 – 40 kV
Certification CE

Drum Collector

Max Diameter 50 mm
Min Diameter 2 mm
Lenght 120 mm
Drum Material Alluminium
Max speed 7000 rpm (diam. 50 mm)750 rpm (diam. 2 mm)
Motor Brushless
Motor Control PLC + Drive
Chassis collector material POM
Others collectors on demand Static Flat Plate; XY Moving Plate

Feeding system

Max Pumps number 2
Max Syringe number per pumps 1
Syringe Volume up to  30 ml
Min flow rate 0,1 μl/hr (with syringe of 1ml)
Max flow rate 280 ml/hr (with syringe of 30ml)
Motor Stepper
Accuracy ± < 0.5%
Riproducibility ±  0.1%

Exhaust ventilation system required

Max air flow rate 180 m3/hr
Min air flow rate 60 m3/hr
Hole diameter 150 mm


Download Basic Lab Unit Documentation

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