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FABRICATION TECHNOLOGY

Bioinicia Fabrication

Electrospinning and electrospraying are among the techniques most commonly employed by Bioinicia in the preparation of materials, and they constitute unique platforms through which superior products have been delivered to our partners Particularly, Bioinicia is specialized in multi-axial, multicomponent fiber and particle production thanks to our proprietary emitter designs that are at the core of all Fluidnatek equipment

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FLUIDNATEK EQUIPMENT

Bioinicia

Bioinicia offers a line of materials manufacturing equipment that scales from table-top equipment for the lab space to fully automated equipment for industrial manufacturing. All equipment is functionally identical, i.e. manufacturing recipes developed on a table-top R&D system are guaranteed to run and produce identical results on the industrial system (FULL SCALABILITY FROM LAB TO FAB)

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WIDE RANGE OF MATERIALS

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Bioinicia is able to process inorganic and organic materials from aqueous and organic solvents. Our Fluidnatek equipment effectively allows processing of mono-axial and multi-axial core-shell materials with a straightforward plug-in technology. Bioinicia has special focus on bio-materials with extensive knowledge in the specific requirements of the food, cosmetics, pharmaceutical and biomedical areas

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BIOINICIA AT A GLANCE

Bioinicia is an engineering company dedicated to the development and manufacturing of equipment to fabricate novel materials and also nanomaterials. We offer consulting, materials and process development services to universities, research centres and to the industry too. Our technology can be applied in areas as diverse as filtration, plastic fibres, pharma, encapsulation, textiles, purification, packaging, nutrition, controlled release, implants, etc.

Our company vision is to become a worldwide leader in the development, manufacturing and marketing of products and services using electrospinning and electrospraying processes, generally known as electro-hydrodynamic atomization techniques (EHDA).

Bioinicia was founded in June 2009 as a consulting company in nanotechnology and became a technological spin-off of the Spanish Council for Scientific Research in 2012 after incorporating CSIC technologists, engineers and managers from different fields and countries. The engineering brand Fluidnatek was created in 2012. This brand comprises the design and fit for purpose manufacturing of a unique range of laboratory, pilot plant and industrial equipment.

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INNOVATIVE APPLICATIONS

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  • Nutraceuticals
  • Immobilization of live cells
  • Flavor and fragrance masking
  • Functional foods
  • Food packaging
  • Biomedical & tissue engineering
  • Cosmetics
  • Drug delivery
  • Micro & nano encapsulation
  • Catalysis
  • Energy storage
  • Functional textiles
  • Phase change materials
  • Filtration and separation
  • Affinity membranes
  • Composites and nanocomposites
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NEWS: CEEI – AWARD TO BIOINICIA

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The European Business and Innovation Centre in Valencia (CEEI Valencia) hold their 24th Presentation of Companies, Demo Day, in which nine recently created Valencian companies were awarded. Bioinicia stood out due to its clear differentiation component based on innovation and technology.

Bioinicia presented its eStreching processing technology based on electro-hydrodynamics, which allows the development and production of equipment and new materials applicable to the pharma, food and biomedical sectors, among many others.

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BIOINICIA IN THE WORLD

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Many customers around the world have already trusted Bioinicia, very rapidly increasing its installed base of electrospinning and electrospraying Fluidnatek equipment.

CONTACT US

Our Clients say:

Excellent support and equipment. The customised Fluidnatek equipment was delivered promptly to our lab.
Chris Sammon - Sheffield Hallam University

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