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Facemask Market and Technologies, April 11

Updated: Apr 13, 2023

Join global leading experts at our next course Facemask Market and Technologies, April 11, 2023, 8:00-10:00 am EDT. This course aims to provide the audience with the latest update on the facemask market and a depth understanding of the technologies used to make facemasks, especially meltblown electrostatic changing technologies. We will also address new updates on test methods and testing industry trends, nanofiber, and other new developments, opportunities, and trends.

Course Outline

1. Introduction to Facemasks (Christine Sun)

  • General facemasks and types of use

  • Filtration principle of facemasks

2. Updated Market Analysis (Bob Mcilvaine)

  • Background

  • Market Variables

  • Market Forecast

3. Meltblown Processes and Electrostatic Charging Technologies (Peter Tsai)

  • Meltblowing process parameters and fabric properties

  • Electrostatic charging technologies and charge durability

  • Unique MB characteristics for masks to protect against SARS-CoV-2

4. Nanofiber Technologies in Facemask Applications (Christine Sun)

  • Methods to produce nanofibers

  • Nanofiber facemasks vs. meltblown electret PP facemasks

  • Value proposition

5. Face Mask Performance Requirements and Testing Industry Trends (Sarah Smit)

  • Overview of face mask products and test methods

  • Overview of ASTM F2100 test methods and performance requirements

  • ASTM F2100 current and future work and other face mask industry trends

6. New Developments, Opportunities and Trends (Mehdi Shirmohamadi, Iyad Al-Attar and All)

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