Activated Filtration Fabric

Market Overview:

This technology features fibrous activated materials that can remove and /or deactivate potentially dangerous agents from a gas or an air stream. This technology also features methods of forming such fibrous activated materials. These materials are multi-layered that includes one or more fibrous nonwoven interceptor layers and one or more active layers immediately adjacent the interceptor layer. The interceptor layer is a fibrous membrane of very low basis weight, small in size and defines a relatively low porosity. The active layer includes a functional chemistry that can collect, adhere, or otherwise bond a threat agent onto the surface of the fiber and/or decontaminate a threat agent contained in an airstream passing through the material.


· Protective garments, face masks, tents, blankets, sleeping bags, filter medium, and the like

· Used in military, first responder and medical personnel apparel


· Low weight material and comfort to the wearer

· Minimized pressure drop across the materials


Inventors:                        Christine Cole, Philip Brown, Kathryn Stevens, Deborah Lickfield

Protection Status:           Patent application has been filed

Licensing Status:            Available for licensing

CURF Ref No:                09-011


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Patent Information:
Advanced Materials
For Information, Contact:
Andy Bluvas
Technology Commercialization Officer
Clemson University Research Foundation
Christine Cole
Philip Brown
Kathryn Stevens
Deborah Lickfield
Textiles/Fibers - Non-Optical/Medical/Other
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