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E-Spin NanoTech

E-Spin NanoTech

E-Spin Nanotech

About the Company

E-Spin Nanotech Pvt. Ltd. is a high-tech enterprise primarily focused on research and development of high quality and cost-effective nano-fiber products. We manufacture electro-spinning units for nano-fibres production for lab as well as industrial applications. The company provides user specific electro-spinning units not only to universities and R&D laboratories but also to other business domains. It fosters research and development in micro/nano fabrication and offers research consultancy in the area of product development and commercialization.

Current Market Landscape

Nanotechnology enables miniaturization and advancement of science and technology. It has improved present technologies in terms of performance, speed and accuracy. It finds its application in every field of life from energy to biomedical applications.

Specifically, investing on product development based on nanotechnology and nano materials can significantly address most of the global issues related to energy, pollution, remediation, sensors and biomedical applications. In such a scenario, huge opportunities are knocking for industry participants to tap this fast growing market.

According to global reports, nanotechnology based research and product developments are emerging as a major share-holder in application and service sectors. Use of nanotechnology has already made a huge impact in electronics, energy, cosmetics, medical, defense and food and agriculture sectors. According to a BCC Research Report, the global nanotechnology industry will grow to reach US$ 75.8 Billion by 2020.


Addressing the Challenges

Currently, Indian manufacturing facilities, quality raw materials, resources and testing facilities for product development are not up to the mark.  E-Spin always faces challenges in product development due to lack of all these essential requirements. In addition to this, availability of skilled persons is big challenge in front of them. E-Spin Nanotech has tried hard to address some of these issues by developing required facility for product development and testing and training the employees in its own premises.


E-Spin Nanotech believes that there is an urgent need to bring innovative and state-of-the-art nanotechnology products/services to better serve the society and their clients in particular. Primarily, their business deals with nano fiber products manufacturing and machine development. Additionally, they also provide nanotechnology consultancy services. The consultancy part helps them to support the client’s organizational progress and also gives them an extra edge over competitors. They have innovated new techniques using high voltage spinning to make very fine fibers (~50 nanometer) by using various polymer melts. Further, they are in process to develop nano-fiber products in various areas such as energy, biotechnology, filtration and automobiles. They provide nano-fibers products and continuous service support to clients so that they feel comfortable and enjoy working with them.

Differentiating Factors

Some of the virtues that give E-Spin Nanotech advantage in the competitive market are listed below:

a.     Highly modular equipment

b.     Extremely cost effective solutions

c.     Strong R&D team giving scientific and technological support



A.   Prof. Ashutosh Sharma,


Department of Chemical Engineering

Indian institute of Technology Kanpur, U. P. (India)

Tel: 0512-2597026     

B.   Dr. Chandra Shekhar Sharma,

Assistant Professor

Department of Chemical Engineering

Indian institute of Technology Hyderabad (India)

Tel: +91-(040) 2301 6112, Fax: +91-(040) 2301 6003

C.      Dr. A. Palaniappan,

Scientist, EEC Division

CSIR-Central Electrochemical Research Institute,

Karaikudi-630006, Tamil Nadu, India

Tel: 0984-072-4579, E-mail:

D.  Dr. SuddhasatwaBasu,

Professor & Head of Chemical Engineering Department

Block II, Room 386

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

HauzKhas, New Delhi - 110 016 (India)

Tel: 91-11-2659 1021, 1035, Fax: 91-11 2658 1120, 2685 1169

E.    Dr. Biman B. Mandal,

Assistant Professor

Room: N 107, Department of Biotechnology

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

Guwahati – 781 039 Assam, INDIA

Tel: +91-361-258 2225, Fax: +91 361 258 2249 (O)

F.     Dr. KingsukMukhopadhyay,

Scientist- E

DMSRDE, GT Road, Ministry of Defence,

Kanpur-208013 India

Tel: 0512-2451759-78, Fax: 0512-2450404


G.   Dr. Menglin Chen,

Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center (iNANO)

Aarhus University

NyMunkegade 120, Building 1521, Room 125

DK-8000 Aarhus C, Denmark


Tel: +45 87 15 58 34, Mobile: +45 20 28 95 06


H.  VahidShabafrooz,

Research Associate

Helmerich Advanced Technology Research Center

School of Materials Science and Engineering

Oklahoma State University

526 N Elgin Ave. Tulsa, Oklahoma 74106

Tel: 918-964-3312, Fax: 270-897-1179


I.      Dr. Lijo Francis,

Postdoctorate Fellow

Water Desalination and Reuse Centre (WDRC)

Building 4, Level 4, Area 4

4700 King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)

Thuwal, 23955-6900, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Tel: 0096 (2) 8082196, Mobile: 0096 544700756

J.      Dr. Enrique Gimenez,

Technical University of Valencia

Department of Mechanical Engineering & Materials

Campus de Vera s/n

46022, Valencia (Spain)

Tel: 963877624 (Ext.:76240), Fax: 963877629 (Ext.:77629)

K.   Dr. KasparsMaleckis,

University of Nebraska- Lincoln

W340 Nebraska Hall (NH) Lincoln, NE 68588-0526 USA

Mobile: +1 402 440 1981

L.    MmeSoleillant Murielle,

CIRIMAT- Universite P. Sabatier,

118 rte de Narbonne - Bat CIRIMAT 31062

Toulouse Cedex 9 France, Tel: +33(0)5.6155.6280

27. Mr./Ms: Leo Ni,

University of Waterloo, Canada


Phone No.: +16475249739


M.Prof.  Mohammed Mizanur Rahman,

Department of Applied Chemistry & Chemical Engineering

University of Dhaka, Bangladesh


Call: +8801911269889

N.   Dr. Praveen Kumar Vemula,

Laboratory of Self-Assembled Biomaterials

Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine (inStem)

National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS)

UAS-GKVK Post, Bellary Road

Bangalore -560 065 India

Ph office: +91-80-67176395

Mobile: +91-96860 11982

O.  Mr./Ms. Eric Bryant,

University of Wyoming

1000 E University Ave, Laramie, WY 82071, United States

Ph: 307-766-5720

Fax: 307-766-2800


Organizational Culture

E-Spin Nanotech focuses on innovation and motivates employees to take risks and innovate in the performance of their jobs. They constantly pay efforts and attention to train their employees and expect them to perform their work with dedication and precision. They emphasize on target-specific approaches and provide their employees all the possible liberties and facilities to achieve them. They have a system which promotes and appreciates organized work activities in the team though they never cease to felicitate the individual outstanding performances within the team.

E-Spin Nanotech always does its business with transparency and integrity. In their team, employees feel free to voice their opinions, ideas and concerns. They take all the criticisms positively and try to improve their organization. They expect their employees to be honest, dedicated and curious towards ongoing advancements in the field. They want to highlight that they involve their employees in all decision-making process so that they feel capable to exert influence in the organization. They believe and promote Communication, Collaboration and Cooperation at all the levels of organization. Teamwork, dialogues and collaboration are regularly emphasized. They ensure a comfortable workplace filled with fun, joy, and enthusiasm. Employees work in an easy, uplifting atmosphere and their achievements are rewarded quarterly.

Harboring Innovation

E-Spin Nanotech always encourages employees who give new ideas and gives project’s ownership to worthy ones. After joining, every employee goes through a rigorous three months training which trains them regarding the technical aspects of the electro-spinning units manufacturing and emerging challenges and requirements of the area.

They have an Innovation cell which conducts regular interaction with experts of fields and available scientists from IIT Kanpur.

Apart from it, based on their requirements and employee’s interest, they send their employees for workshops, short and long term trainings and conferences occurring in the field in the country.

Global Strategy

E-Spin Nanotech mostly does online promotions and display products and solutions in exhibitions and conferences. They feel thankful to their initial customers and the customer chain which has developed over time via their involvements and positive feedbacks.

Quick Facts

1.    Year of founding:24 November 2010

2.    Funding information: 25 Lakh SIDBI seed fund through IIT Kanpur allotted in the year of 2014

3.    Founding members:Dr. Sandip Patil and Ms. Jagruti Patil

4.    Office locations:IIT Kanpur, UP

5.    Company strength: 15