The aim of this study was to test a simple and inexpensive method of electrospinning in order to produce narrow diameter nanofibers for industrial applications. The zirconium oxide nanofiber is made by electrospinning on an aluminum plate. In this method, a high voltage is applied between the needle of a syringe and an aluminum plate. A viscous liquid is poured into the syringe and a jet is produced on the desired plate due to high voltage. The crystalline structure and morphology of the produced nanofibers were studied by XRD and SEM. Results showed that nanofibers with a smaller diameter were produced at higher annealing temperatures.