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Growing demand for Xantu.Layr
New Zealand-headquartered Revolution Fibres is increasing its production to meet growing worldwide demand for its Xantu.Layr nanofibre nonwoven veil in composites.
ELG teams up with Adesso
ELG Carbon Fibre based in Coseley, UK will work with China’s Chery and Adesso Advanced Materials on the use of recycled carbon fibre nonwovens in new automotive applications.
New nonwovens site for Asahi
Asahi Kasei’s Fibres and Textiles business unit has added a new production facility for Bemliese cupro continuous-filament nonwoven fabric in Nobeoka, Miyazaki, Japan.
High speed capabilities from Trützschler
Trützschler Nonwovens will platform its new High-Speed Foulard for the application of liquid binding agents application at Index 17, said to increase the production speed of lightweight webs by up to 50 per cent thanks to roll optimisation and improved sub-components.
Dryer developments from Brückner
Nonwovens and textiles finishing specialist Brückner will present the Supra-Flow BH belt dryer, developed for the air-through drying of light hydroentangled nonwovens, with a recently improved design at Index 17, to be held 4-7 April in Geneva, Switzerland.
Anti-static fibre from Kelheim
Viscose speciality fibre manufacturer Kelheim Fibre has developed a new fibre – Electra – which can be used to dissipate statics charges. The company now testing the possibility of the fibres use with sensitive electronic components.
No glue needed?
Aurizon Ultrasonics will showcase its adhesive-free elastic entrapment system at Index 17.The system comprises a rotary ultrasonic bonder that creates bond points in nonwoven materials adjacent to a reduced diameter, elongated elastic strand.
Trützschler cooperates on recycled PET yarn
Dr. Lassad Nasri, senior manager of technology and product management, Trützschler Switzerland, reports on a new technology from Trützschler and EREMA for production of BCF yarn from recycled PET.
Curt G. Joa celebrates 85th anniversary
Machinery manufacturer Curt G. Joa will soon celebrate its 85th anniversary. The company’s accomplishments include the first Joa rotary mill, a flying splice, vertical stacker, Cut at Tape Speed (CATS) unit, web velocity modulator, Single Transfer Insert Placement Process (STIPP) unit and the No Scrap Ear (NoSE) unit for diaper producti
Nonwovens benefit wound healing
New nonwoven technology from Freudenberg is helping make drug treatment delivery more precise and the wound healing process faster.
 
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