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Increased throughput for spunbond
XZ 89461.00, a new experimental polyethylene fibre grade resin from Dow, extends the company’s Aspun resin portfolio for mono and bicomponent spunbound nonwovens for hygiene and medical applications.
PGI’s Arium advantages
During 2011, Polymer Group (PGI) started-up new lines at Suzhou in China and at Waynesboro, Virginia, USA, to bring its proprietary spunmelt equipment to nearly 80% of total nonwovens capacity.
Neumag line for India
Goldman Sachs has famously predicted that India’s economy will exceed that of Europe and Japan by 2030 and that of the US by 2045, as a result of the increase in household incomes and predicted growth in the agriculture, manufacturing and service sectors.
Like ducks to water with Ecorepel
Ducks can dive under water and re-emerge with their feathers still dry as a result of an oily secretion that makes their plumage repel water.
Nanospider makes cleanroom setting debut
The National Tissue Centre (NTC) in Brno, Czech Republic, has become the first cleanroom to employ an Elmarco Nanospider industrial scale nanofibre nonwovens system.
Cleanroom installation at National
National Nonwovens has installed a new 2.4-metre-wide airlaid needlepunch nonwoven line in a contained, cleanroom environment at its plant in Easthampton, Massachusetts, USA.
Airlaid gains, but little weight loss
The latest Freedonia market report on the global nonwovens industry predicts only a modest decrease in the average weight of materials over the next few years.
Projects boost for UCMTF companies
The French manufacturers of machinery for nonwovens production represented by the UCMTF report major new projects secured at the recent ITMA trade show in Barcelona.
Big potential for packaging
Kellie Solutions is releasing a new study into the application and use of nonwovens in packaging. While packaging end-uses have been known for some time, this sector has been considered to be a small section of the nonwovens mark
New small batch process for tissue growth
An advantageous new semi-continuous web-formation process with the ability to produce small batches of even fibre nonwovens for use as human tissue scaffolds has been developed in Germany.
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