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Fibre developments from Beaulieu
European polypropylene (PP) staple fibre producer Beaulieu Fibres International will launch a new range of fibres at nonwovens conference Index.
Monadnock uses renewable energy
Monadnock Non-Wovens (MNW) is now manufacturing all of its products using renewable electricity.
Huafon Microfiber orders 10 Dilo lines
Artificial leather producer Huafon Microfiber Co. has ordered 10 complete needling lines with DiloGroup for its new plant in Qidong, Jiangsu Province, China.
BASF launches aqueous acrylic binder
BASF has launched a new aqueous acrylic binder for nonwovens, which is said to meet the necessary requirements for thermo-dimensional stability. The Acronal 2434 is suitable for nonwovens that are used in construction and abrasive applications.
Mogul ups spunlace capacity
Mogul has increased its nonwoven spunlace production by adding a cross-lapped spunlace line at its plant in Luleburgaz near Istanbul, Turkey. The new technology, branded Durell, supplements Mogul’s existing production of its Aqualace parallel-laid spunlace.
Johns Manville ups spunbond prices
Johns Manville, manufacturer of nonwovens from glass fibres, polyester and polypropylene, is set to increase prices for polyester spunbond nonwovens by 8 per cent.
Sustainability focus from Advansa
European polyester fibre producer Advansa, a supplier to the nonwoven wallpaper industry, will highlight its portfolio of “responsibility produced” fibres at Index
Mitsui ups breathable films production
Mitsui Chemicals has successfully started up manufacturing facilities for breathable films at Mitsui Hygiene Materials (Thailand) Co. Ltd., a manufacturer and distributor of nonwovens and breathable films for use in diapers, to cope with growing demands throughout East and Southeast As
Pegas Nonwovens eyes South Africa
Pegas Nonwovens SA has confirmed its intention to invest in a production plant in South Africa, planned to be in operation by the end of next ye
Simulation tool for nonwoven production
The Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics ITWM in Kaiserslautern has developed a new Fibre Dynamics Simulation tool (FIDYST tool) which simulates the movement of fibres in turbulent air flows and will reportedly benefit nonwoven producti
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