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Completing the circuit
Three German companies have joined forces to work on a project aimed at the development of nonwoven-based printed circuit boards and actuators that are fire resistant, flexible and possess suitable drape for apparel applications.
SNW meets Henkel
Partners join NatureWorks at Index
At the ongoing Index trade fair in Geneva, bioploymers supplier NatureWorks (NW) and its supply chain partners are showcasing the latest developments in nonwoven applications for Ingeo, the company’s portfolio of polylactic acid (PLA) performance materials.
Suominen launches high performance wipes
Finland-based nonwovens supplier Suominen has launched a new wetlaid nonwoven substrate for professional wipes, which is said to be the strongest wipes material on the market – both wet and dry.
Portable nanofibre production
In the USA, a lightweight and portable fabrication device which can quickly produce nanofibres with precise control over fibre orientation has been developed by researchers at the Harvard John A.
Lenzing ups Tencel production
Lenzing is expanding the production capacities of its Tencel fibre at its Heiligenkreuz site in Burgenland, Austria.
Contamination prevention for nonwovens
Textile testing company Uster Technologies will present its fibre cleaning systems at nonwoven exhibition Index next month.
Cotton benefits oil spill remediation
Finer raw cotton in loose form performs best for absorbing oil, beneficial for environmental clean-ups following oil spills, according to the Institute of Environmental and Human Health (TIEHH) at Texas Tech University.
Fibertex increases prices
Significant raw material price increases have forced Fibretex Nonwovens to increase prices with immediate effect, the company has announced.
Covestro updates on CO2 foam
Polymer materials manufacturer Covestro has commenced industrial production of CO2-based foam for items including mattresses and upholstered furniture from its plant in Dormagen, Germany.
 
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