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NWI opens new facility
The Nonwovens Institute (NWI) has officially opened new facilities at its base at the North Carolina State University.
Mitsui Chemicals develops Airyfa
Mitsui Chemicals has developed Airyfa, billed as the world’s first high strength flexible nonwoven.
High-Tech adds wipes options
Cleaning products manufacturer High-Tech Conversions has added four new pre-saturated wipe options to its product portfolio, including nonwoven options.
Donaldson acquires Hy-Pro Filtration
Filtration giant the Donaldson Company has acquired Hy-Pro Corporation. Hy-Pro designs and manufactures filtration systems and replacement filters for stationary hydraulic and industrial lubrication filtration applications.
Nordson patent updates
The Shanghai Intellectual Property Court has ruled two products from DC Spray Coating System Fabricating Co., Ltd., a company located in the Fujian Province, Southeast China, infringe patents held by adhesive dispensing equipment manufacturer Nordson.
Spray applicator claims eco benefits
Baldwin Technology Company will showcase its spray applicator technology for nonwovens and technical textiles finishing at Techtextil Frankfurt next month.
New lab for Low & Bonar
Performance materials manufacturer Low & Bonar has opened a new laboratory to develop filtration solutions to meet the increasing demands for cleaner industrial and automotive air in Arnhem, Netherlands.
Teijin fibres at Techtextil
The Teijin Group’s core aramid-fibres business Teijin Aramid and fibre and products converting business Teijin Frontier Co. will exhibit at nonwovens and technical textiles trade fair Techtextil in Frankfurt, Germany.
Speciality finishes benefit nonwovens
Speciality chemicals company Croda presented its product and technology innovations for the nonwovens supply chain at Index 17 in Geneva, Switzerland, earlier this month.
AI and robotics for the recycling plant
US company Bulk Handling Systems (BHS) has announced the arrival of Max-AI technology – an artificial intelligence that identifies recyclables and other items for recovery in mixed waste streams.
 
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