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Growth predicted for nonwoven filter media
LONDON –The nonwoven filter media market is projected to grow at a CAGR of close to 7 per cent until 2021, according to new research which profiles industry vendors including 3M, Ahlstrom, Cummins Filtration and Freudenberg.
Automotive carpet insulation from Autoneum
ZURICH – Automotive insulation manufacturer Autoneum, showcased its new needle-punch carpet system, Tune-It, at the Automotive Acoustics Conference in Zurich, Switzerland.
Trützschler introduces new tuft blender
MÖNCHENGLADBACH – Machinery manufacturer Trützschler has released its new tuft feeding machine, T-Blend. This technology is said to be faster, more reliable and work with capacities of up to 2000kg per hour.
Starring roles for nonwovens
BRADFORD – Nonwovens have more than a walk-on part in Transformers: The Last Knight, the Hollywood blockbuster which has just been released in UK cinemas.
Hassan benefits from Dilo machinery
Aerogels and nonwovens for FR insulation
Composite solutions for infrastructure
LEEDS – European manufacturers of geosynthetics are increasingly turning to customised solutions to meet specific infrastructural problems, in order to differentiate themselves from “me too” manufacturers.
Technical Absorbents at Nonwovens Network
BRADFORD – The 2017 edition of the Nonwovens Network seminar, held this week in Bradford, UK, was focused on sustainable strategies, with presentations from companies including machinery manufacturer LaRoche, ELG Carbon Fibre and Interface.
IAC to join GM in Arlington
TEXAS – International Automotive Components (IAC), the manufacturer of automotive interior components, including nonwoven-based acoustics and floorcoverings, is one of a number of suppliers who will be introducing operations at the new General Motors Arlington Assembly supplier park in Texas.
Hygiene manufacturer introduces Tresu printers
KOLDING – Slovakia's leading manufacturer of feminine hygiene products, SCA Gemerská Hôrka, has introduced four colour Tresu flexo printing units to a number of its converting lines, which will increase production speed and quality while reducing waste, according to the business.
 
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