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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.
FET line for UMass
Fibre Extrusion Technology, based in Leeds, UK, (FET) has installed an FET-100 Series multifunctional laboratory melt spinning system at the University of Massachusetts (UMas
Sensor technology at Techtextil
BST ProControl will demonstrate its sensor portfolio for the measurement and quality assurance of flat material webs and technical textiles at Techtextil Frankfurt.
Magic formula for new bio-SAPs
Pictured at Index 17 in Geneva last week is the team from converting company Magic, based in Oleggio, Italy, which claimed the show’s Innovation Award for Raw Materials for its Spongel superabsorbent powder.
Odour management from Henkel
Henkel, a supplier of adhesives to the hygiene industry, is presenting its new technology for reducing, neutralising, or augmenting malodor in personal hygiene products at Index 2017.
Flushable nonwovens from Nanoval
A new process for the spinning of fully flushable cellulose nonwovens from a lyocell spin-dope has been developed by Nanoval, based in Berlin, Germany.
Nanofibres benefit air filtration
At the National University of Singapore (NUS), thin, see-through air filters have been made from a new nanofibre solution. They are capable of removing up to 90 per cent of PM2.
Recycled carbon nonwovens for rail vehicles
As it continues qualification work for its recycled carbon nonwovens with a number of automotive brands, ELG Carbon Fibre provided details of a novel composite bogie frame for rail vehicles at this week’s JEC World in Paris.
Americhem softeners for nonwovens
Americhem Europe, provider of colour and additive solutions for synthetic fibres, will feature its mBrace softening additives at nonwovens exhibition Index next month.
Fameccanica and Bicma end patent dispute
Fameccanica Data S.p.A. and Bicma Hygiene Technologie have reached a confidential settlement ending a patent infringement dispute relating to Fameccanica patent EP1941853 concerning a method for producing sanitary articles with ‘zero-waste’ side panels.
 
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