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Cutting carbon with super-insulation
Energy savings estimated at an annual €64,200 per year are being realised via a new roofing system housing nonwoven blankets containing aerogel.
Hemp insulation now fire safe
Breathe natural fibre nonwoven insulation manufactured by UK company Hemp Technology has achieved a Euroclass E classification for reaction to fire, considerably extending its application potential.
Paint bays can clean up with NanoWave
A global manufacturer of business and civilian jets is achieving considerable energy savings as a result of the use of the nanofibre-layered NanoWave nonwoven filter media manufactured by Hollingsworth & Vose (H&V).
Wrapping up the Olympics
Cooley Group, Dow Chemical, Rainier Industries and Shade Worldwide are working on a fabric wrap that will encircle London’s Olympic Stadium during the Olympic and Paralympic Games next year.
Six of the best for Huafon
Huafon Microfibre (Shanghai), one of the largest producers of synthetic leather in China, has purchased six complete needling installations from Germany’s DiloGroup for the production of high quality synthetic leather from islands-in-the-sea microfibr
Polyester initiatives at Colbond
Consumers will increasingly drive industrial businesses to manufacture products with acceptable end-of-life solutions and made increasingly from renewable resources and recycled materials, Low & Bonar believe
Geosynthetics is a growing business!
Following its acquisition in May of Tubex – the largest European producer of tree shelters which dramatically improve the survival and growth rates of broadleaf saplings and vines – Fiberweb is investing €6 million in a new geotextile li
QuietShield for the 2012 Buick Verano
Federal-Mogul’s QuietShield GRN – green nonwoven – insulation, first used in the 2010 Buick LaCrosse, will now be used by General Motors to help eliminate cabin noise in the new 2012 Buick Verano.
Ahlstrom to make reinforcements in China
Nonwovens leader Ahlstrom Corporation is to begin manufacturing glass fibre reinforcements for composites to be empoyed in the wind energy market in China at its Binzhou plant, in the Shandong province on China’s eastern coast.
On course with China’s plan
Hong Kong-headquartered Costin New Materials is to vastly increase its capacity for both recycled fibres and nonwovens and is also exploring new applications in composites.
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