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Freudenberg expands low emissions portfolio
Freudenberg Sealing Technologies has expanded its LESS – Low Emission Sealing Solution – initiative to include new products designed to address emissions reduction and improve fuel economy challenges in the automotive indust
Sustainable repellents benefit automotives
Filtration Group adds German business
Filtration Group, headquartered in Austin, Texas, is to acquire the industrial filtration business of Germany’s Mah
‘PFOA-free’ repellent for medical nonwovens
Medical products including surgical gowns, masks, drapes and packaging must be able to repel fluids, oil and alcohol, and quickly release stains when laundered.
Self-healing coatings breakthrough
Scientists in America have released details of a research paper on new chemical coatings for self-healing textiles, which they claim can be applied to garments to neutralise toxins and protect the wearer from exposure to pesticides, chemicals or biological attack.
Shemesh nonwovens line for PPMA Total
Shemesh Automation will demonstrate its 'buckets line' at processing and packaging machinery show PPMA Total. The line features FGW-J series’ multiple dosing and filling stations, specified for the wetting process of nonwoven rolls in buckets.
Energy sector to boost nonwoven glass fibre
New research indicates the nonwoven glass fibre prepreg market will be worth US$ 834.5 million by 2021, with a CAGR of 8.8 per cent per year, boosted by demand for wind energy products.
New ownership for Sihl
Private investment firm Equistone Partners Europe has acquired a majority stake in Sihl, the specialist in coated nonwovens, fabrics, films and papers for digital printing.
New formula for nonwoven cotton wipes
Scientists at the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) say they have made significant progress in developing hospital-grade disinfecting wipes which can be produced using biodegradable nonwoven cotton.
Kimberly-Clark expands recycling programme
Kimberly-Clark Professional, whose brands include Kleenex, Scott, and Kimtech, has expanded its recycling programme - RightCycle - to manufacturing and other industrial environments, enabling customers to divert non-hazardous waste, such as nitrile gloves and apparel, from landfills.
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