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Sandler introduces enAIRsave
At next week’s Filtech exhibition in Cologne from October 11-13, Germany’s Sandler will introduce its new enAIRsave nonwoven filter media.
Hexcel unveils new composites at CAMX
Hexcel, a manufacturer of carbon fibre, reinforcement fabrics and stitched glass nonwoven composites, will exhibit its latest innovations at CAMX, the composites trade fair, which takes place in Anaheim, California, this week.
Filters for tighter spaces
Increasingly, components containing nonwoven filter media such as air cleaners and air intake systems are being required to fit into reduced spaces in commercial vehicles.
Retaining filter media pleats
A conventional nonwoven filter media exhibits low stiffness and has poor mechanical properties, says Helsinki, Finland-headquartered Ahlstrom. As a result, it is typically used together with a metal mesh in the end application.
Inspection technology for Chinese nonwovens
Elbit Vision Systems (EVS), a developer of camera-based inspection technology for textile fabrics and technical webs, has received two orders totalling around US$1 million from China, including one from a new customer which is acquiring seven nonwoven inspection systems and may order more in the futu
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.
 
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