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SNW meets Autoneum
Sustainable Nonwovens meets Dr James Taylor, research and technology manager for interior floor, Autoneum.
Completing the circuit
Three German companies have joined forces to work on a project aimed at the development of nonwoven-based printed circuit boards and actuators that are fire resistant, flexible and possess suitable drape for apparel applications.
Responding to change
How traditional German textile manufacturer Tenowo transformed itself into a 21st Century leader in engineered nonwovens and technical textiles.
Unsettled global market hits wipes
The global nonwovens wipes market is predicted to be worth US$19.6 billion by 2021, according to new research.
Bioplastics benefit nonwovens
Bioplastics production continues to grow despite the low oil price dampening new developments, and two recently-announced ventures are extremely good news for the sector.
Nonwovens: on the surface
It’s little surprise that nonwovens are growing very rapidly as the preferred substrates for 21st Century wallcoverings.
Solid air
Cellulose and polyimide are promising new alternatives to silica as the basis for highly insulating aerogels, writes Adrian Wilson.
The Power of PET
At the 2016 PCI Wood Mackenzie World Fibres Conference held in Hong Kong in November, Hugo Christiaen, business unit director for TWE Hygiene and Healthcare, outlined some of the many applications for polyester (PET) staple fibre-based nonwovens, as pioneered by his company, and the growth being enjoyed in these fields.
SNW meets ELG Carbon Fibre
Ten questions for…Frazer Barnes, managing director, ELG Carbon Fibre
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