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Global medical nonwoven disposables market to exceed $19 billion by 2015, according to new report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.
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GIA announces the release of a comprehensive global report on Medical Nonwoven Disposables market. The global medical nonwoven disposables market is projected to exceed $19 billion by the year 2015 with growth being spurred by a multitude of factors including robust growth in the developing countries, rapid technological advancements in nonwovens manufacturing, and growing awareness about health and hygiene. More



Advanced textile materials and biopolymers in wound management
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New generation medical textiles are important growing field with great expansion in wound management products. Virtually new products are coming but also well known materials with significantly improved properties using advanced technologies and new methods are in the center of research which are highly technical, technological, functional, and effective oriented. (Subscriber only). More

Natural beauty at Heimtextil
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Tree bark nonwovens from Uganda are believed to be the oldest known textile product and for many centuries the finest samples were reserved for the monarchs of Buganda, Uganda. The German-Ugandadan company Bark Cloth, which promotes Barktex, has been a pioneer in finding new uses for the material and is dedicated to continuing cooperation with small-scale organic farmers. More



New direct sizing system for E-Glass yarns
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Building on its experience with its S-2 Glass direct-sized products, AGY has developed a new direct sizing system, called 947, for E-Glass yarns used primarily in aerospace applications. Fibers with 947 sizing can be woven into fabric and used in composite applications without additional finishing. AGY say that yarns produced with the new 947 sizing have significantly higher tensile strengths than their counterparts coated with traditional oil and starch sizes. According to AGY, because fabrics made from 947-coated yarns need not undergo the damaging heat treatments or other cleaning processes that can erode fabric integrity, they can contribute considerably more strength to the composite materials into which they are incorporated. More

Teknoweb, Elsner team up
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Teknoweb S.r.l. and Elsner Engineering Works have formed a cooperative partnership to broaden each other's product offerings specifically to the nonwovens industry. As part of the agreement, Teknoweb will offer Elsner-built machines for converting rolled canister wipes while Elsner will sell Teknoweb's equipment for folding and stacking wet wipes. More

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Reduce set-up time, increase productivity, reduce waste, improve box quality. Easi-Set Folder Arm Upgrade. MORE


Arclin announces transition to using unbleached Kraft paper for the manufacture of its high density overlays for concrete forming
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Arclin, a provider of bonding, surfacing and related products for today's engineered building, industrial materials and natural resources markets announced recently their plan to transition the construction of their High Density Overlay for concrete forming from bleached to unbleached Kraft paper. The new line of HDO products will maintain all their superior performance characteristics of existing products but will also bring a new level of sustainability and environmental responsibility to the market. More

Nanotechnology solutions for self-cleaning, dirt and water-repellent coatings
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A surface is not simply the physical division between an object and its environment; it fulfills a range of functions of its own which often play a crucial part in product design. Surfaces are supposed to feel good to the touch and to look good for as long as possible, be easy to maintain and not be spoiled by dirt, water stains or fingermarks. Traditional coating materials often do not stand the test of the increased demands made on materials today. In recent years however, advances have been made using methods ascribed to nanotechnology. The following gives a short overview of the basis of these structures, the processes involved in their manufacture, the areas where they can be used, and the effect they have on the environment and human health. More
 

 
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