The applications for nonwovens continue to expand immensely due to the wide range of functional performance properties it is possible to engineer into them. From single-use, disposable products to durable and hard-wearing components for many industries, the flexibility of nonwoven fabrics ensures that they have a central role in life today.
Have you ever wondered about the story behind nonwoven materials? In many cases, finding out more about nonwoven materials and how they came into being can seem difficult. This article explores the story of nonwovens, including what they are, their history, how they are used today, and what the future of nonwoven materials could look like.
While the period since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic has not been without difficulty for any business, nonwoven manufacturers serving the markets for disposable products have generally fared better than those providing more durable products – and in some fields received a significant boost. In fact, single-use products have made all the gains.
The term automobile means all kind of textile component e.g. fibers, filament, yarn and fabric used in transportation like cars, train, buses, air planes and marine vehicles. Over 15-20 different kinds of fabric are used in automobiles. Automotive textiles are engineered fabrics to meet the challenges of an increasingly competitive automobile manufacturer requirement. Textiles provide a ...
In an automobile, seat belts and air bags are the two main items as safety device is concerned. The development of air bags began with the idea for a system that would restrain automobile drivers and passengers in an accident. Textiles are used in cars for a wide variety of purposes: to enhance comfort, thermal insulation, design, vehicle safety and more insulation, often required...
Phase Change Materials (PCMs) are receiving tremendous attention in textiles because of its thermo regulatory properties within a narrow range.
The term quality is somewhat intangible in its definition since it will mean different things to different people or even different companies involved in the manufacture or use of the textile item.
The importance of textile filter media in air filtration is to control air pollution. Air filtration plays an important factor in improving air quality and hygiene at work.
The current mutation from metal to composites has given rise to important challenges for the aerospace and railway industries.
Textiles are no more limited for use as apparels clothing. With the rapid changes in the social economic structure of our society, textiles enhancing the quality of human life trough protection against various hazards as well as adverse environment. Technical textiles are the fastest growing area of textile consumption in