The textiles used for medical purposes is usually referred to as medical textiles. The introduction of medical textiles was due to the use of textiles in the field of medical technology. The impetus for need of medical textiles has arisen due to increasing population of elderly people and economic advancement in the developed and developing countries.
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.
Nonwoven fabric is perhaps the textile industry’s most important new development in generations. Going forward, those who commit the time, effort and the capital will be the future industry leaders. However, except for China, it is difficult to think of any government that will provide the necessary funds to invest in the textile industry.
All kinds of glass fibres are highly amorphous in nature. There is no cohesive force between the fibres due to the absence of intermolecular attraction. The more cross-linking capacities of cationic elements like boric oxide and alumina increase the strength of the material. Glass E is the strongest fibre with high insulation properties.
Nonwovens are integral components of today’s numerous consumer and industrial products. As the demand for these products continues to grow, the nonwovens also need to evolve constantly. Meeting social, environmental, technical and business goals together is indeed a difficult task. However, there are some global companies which have set examples.
Medical Textiles is a branch of technical textiles that has wide application in the medical sciences. Such textiles are more known for their technical properties rather than aesthetic values. These textiles have a wide range of application in the medical field, especially to provide safety, comfort, and help to heal and reduce pain of the patients.
Ahead of the forthcoming Techtextil exhibition in Frankfurt from June 21-24, JEC World, held in Paris from May 3-5, highlighted how the composites industry has influenced many recent advances in fabric formation technologies for technical textiles. A report. Innovation in fabric forming techniques over the past 20 years has been significantly.
Nonwovens is one of the fastest-growing sectors of the textile industry. This article covers the topic of nonwoven fabrics and various processes involved in turning nonwoven fibres into nonwoven wipes. It also discusses the biodegradable and non-biodegradable aspects of the material along with the IP analysis of the nonwoven industry at large.
Pultrusion is a low-cost way of making highly stiff hollow sections of composites. The advantages of pultruded composite profiles in applications include their lightweight, high strength, resistance to corrosion, and fast, easy installation. These properties make them competitive with standard bridge materials in situations where access and construction pres