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Review and prospect on nonwovens industry of China
By Fibre2Fashion

The non-woven fabric, one of the essential raw materials for industrial textiles, is widely applicable to such industries as medical health, filtration/separation, earthwork/building construction, and traffic transportation, with incomparable cost-effectiveness and extensive application bestowed upon such fabric featuring special functional structure.

Saving costs through in-house recycling
By Starlinger

Starlinger recycling technology is a division of Starlinger & Co GmbH, world market leader in the field of machinery and complete lines for woven plastic packaging production. For 30 years, it has been providing machinery solutions for the recycling and refining of a wide scope of plastics.

The Fabric of the Future
By Subir Ghosh

In India, only 12 per cent of technical textiles are manufactured by nonwoven technology, compared to the global average of 24 per cent. The nonwoven market is expected to be around US$ 45 million by 2019, growing at a CAGR of 6.7 per cent. Subir Ghosh takes a look at nonwovens as an opportunity for the Indian textiles industry.<br /><br />Ever since the Ebola outbreak ravaged through...

Nonwoven - the Greatest Innovation for Converted Products
By Helena Engqvist

The development of nonwoven materials is one of the greatest innovations in the textile industry. Who would have thought that such materials could meet the needs for millions of consumers and professionals with innovative products and applications for the most basic every-day situations in personal care, hygiene and health-care?

Demand for Nonwovens in Central and South America
By Corinne Gangloff

DEMAND FOR NONWOVENS IN CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA In 2012, demand for nonwovens in Central and South America reached 515,000 metric tons, representing seven percent of the world total. Despite the large size of its population, sales of nonwoven fabrics in Central and South America are limited by the region's relatively low level of economic development, reflecting a scarcity of...

Decoding China's technical textile market
By Fibre2Fashion.com

When you think of textiles, not many of us think of the technical factor.<br /><br />Technical textile includes material that is mainly used for its technical properties and superior performance. A report by Transparency Market Research predicts that the demand for technical textile will increase to US$ 160.38 billion by the end of 2018. The report also says that technical textile will...

A Bird's Eye View on Nonwovens & Nonwoven Converted Products
By Johan Berlin

Introduction "Mr. Berlin - please advise how I invest my money in the nonwovens (or baby-diapers or as many like to say "Pampers" or "Huggies") business!?" What's your answer to that one? I've had that question more than 50 times in the past five years - covering a couple of tradeshows in India as well as some of the major worldwide shows and in numerous emails and...

Application based Approach of Nonwoven Industry
By Dr. Muhammad Tausif

Nonwovens industry manufactures and converts versatile and engineered fibrous assemblies with numerous existing applications and continuously innovating products to find new applications. Nonwovens can be classified in more than one way: on time scale, by employed technology or by the area of application. Disposable to durable nonwovens products can be placed on a time scale with few...

Nonwovens in composite industry for structural applications
By Sunil Kumar Ramamoorthy and Mikael Skrifvars

Nonwoven fabrics have been produced since a long time by binding cut fibres through mechanical, physical, chemical, heat or solvent treatment. Several patents and articles are available to produce nonwoven webs, fabrics and structures for them to be used in various applications. Nonwoven structure has unique properties compared to other textile structures; high strength and stability in ...

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