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Geotextiles Market Report
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published March 21, 2014
Nonwovens continue to find new uses across numerous platforms. Read More »
Nonwoven Fibers: Flexing with Innovation
By Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor
Published June 6, 2012
In the face of pricing sensitivity, producers are using fibers to lead the nonwovens market into new territories. Read More »
Published May 7, 2012
A nonwoven fabric based on polypropylene elastomers has been patented. The nonwoven is made from a composition prepared by combining: a. from 10% to 40% by weight, based on the weight of the total composition, of a first propylene-based polymer blen… Read More »
Published February 1, 2011
Polypropylene fibers and devices that include a fatty acid monoglyceride added to the polypropylene as a melt additive are described in this recently issued patent. A hydrophilic enhancer material can be advantageously added to the polypropylene as a… Read More »
Published January 17, 2009
Founded in 2001, Polypropylene Fiber Industry Ltd., better known as Polyfibers, is a privately held manufacturer and distributor of polypropylene-based multi- andmono-fibrillated yarns, crimped staple fibers, reinforcement fibers, geosynthetic bags and needlepunched nonwovens for technical and industrial end uses. Read More »
Fiber Producers Search For New Ideas
By Karen McIntyre, Editor
Published June 14, 2006
with pricing still high and demands for diversity increasing, fiber manufacturers are focusing on research and development for the nonwovens industry Read More »
Synthetic Fiber Update
Published June 14, 2005
polyester, polypropylene, others positioned well for future growth Read More »
Published February 1, 2005
FiberVisions has launched a new functional fiber under the FiberVisions HY-Entangle WA name. The new fiber marks a considerable expansion of the application area of polypropylene fibers within the spunlace area because the new fiber will be able to c… Read More »
By Dr Imad M Eljack, Technical Director
Published October 22, 2008
Thrace-Linq, Inc. is a global supplier of woven and nonwoven polypropylene-based fabrics for a variety of textile applications. Read More »