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Published December 10, 2014
Market to reach $5.7 billion in 2019, fueled by healthcare segment Read More »
Published October 9, 2014
Company failed to deveop qualified separator technology Read More »
Freudenberg
By Karen McIntyre, senior editor
Published September 10, 2013
Airports, train stations add porous material to ceiling installations. Read More »
Published April 1, 2010
GE Energy Services’ Filtration Technologies Team will highlight several new technologies at MD&M West for medical and life science companies needing enhanced filtration and separation for various applications.The technologies optimize flow and retent… Read More »
On Cue With Quality Control
Published August 17, 2005
as the nonwovens industry grows, so do quality control practices within it Read More »
The C-522 Gas Permeameter, developed by Porous Materials Inc. measures pressure difference and flow rates in the ranges recommended by ASTM. Resis­tance characteristics are computed from measured values. A number of characteristics of the acousti… Read More »
Ithaca, NY-based Porous Materials, Inc., has introduced its Liquid Extrusion Porosimeter. It is reportedly the only instrument able to determine pore volume without using mercury or any other toxic material and measure liquid permeability. Low pressu… Read More »
Quality Control & Inspection Systems Update
By Karen Bitz McIntyre, Editor
Published February 15, 2012
A look at how quality control and inspection systems are helping move nonwovens and disposable products forward Read More »
The Evolution of Household Cleaning
By Christine Esposito, Nonwovens Staff
Published January 6, 2006
Fueled by busy homeowners willing to pay more for convenience, the evolution of the household cleaning products has meant less human contact with cleaning than ever before. But will consumers continue to shell out cash for gadgets when a regular spray bottle will do the trick? Read More »