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By Julian Beall, President
Fibers for Nonwovens
By Karen McIntyre, senior editor
Published June 9, 2014
Manufacturers of different fiber types work hard to differentiate, expand into new areas. Read More »
Published March 18, 2014
Huntsman Textile Effects and TJ Beall Company have formed a joint effort to create a new generation of sustainable diaper composite layers produced from un-bleached (greige) cotton. Ultraphil CO is a novel development that combines Huntsman’s U… Read More »
Cotton topsheet developed for diapers
By Karen McIntyre, senior editor
Published January 23, 2014
The world is one step closer to seeing a diaper with a cotton component. Cotton maker TJ Beall and Huntsman Textile Effects have developed a diaper topsheet made from hydroentangled apertured spunlaced nonwoven material. The substrate, featuring… Read More »
Published January 23, 2014
The TJ Beall Company has launched a new website at www.tjbeall.com. The new site offers an enhanced visual layout and easy navigation for users. The site is broken into two distinct segments. The first is dedicated to natural fibers for nonwovens cov… 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 February 22, 2011
UltraClean-AM is ideal for hygiene, medical nonwovens. Read More »
Tailored Finishes for Hygiene Nonwovens
By Claire Vadas, Croda Inc., Home Care
Published August 14, 2014
Fiber finishes offer a variety of advantages, including absorbency, softness, antistatic or antimicrobial benefits, and much more. Read More »
Published November 20, 2013
Universal Fibers and DuPont Industrial Biosciences will collaborate to produce and market carpet fiber using DuPont Sorona renewably sourced polymer. The scope of the collaboration includes sales into the commercial, residential and automotive market… Read More »
Published May 15, 2013
Lowest quality cotton is best for the job. Read More »