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Nonwovens: On the Front Lines in the Fight for Safe Healthcare
By Tim Wright, Editor
Published August 7, 2013
Healthcare trends offer opportunities for disposable nonwoven products. Read More »
Fiber Technology Designed to Limit Hospital Acquired Infections
By Karen Bitz-McIntyre, editor
Published October 11, 2012
PurThread features intrinsic antimicrobial protection Read More »
Published September 10, 2012
A mailer, packing material are among contenders. Read More »
The Future of Nonwovens in Medical Markets
By Vicki A. Barbur, PhD, Contributing Writer
Published August 6, 2012
Healthcare trends offer a multitude of opportunities for disposable nonwoven products. Read More »
Published May 1, 2007
Polyester made from 100% recycled plasti bottles. Read More »
Published September 11, 2006
Foss Manufacturing Hampton, NH www.fossmfg.com $100 million Key Personnel A.J. Nassar, CEO Plants Hampton, NH ISO Status All businesses are both QS 9000 and ISO 9001 certified and are close to ISO 14,000 (environmental registration based on… Read More »
Harvesting The Benefits Of Natural Fibers
Published August 17, 2005
new uses and markets are constantly being established for these highly preferred fibers Read More »
Ciba Specialty Chemicals offers integrated solutions to address undesired growth of microorganisms. The Irgar­guard range of antimicrobials can ward off algae, bacteria and fungi in both high and low processing and service temperatures. These pro… Read More »
Foss-EX Baghouse filter media T3179A features greater resistance to hot moist heat than standard polyester and is more economical than 100% aramid fabrics. This product was produced to provide a balance to improve the life of the fabric. Meanwhile, F… Read More »
Future Senior Incontinence Products
By Graham Allan, Professor of Chemical Engineering and Professor of Fiber & Polymer Science at the University of Washington
Published March 21, 2014
Analyzing odors should be a top priority in product development. Read More »