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Published December 4, 2012
DelStar Technologies, Inc. has introduced a new Delnet apertured film product designed to offer improved adhesion characteristics over a variety of substrates. The new Delnet product has a coextruded layer of acrylic acid copolymer that can be incorp… Read More »
Hygiene Components: Market & Technology Trends
By Tim Wright, Managing Editor
Published December 4, 2012
Consumer needs and sustainability are driving the hygiene components market forward. Read More »
Published November 15, 2012
Coextruded Delnet apertured film with improved adhesion. Read More »
INDEX 2011
Published June 8, 2011
A look at what exhibitors showcased at INDEX 2011 in Geneva, Switzerland. Read More »
Published April 10, 2011
Company showcases topsheets, acquisition distribution layers and elastic product lines. Read More »
Published December 1, 2009
New line is b ased on vacuum, mechanical perforation Read More »
Published October 15, 2002
A tampon comprising a generally elongated absorbent core with an absorbent material has been patented. The core features an outer cover with an apertured polymeric formed film, which contains a land region with numerous openings. Each opening is defi… Read More »
US Patent No.: 8,669,411 B2     William G. F. Kelly, Middlesex, NJ, US. Assigned to Eveready Battery Company, Inc., St. Louis, MO, US. Filed: 7/19/05 Issued: 3/11/14 A sanitary napkin comprising: an apertured film body-facing cover lay… Read More »
The Spunlace Market: A search for new opportunities
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published March 21, 2014
Wipes continue to dominate but new market development is the focus. Read More »
Spunlace: Life Beyond Wipes
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published March 11, 2013
While the wipes market continues to dominate, more spunlace makers are looking for new application areas to fuel growth. Read More »