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Published February 22, 2012
An absorbent article, comprising a liquid-pervious topsheet, a wetlaid absorbent composite, with a first and second stratum and a transition zone intermediate and coextensive with the first and second stratum has been patented. The first stratum comp… Read More »
Published November 22, 2011
A flexible composite multiple layer fire-resistant insulation structure has been patented. The structre comprises at least one woven fabric facing layer having a primary facing surface and a secondary facing surface; at least one dimensionally stable… Read More »
Published January 4, 2011
Patented recently are variable stretch composites having one or more first elastomeric members disposed on a first region of an extensible substrate, and one or more second elastomeric members disposed on a second region of the extensible substrate… Read More »
Published December 16, 2010
H&V cites continued escalation in production costs. Read More »
Published November 2, 2009
Investment bulds on AFM technology platform Read More »
Published September 15, 2009
Patented is a multi-layer composite sheet comprised of a shrinkable layer intermittently bonded to a gatherable layer with the bonds separated by a specified distance so that the shrinkable layer can shrink and at the same time gather the gatherable… Read More »
Published February 17, 2009
A layered textile composite with a pile was patented. The composite has a nonwoven needled layer, which is comprised of mechanically interlocked staple fibers. The nonwoven needled layer has a first pile-containing side and a second side opposite the… Read More »
Published April 19, 2007
As part of the U.S.-based Glatfelter Company, two long-established players in the European paper industry, Schoeller & Hoesch and Lydney (formerly JR Crompton), are operating jointly as Glatfelter Composite Fibers effective of last month. “… Read More »
Published August 30, 2005
Hollingsworth & Vose has unveiled new technology, the Nanoweb, to aid in the filtration of hazardous emissions (i.e. from automobiles). Since filtration capabilities are based on the fineness of fibers, Hollingsworth & Vose makes use of the e… Read More »
The Call for Composites
Published August 30, 2005
Creative fabric and fiber combinations help boost versatility in this busy segment Read More »