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Published November 6, 2013
US Patent No.: 8,304,599 B2 Inventor(s): Arman Ashraf, Hamilton, Ohio, US; and Daniel Steven Wheeler, Cincinnati, Ohio, US. Company: The Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, US. Filed: 4/28/06 Issue: 11/6/12 A method of forming a roll of… Read More »
Stow, OH-based Mactac Technical products has introduced TM9720, a double-coated polyester film designed for possible skin contact in medical device assembly. TM9720 contains a hypoallergenic medical grade adhesive and provides medical device designer… Read More »
The Transportation Division of Bostik, Inc. has introduced a strippable high performance, fire retardant film adhesive.  It re­places solvent-based ad­hesives used to bond decorative laminates to composite panels for in­terior aerosp… Read More »
Elsner Engineering Works, Inc. has introduced the Elsner Model EW-4-Series line of Shrink Film Roll Overwrappers. This new series of high speed overwrappers and heat shrink tunnels include a number of updated features. Highlights of this updated mode… Read More »
Published September 9, 2014
Aero Blue lightweight gowns offer four times more protection than similar products. Read More »
Published September 4, 2014
Gemini bonded wrap is constructed with two sheets of 100% polypropylene fused together to provide greater strength and improved efficiency. Read More »
Published September 2, 2014
Sontara produces nonwovens used in medical and wipes applications. Read More »
Published September 2, 2014
Doubles capacity in response to diaper growth. Read More »
Nicely Machinery Development Co., Ltd.
By Amy Liu
Nicely Machinery, Taiwanese manufacturer of customized Slitter Rewinder since 1984, growing together with customers worldwide and involve in various material from optical film, functional film, copper foil, non-woven materials, paper & board, and… Read More »
Hygiene Components: Balancing Performance with Cost
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published December 4, 2013
Suppliers to the hygiene market respond to lower fluff levels and thinner cores. Read More »