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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 »
Feel The Stretch
By Sandra Levy, Associate Editor
Published June 7, 2011
The nonwovens industry is developing innovative technologies to help producers incorporate more stretch into the design of hygiene, medical and industrial products, responding to increasing demands for better fit, comfort, elasticity and recovery Read More »
Published December 28, 2010
Patented recently is a tampon having an absorbent structure and an apertured film cover thermally bonded to the absorbent structure. The cover is bonded to the absorbent structure through a plurality of discrete spots arranged about the surface of th… Read More »
Published May 1, 2007
Patented is a coextruded, biaxially oriented polyester film with a base layer and a coextruded, uncoated heatsealable outer layer that can be peeled from APET/CPET and from CPET. The outer layer comprises a) from 80 to 98% by weight of polyester and… Read More »
Published November 8, 2005
Patented is a biaxially stretched film comprising a polyamide resin composition obtained by melt-kneading a smectite with a polyamide. The polyamide is produced by the polycondensation of a diamine component containing 70 mol % or higher of m-xylylen… Read More »
Published June 24, 2005
An oriented, opaque, sealable and Pealable film has been issued a U.S. patent. The patent contains a non-sealable first outer layer comprising a thermoplastic polymer; a cavitated first core layer comprising a thermoplastic polymer and a cavitating a… Read More »
Published June 7, 2005
Patented is a transparent, oriented thermoformable film comprising a crystallizable thermoplastic or a mixture of different crystallizable thermoplastics and at least one UV stabilizer. The crystallizable thermoplastic has at least one of either die… Read More »
Published December 7, 2004
A biaxially oriented film for ink jet printing was recently patented. The film is ink-absorbing and has a water-wettable surface. The film includes a porous high density polyethylene HDPE surface layer and a coating consisting essentially of a silico… Read More »
By Sara Porter, VP, General Manager
Performance and Fit
By Dr. Ulrich Hornfeck, member of the management board, Sandler AG & Dipl.-Ingenieur (FH) Uwe Bernhuber, senior manager product development, Sandler AG
Published January 7, 2013
Evolution of stretch applications in hygiene products and new solutions for optimum performance. Read More »