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Hygiene Components: Growth In The Adult Incontinence Market
By Tara Olivo, associate editor
Published December 3, 2014
As the use of incontinence products become more mainstream, hygiene suppliers look to enhance technology. Read More »
The Paradigm of Diaper Smell
By Carlos Richer, Contributing Writer
Published January 6, 2014
How much WVTR is good enough in a baby diaper? Read More »
Sierra Coating Technologies
Published June 12, 2013
Offering custom coated and laminated substrates. Read More »
Don & Low Nonwovens: Blazing new horizons
Published March 11, 2013
Don & Low Ltd. Newfordpark House Glamis Road Forfar, Angus DD8 IFR Scotland Telephone: 44 (0) 1904 426973 Fax: 44 (0) 1307 452300 www.donlow.co.uk Originally founded as a linen and flax textile weaver in Forfar, Scotland in 1792, in 1985 Don &am… 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 December 7, 2010
A nonwoven fabric received a patent. The fabric contains a polyvinyl butyral fiber. In particular, continuous fiber nonwoven fabrics, such as a meltblown nonwoven fabric and a spunbonded nonwoven fabric, are preferred. By laminating a plurality of la… Read More »
Published August 1, 2010
Based in France, Kermel is the European market leader in the manufacture of metaaramid fibers for flame and heat resistant protective clothing, as well as for technical applications.With more than 5% of its turnover dedicated to research and developm… Read More »
Published September 10, 2002
An absorbent article has been patented. The article has a longitudinal centerline, a transverse centerline that is orthogonal to the longitudinal centerline, a skin-contactable side and a non-skin-contactable side. The article features an absorbent l… Read More »
Converting Update
By Tim Wright, editor
Published October 3, 2014
Providers of finishing, packaging, slitting, winding and other services to the nonwovens industry develop new technologies that add up to new products. Read More »
Beyond Softness
By Tom Branna, Editorial Director
Published March 26, 2014
In the evolution of wipes, what they contain has become just as important as how they feel. Efficacy now, as well as aesthetics, plays an increasingly important role in a product’s success. Read More »