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Published November 10, 2014
A higher function superabsorbent polymer Read More »
Published May 29, 2014
New plant in South Korea will have 59,000-ton capacity. Read More »
Published May 12, 2014
US Patent No.: 8,647,317 B2 Inventor(s): Gonglu Tian, Greensboro, NC, US; David L. Bergman, Jr., Greensboro, NC, US; and Yaru Shi, Greensboro, NC, US. Company: Evonik Stockhausen, LLC, Greensboro, NC, US. Filed: 2/18/13 Issued: 2/11/14 A particulate… Read More »
Glatfelter touts airlaid core material
By Karen McIntyre, senior editor
Published May 1, 2014
eCore eliminates SAP waste Read More »
A look at the top superabsorbent polymer makers in the world
By Kin Ohmura, Far East correspondent
Published November 6, 2013
Capacity is tight, upping the competition in the diaper market. Read More »
SINCE 2013 Review
By Tim Wright, editor
Published November 6, 2013
Exhibitors in Shanghai offer innovative solutions to the nonwovens industry. Read More »
Published October 1, 2013
Japanese firm Sumitomo Seika says its super absorbent polymer (SAP), Aqua Keep, has been well received by the market and to meet the increased demand for Aqua Keep, it has steadily increased its production capacity. Anticipating a continued robust gr… Read More »
Published January 7, 2013
U.S. Patent No.: 8,222,477 B2  Inventor(s): Michael M. Azad, Reidsville, NC, U.S.; Scott J. Smith, Greensboro, NC, U.S.; Mark Joy, Reidsville, NC, U.S.; Geoffrey Wyatt Blake, Kernersville, NC, U.S.; and Michael S. Jarman, High Point, NC, U.S.… Read More »
Published March 6, 2012
Patented is a superabsorbent polymer particle comprising polymer chain segments. The superabsorbent polymer particle having a surface that includes a plurality of evenly distributed, homogeneous surface crosslinks and a core, that includes crosslinks… Read More »
Published August 18, 2011
A new plant is expected to begin production in the third quarter of 2013. Read More »