Patents

Biologically Soluble Honeycomb Structure

February 28, 2004

A honeycomb structure made from a nonwoven fabric containing biologically soluble fiber, wherein the volume shrinkage rate when heated for 3 hours at 800° C. is less than 10%.

  • Fibers Market Outlook

    Fibers Market Outlook

    Tara Olivo, associate editor||June 8, 2015
    Natural and synthetic fiber producers create unique solutions for all nonwovens applications.

  • Keeping It Clean

    Keeping It Clean

    Tara Olivo, associate editor||June 8, 2015
    Convenience and continued innovation keeps the household wipes market thriving.

  • Raw Materials Round Up

    Raw Materials Round Up

    Karen McIntyre, editor||June 8, 2015
    Suppliers create additives, preservatives and other specialties to help nonwovens makers meet their goals.