“Luxury vinyl tiles are as a modern flooring material in vogue. We have developed a couple of tailor-made glass fiber nonwovens for this application,” says Martin Kleinebrecht, portfolio management & marketing leader at Johns Manville. “Our products offer high dimensional stability at different thermal conditions and ensure a very good paste penetration thanks to their open structure.”
For the extremely dynamic field of composites, JM presents its special glass fiber nonwovens that are successfully used to enhance the performance of stiff and light-weight components.
Besides those glass fiber based products, JM displays three topics for polyester (PET) nonwovens: Bico-polyester nonwovens that are used as filter media or as carriers for automotive cabin air filtration, a two-layered PET nonwoven for engine air intake, which combines an extraordinary dust-holding capacity with high stiffness; and as a third area needled PET nonwovens, that are utilized both as highly resistant geotextiles as well as filtration products with excellent efficiency and burst-strength.