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GWRL and Israel’s Aero–T ink MOU
Garware-Wall Ropes Ltd (GWRL) announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Israel’s Aero-T showing intention to combine their capability for manufacturing and supply of advanced aerostats for Indian Defence.
Indian firm debuts cotton for technical textiles
Globally, nonwovens sector is in the lookout for new fibres that are sustainable. To fulfill this need, South India based Jayalakshmi Enterprises has released two different types of processed cotton that can be used in nonwoven manufacturing processes such as needlepunching and hydroentangling to develop absorbent and other specialized technical textiles products.
Toxic chemical protective nonwoven fabric
A team of US scientists has used improved coating method to develop chemical warfare protective nonwoven fabric. Collaborators from Edgewood Chemical Biological Center of the U.S. Army and North Carolina State University have deposited zirconium based metal-organic-framework (MOF) material using refined method.
Sandler nonwovens dampen sound
A quiet working environment even with an open room layout can be made possible now by using acoustically efficient Sandler nonwovens.
Teijin’s new sweat-suit fabric
Teijin Frontier Co Ltd, a fibre and products converting company and a part of Teijin Limited, has developed a new sweat-suit fabric, four-dimensional, bulky, light, and extra soft, DELTAPEAK.
Teijin Aramid’s Value Partner Program for PPE
Teijin Aramid has officially launched its Value Partner Program (VPP) for its Personal Protective Equipment business. At the Techtextil 2017 exhibition in Frankfurt the company welcomed the first four European partners.
Composites for main markets in Asia
JEC Asia is on the threshold of 10 years. In November of this year, not only does it transfer the composites exhibition to Seoul for the first time, but it will also highlight the composites industry in End-Users Markets.
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