Europlasma presents DWR nanocoating technology for TT
Belgium-based Europlasma, a global leader in low pressure plasma technology, is pleased to present at Texprocess 2015 its durable water repellent (DWR) nanocoating technology for technical textiles under the Nanofics® brand name.
India is a huge market for Avocet products
A family-owned company, Avocet was established in 1982 and has over 30 years experience in textile dyeing, chemicals and dyestuff sales and product development. Due to the fragile market for textile dyes, the company then moved on to manufacture flame retardants.
Oerlikon Neumag's 1-step spunbond process
The requirement for technical nonwovens accounts for approximately 60 per cent of the entire nonwoven market worldwide. About half of these nonwovens are now produced in Asia. Oerlikon Neumag´s focus at this year´s ANEX and SINCE, from May 13-15 in Shanghai, was on nonwoven and meltblown plants for technical applications
Sioen actively invests in TT
Sioen Industries NV´a diversified stock quoted Group with an extensive portfolio of products and activities: spinning, weaving and coating, manufacturing of garments, production of fine chemicals and processing of technical textiles´has announced two acquisitions: Dynatex and Le Comptoir Zouloo.
AUTEFA´s Automatic Needle Exchanger 2.0
AUTEFA Solutions, at Techtextil in Frankfurt, will present the Automatic Needle Exchanger 2.0, which has experienced an enormous boost of innovation within the last two years and hardly reminds on its predecessor model, which was shown at Techtextil 2013.
´Green´ tyre cord thanks to EvoQuench
Oerlikon Barmag is one of two companies worldwide that deliver machine solutions for the production of HMLS yarn. The material is extremely tear resistant, but elastic and temperature as well as dimensionally stable. It is predominantly used in high-speed tyres, which´as a result of the high speeds achieved´are subjected to particularly high loads.
New driving force for nonwovens industry
The nonwovens industry in India is still at an early stage of development, although some well-known companies have invested in nonwovens. The CoE aims at advancing the development of the industry in nonwovens. For this reason, institute management decided two years ago to invest in a complete needling line.
Werner Mathis modular coating system
The Swiss company, Werner Mathis AG is launching a new continuous coating system KTF-S at, which is available with a working width of 300 mm, 450 mm, or 600 mm, consists of a doctor knife coating module and a subsequent drying unit.