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Research & Development, Education

  • 3rd June 2014

    FR Safety Yarns comprehensive yarn range keeps on gaining acceptance

    For the last three years FR Safety Yarns KG has been working on its comprehensive product range of technologically sophisticated Diolen Safe yarn qualities, steadily expanding the portfolio. With this product range Dipl-Ing Tim Huizenga, who has been the com...

  • 3rd June 2014

    RHL’s major new developments on display in China

    The showcase among the world leading technology at ITMA Asia + CITME and a prestige installation at a brand new viscose plant in China are expected to attract the attention of regional textile and nonwovens producers, Richard Hough reports. According to the M...

  • 2nd June 2014

    40 years of Freudenberg expertise focus on applications in advanced wound care

    Freudenberg began manufacturing medical nonwovens back in the 1970s, in the 1980s the company launched wound pads made of nonwovens instead of knitted products for use in plasters. Now, after 40 years on the market, the company is putting the focus on advance...

  • 2nd June 2014

    Techtextil North America and Texprocess Americas 2014 set record attendance

    More than 9,000 visitors came to a dynamic synergy created by the eleventh edition of Techtextil North America and second Texprocess Americas co-located with JEC Americas that took place in Atlanta last month. The three in one event hosted 759 exhibiting bran...

  • 2nd June 2014

    China’s clothing retail market is set to soar as the government acts to offset falling export growth

    The competitiveness of the Chinese clothing industry is set to weaken over the next few years as costs rise. As a result, export growth could falter, according to according to a new report from the global business information company Textiles Intelligence – ...

  • 30th May 2014

    Industry Contributors wanted for large scale composites structures study

    The National Composites Centre (NCC), in conjunction with the University of Southampton, Solent LEP and partners, is investigating the need for a centre to research and develop the use of advanced materials in the manufacture of large structures for marine, oi...

  • 29th May 2014

    New TeXtreme concept for large volume projects

    TeXtreme said it wants to achieve more weight savings with its Spear Tow reinforcements, keeping the total cost of the composite unchanged. The brand believes a new concept for large volume projects called TeXtreme Industrial will help to expand the product’...

  • 28th May 2014

    Swiss textiles go to space

    Dr Gerst is setting off from the cosmodrome in Baikonur, Kazakhstan, for the six-month long mission at the International Space Station (ISS). He will be responsible for a series of clothing physiology experiments that are expected to shed new light on the inte...

  • 27th May 2014

    Some unlikely bedfellows....

    What do Coca Cola, IBM, Kodak and Walt Disney have to do with the future of technical textiles? According to our expert Adrian Wilson, their groundbreaking technologies may have a great impact on the future of technical textiles... ...

  • 27th May 2014

    An Innovation industry in new and old

    Is staple fibre innovation dead in nonwovens? Our correspondent and the US textiles industry veteran Bill Smith brings the latest news on the state of the industry, discussed at the second Converting and Bonding Conference, organised by INDA, The Association o...

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