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Nanoscience Instruments, Inc.

  • Address:
    9831 S. 51st Street, C119
    Phoenix, AZ 85044
    UNITED STATES
  • Phone: (480) 758-5400
  • Fax: (480) 758-5401
  • Website: http://www.nanoscience.com

Nanoscience Instruments provides scanning electron microscopes (SEM) with fiber analysis software for fast acquisition of statistical data. We also provide optical profilers and atomic force microscopes for 3D metrology data. Nanoindentation instrumentation is also available for measuring mechanical properties with high spatial resolution.


National Institute Of Technology Jalandhar

  • Address:
    #35, Sant Avenue, Opp. Alpha One Mall
    G.T. Road
    AMRITSAR, PUNJAB 143001
    INDIA
  • Phone: 91-181-2690-301
  • Fax: 91-181-2690-932
  • Website: www.nitj.ac.in

Academic research


National Wiper Alliance, Inc.

  • Address:
    P.O. Box 367
    Swannanoa, NC 28778
    UNITED STATES
  • Phone: (828) 236-1300
  • Fax: (828) 236-0333
  • Toll Free: (888) 215-1588
  • Website: www.nationalwiper.com

National Wiper Alliance, Inc. is a leading non-wovens converter with the capability to produce wipers for stock and custom applications. NWA has been in business in the Asheville, NC area for over 15 years, and supplies national and international customers with wiping products and raw material. Our capabilities include slitting, folding, sheeting, perforating and inner folding, with focus on full product development, private labeling and full-service fulfillment.


NatureWorks LLC

  • Address:
    15305 Minnetonka Boulevard
    Minnetonka, MN 55345
    UNITED STATES
  • Phone: (952) 742-0630
  • Fax: (952) 931-1415
  • Website: www.natureworksllc.com

NatureWorks LLC is a joint venture between Cargill and Teijin Limited of Japan. Dedicated to meeting the worlds needs today without compromising the earths ability to meet the needs of tomorrow, NatureWorks LLC is the first company to offer a family of commercially available low carbon footprint polymers derived from 100-percent annually renewable resources with cost and performance that compete with petroleum-based packaging materials and fibers. This biopolymer currently uses 65% less fossil fuel resources to produce, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 80-90% compared to traditional petroleum-based polymers. The company applies its unique technology to the processing of natural plant sugars to create a proprietary polylactide biopolymer, NatureWorks which is then marketed globally as Ingeo.


NDC Infrared Engineering

  • Address:
    5314 N. Irwindale Avenue
    Irwindale, CA 91706
    UNITED STATES
  • Phone: (626) 939-3300
  • Fax: (626) 939-3870
  • Website: www.ndcinfrared.com

NDC Infrared Engineering is the acknowledged leader in the development and manufacture of no-compromise measurement and control solutions for a wide diversity of manufacturing and process industries. NDC products fall into two divisions:|NDC Systems - Measurement, Scanning and Profile Display & Control Systems for the web industries: paper, extrusion, nonwovens, calendering, converting. Key measurements included: thickness, basis weight, caliper, moisture content, coatweight, coating thickness|NDC Sensors - On-Line and At-Line Gauges for the Measurement of key constituents in Foods, Chemicals & Minerals, Buidling Materials, Pharmaceuticals, Tobacco and Paper & Converting


Neenah Gessner Gmbh

  • Address:
    Weidacher Strasse 30
    83620 FELDKIRCHEN-WESTERHAM
    GERMANY
  • Phone: 49 8062 703350
  • Website: www.neenahfiltration.com

We manufacture meltblown nonwovens.


Nehemiah Manufacturing Company

  • Address:
    1130 Findlay Street
    Cincinnati, OH 45214
    UNITED STATES
  • Phone: (513) 351-5700
  • Fax: (513) 351-3438
  • Website: www.nehemiahmfg.com

Toddler wipes and Cleansing wipes.


Nice-Pak/PDI

  • Address:
    Two Nice-Pak Park
    Orangeburg, NY 10962
    UNITED STATES
  • Phone: (845) 365-1700
  • Fax: (845) 398-5807
  • Toll Free: (800) 999-6423
  • Website: www.nicepak.com

Nice-Pak/PDI is a multi-national private label manufacturer of wet wipes for baby and healthcare applications from textile fabrics and spunlace nonwovens.


Nonwoven Source

  • Address:
    100 Bartlett Peak Drive
    Georgetown, TX 78633
    UNITED STATES
  • Phone: (512) 966-1083

Providing technical and sourcing support for the nonwoven industry.


Nonwovens By Design


Norafin (Americas) Inc.

  • Address:
    Biltmore Park
    Suite 247, Two Town Square Blvd.
    Asheville, NC 28803
    UNITED STATES
  • Phone: (828) 654-7455
  • Fax: (828) 393-0921
  • Website: www.norafin.com

Producer of spunlaced and needlepunched nonwovens. Primarily active in the following market segments: protective apparel, filtration, industrial applications, composites. Type of fibers processed: high-performance man-made fibers as well as natural fibers.


North Carolina State University

  • Address:
    2401 Research Drive, College Of Textiles
    Raleigh, NC 27695-8301
    UNITED STATES
  • Phone: (919) 515-1822
  • Fax: (919) 515-4556
  • Website: www.ncsu.edu

The Nonwovens Institute is the worlds first accredited academic program for the interdisciplinary study of engineered fabrics through an innovative partnership of industry, government, and academe. The institute was established in February 2007 to develop, educate, and train the next generation of industry professionals. The research arm of the institute is the Nonwovens Cooperative Research Center (NCRC). The Nonwovens Cooperative Research Center (NCRC) was founded in 1991 as a State-Industry University Cooperative Research Center from matching grants from the National Science Foundation, the State of North Carolina, and the Industry. |The Nonwovens Institute serves the nonwovens and affiliated industries through research, training, product development, and test-bed facilities. The state-of-the-art facilities include laboratories dedicated to fiber, fabric, and polymer characterization, spunbond and melt blown pilot lines with bicomponent fiber capability, carding, cross-lapping, needle punching, hydroentangling, thermal bonding, and spun bond/melt blown/carded web composite capability. Analytical facilities offer the ability to analyze and evaluate materials performance according to many industry specific standard test methods.