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Worldwide Outlook 2007-2012
Third edition of landmark report details the current state of the industry as well as projections into the next decade for production and consumption of nonwoven fabrics.
Converting And Bonding Conference proceedings
2012 Converting & Bonding conference in Greenville, NC
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Nonwoven Fabrics Applications
Uses for Technical Textiles fabrics in many applications including: antimicrobials, bedding, carpetbacking, draperies, wall coverings, automotive, etc.
Search our Abstract Database:: sample results for "thermal bond " and "thermobonding"
Chemical & Thermal Stability of Nonwoven Liquid Filtration Media
Effect of Bonding Variables in Thermal Bonding of Polypropylene Nonwovens
Formaldehyde and Total Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Thermal Insulation Products
Formaldehyde Emissions from Thermal Insulation Products
Numerical Modeling of Thermobonded Nonwovens
Predication of Performance in Thermally Pointed Bonded Nonwovens
Rapid Morphology (Property) Changes at the Bond Periphery In Thermal Point-bonded Nonwovens
Review of Thermally Point Bonded Nonwovens Materials, Processes & Properties
Structural, Thermal and Filtration Properties of Charged Nonwoven Materials
Thermal Bonding of Bicomponent Fibers
Thermal Bonding Methods and Applications Using Textured and Engraved Rolls
Understanding Thermal Barriers
A web of fibers bonded by a thermal bonding (thermobonding) process.
A technique for bonding a web of fibers in which a heat or ultrasonic treatment, with or
without pressure, is used to activate a heat-sensitive material. The material may be in the
form of homofil fibres, bicomponent fibers, fusable powders, as part of the web. The bonding may be applied all over (e.g. through or area bonding) or restricted to redetermined, discrete sites (e.g. point bonding).