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Lenzing launches lyocell fibres with Dry technology
The VEOCEL™ branded lyocell fibres are soft to touch and provide a dry feeling when applied within top sheets in personal care products. They provide hydrophobic characteristics whilst being biodegradable and compostable.
LYCRA opens advanced textile innovation centre in China
The LYCRA Company, a leading provider of fibre and technology solutions for the global apparel and personal care industries, announced it will officially open its new Advanced Textile Innovation Center (ATIC) in Nanhai, China on May 16.
Biodegradable nonwovens & usage
Nonwoven fabrics can be used in a wide variety of applications, which may be limited life, single-use fabrics as disposable materials or durable fabrics for automotive and civil engineering applications, explain Rajanna L Gotipamul, SG Kulkarni and Pranshil Gourkar, in the 1st part of a 2-part article.
Infusing intelligent freshness into textiles
If you ask Karel Williams, Global Strategic Marketing Manager (Hygiene & Personal Care) of The Dow Chemical Company, USA, what is intelligent freshness, he can talk to you for hours how freshness can be induced into the garments and home textiles, which can act on its own ´intelligence.
How to make the right disposable hygiene product?
Addressing the ongoing demand for the disposable hygiene products namely feminine hygiene products, baby diapers, adult incontinence products, nappy pads, etc., BCH successfully conducted a technical symposium - How to Make the ´Right´ Disposable Hygiene Product? on the 10 September 2014 at Leela Palace hotel in Chankyapuri, New Delhi.
Rising scope kindles silicones hopes
The hidden potential of silicones for the Indian market has still not been fully explored. Though the market is a bit slow, the leading producers are upbeat and are hard at cracking it. An exclusive ITJ report
'For last few years, silicones industry has grown 3% above worldwide GDP'
It all begun in 1998 for Wacker Metroark Chemicals Pvt Ltd, when WACKER and Metroark decided to form a joint venture under Soumitra Mukherjee´s leadership. Mukherjee joined his father Swaraj Ranjan Mukherjee at Metroark to develop the know-how and install plants for manufacture of siloxane intermediates and silicone resins and varnishes, making Metroark the only manufacturer of silicones in India.