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Arville and Svegea – finding new angles on what tech-tex can do
Arville Textiles has recently taken delivery of a new wide-width bias cutting and winding line in order to meet the demand for advanced technical textiles that are employed in a range of components by the aerospace and automotive industries.
Highest demand for HP fibres from Asia Pacific
High-performance fibres are those fibres, which offer exceptional strength, heat and chemical resistance. High performance fibres are niche products but some of them are manufactured in large quantities according to the demand from end-user industries.
Teijin Aramid´s carbon nanotube fibres awarded
The researchers of Teijin Aramid, based in the Netherlands, and Rice University in the USA, are awarded with the honourary ´Paul Schlack Man-Made Fibres Prize´ for corporate-academic partnerships in fibre research. Their new super fibres are now driving innovation in aerospace,
Symphony has well-established clientele in textile space
Established in 1988, Symphony leverages a unique and successful asset-light business model for its residential coolers in India and in-house lean manufacturing for its industrial coolers in Mexico to achieve sustainable and profitable growth.
Symphony´s cool quotient
Symphony Ltd is world´s largest air cooler company in residential segment. Established in 1988, Symphony leverages a unique and successful asset-light business model for its residential coolers in India and in-house lean manufacturing
Kimberly-Clark wipes receive aviation certification
To address the unique needs of the aviation industry and help workers perform more productively and efficiently, Kimberly-Clark Professional is introducing a line of aviation-certified wiping solutions that meet the requirements of Aerospace Material Specification (AMS) 3819C (Aerospace industry requirement)
DORNIER flies higher in weaving with carbon fibres
Lindauer DORNIER GmbH presented for the first time at this yearæs JEC Europe in Paris. Under the new logo "DORNIER Composite Systems" the Bavarian-Swabian mechanical engineering company combines the core competences from both business branches,
3D fabrics: Performance depends on layers
As the layer increases in a 3D orthogonal structure of 3D fabrics, its performance also increases, but the ratio of binder warp to separating warp should be optimum, infer Dr Uday Patil and Gnanauthayan G.
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