bicomponent

bicomponent

(ˌbaɪkəmˈpəʊnənt)
n
(Chemistry) a fibre composed of two compounds
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Production of Bicomponent Non-woven Fibers Coupled with Development of Assistive Technology to Bolster Market Growth Bicomponent non-woven fibers are manufactured using two different components with the finished fiber sheet exhibiting distinct physical and chemical properties of each of the components used.
Additionally, companies are also focusing on automating the production of bicomponent fibers for mass and speedy production of the material.
The cutting-edge forming head can process natural and man-made fibers from 1.5 to 18 mm in fiber length such as bicomponent fibers, PP/PET/viscose fiber blends as well as recycling fibers from textiles, wood pulp and natural fibers.
Stand-alone monocomponent and bicomponent meltblown plants produce nonwovens for a whole range of filtration, insulation and sorption applications.
To address this issue, ePTFE is often covered with a protective film of some type, such as a polyurethane (PU), to form a bicomponent laminate.
An unusual new product from Fitcsa, Simpsonville, S.C., a leading maker of nonwoven fabrics for global hygiene and personal-care markets, is composed of two biobased polymers in a bicomponent, sheath/core structure.
Emulsion has been utilized to fabricate bicomponent fibers [2].
The bicomponent electrospun nanofibers could be also modified to have nanoporosity or hollow channels for a wide range of applications (20).
The molding succeeded in producing a low-density (0.03 to 0.08 g/[cm.sup.3]) wooden molding mat with bicomponent fibers as the binding component.
Italy-based wood coatings specialists ICA Group has launched Superfeel and Super care bicomponent water-based coatings for interior furnishings.
The Bicomponent Laminates are ideal venting and filtration products for the food industry.