spunbonded

spunbonded

(ˈspʌnˌbɒndɪd)
adj
(Textiles) made from a melted polymer that is spun and drawn to produce filaments, forming a web which is rolled and thermally or chemically bonded into a fabric, rather than woven
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MCNT was established in November 2011 and commenced manufacturing of spunbonded nonwovens at its 15,000 ton/annum production facility in December 2013.
DuPont's Typar Spunbonded Polypropylene Carpet Backing
MCNT was established in November 2011 and began manufacturing of spunbonded nonwovens at its 15,000 ton/annum production facility in December 2013.
Price Hanna Consultants has published a new report on spunbonded and spunmelt nonwoven polypropylene manufacturing costs, demand and capacities through 2018.
Price Hanna Consultants LLC, a management consulting firm whose principals have specialized in the nonwoven products, hygiene absorbent products and related fields for nearly 30 years, has published a new report that provides comprehensive global and regional market information on spunbonded polypropylene manufacturing costs, demand and capacities through 2016.
Patented is a spunbonded nonwoven fabric which is formed from fibers comprising a propyiene-based polymer and has MFR of 65 to 150 g/10 min which is a value measured after forming the spunbonded nonwoven fabric and a fineness of 0.
The Committee of Filament Nonwovens, a department of the Japan Chemical Fibers Association, has reported that spunbonded nonwovens output decreased slightly in 2008.
a management consulting firm specializing in nonwoven products, hygiene absorbent products and related fields worldwide, has released the second in a series of studies that provides comprehensive information on spunbonded polypropylene manufacturing costs and capacities through 2012 in key regional markets.
Toshio Takanashi, general manager, nonwoven fabrics division; Katsuhiko Hinamoto, general manager, spunbonded fabric sales; Akira Enami, general manager Bemliese sales
Toyobo produces 14,000 tons of polyester-based spunbonded nonwovens on four lines, two in Iwakuni and two in Tsuruga, Japan.