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Thermore Ecodown ist 100% recycled and durable thermal insulation (Photos: Thermore)

 
23/01/2017 – Thermore

Thermore

Thermore goes bluesign all the way

After successfully launching the new Thermore Ecodown, Thermore is proud to announce that the new product is now Bluesign and GRS certified. By  Iris Schlomski
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Foto: Oliver Mohr_pixelio.de

 
01/11/2016 – Perstorp

Perstorp

Pevalen receives Eco Passport by Oeko-Tex

Pevalen (pentaerythritol tetravalerate or PETV) true non-phthalate plasticizer is the first product produced in Sweden to gain this certification.  By  Iris Schlomski
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Michael Jänecke, Director Brand Management Technical Textiles & Textile Processing at Messe Frankfurt (Photo: Messe Frankfurt)

 
08/09/2016 – Messe Frankfurt

Messe Frankfurt

Techtextil 2017 and MFC develop joint interest

Techtextil and the Dornbirn Man-made Fibres Congress aim to create stronger links between textile research and application By  Ilona Schulz
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Wound dressing (nonwoven/fleece) made from alginate fibres derived from bacteria. Bacterial alginate nonwoven materials absorb up to 70% more liquid than marine alginate nonwovens (Photo: Hohenstein Institute)

 
01/08/2016 – Albiotex

Albiotex

Wound dressings made from bacterial alginate

Researchers establish a biotechnological process to produce bacterial alginate for use as the raw material for fibre-based medical products. By  Iris Schlomski
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Mondi Ascania, Aschersleben (Photo: Mondi Ascani)

 
30/06/2016 – Nonwoven composites

Nonwoven composites

The fine art

Mondi Ascania offers made-to-measure nonwoven composites and innovative production processes. By  Iris Schlomski
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Olea is a viscose fibre with durable hydrophobic properties (Photo: Kelheim Fibres)

 
29/06/2016 – Kelheim Fibres

Kelheim Fibres

New ground in filtration

The fibre specialists are looking into a new area of applications and are exploring the suitability of their hydrophobic Olea fibre for emulsion separation. By  Iris Schlomski
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Caption from left: Volker Del Monego, Head of Operations and Technology Global Apparel Division, Susanne Helferich, Assistant to Head of Operations and Technology Global Apparel Division, Ulrich Scherbel, General Manager Freudenberg Apparel, Dr. Ralf Krieger, Member of the Board of Management Freudenberg Group, Dr. René Wollert, Chief Executive Officer Freudenberg Performance Materials, Martin Musselmann, Head of Finance and Controlling Global Apparel Division, Siegfried Krah, Workers Council Freudenberg Interlining Weinheim, and Xavier Hanesse, Head of Operations Freudenberg Interlining Weinheim. (Photo: Freudenberg Group)

 
25/05/2016 – Freudenberg Performance Materials

Freudenberg Performance Materials

Hänsel production inaugurated

New knit line at Weinheim location. By  Editorial staff