Tématická retrospektivní rešerše

 

 

Chemická vlákna

vysokých užitných

vlastností

 

 

 

     prosinec 2007

 

     VÚB a.s.

     Odbor poradenství a informačních služeb

 

 

 

   Uvnitř tohoto vydání:

 

Analytický přehled

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Zadání rešerše

 

 

Informační zdroje

Interní databáze VÚB a.s.—vybrané odborné články z časopisů:

  • Cotton Outlook
  • Chemical Fibers Internatzional
  • Asian Textile Business
  • Technical Textiles
  • Textile Horizons
  • Textile Asia
  • Textile Month
  • Textile Eastern Europe

 

Celkový počet záznamů: 85 abstraktů doplněných významovými abstrakty

 

Uspořádání rešerše:

  • název rubriky - téma
  • jednotlivé abstrakty, které zahrnují název článku, název časopisu, abstrakt článku
  • významový abstrakt - detailnější informace o odborném článku

 

Časové, jazykové a geografické vymezení:

  • rok 2006
  • angličtina
  • celý svět   

 

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Seznam záznamů

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Antibakteriální vlákna

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Antistatická vlákna

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Deodorační vlákna

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Nehořlavá vlákna

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High-tech vlákna

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Modifikovaná vlákna

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Nový typ vláken

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Speciální vlákna

 

   Zadání rešerše - Tématická rešerše retrospektivní

   Informační výstup z projektu:

Virtuální informační servis Textil 1N04

   Název rešerše :

Chemická vlákna vysokých užitných vlastností

   Informační zdroj :

elektronická databáze projektu Virtuální informační servis Textil

   Sledované období :

01- 12/2006

   Teritoriální vymezení :

celý svět

   Jazykový zdroj :

angličtina

   Forma výstupu :

základní abstrakty doplněné významovými abstrakty

   Forma předání výstupu :

elektronická

   Slova a výrazy pro vyhledávání :

  • High -tech vlákna
  • modifikovaná vlákna
  • nehořlavá vlákna
  • antibakteriální vlákna
  • antistatická vlákna
  • deodorační vlákna
  • speciální vlákna
  • nový typ vlákna

 

 

 

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  Modifikovaná vlákna

  Nový typ vláken

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1a

 

Wellman anti-dust mite PET fiber

Chemical Fibers International\01\Wellman anti-dust mite PET fiber 0601.rtf

 

Industry News Wellman: anti-dust mite PET fiber At the Heimtextil fair in January 2006 in Frankfurt/Germany the polyester fiber producer Wellman International Ltd., Mullagh/lreland introduced the new WellmanHealthGuard durable anti-dust mite/antimicrobial polyester staple fiber. The titer range include 7,12 and 17 dtex and staple length of 38-60 mm and crimps/cm of 2.75-3 .1 5. The end-uses for this specialty polyester fiber include pillows, quilts, mattresses, pet bedding and sleeping bags. Chemical Fibers International 1/2006 11

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New bioactive cellulosic fibers

Chemical Fibers International\02\New bioactive cellulosic fibers 0602.rtf

 

Man-made cellulosic fibers with bioactive properties can be achieved by addi-tion of special additives into the spinning solution or by treatment of fibers with these chemicals. The recent developments in Lenzing show possibilities to ob-tain Tencel and viscose fibers with bioactive properties. Bioactive Tencel fibers can be developed by modification of fibers with the polysaccharide "chitosan". An additional treatment of these fibers with zinc or silver ions presents possibilities to develop Viscose fibers with bioactive properties.

3a

 

Functional modifications of chitosan fibers

Chemical Fibers International\03\Functional modifications of chitosan fibers 0603.rtf

 

Chitosan fibers have in recent years found applications in various niche end us-es such as antimicrobial textiles and wound dressings. In these applications, chitosan is used for its natural antimicrobial properties and its ability to provide a moist environment and to accelerate wound healing. Because chitosan pos-sesses in its structure highly reactive primary amine groups and hydroxyl groups, the functional properties of chitosan fibers can be modified by applying various treatments to the fiber structure. Chelation with metal ions Chitosan fibers can bind metal ions via chelation ...

4a

 

45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 DEVELOPMENTS

Chemical Fibers International\04\45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 DEVELOPMENTS 0604.rtf

 

The American fibers market F. Horn, Fiber Economics Bureau, American Fiber Manufacturers Association, Arlington/USA The decade 1995 through 2005 has been one of radical change for the North American manufactured fiber industry. Variation of fibers properties can be also accomplished by mani-fold chemical variations of functional polymers forming electrospun fibers. BASF, as a leading producer of ionic liquids, investigates the technical conversion of the preparation of cellulosic fibers using ionic liquids in cooperation with the Institute of Textile Chemistry and Chemical Fibers (ITCF), ...

5a

 

New patents

Chemical Fibers International\05\New patents 0605.rtf

 

Dyeable polypropylene resin composition and fiber/nonwoven comprising the same A novel polypropylene resin composition which easily imparts very good dyeability to polypropylene fibers. The polypropylene resin composition is obtained by melt-blending the following ingredients: 85-95 mass% polypropylene resin, 3-9 mass% ethylene/ vinyl acetate (EVA), and 2-6 mass% polyether ester amide compound. : WO06-063905 Publication date: June 30, 2006 Eccentric polyester-polyethylene bicomponent fiber Method for manufacturing an eccentric bicomponent fiber of the core/skin type with a soft feel and ...

6a

 

PET Challenges PP in Nonwovens Markets f

International Fiber Journal\(01)\PET Challenges PP in Nonwovens Markets 0601.rtf

 

W hile polyethylene tereph-thalate (PET) represents 65% of all manmade fibers currently produced worldwide, this polymer accounts for only a frac-tional proportion of spunlaid nonwo-vens. nonwovens production (Table 1). Discussing meltblown and spun-bond systems for PET at the event, organized by Maack Business Services of Au/Zurich, Switzerland, Mr. Glawion commented that PP nonwo-ven lines are not suitable for process-ing PET without modification. Rieter's latest turnkey systems - Perfobond spunlaid, Jetlace spunlace, Spunjet spunbond/spunlace and Emblo meltblown - can now be used to ...

7a

 

SmartSilver Nanotechnology

International Fiber Journal\(05)\SmartSilver Nanotechnology 0605.rtf

 

SmartSilver's nanotechnology gives products unmatched anti-odor performance without compromising fabric construction, durability, hand, stretch, or dye performance. SmartSilver additives deliver evenly dispersed, permanently-bonded odor-fighting silver nanoparticles for fabrics ranging from natural cotton to a range of synthetic blends. Surface area is the key to silver's antimicrobial power: silver kills odor-causing microbes when power-ful antimicrobial silver ions are released by silver surfaces. CUSTOM FIBER BLENDS NanoHorizons' custom blends of nanotechnology-enhanced fibers ensure ...

8a

 

Health and textiles

Technical Textiles\2.q\Health and textiles 0602.rtf

 

Textile products and process chemicals are subordinate to various legislations and directives to protect the user and his/her environment. They may in fact: • Create new polymers and additives for the production of innovative fibers, coatings and laminates. Moreover, the development of various 3D-structures of woven and knitted fab-rics, and nonwovens completes the de-velopment of new materials while creat-ing possibilities to add improved comfort-related properties to textiles. Metallized tex-tiles not only allow heated textiles to be produced but also smart textiles, electro-magnetic ...

9a

 

New bioactive cellulosic fibers

Technical Textiles\2.q\New bioactive cellulosic fibers 0602.rtf

 

Man-made cellulosic fibers with bioactive properties can be achieved by addi-tion of special additives into the spinning solution or by treatment of fibers with these chemicals. The recent developments in Lenzing show possibilities to ob-tain Tencel and viscose fibers with bioactive properties. Bioactive Tencel fibers can be developed by modification of fibers with the polysaccharide "chitosan". An additional treatment of these fibers with zinc or silver ions presents possibilities to develop Viscose fibers with bioactive properties.

10a

 

Fashion & function in one

Textile Horizons\(11-12 listopad-prosinec)\Fashion & function in one 0611-12.rtf

 

While underwear may not be able to prevent this, you can get functional underwear that keeps the body dry, even when it is subjected to extreme physical pressures. Functional underwear made from chemical fibres provides moisture transport and, with optimal construction, ensures that perspiration is able to evaporate. "With its numerous yarn filaments, Trevira offers a surface that is clearly larger than traditional polyester yarns and achieves better function values," says a spokesperson for sportswear manufacturer, Globetrotter. Combined with the advantages of Trevira functional fibres ...

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

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Wellman anti-dust mite PET fiber 0601.rtf

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Industry News Wellman: antidust mite PET fiber At the Heimtextil fair in January 2006 in Frankfurt/Germany the polyester fiber producer Wellman International Ltd., Mullagh/lreland introduced the new WellmanHealthGuard durable antidust mite/antimicrobial polyester staple fiber. The titer range include 7,12 and 17 dtex and staple length of 38-60 mm and crimps/cm of 2.75-3 .1 5. The end-uses for this specialty polyester fiber include pillows, quilts, mattresses, pet bedding and sleeping bags. Chemical Fibers International 1/2006 11

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\01\Wellman anti-dust mite PET fiber 0601.rtf

 

 


|... ., Mullagh/lreland introduced the new WellmanHealthGuard durable anti-dust mite/antimicrobial polyester staple fiber. The titer range include 7,12 and 17 dtex and staple length of 38-60 mm and cri ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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New bioactive cellulosic fibers 0602.rtf

Abstrakt

  

Man-made cellulosic fibers with bioactive properties can be achieved by addi-tion of special additives into the spinning solution or by treatment of fibers with these chemicals. The recent developments in Lenzing show possibilities to obtain Tencel and viscose fibers with bioactive properties. Bioactive Tencel fibers can be developed by modification of fibers with the polysaccharide "chitosan". An additional treatment of these fibers with zinc or silver ions presents possibilities to develop Viscose fibers with bioactive properties.

Dokument

  

M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\02\New bioactive cellulosic fibers 0602.rtf

 

 


|... an Phar-macopoeia for nonwoven applications. Development of bioactive viscose fibers In order to introduce antibacterial func-tions into viscose fibers we focused on in-corporation technology. The main aspect of the incorporation t ...|... ongly acidic or weakly acidic ion exchange properties in pilot plant scale. The fibers show a remarkable antibacteri-al activity due to zinc ions taken-up from the spinning bath. In order to enhance the antibacterial efficacy, the fibers can be af-ter-treated with zinc sulfate or silver ni-trate solutions. The rou ...|... consequence, the whole fiber vol-ume has to be regarded as a reservoir for antibacterial agent consumed at the fiber surface (Figs. 6 and 7). Further details of this development are described in references [9-10]. Test methods to determine the antibacterial properties of fibers The additives used for the development of bioactive viscose and Tencel fibers ...|... change fiber was obtained by incorporation of 0-4.3% Lewatit MonoPlus S100. The fibers were tested for antibacterial activity against 5. aureus and K. pneumoniae according to the quantitative Japa ...|... ake of zinc from the spin-ning bath in the manufacturing process of fibers, the fibers generally show increasing antibacterial efficacy against S. aureus and K. pneumoniae with increasing incorpora-tion rat ...|... out by subsequent processing of fibers into nonwovens. Tencel/chitosan fibers show significant antibacterial activ-ity against gram positive bacteria 5. au-reus and MRSA as well as against ...|... viscose fibers can be ob-tained by incorporation of ground resins into Viscose fibers. Antibacterial activity of fibers is achieved by uptake of zinc from the spinning bath during the manufacturing ...|... c Press Inc., New York, N.Y. (1978) 259 [2] Rahbaran, S.: Modal Fresh - Modal Fibers with Antibacterial Properties, Proceedings of the 38th International Man-Made Fibres Congress, Sep ...|... 54 (2004) 108 [11] BISFA Booklet, BISFA Testing methods for organic man-made fibers with antibacterial activity; first edition 2002 98 - 102 Chemical Fibers International 2 ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Functional modifications of chitosan fibers 0603.rtf

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Chitosan fibers have in recent years found applications in various niche end us-es such as antimicrobial textiles and wound dressings. In these applications, chitosan is used for its natural antimicrobial properties and its ability to provide a moist environment and to accelerate wound healing. Because chitosan possesses in its structure highly reactive primary amine groups and hydroxyl groups, the functional properties of chitosan fibers can be modified by applying various treatments to the fiber structure. Chelation with metal ions Chitosan fibers can bind metal ions via chelation ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\03\Functional modifications of chitosan fibers 0603.rtf

 

 


|... made and used in wound care and other biomedical fields. Because of its natural antimicrobial properties, chitosan fibers have also been blended into apparel textiles such as un-derwear, socks, shirts, ...|... an fibers are relatively expensive, they are used mainly as a niche specialty fiber. The antimicrobial properties and wound healing acceleration proper-ties are particularly useful a ...|... even after sterilization with ă -irradiation. By adding silver ions into the fiber struc-ture, the antimicrobial effect of the chi-tosan fibers can be much improved. In addition, the effect is ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 DEVELOPMENTS 0604.rtf

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The American fibers market F. Horn, Fiber Economics Bureau, American Fiber Manufacturers Association, Arlington/USA The decade 1995 through 2005 has been one of radical change for the North American manufactured fiber industry. Variation of fibers properties can be also accomplished by manifold chemical variations of functional polymers forming electrospun fibers. BASF, as a leading producer of ionic liquids, investigates the technical conversion of the preparation of cellulosic fibers using ionic liquids in cooperation with the Institute of Textile Chemistry and Chemical Fibers (ITCF), ...

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|... ation of the lyocell fibers with incorporated seaweed, which contrasts with the antibacterial fibers known so far. One example for the versatility is the use of this new bioactiv ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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New patents 0605.rtf

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Dyeable polypropylene resin composition and fiber/nonwoven comprising the same A novel polypropylene resin composition which easily imparts very good dyeability to polypropylene fibers. The polypropylene resin composition is obtained by melt-blending the following ingredients: 85-95 mass% polypropylene resin, 3-9 mass% ethylene/ vinyl acetate (EVA), and 2-6 mass% polyether ester amide compound. : WO06-063905 Publication date: June 30, 2006 Eccentric polyester-polyethylene bicomponent fiber Method for manufacturing an eccentric bicomponent fiber of the core/skin type with a soft feel and ...

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|... tion No.: WO06-061386 Publication date: June 26, 2006 Process for preparing antimicrobial elastic fiber Disclosed herein is a process for preparing an antimicrobial elastic fiber. The process comprises: mixing a glass compound, as an antimicrobial agent, con ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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PET_Challenges_PP_in_Nonwovens_Markets_0601.rtf

Abstrakt

  

W hile polyethylene tereph-thalate (PET) represents 65% of all manmade fibers currently produced worldwide, this polymer accounts for only a frac-tional proportion of spunlaid nonwo-vens. nonwovens production (Table 1). Discussing meltblown and spunbond systems for PET at the event, organized by Maack Business Services of Au/Zurich, Switzerland, Mr. Glawion commented that PP nonwoven lines are not suitable for processing PET without modification. Rieter's latest turnkey systems - Perfobond spunlaid, Jetlace spunlace, Spunjet spunbond/spunlace and Emblo meltblown - can now be used to ...

Dokument

  

M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\International Fiber Journal\(01)\PET_Challenges_PP_in_Nonwovens_Markets_0601.rtf

 

 


|... ations for producing spunlaced non-wovens. These include the company's Allerban antimicrobial fiber, Hydrofix durable hydrophilic fiber and an exper-imental fiber for high productivity. 03 34 February ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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SmartSilver Nanotechnology 0605.rtf

Abstrakt

  

SmartSilver's nanotechnology gives products unmatched anti-odor performance without compromising fabric construction, durability, hand, stretch, or dye performance. SmartSilver additives deliver evenly dispersed, permanently-bonded odor-fighting silver nanoparticles for fabrics ranging from natural cotton to a range of synthetic blends. Surface area is the key to silver's antimicrobial power: silver kills odorcausing microbes when power-ful antimicrobial silver ions are released by silver surfaces. CUSTOM FIBER BLENDS NanoHorizons' custom blends of nanotechnology-enhanced fibers ensure ...

Dokument

  

M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\International Fiber Journal\(05)\SmartSilver Nanotechnology 0605.rtf

 

 


|... CUSTOM FIBER BLENDS NanoHorizons' custom blends of nanotechnology-enhanced fibers ensure maximum antiodor/antimicrobial effec-tiveness for cotton, rayon and most synthetic fibers. Adding SmartSilv ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Health and textiles 0602.rtf

Abstrakt

  

Textile products and process chemicals are subordinate to various legislations and directives to protect the user and his/her environment. They may in fact: • Create new polymers and additives for the production of innovative fibers, coatings and laminates. Moreover, the development of various 3D-structures of woven and knitted fabrics, and nonwovens completes the de-velopment of new materials while creating possibilities to add improved comfortrelated properties to textiles. Metallized textiles not only allow heated textiles to be produced but also smart textiles, electromagnetic ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Technical Textiles\2.q\Health and textiles 0602.rtf

 

 


|... wns, in nappies, incontinence materials, and hygienic bandages. The use of new fibers and yarns with inherent antibacterial properties, such as bamboo, is growing. Recently, also bioengineered fibers with antibacterial effects have been introduced on the market. The application of these yarns in b ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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New bioactive cellulosic fibers 0602.rtf

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Man-made cellulosic fibers with bioactive properties can be achieved by addition of special additives into the spinning solution or by treatment of fibers with these chemicals. The recent developments in Lenzing show possibilities to obtain Tencel and viscose fibers with bioactive properties. Bioactive Tencel fibers can be developed by modification of fibers with the polysaccharide "chitosan". An additional treatment of these fibers with zinc or silver ions presents possibilities to develop Viscose fibers with bioactive properties.

Dokument

  

M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Technical Textiles\2.q\New bioactive cellulosic fibers 0602.rtf

 

 


|... an Phar-macopoeia for nonwoven applications. Development of bioactive viscose fibers In order to introduce antibacterial func-tions into viscose fibers we focused on in-corporation technology. The main aspect of the incorporation t ...|... ongly acidic or weakly acidic ion exchange properties in pilot plant scale. The fibers show a remarkable antibacteri-al activity due to zinc ions taken-up from the spinning bath. In order to enhance the antibacterial efficacy, the fibers can be after-treated with zinc sulfate or silver nitrate solutions. The rough ...|... As a consequence, the whole fiber vol-ume has to be regarded as a reservoir for antibacterial agent consumed at the fiber surface (Figs. 6 and 7). Further details of this development are described in references [9-10]. Test methods to determine the antibacterial properties of fibers The additives used for the development of bioactive viscose and Tencel fibers ...|... change fiber was obtained by incorporation of 0-4.3% Lewatit MonoPlus S100. The fibers were tested for antibacterial activity against 5. aureus and K. pneumoniae according to the quantitative Japa ...|... ake of zinc from the spin-ning bath in the manufacturing process of fibers, the fibers generally show increasing antibacterial efficacy against 5. aureus and K. pneumoniae with increasing incorpora-tion rat ...|... washed out by subsequent processing of fibers into nonwovens. Tencel/chitosan fibers show significant antibacterial activ-ity against gram positive bacteria 5. au-reus and MRSA as well as against ...|... viscose fibers can be ob-tained by incorporation of ground resins into Viscose fibers. Antibacterial activity of fibers is achieved by uptake of zinc from the spinning bath during the manu-facturing ...|... c Press Inc., New York, N.Y. (1978) 259 [2] Rahbaran, S.: Modal Fresh - Modal Fibers with Antibacterial Properties, Proceedings of the 38th International Man-Made Fibres Congress, Sep ...|... l 54(2004) 108 [11] BISFA Booklet, BISFA Testing methods for organic man-made fibers with antibacterial activity; first edition 2002 Technical Textiles 2/2006 E 69 - 73

 

 

   

 

 

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Fashion & function in one 0611-12.rtf

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While underwear may not be able to prevent this, you can get functional underwear that keeps the body dry, even when it is subjected to extreme physical pressures. Functional underwear made from chemical fibres provides moisture transport and, with optimal construction, ensures that perspiration is able to evaporate. "With its numerous yarn filaments, Trevira offers a surface that is clearly larger than traditional polyester yarns and achieves better function values," says a spokesperson for sportswear manufacturer, Globetrotter. Combined with the advantages of Trevira functional fibres ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Textile Horizons\(11-12 listopad-prosinec)\Fashion & function in one 0611-12.rtf

 

 


|... ure a good body temperature. Combined with the advantages of Trevira functional fibres and yarns, permanently antimicrobial properties provide the foundation for many fashionable sportswear collections c ...|... rising, even in very demanding conditions. An important factor here is that the material does not lose its antimicrobial effect, even with frequent washing - an advantage over textiles given a supplem ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Antistatická vlákna

 

 

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1b

 

45th ManMade Fibers Congress Dornbirn

Chemical Fibers International\03\45th ManMade Fibers Congress Dornbirn 0603.rtf

 

Dornbirn, Rathausplatz 1, A-6850 Dornbirn, Tel. Fidyst - fiber dynamics simulation tool (L. Ruys, et al. Leibnitz Institut für Polymerforschung, Dresden/Germany) (I. De Witte et al. (P. Krücken, Trevira GmbH, Frankfurt/Germany) properties (U. Beginn, et al.

2b

 

Maccaferr Acquires Epitropec Fibres

International Fiber Journal\(04)\Maccaferr Acquires Epitropec Fibres 0604.rtf

 

The Maccaferri Group of Bologna, Italy, has acquired for an undisclosed amount Epitropic Fibres and Linear Composites from the UK's JWH Group. Also based in Oakworth and owned by JWH since 1989, Linear Composites manufactures geosyn-thetics and fiber-reinforced products used in civil engineering, industrial and military applications. The Maccaferri Group has for several years offered the Linear Composites range of geogrids within a broad range of other geosynthetic products. "The Maccaferri Group is already successfully marketing Linear Composites geogrids alongside its own geosynthetic ...

3b

 

Dornbirn 06 main topic Innovations

Melliand international\(04)\Dornbirn 06 main topic Innovations 0604.rtf

 

The guiding theme of the 45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress was innovation. Another highlight was the topic Well-being and Health with Textiles with 23 lectures: definition of wellness textiles, medical textiles and wellness trend, fabrics for leisurewear, biological and chemical test procedures, comfort textiles with antistatic fibers and micro-encapsulation, mono-filaments for healthcare, smart textiles etc. Technical Textiles and Textile Composites were represented with 21 lectures. the world market for technical textiles; the other lectures covered radiation technologies for ...

4b

 

shielding effect against electromagnetic

Technical Textiles\1.q\shielding effect against electromagnetic 0601.rtf

 

Some examples of application are: • Energy transport: conduction of elec- tricity • Data transmission: Transmission of volt- age/electric currents/frequencies • Electrostatics: Build-up of electrostatic and alternating fields by active voltage • Heating: Electrical heating by resist- ance threads and wires • Photovoltaic: Photovoltaic active ele- ments For passive use the following examples can be listed: . Shielding effect against electromagnet- ic waves • Reduction of electrostatic charge • Dissipation of electrostatic charge • Avoidance of spark discharge These areas of passive use, ...

5b

 

Materials for personal protective clothing

Textile Asia\(11 listopad)\Materials for personal protective clothing 0611.rtf

 

Materials for personal protective clothing By C.W. Kan* Innovations in fibres for applications in personal protective clothing include fibres for flame and heat protection. Aramid fibres: Some types of aramid fibres are commercially available as basic material for personal protective clothing. Novel yarn spinning technology: Novel yarn spinning technologies are commercially available now for producing hybrid yarns for various applications including protective clothing. (ii) GORE-TEX Antistatic breathable textile: this functional textile for personal protective clothing combines several ...

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

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45th ManMade Fibers Congress Dornbirn 0603.rtf

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Dornbirn, Rathausplatz 1, A-6850 Dornbirn, Tel. Fidyst - fiber dynamics simulation tool (L. Ruys, et al. Leibnitz Institut für Polymerforschung, Dresden/Germany) (I. De Witte et al. (P. Krücken, Trevira GmbH, Frankfurt/Germany) properties (U. Beginn, et al.

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\03\45th ManMade Fibers Congress Dornbirn 0603.rtf

 

 


|... ium) Technical textiles and textile composites Comfort textiles by using antistatic fibers and microencapsulation World market for technical textiles (C. Lutin-Del ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Maccaferr Acquires Epitropec Fibres 0604.rtf

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The Maccaferri Group of Bologna, Italy, has acquired for an undisclosed amount Epitropic Fibres and Linear Composites from the UK's JWH Group. Also based in Oakworth and owned by JWH since 1989, Linear Composites manufactures geosynthetics and fiber-reinforced products used in civil engineering, industrial and military applications. The Maccaferri Group has for several years offered the Linear Composites range of geogrids within a broad range of other geosynthetic products. "The Maccaferri Group is already successfully marketing Linear Composites geogrids alongside its own geosynthetic ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\International Fiber Journal\(04)\Maccaferr Acquires Epitropec Fibres 0604.rtf

 

 


|... Fibres had been owned by JWH since 2002. The com-pany produces conductive antistatic polyester fiber, which is used in a vari-ety of applications where the buildup of static electr ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Dornbirn 06 main topic Innovations 0604.rtf

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The guiding theme of the 45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress was innovation. Another highlight was the topic Well-being and Health with Textiles with 23 lectures: definition of wellness textiles, medical textiles and wellness trend, fabrics for leisurewear, biological and chemical test procedures, comfort textiles with antistatic fibers and micro-encapsulation, mono-filaments for healthcare, smart textiles etc. Technical Textiles and Textile Composites were represented with 21 lectures. the world market for technical textiles; the other lectures covered radiation technologies for ...

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|... for leisurewear, biological and chemical test procedures, comfort textiles with antistatic fibers and micro-encapsulation, mono-filaments for healthcare, smart textiles etc. Tec ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Some examples of application are: • Energy transport: conduction of electricity • Data transmission: Transmission of voltage /electric currents/frequencies • Electrostatics: Build-up of electrostatic and alternating fields by active voltage • Heating: Electrical heating by resistance threads and wires • Photovoltaic: Photovoltaic active elements For passive use the following examples can be listed: . Shielding effect against electromagnet- ic waves • Reduction of electrostatic charge • Dissipation of electrostatic charge • Avoidance of spark discharge These areas of passive use, ...

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|... se of staple fibers or filaments and electrical contact are also of importance. Materials for antistatic protection cloth-ing, which contain conductive yarns or filaments (ELG) at cert ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Materials for personal protective clothing 0611.rtf

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Materials for personal protective clothing By C.W. Kan* Innovations in fibres for applications in personal protective clothing include fibres for flame and heat protection. Aramid fibres: Some types of aramid fibres are commercially available as basic material for personal protective clothing. Novel yarn spinning technology: Novel yarn spinning technologies are commercially available now for producing hybrid yarns for various applications including protective clothing. (ii) GORE-TEX Antistatic breathable textile: this functional textile for personal protective clothing combines several ...

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|... organic fibres in the past decade. One practical approach to make a permanently antistatic fibre is to blend a conducting polymer into the non-conducting fibre. Novel yarn sp ...|

 

 

 

 

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Berlin rendezvous

Textile Month\Issue 2\Berlin rendezvous 0602.rtf

 

A comparison of filter efficiency of various nonwoven structures revealed the following decreasing order of filter efficiency: • Nanospider > 98.5% • Charged meltblown > 94.1% • Glass microfibres > 90% • Meltblown > 65% • Needlepunched > 47%. Tissue engineering Biomedical applications are another promising potential market for nanofibres. SoyGeo fibre is wet-spun following the chemical extraction of soya bean protein using a textile formulation supplied by Germany's Bozzetto GmbH, based in Krefeld. Bamboo charcoal Dr Wen-tung Chen of the Taiwan Textile Research Institute introduced ...

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

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Berlin rendezvous 0602.rtf

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A comparison of filter efficiency of various nonwoven structures revealed the following decreasing order of filter efficiency: • Nanospider > 98.5% • Charged meltblown > 94.1% • Glass microfibres > 90% • Meltblown > 65% • Needlepunched > 47%. Tissue engineering Biomedical applications are another promising potential market for nanofibres. SoyGeo fibre is wet-spun following the chemical extraction of soya bean protein using a textile formulation supplied by Germany's Bozzetto GmbH, based in Krefeld. Bamboo charcoal Dr Wen-tung Chen of the Taiwan Textile Research Institute introduced ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Textile Month\Issue 2\Berlin rendezvous 0602.rtf

 

 


|... ficial charcoal's properties of absorption, moisture retention, anti-bacterial, deodorising, far-infrared and heat preservation. Animal hyper sensitivity tests with Phyllo ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Fighting fire

Textile Month\Issue 3\Fighting fire 0603.rtf

 

Among the manmade fibres which will allow fabrics to meet these new FR requirements is Basofil, initially developed at a cost of US$100 million by BASF in the mid-1980s. Purchased McKinnon-Land-Moran, a holding company headed by former textile executive Bob McKinnon, purchased Basofil from BASF in 2002 and its current manufacturing operations are headquartered in a 100,000-square-foot facility in Enka, North Carolina. McKinnon-Land-Moran received the California Fire Chiefs Association's Award For Innovation in Fire Protection for its work with Basofil in FR barrier technologies for ...

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Niche concentration

Textile Month\Issue 1\Niche concentration 0601.rtf

 

In addition to its extensive range of flame retardants, waterproofing coatings and polymer additives, it will feature Pyrapex, a melt-spinnable flame retardant additive for polyesters and polyamides. "Our target markets include textile fibres and fabrics used in apparel, awnings and tents, filters and home furnishings," he said. "We will be promoting our value-added effects for the technical textiles and nonwovens markets," said company spokeswoman Carole Smargon. innovations add performance benefits to the technical textiles market," says Mark Snider, technical markets manager for ...

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

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Fighting fire 0603.rtf

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Among the manmade fibres which will allow fabrics to meet these new FR requirements is Basofil, initially developed at a cost of US$100 million by BASF in the mid-1980s. Purchased McKinnon-Land-Moran, a holding company headed by former textile executive Bob McKinnon, purchased Basofil from BASF in 2002 and its current manufacturing operations are headquartered in a 100,000-square-foot facility in Enka, North Carolina. McKinnon-Land-Moran received the California Fire Chiefs Association's Award For Innovation in Fire Protection for its work with Basofil in FR barrier technologies for ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Textile Month\Issue 3\Fighting fire 0603.rtf

 

 


|... in a big way," said Mr McKinnon. "Basofil is one of the best, if not the best, flame resistant fibre today. If it were a drug, it would be a wonder drug. It chars in place, do ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Niche concentration 0601.rtf

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In addition to its extensive range of flame retardants, waterproofing coatings and polymer additives, it will feature Pyrapex, a melt-spinnable flame retardant additive for polyesters and polyamides. "Our target markets include textile fibres and fabrics used in apparel, awnings and tents, filters and home furnishings," he said. "We will be promoting our value-added effects for the technical textiles and nonwovens markets," said company spokeswoman Carole Smargon. innovations add performance benefits to the technical textiles market," says Mark Snider, technical markets manager for ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Textile Month\Issue 1\Niche concentration 0601.rtf

 

 


|... aven's Hal Bates. "Incorporating Kermel fibres with solution-dyed FR modacrylic fibres, GlenGuard fabrics are inherently flame resistant and also colourfast, even after repeated commercial launderings. These woven fa ...|

 

 

 

 

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Current situation in the Chinese plastics

Chemical Fibers International\03\Current situation in the Chinese plastics 0603.rtf

 

- Development of the Chinese PET industry China's chemical fiber industry, with PET as the main sector, went into large scale operation in 1970 and expanded greatly between 1990 and 2005. PET is now the largest fiber product in China's chemical fiber industry, taking up 80% of the total fiber production. In 2004, the total production of synthetic resin reached 17.9 million tons, imported were 21.3 million tons, exported were 1.1 million tons, apparent consumption of plastic raw materials was 38.1 million tons and export of plastic products were about 10 million tons. BO-PET film's price ...

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Amid Market Challenges

International Fiber Journal\(04)\Amid Market Challenges 0604.rtf

 

Developments in the European manmade fibers industry in the past year have been heavily influenced by an unfavorable economic background. All manmade fibers pro-duction is energy intensive, and the majority uses oil as the basis for feedstocks. The manmade fibers industry in Europe also faces the challenge of world over-capacity for many types of fibers. EUROPEAN MMF DECLINE Against this difficult background, it is not surprising that 2005 saw a decline in sales by European manmade fiber producers.

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Functional Fabrics Transform Sportswear

International Fiber Journal\(06)\Functional Fabrics Transform Sportswear 0606.rtf

 

Body heat, which can be quickly evacuated via ventilation openings, helps to prevent heat stress and thus improve the wearer's performance. Since the 1970s, intensive work has therefore been carried out at the International Textile Research Centre of the Hohenstein Institutes on optimizing the wear comfort of sportswear. The synthetic fibers of the "double face materials" lying against the skin transport perspiration quickly and effectively away from the body into the outer cotton. Used in combination, these two materials offer significantly improved wear comfort over cotton clothing, ...

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Rigger Made With Dyneema Fiber Gives Race Winners a High-Tech Advantage

International Fiber Journal\(06)\Rigger Made With Dyneema Fiber Gives Race Winners a High-Tech Advantage 0606.rtf

 

Making its debut in the round-the-world Volvo Ocean Race, new Dyneema® SK78 fiber, from DSM Dyneema, proved its superior performance under extreme conditions. Dyneema SK78 fiber delivers improved stability under static loads for better performance and longer life in exceptionally demanding conditions such as the nine-month Volvo Ocean Race. The Pirates of the Caribbean entry in the Volvo Ocean Race, The Black Pearl, was the first of the new class of Volvo Open 70 yacht designs to adopt running rigging made with Dyneema SK 78, which the team used throughout the entire race. They relied on...

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EUROPEAN MARKETS_Belgiums production begins to decline

Textile Asia\(11 listopad)\EUROPEAN MARKETS_Belgiums production begins to decline 0611.rtf

 

The Belgian textile industry switched fairly quickly to products that are less sensitive to competition from low-wage countries, hence the amount of interior textiles and technical textiles as propor- tions of the total Belgian textile produc- tion exceeds the EU average. The abolition of the last EU import quota on textiles and clothing products from low-wage countries on January 1, 2005 prompted a flood of cheap Chinese products on the EU market. On the EU-25 market, taking about 85% of total Belgian textile ex- ports, supplies in 2005 remained more or less stable in value (+0.3%).

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Materials for personal protective clothing

Textile Asia\(11 listopad)\Materials for personal protective clothing 0611.rtf

 

Materials for personal protective clothing By C.W. Kan* Innovations in fibres for applications in personal protective clothing include fibres for flame and heat protection. Aramid fibres: Some types of aramid fibres are commercially available as basic material for personal protective clothing. Novel yarn spinning technology: Novel yarn spinning technologies are commercially available now for producing hybrid yarns for various applications including protective clothing. (ii) GORE-TEX Antistatic breathable textile: this functional textile for personal protective clothing combines several ...

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Airbus contract for Tex Tech

Textile Horizons\(03-04 brezen-duben)\Airbus contract for Tex Tech 06_0304.rtf

 

Airbus contract for Tex Tech Tex Tech Industries, a global manufacturer of woven technical fabrics and needled nonwovens, has been awarded a major contract to supply Airbus with fire barrier materials. The company, headquartered in North Monmouth, Maine, USA, beat off global competition for the contract to provide the fire barrier materials for the internal structures of Airbus passenger cabins. Tex Tech specialises in manufacturing tennis ball felt, ballistics safety materials and high-tech specialty fibres and fabrics primarily used for aerospace, safety and recreation-related products...

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Intensive training

Textile Horizons\(11-12 listopad-prosinec)\Intensive training 0611-12.pdf.rtf

 

Physiological wear comfort - the breathability and heat and moisture management of textiles -plays a crucial role in supporting the physical and mental performance of the wearer. Negative Textiles which adhere to wet skin also produce negative sensory stimuli and skin which is moist with perspiration is unnecessarily irritated. Combination The synthetic fibres of the 'double face materials' lying against the skin transport perspiration quickly and effectively away from the body into the outer cotton. Used in combination, these two materials offer significantly improved wear comfort over ...

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

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Current situation in the Chinese plastics 0603.rtf

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- Development of the Chinese PET industry China's chemical fiber industry, with PET as the main sector, went into large scale operation in 1970 and expanded greatly between 1990 and 2005. PET is now the largest fiber product in China's chemical fiber industry, taking up 80% of the total fiber production. In 2004, the total production of synthetic resin reached 17.9 million tons, imported were 21.3 million tons, exported were 1.1 million tons, apparent consumption of plastic raw materials was 38.1 million tons and export of plastic products were about 10 million tons. BO-PET film's price ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\03\Current situation in the Chinese plastics 0603.rtf

 

 


|... tandards and regulation • to expend the engineering plastic and composite materials with high-tech val- ue added • to develop high-tech and scale produc- tion of commonly u ...|... e-velop self-owned new technology, espe-cially concerning national security and high tech fiber materials, it is necessary to establish a special project base and boost the progress of ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Amid Market Challenges 0604.rtf

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Developments in the European manmade fibers industry in the past year have been heavily influenced by an unfavorable economic background. All manmade fibers production is energy intensive, and the majority uses oil as the basis for feedstocks. The manmade fibers industry in Europe also faces the challenge of world over-capacity for many types of fibers. EUROPEAN MMF DECLINE Against this difficult background, it is not surprising that 2005 saw a decline in sales by European manmade fiber producers.

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\International Fiber Journal\(04)\Amid Market Challenges 0604.rtf

 

 


|... bright future for those companies with a technological and market lead in high-tech fibers and yarns. IFJ Mr. Sabanci's remarks were excerpted from his annual address o ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Functional Fabrics Transform Sportswear 0606.rtf

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Body heat, which can be quickly evacuated via ventilation openings, helps to prevent heat stress and thus improve the wearer's performance. Since the 1970s, intensive work has therefore been carried out at the International Textile Research Centre of the Hohenstein Institutes on optimizing the wear comfort of sportswear. The synthetic fibers of the "double face materials" lying against the skin transport perspiration quickly and effectively away from the body into the outer cotton. Used in combination, these two materials offer significantly improved wear comfort over cotton clothing, ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\International Fiber Journal\(06)\Functional Fabrics Transform Sportswear 0606.rtf

 

 


|... ablished on the market for this purpose. The membranes can consist of different high-tech materials: the pores of porous polytetrafluoroethylene (trade name: Teflon) for example, ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Rigger Made With Dyneema Fiber Gives Race Winners a High-Tech Advantage 0606.rtf

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Making its debut in the round-the-world Volvo Ocean Race, new Dyneema® SK78 fiber, from DSM Dyneema, proved its superior performance under extreme conditions. Dyneema SK78 fiber delivers improved stability under static loads for better performance and longer life in exceptionally demanding conditions such as the nine-month Volvo Ocean Race. The Pirates of the Caribbean entry in the Volvo Ocean Race, The Black Pearl, was the first of the new class of Volvo Open 70 yacht designs to adopt running rigging made with Dyneema SK 78, which the team used throughout the entire race. They relied on...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\International Fiber Journal\(06)\Rigger Made With Dyneema Fiber Gives Race Winners a High-Tech Advantage 0606.rtf

 

 


MARINE T3Technical Textile Technology Rigger Made With Dyneema Fiber Gives Race Winners a High-Tech Advantage Making its debut in the round-the-world Volvo Ocean Race, new ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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EUROPEAN MARKETS_Belgiums production begins to decline 0611.rtf

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The Belgian textile industry switched fairly quickly to products that are less sensitive to competition from low-wage countries, hence the amount of interior textiles and technical textiles as propor- tions of the total Belgian textile production exceeds the EU average. The abolition of the last EU import quota on textiles and clothing products from low-wage countries on January 1, 2005 prompted a flood of cheap Chinese products on the EU market. On the EU-25 market, taking about 85% of total Belgian textile ex- ports, supplies in 2005 remained more or less stable in value (+0.3%).

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Textile Asia\(11 listopad)\EUROPEAN MARKETS_Belgiums production begins to decline 0611.rtf

 

 


|... polymer manufacturers. Its main fields of activity are the pro- duction of high-tech polymer materi- als and the development of innovative solutions for products used in many ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Materials for personal protective clothing 0611.rtf

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Materials for personal protective clothing By C.W. Kan* Innovations in fibres for applications in personal protective clothing include fibres for flame and heat protection. Aramid fibres: Some types of aramid fibres are commercially available as basic material for personal protective clothing. Novel yarn spinning technology: Novel yarn spinning technologies are commercially available now for producing hybrid yarns for various applications including protective clothing. (ii) GORE-TEX Antistatic breathable textile: this functional textile for personal protective clothing combines several ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Textile Asia\(11 listopad)\Materials for personal protective clothing 0611.rtf

 

 


|... n clothing: For many years, there has been an innovation gateway in the manmade fibre high-tech and high-performance textile sectors. Very interesting developments in heat ret ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Airbus contract for Tex Tech 06_0304.rtf

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Airbus contract for Tex Tech Tex Tech Industries, a global manufacturer of woven technical fabrics and needled nonwovens, has been awarded a major contract to supply Airbus with fire barrier materials. The company, headquartered in North Monmouth, Maine, USA, beat off global competition for the contract to provide the fire barrier materials for the internal structures of Airbus passenger cabins. Tex Tech specialises in manufacturing tennis ball felt, ballistics safety materials and high-tech specialty fibres and fabrics primarily used for aerospace, safety and recreation-related products...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Textile Horizons\(03-04 brezen-duben)\Airbus contract for Tex Tech 06_0304.rtf

 

 


|... e." Tex Tech specialises in manufacturing tennis ball felt, ballistics safety materials and high-tech specialty fibres and fabrics primarily used for aerospace, safety and recreation-related produ ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Intensive training 0611-12.pdf.rtf

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Physiological wear comfort - the breathability and heat and moisture management of textiles -plays a crucial role in supporting the physical and mental performance of the wearer. Negative Textiles which adhere to wet skin also produce negative sensory stimuli and skin which is moist with perspiration is unnecessarily irritated. Combination The synthetic fibres of the 'double face materials' lying against the skin transport perspiration quickly and effectively away from the body into the outer cotton. Used in combination, these two materials offer significantly improved wear comfort over ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Textile Horizons\(11-12 listopad-prosinec)\Intensive training 0611-12.pdf.rtf

 

 


|... ablished on the market for this purpose. The membranes can consist of different high-tech materials. The pores of porous polytetrafluoroethylene (Teflon) for example, are smaller ...|

 

 

 

 

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Tencel lyocell fibers for carpets

Chemical Fibers International\01\Tencel lyocell fibers for carpets 0601.rtf

 

The widespread introduc-tion of tufted carpets dramatically cut production costs and made carpets an af-fordable part of home decor. As a result, the carpet fiber market is domi-nated by oil-based synthetic fibers both in Western Europe and especially the USA. Carpet market The total weight of carpets produced an-nually in the USA and Western Europe combined amounts to around 4 million tons. Disposal of carpets The carpet industry has made some efforts to reduce the amount of landfill by re-use or recycling of the pile fiber and other carpet components.

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New bioactive cellulosic fibers

Chemical Fibers International\02\New bioactive cellulosic fibers 0602.rtf

 

Man-made cellulosic fibers with bioactive properties can be achieved by addi-tion of special additives into the spinning solution or by treatment of fibers with these chemicals. The recent developments in Lenzing show possibilities to ob-tain Tencel and viscose fibers with bioactive properties. Bioactive Tencel fibers can be developed by modification of fibers with the polysaccharide "chitosan". An additional treatment of these fibers with zinc or silver ions presents possibilities to develop Viscose fibers with bioactive properties.

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New Tence lyocell fiber for filling

Chemical Fibers International\02\New Tence lyocell fiber for filling 0602.rtf

 

The new Tencel lyocell filling fiber, pre-sented by Lenzing AG, Lenzing/Austria, at the Heimtextil fair in January 2006 in Frankfurt/Germany, has a star-shaped cross-section and almost twice the sur-face of Tencel Fill. The advantages of the modified Tencel fiber lie in the good blend ability with polyester and the rein-forcement of the properties already known: one major advantage lies in the increase in fiber bulkiness. Comforters filled with this innova-tive Tencel fiber retain their volume longer and lose none of their bulkiness. At the same time the fiber's star-shape increases the ...

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Development of special types of PP fibers

Chemical Fibers International\03\Development of special types of PP fibers 0603.rtf

 

These properties of mPP allow fibers with higher tenacities, finer fibers types and yarns with lower shrinking ability to be prepared, in comparison with fibers pre-pared with ZN - iPP polymers. The main assortment of selected PP fiber materials and products is staple fibers, BCF fibers, tows, textile and indus-trial filament fibers, film tapes, fibrillated film yarns and webs (spun-bond, melt-blown). Development of PP yarns in Slovakia Development of PP fibers in Slovakia has been paid attention for more than 47 years, especially in universities, research institutes (VUCHV) fiber ...

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Functional modifications of chitosan fibers

Chemical Fibers International\03\Functional modifications of chitosan fibers 0603.rtf

 

Chitosan fibers have in recent years found applications in various niche end us-es such as antimicrobial textiles and wound dressings. In these applications, chitosan is used for its natural antimicrobial properties and its ability to provide a moist environment and to accelerate wound healing. Because chitosan pos-sesses in its structure highly reactive primary amine groups and hydroxyl groups, the functional properties of chitosan fibers can be modified by applying various treatments to the fiber structure. Chelation with metal ions Chitosan fibers can bind metal ions via chelation ...

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45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 DEVELOPMENTS

Chemical Fibers International\04\45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 DEVELOPMENTS 0604.rtf

 

The American fibers market F. Horn, Fiber Economics Bureau, American Fiber Manufacturers Association, Arlington/USA The decade 1995 through 2005 has been one of radical change for the North American manufactured fiber industry. Variation of fibers properties can be also accomplished by mani-fold chemical variations of functional polymers forming electrospun fibers. BASF, as a leading producer of ionic liquids, investigates the technical conversion of the preparation of cellulosic fibers using ionic liquids in cooperation with the Institute of Textile Chemistry and Chemical Fibers (ITCF), ...

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Hight temperature resistant polyoxadiazole fibers

Chemical Fibers International\04\Hight temperature resistant polyoxadiazole fibers 0604.rtf

 

Materials and fabrics based on fibers and yarns with high thermal stability are widely applied in various areas for professional and ecological protection, res-cue means in extreme situations, the interior of passenger transport, thermal isolation, filtration of hot gases and many other directions. The new technology of the second generation of polyoxadiazole fibers and yarns was created and industri-al production was organized. Now a lead-ing company in the field of technology of these fibers and yarns is Joint-Stock Sci-entific Production Company Heat-resist-ant fabrics (NPF ...

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New generations of lyocell fibers

Chemical Fibers International\04\New generations of lyocell fibers 0604.rtf

 

At the Department of Man-Made Fibers of the Technical University of Lodz and Institute of Natural Fibers a manufacturing process of cellulose nanofibers has been developed that belong to the new generation of lyocell type fibers as being also produced with the use of NMMO. The article will discuss original developments of the research work within the scope of technology of lyocell type fibers, mainly of the research work on nano-cellulose fibers. Currently, the world production of chem-ical fibers amounts to about 40 million tons/year, including about 10% of cellu-lose fibers. The ...

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New patents

Chemical Fibers International\05\New patents 0605.rtf

 

Dyeable polypropylene resin composition and fiber/nonwoven comprising the same A novel polypropylene resin composition which easily imparts very good dyeability to polypropylene fibers. The polypropylene resin composition is obtained by melt-blending the following ingredients: 85-95 mass% polypropylene resin, 3-9 mass% ethylene/ vinyl acetate (EVA), and 2-6 mass% polyether ester amide compound. : WO06-063905 Publication date: June 30, 2006 Eccentric polyester-polyethylene bicomponent fiber Method for manufacturing an eccentric bicomponent fiber of the core/skin type with a soft feel and ...

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PTFE yarns unique yarns

Chemical Fibers International\05\PTFE yarns unique yarns 0605.rtf

 

These fibers known under the brand name Lenzing Profilen and Lenzing PTFE have unique properties and performance characteristics compared to other types of fibers. This is due on one hand to the performance of the PTFE precursor material, on the other hand to the production process. Combined with an adequate production process, it is possible to achieve a very high tensile strength and a soft fiber. Such PTFE yarns and fibers can be used in a huge range of applications.

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Functional Fabrics Transform Sportswear

International Fiber Journal\(06)\Functional Fabrics Transform Sportswear 0606.rtf

 

Body heat, which can be quickly evacuated via ventilation openings, helps to prevent heat stress and thus improve the wearer's performance. Since the 1970s, intensive work has therefore been carried out at the International Textile Research Centre of the Hohenstein Institutes on optimizing the wear comfort of sportswear. The synthetic fibers of the "double face materials" lying against the skin transport perspiration quickly and effectively away from the body into the outer cotton. Used in combination, these two materials offer significantly improved wear comfort over cotton clothing, ...

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New Tencel lyocell fiber for filling

Melliand international\(02)\New Tencel lyocell fiber for filling 0602.rtf

 

The new Tencel lyocell filling fiber, pre-sented by Lenzing AG, Lenzing/Austria, at the Heimtextil fair in January 2006 in Frankfurt/Germany, has a star-shaped cross-section and almost twice the sur-face of Tencel Fill. The advantages of the modified Tencel fiber lie in the good blend ability with polyester and the rein-forcement of the properties already known: one major advantage lies in the increase in fiber bulkiness. Comforters filled with this innova-tive Tencel fiber retain their volume longer and lose none of their bulkiness. fiber surface of Tencel and also increases moisture ...

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PTFE yarns unique yarn properties achieved by exclusive production technology

Melliand international\(04)\PTFE yarns unique yarn properties achieved by exclusive production technology 0604.rtf

 

These fibers known under the brand name Lenzing Profilen and Lenzing PTFE have unique properties and performance characteristics compared to other types of fibers. This is due on one hand to the performance of the PTFE precursor material, on the other hand to the production process. Combined with an adequate production process, it is possible to achieve a very high tensile strength and a soft fiber. Such PTFE yarns and fibers can be used in a huge range of applications.

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Health and textiles

Technical Textiles\2.q\Health and textiles 0602.rtf

 

Textile products and process chemicals are subordinate to various legislations and directives to protect the user and his/her environment. They may in fact: • Create new polymers and additives for the production of innovative fibers, coatings and laminates. Moreover, the development of various 3D-structures of woven and knitted fab-rics, and nonwovens completes the de-velopment of new materials while creat-ing possibilities to add improved comfort-related properties to textiles. Metallized tex-tiles not only allow heated textiles to be produced but also smart textiles, electro-magnetic ...

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New bioactive cellulosic fibers

Technical Textiles\2.q\New bioactive cellulosic fibers 0602.rtf

 

Man-made cellulosic fibers with bioactive properties can be achieved by addi-tion of special additives into the spinning solution or by treatment of fibers with these chemicals. The recent developments in Lenzing show possibilities to ob-tain Tencel and viscose fibers with bioactive properties. Bioactive Tencel fibers can be developed by modification of fibers with the polysaccharide "chitosan". An additional treatment of these fibers with zinc or silver ions presents possibilities to develop Viscose fibers with bioactive properties.

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PTT uses and potential

Textile Asia\(04 duben)\PTT uses and potential 0604.rtf

 

P oly(trimethylene terephthalate), a kind of thermoplastic polymer, is used mainly to produce Poly(trimethylene terephthalate) fibre or PTT fibre. The moisture sorption of PTT fibre is little or even less than of normal Poly(ethylene terephthalate) fibre. As one kind of polymer fibre, PTT fibre also has rigid phenyl just like PET fibre 's. The space structure of PTT fibre 's macromolecule is similar to the shape of "Z". The crystal velocity of PTT fibre is about 15 times that of PET fibre.

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Intensive training

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Physiological wear comfort - the breathability and heat and moisture management of textiles -plays a crucial role in supporting the physical and mental performance of the wearer. Negative Textiles which adhere to wet skin also produce negative sensory stimuli and skin which is moist with perspiration is unnecessarily irritated. Combination The synthetic fibres of the 'double face materials' lying against the skin transport perspiration quickly and effectively away from the body into the outer cotton. Used in combination, these two materials offer significantly improved wear comfort over ...

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Niche concentration

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In addition to its extensive range of flame retardants, waterproofing coatings and polymer additives, it will feature Pyrapex, a melt-spinnable flame retardant additive for polyesters and polyamides. "Our target markets include textile fibres and fabrics used in apparel, awnings and tents, filters and home furnishings," he said. "We will be promoting our value-added effects for the technical textiles and nonwovens markets," said company spokeswoman Carole Smargon. innovations add performance benefits to the technical textiles market," says Mark Snider, technical markets manager for ...

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

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Tencel lyocell fibers for carpets 0601.rtf

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The widespread introduc-tion of tufted carpets dramatically cut production costs and made carpets an af-fordable part of home decor. As a result, the carpet fiber market is domi-nated by oil-based synthetic fibers both in Western Europe and especially the USA. Carpet market The total weight of carpets produced an-nually in the USA and Western Europe combined amounts to around 4 million tons. Disposal of carpets The carpet industry has made some efforts to reduce the amount of landfill by re-use or recycling of the pile fiber and other carpet components.

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|... are planted each year than are harvested. It is not made from genetically modified materials nor is irrigation used in the farming of the wood. Tencel is readily biodegrada ...|... lient than most other cellulosics (Table 2). Lenzing is also developing special fibers with modified fiber cross-section in order to further enhance carpet pile resilience. - Antistati ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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New bioactive cellulosic fibers 0602.rtf

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Man-made cellulosic fibers with bioactive properties can be achieved by addi-tion of special additives into the spinning solution or by treatment of fibers with these chemicals. The recent developments in Lenzing show possibilities to ob-tain Tencel and viscose fibers with bioactive properties. Bioactive Tencel fibers can be developed by modification of fibers with the polysaccharide "chitosan". An additional treatment of these fibers with zinc or silver ions presents possibilities to develop Viscose fibers with bioactive properties.

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|... nent bioactive properties focuses on the following possibilities: • chitosan modified Tencel fibers are obtained by a proprietary manufacturing process • incorporation of ...|... k Test" of BISFA [11] was used to test the bioactive properties of the chitosan modified Tencel fibers and nonwoven fabrics. This test method is de-signed to evaluate the resistance ...|... Antibacterial properties of chitosan modified Tencel - Activity of chitosan modified Tencel staple fibers against bacteria Figs. 8-10 illustrate the antibacterial prop-erties of chitosan modified Tencel fibers. Tencel fibers with 0.1, 0.3 and 0.5% chi-tosan show significant activity against bacteria 5. ...|... ulosic fibers based on viscose and lyocell technologies are presented. Chitosan modified Tencel fibers as well as modifi-cation of viscose fibers by incorporation of ion exchange res ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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New Tence lyocell fiber for filling 0602.rtf

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The new Tencel lyocell filling fiber, presented by Lenzing AG, Lenzing/Austria, at the Heimtextil fair in January 2006 in Frankfurt/Germany, has a star-shaped cross-section and almost twice the surface of Tencel Fill. The advantages of the modified Tencel fiber lie in the good blend ability with polyester and the rein-forcement of the properties already known: one major advantage lies in the increase in fiber bulkiness. Comforters filled with this innova-tive Tencel fiber retain their volume longer and lose none of their bulkiness. At the same time the fiber's star-shape increases the ...

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|... oss-section and almost twice the sur-face of Tencel Fill. The advantages of the modified Tencel fiber lie in the good blend ability with polyester and the rein-forcement of the prop ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Development of special types of PP fibers 0603.rtf

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These properties of mPP allow fibers with higher tenacities, finer fibers types and yarns with lower shrinking ability to be prepared, in comparison with fibers pre-pared with ZN - iPP polymers. The main assortment of selected PP fiber materials and products is staple fibers, BCF fibers, tows, textile and indus-trial filament fibers, film tapes, fibrillated film yarns and webs (spun-bond, melt-blown). Development of PP yarns in Slovakia Development of PP fibers in Slovakia has been paid attention for more than 47 years, especially in universities, research institutes (VUCHV) fiber ...

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|... ulture (geo- and agrotex-tiles), structural materials, protective tex-tiles (PP fibers with various contents of modifying substrates). A considerable part of PP fiber production is applied in sanitary ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Functional modifications of chitosan fibers 0603.rtf

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Chitosan fibers have in recent years found applications in various niche end us-es such as antimicrobial textiles and wound dressings. In these applications, chitosan is used for its natural antimicrobial properties and its ability to provide a moist environment and to accelerate wound healing. Because chitosan pos-sesses in its structure highly reactive primary amine groups and hydroxyl groups, the functional properties of chitosan fibers can be modified by applying various treatments to the fiber structure. Chelation with metal ions Chitosan fibers can bind metal ions via chelation ...

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|... primary amine groups and hydroxyl groups, the functional properties of chitosan fibers can be modified by applying various treatments to the fiber structure. This paper summarizes so ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 DEVELOPMENTS 0604.rtf

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The American fibers market F. Horn, Fiber Economics Bureau, American Fiber Manufacturers Association, Arlington/USA The decade 1995 through 2005 has been one of radical change for the North American manufactured fiber industry. Variation of fibers properties can be also accomplished by mani-fold chemical variations of functional polymers forming electrospun fibers. BASF, as a leading producer of ionic liquids, investigates the technical conversion of the preparation of cellulosic fibers using ionic liquids in cooperation with the Institute of Textile Chemistry and Chemical Fibers (ITCF), ...

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|... een envisioned and some of them have al-ready been successfully commercialized. Fiber properties can be further modified by spinning and modification of polymer blends and block-copolymers. In additio ...|... 00 m/min is readily feasible. This indi-cates good processing properties of the modified fibers. The dyeing properties of the as-drawn fibers improve with increasing comonomer ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Hight temperature resistant polyoxadiazole fibers 0604.rtf

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Materials and fabrics based on fibers and yarns with high thermal stability are widely applied in various areas for professional and ecological protection, res-cue means in extreme situations, the interior of passenger transport, thermal isolation, filtration of hot gases and many other directions. The new technology of the second generation of polyoxadiazole fibers and yarns was created and industrial production was organized. Now a leading company in the field of technology of these fibers and yarns is Joint-Stock Sci-entific Production Company Heat-resist-ant fabrics (NPF ...

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|... this stage is approximately similar these ones for other kinds of synthetic fibers. For production of modified fibers, for example colored in mass and others kinds, special additives are included ...|... ntially higher than standard Arselon. The materials and fabrics on the base of modified fibers Arselon-S possess the good atmos-phere and light resistance for their appli-cat ...|

 

 

  

 

 

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New generations of lyocell fibers 0604.rtf

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At the Department of Man-Made Fibers of the Technical University of Lodz and Institute of Natural Fibers a manufacturing process of cellulose nanofibers has been developed that belong to the new generation of lyocell type fibers as being also produced with the use of NMMO. The article will discuss original developments of the research work within the scope of technology of lyocell type fibers, mainly of the research work on nano-cellulose fibers. Currently, the world production of chem-ical fibers amounts to about 40 million tons/year, including about 10% of cellu-lose fibers. The ...

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|... iversity of Lodz, under the supervision of authors of this paper, were aimed at modifying fiber structure during the fiber-forming process. The basic objective of these studies was to reduce the suscept ...|... iers in the fiber structure, and consequently the respective proper-ties of the modified fibers. Cellulose fibers with good electric conduction [9] can be obtained by incorporating either carbo ...|... rnecki, P., Kulpinski, P., Niekraszewicz, B., Rubacha, M.: The Method of Making Modified Cellulose Fibers. Appl. Pat WO 2004/081267A1 [9] Rubacha, M.: Cellulose Fibers with Anti-stati ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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New patents 0605.rtf

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Dyeable polypropylene resin composition and fiber/nonwoven comprising the same A novel polypropylene resin composition which easily imparts very good dyeability to polypropylene fibers. The polypropylene resin composition is obtained by melt-blending the following ingredients: 85-95 mass% polypropylene resin, 3-9 mass% ethylene/ vinyl acetate (EVA), and 2-6 mass% polyether ester amide compound. : WO06-063905 Publication date: June 30, 2006 Eccentric polyester-polyethylene bicomponent fiber Method for manufacturing an eccentric bicomponent fiber of the core/skin type with a soft feel and ...

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|... blication No.: WO06-074889 Publication date: July 28, 2006 Ethylene copolymer modified oriented polyester films, tapes, fibers and nonwoven textiles Disclosed are films, tapes, and melt-spun fibers prepar ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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PTFE yarns unique yarns 0605.rtf

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These fibers known under the brand name Lenzing Profilen and Lenzing PTFE have unique properties and performance characteristics compared to other types of fibers. This is due on one hand to the performance of the PTFE precursor material, on the other hand to the production process. Combined with an adequate production process, it is possible to achieve a very high tensile strength and a soft fiber. Such PTFE yarns and fibers can be used in a huge range of applications.

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|... y to produce such fibers. By changing some of the parameters, it is possible to modify some properties of these fibers. Typical parameters are listed in the table. It should, however, be noticed tha ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Functional Fabrics Transform Sportswear 0606.rtf

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Body heat, which can be quickly evacuated via ventilation openings, helps to prevent heat stress and thus improve the wearer's performance. Since the 1970s, intensive work has therefore been carried out at the International Textile Research Centre of the Hohenstein Institutes on optimizing the wear comfort of sportswear. The synthetic fibers of the "double face materials" lying against the skin transport perspiration quickly and effectively away from the body into the outer cotton. Used in combination, these two materials offer significantly improved wear comfort over cotton clothing, ...

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|... e often used as an outer layer in double-face materials, in place of cotton. By modifying the fiber count and the fiber profile, the effective fiber surface and thus the liquid pe ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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New Tencel lyocell fiber for filling 0602.rtf

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The new Tencel lyocell filling fiber, presented by Lenzing AG, Lenzing/Austria, at the Heimtextil fair in January 2006 in Frankfurt/Germany, has a star-shaped cross-section and almost twice the sur-face of Tencel Fill. The advantages of the modified Tencel fiber lie in the good blend ability with polyester and the rein-forcement of the properties already known: one major advantage lies in the increase in fiber bulkiness. Comforters filled with this innova-tive Tencel fiber retain their volume longer and lose none of their bulkiness. fiber surface of Tencel and also increases moisture ...

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|... oss-section and almost twice the sur-face of Tencel Fill. The advantages of the modified Tencel fiber lie in the good blend ability with polyester and the rein-forcement of the prop ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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PTFE yarns unique yarn properties achieved by exclusive production technology 0604.rtf

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These fibers known under the brand name Lenzing Profilen and Lenzing PTFE have unique properties and performance characteristics compared to other types of fibers. This is due on one hand to the performance of the PTFE precursor material, on the other hand to the production process. Combined with an adequate production process, it is possible to achieve a very high tensile strength and a soft fiber. Such PTFE yarns and fibers can be used in a huge range of applications.

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|... y to produce such fibers. By changing some of the parameters, it is possible to modify some properties of these fibers. Typical parameters are listed in the table. It should, however, be noticed tha ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Health and textiles 0602.rtf

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Textile products and process chemicals are subordinate to various legislations and directives to protect the user and his/her environment. They may in fact: • Create new polymers and additives for the production of innovative fibers, coatings and laminates. Moreover, the development of various 3D-structures of woven and knitted fab-rics, and nonwovens completes the de-velopment of new materials while creat-ing possibilities to add improved comfort-related properties to textiles. Metallized tex-tiles not only allow heated textiles to be produced but also smart textiles, electromagnetic ...

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|... bio-fuel, biopolymers, biofinishes and bioen-zymes, and applied to produce new fibers and coatings, to modify textile surfaces, to save water and energy during convention-al textile finishi ...|... capacities for perfumes, vitamins • Cutinase, amidase, nitrilase: enzymes modifying the surface of synthetic fibers such as polyester, polyamide and poly- acrylate (adding hydrophilicity or i ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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New bioactive cellulosic fibers 0602.rtf

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Man-made cellulosic fibers with bioactive properties can be achieved by addi-tion of special additives into the spinning solution or by treatment of fibers with these chemicals. The recent developments in Lenzing show possibilities to ob-tain Tencel and viscose fibers with bioactive properties. Bioactive Tencel fibers can be developed by modification of fibers with the polysaccharide "chitosan". An additional treatment of these fibers with zinc or silver ions presents possibilities to develop Viscose fibers with bioactive properties.

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|... anent bioactive properties focuses on the following possibilities: • chitosan modified Tencel fibers are ob- tained by a proprietary manufacturing process • incorporation of ...|... uorescence. Fig. 3 shows the even and very fine distribution of chitosan in the modified Tencel fibers over the entire cross-sections of the fibers. Because of the permanent fixation ...|... k Test" of BISFA [11] was used to test the bioactive properties of the chitosan modified Tencel fibers and nonwoven fabrics. This test method is designed to evaluate the resistance o ...|... Antibacterial properties of chitosan modified Tencel - Activity of chitosan modified Tencel staple fibers against bacteria Figs. 8-10 illustrate the antibacterial prop-erties of chitosan modified Tencel fibers. Tencel fibers with 0.1, 0.3 and 0.5% chi-tosan show significant activity against bacteria 5. ...|... ulosic fibers based on viscose and lyocell technologies are presented. Chitosan modified Tencel fibers as well as modifi-cation of viscose fibers by incorporation of ion exchang ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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PTT uses and potential 0604.rtf

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P oly(trimethylene terephthalate), a kind of thermoplastic polymer, is used mainly to produce Poly(trimethylene terephthalate) fibre or PTT fibre. The moisture sorption of PTT fibre is little or even less than of normal Poly(ethylene terephthalate) fibre. As one kind of polymer fibre, PTT fibre also has rigid phenyl just like PET fibre 's. The space structure of PTT fibre 's macromolecule is similar to the shape of "Z". The crystal velocity of PTT fibre is about 15 times that of PET fibre.

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|... e advantage of PTT fibre's low water absorption to utilise capillarity fully by modified cross-sec-tion of fibre. The ratio of surface area will be increased, then moisture will be educed out ...|... to make soft pyjamas, underwear, straitjackets, work wear, stockings and so on. Modified cross-section PTT fibre has bright prospects in apparel. PTT can be spun into microfibre for making l ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Intensive training 0611-12.pdf.rtf

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Physiological wear comfort - the breathability and heat and moisture management of textiles -plays a crucial role in supporting the physical and mental performance of the wearer. Negative Textiles which adhere to wet skin also produce negative sensory stimuli and skin which is moist with perspiration is unnecessarily irritated. Combination The synthetic fibres of the 'double face materials' lying against the skin transport perspiration quickly and effectively away from the body into the outer cotton. Used in combination, these two materials offer significantly improved wear comfort over ...

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Niche concentration 0601.rtf

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In addition to its extensive range of flame retardants, waterproofing coatings and polymer additives, it will feature Pyrapex, a melt-spinnable flame retardant additive for polyesters and polyamides. "Our target ma rkets include textile fibres and fabrics used in apparel, awnings and tents, filters and home furnishings," he said. "We will be promoting our value-added effects for the technical textiles and nonwovens markets," said company spokeswoman Carole Smargon. innovations add performance benefits to the technical textiles market," says Mark Snider, technical markets manager for ...

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|... ng manufacturing processes for fibre, fabric and coated products. SmartSilver-modified fibres can be used to create odour-resistant shoe linings, T-shirts, socks, gloves, ca ...|

 

 

 

 

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Lightweight as Hard as Steel

Asian Textile Business\(05 kveten)\Lightweight as Hard as Steel_0605.rtf

 

Lightweight as Hard as Steel When it comes to the intermediates aniline and sodium nitrite, the Dutch company Teijin Twaron has for twelve years now relied on BASF as its source. For example, they are essential starting materials for a novel type of special fiber. "'Twaron' is a revolution/' says Jan Mulderink, the former Research Direc-tor of "Twaron", adding, "It is a very special fiber with unbelievable poten-tial and, moreover, a substitute for energy-guzzling conventional materi-als." "Chemical intermediates from BASF are essential to Twaron'," confirms Teijin Twaron Supply Chain ...

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Lenzing Fibers

Asian Textile Business\(06 cerven)\Lenzing Fibers 0606.rtf

 

According to Lenzing Fibers, the sales increase was 60% attributed to organic growth through capacity expansion and 40% to first-time full consolidation of the "Tencel" acquisition. Thomas Fahnemann, Chairman of the Lenzing Group, and respon-sible for the business units Textile Fibers and Nonwoven Fibers, says, "Growth-wise, we're quite satisfied to increase our sales in a very difficult market environment due to our market position. Significant Synergy of "Tencel" Acquisition The acquisition of the former Tencel group of compa-nies marked a milestone for Lenzing Fibers. Lenzing Fibers ...

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New fibers for floorcoverings and textile

Chemical Fibers International\01\New fibers for floorcoverings and textile 0601.rtf

 

Varying polymer type and ratio will allow the adjustment of yarn properties to the desiderate value, there-fore achieving a high product flexibility and allowing a cost-to-performance. Results confirm the uniqueness of the mechanical properties of multipolymeric composites achieved through reactive spinning. Traditionally, synthetic fibers have been manufactured by using polymers avail-able and fiber applications have been adapted to the existing polymer's specific features. Application of the proposed test on homopolymer yarns: results and discussion Table 1 describes the main yarn ...

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Dornbirn 2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens

Chemical Fibers International\02\Dornbirn 2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens 0602.rtf

 

The yearly Man-Made Fibers Congress Dornbirn in Dornbirn/Austria offers a unique European platform for the ex-change of know-how between fiber pro-ducers and the production chain for tex-tiles and nonwovens, textile research in-stitutes, universities and technical col-leges as well as suppliers to textile auxil-iaries and fiber and textile machinery. The main subjects will be new developments in fibers and yarns, technical textiles and textile composites, well-being and health with textiles, and nonwovens, with papers from 86 experts from 15 countries. New fibers The section Developments ...

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New Tence lyocell fiber for filling

Chemical Fibers International\02\New Tence lyocell fiber for filling 0602.rtf

 

The new Tencel lyocell filling fiber, pre-sented by Lenzing AG, Lenzing/Austria, at the Heimtextil fair in January 2006 in Frankfurt/Germany, has a star-shaped cross-section and almost twice the sur-face of Tencel Fill. The advantages of the modified Tencel fiber lie in the good blend ability with polyester and the rein-forcement of the properties already known: one major advantage lies in the increase in fiber bulkiness. Comforters filled with this innova-tive Tencel fiber retain their volume longer and lose none of their bulkiness. At the same time the fiber's star-shape increases the ...

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45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 DEVELOPMENTS

Chemical Fibers International\04\45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 DEVELOPMENTS 0604.rtf

 

The American fibers market F. Horn, Fiber Economics Bureau, American Fiber Manufacturers Association, Arlington/USA The decade 1995 through 2005 has been one of radical change for the North American manufactured fiber industry. Variation of fibers properties can be also accomplished by mani-fold chemical variations of functional polymers forming electrospun fibers. BASF, as a leading producer of ionic liquids, investigates the technical conversion of the preparation of cellulosic fibers using ionic liquids in cooperation with the Institute of Textile Chemistry and Chemical Fibers (ITCF), ...

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45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 NONWOVENS

Chemical Fibers International\04\45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 NONWOVENS 0604.rtf

 

Can fiber producers help the nonwovens industry? Furthermore, wetlaid nonwovens containing polyester fibers are excellent filtration substrates with improved efficiency and lifetime compared to 100% woodpulp based material. Fiber fineness, cutlength, surface and mechanical properties of Advansa's polyester fibers can be engineered in a broad range to meet the technical requirements of the final product. Prospects for the North American nonwovens industry I. Butler, INDA, Assoc. of the Nonwovens Fabrics Industry, Cary/USA North America's nonwovens producers in 2005 made an estimated 1.3 ...

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New generations of lyocell fibers

Chemical Fibers International\04\New generations of lyocell fibers 0604.rtf

 

At the Department of Man-Made Fibers of the Technical University of Lodz and Institute of Natural Fibers a manufacturing process of cellulose nanofibers has been developed that belong to the new generation of lyocell type fibers as being also produced with the use of NMMO. The article will discuss original developments of the research work within the scope of technology of lyocell type fibers, mainly of the research work on nano-cellulose fibers. Currently, the world production of chem-ical fibers amounts to about 40 million tons/year, including about 10% of cellu-lose fibers. The ...

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OUTLAST first viscose fiber with PCM technology

Chemical Fibers International\06\OUTLAST first viscose fiber with PCM technology 0606.rtf

 

Outlast Technologies, Inc., Boulder, CO/USA, the market leader in phase change materials (PCM), and specialty fiber manufacturer Kelheim Fibres GmbH, Kel- heim/Germany developed the first patented viscose fiber with Outlast technol- ogy. By successfully integrating Outlast microcapsules in a viscose fiber, Outlast is able to offer a wide-range of opportuni- ties for climate regulation previously un- available. Outlast viscose fiber is a man-made cellu- losic fiber that can be blended with virtu- ally any fiber from cotton, polyester and polyamide to technical fibers such as aramid.

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Potentials and current bionic research activities with fiber-based materials

Chemical Fibers International\06\Potentials and current bionic research activities with fiber-based materials 0606.rtf

 

Potentials and current bionic research activities with fiber-based materials Thomas Stegmaier, Volkmar von Arnim, Michael Linke, Markus Milwich, Jamal Sarsour, Andreas Scherrieble, Petra Schneider, Heinrich Planck, Institute of Textile Technology and Process Engineering Denkendorf/Germany The use of fiber-based technologies offers a high potential for successful bionic developments as nature shows many analogies concerning growth processes, hairy structures, and reinforcement fibers. The research area Environmental Technology realizes ideas of self-adapting filtration systems concerning ...

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US manufactured fiber and textilie industry

Chemical Fibers International\06\US manufactured fiber and textilie industry 0606.rtf

 

The North American manufactured fiber industry is looking ahead to these challenges and opportunities. On the positive side, the US national market has become ever more regional under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) plus expansion and addition of other Caribbean and Central American preferential trade agreements. major manufactured fiber capacity expansions were underway in several countries. - Cellulosic fibers Cellulosic fiber (Fig.

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Dornbirn2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens

Melliand international\(02)\Dornbirn2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens 0602.rtf

 

The yearly Man-Made Fibers Congress Dornbirn in Dornbirn/Austria offers a unique European platform for the ex-change of know-how between fiber pro-ducers and the production chain for tex-tiles and nonwovens, textile research in-stitutes, universities and technical col-leges as well as suppliers to textile auxil-iaries and fiber and textile machinery. The main subjects will be new developments in fibers and yarns, technical textiles and textile composites, well-being and health with textiles, and nonwovens, with papers from 86 experts from 15 countries. New fibers The section Developments ...

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Invista new fiber generic name for Lycra1 400

Melliand international\(02)\Invista new fiber generic name for Lycra1 400 0602.rtf

 

T-400 fiber by Invista, Geneva/Switzer-land, has been granted the generic name, elastomultiester in Europe. With the intro-duction of this new generic, brands and retailers can start labeling T-400 fiber in their garments and fabrics. Invista's own elastomultiester T-400 launched 5 years ago, is a self-crimping fiber that offers long-lasting stretch and recovery properties. garment categories: low shrinkage, very good fabric stability, high tear strength, improved wrinkle resistance, relaxed stretch - lasting recovery as well as chlo-rine bleach resistance.

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New Tencel lyocell fiber for filling

Melliand international\(02)\New Tencel lyocell fiber for filling 0602.rtf

 

The new Tencel lyocell filling fiber, pre-sented by Lenzing AG, Lenzing/Austria, at the Heimtextil fair in January 2006 in Frankfurt/Germany, has a star-shaped cross-section and almost twice the sur-face of Tencel Fill. The advantages of the modified Tencel fiber lie in the good blend ability with polyester and the rein-forcement of the properties already known: one major advantage lies in the increase in fiber bulkiness. Comforters filled with this innova-tive Tencel fiber retain their volume longer and lose none of their bulkiness. fiber surface of Tencel and also increases moisture ...

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Dornbirn 06 main topic Innovations

Melliand international\(04)\Dornbirn 06 main topic Innovations 0604.rtf

 

The guiding theme of the 45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress was innovation. Another highlight was the topic Well-being and Health with Textiles with 23 lectures: definition of wellness textiles, medical textiles and wellness trend, fabrics for leisurewear, biological and chemical test procedures, comfort textiles with antistatic fibers and micro-encapsulation, mono-filaments for healthcare, smart textiles etc. Technical Textiles and Textile Composites were represented with 21 lectures. the world market for technical textiles; the other lectures covered radiation technologies for ...

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Health and textiles

Technical Textiles\2.q\Health and textiles 0602.rtf

 

Textile products and process chemicals are subordinate to various legislations and directives to protect the user and his/her environment. They may in fact: • Create new polymers and additives for the production of innovative fibers, coatings and laminates. Moreover, the development of various 3D-structures of woven and knitted fab-rics, and nonwovens completes the de-velopment of new materials while creat-ing possibilities to add improved comfort-related properties to textiles. Metallized tex-tiles not only allow heated textiles to be produced but also smart textiles, electro-magnetic ...

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Innovative finishing chemistry for TT

Technical Textiles\3.q\Innovative finishing chemistry for TT 0603.rtf

 

Textiles unify tensile strength, flexibility, absorption or water repellency, and so offer an alternative to other building ma-terials such as film or paper. These tex-tiles, developed and produced to techni-cal specifications, the technical textiles, have meanwhile formed the basis of a brisk textile industry in Europe and North America, which has made global market leadership possible for a range of inno-vative companies. For this reason, an in-novative handling of textiles and innova-tion in finishing chemistry is necessary to maintain Europe as a textile location. The adaptation of ...

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PTT uses and potential

Textile Asia\(04 duben)\PTT uses and potential 0604.rtf

 

P oly(trimethylene terephthalate), a kind of thermoplastic polymer, is used mainly to produce Poly(trimethylene terephthalate) fibre or PTT fibre. The moisture sorption of PTT fibre is little or even less than of normal Poly(ethylene terephthalate) fibre. As one kind of polymer fibre, PTT fibre also has rigid phenyl just like PET fibre 's. The space structure of PTT fibre 's macromolecule is similar to the shape of "Z". The crystal velocity of PTT fibre is about 15 times that of PET fibre.

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Materials for personal protective clothing

Textile Asia\(11 listopad)\Materials for personal protective clothing 0611.rtf

 

Materials for personal protective clothing By C.W. Kan* Innovations in fibres for applications in personal protective clothing include fibres for flame and heat protection. Aramid fibres: Some types of aramid fibres are commercially available as basic material for personal protective clothing. Novel yarn spinning technology: Novel yarn spinning technologies are commercially available now for producing hybrid yarns for various applications including protective clothing. (ii) GORE-TEX Antistatic breathable textile: this functional textile for personal protective clothing combines several ...

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Niche concentration

Textile Month\Issue 1\Niche concentration 0601.rtf

 

In addition to its extensive range of flame retardants, waterproofing coatings and polymer additives, it will feature Pyrapex, a melt-spinnable flame retardant additive for polyesters and polyamides. "Our target markets include textile fibres and fabrics used in apparel, awnings and tents, filters and home furnishings," he said. "We will be promoting our value-added effects for the technical textiles and nonwovens markets," said company spokeswoman Carole Smargon. innovations add performance benefits to the technical textiles market," says Mark Snider, technical markets manager for ...

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Climate regulation for viscose

Textile Month\Issue 5\Climate regulation for viscose 0605.rtf

 

Fibres&Fabrics Climate regulation for viscose Outlast Technologies and fibre manufacturer Kelheim Fibres have succeeded in developing the first patented viscose fibre with Outlast technology. This new fibre offers all of the benefits of regular viscose such as a soft, fine feel (similar to cotton or silk), and the ability to absorb moisture and hygienic properties, while also providing Outlast's temperature-buffering capability for extreme comfort. By successfully integrating Outlast microcapsules in a viscose fibre, Outlast says it is now able to offer a wide-range of opportunities for ...

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

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Lightweight_as_Hard_as_Steel_0605.rtf

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Lightweight as Hard as Steel When it comes to the intermediates aniline and sodium nitrite, the Dutch company Teijin Twaron has for twelve years now relied on BASF as its source. For example, they are essential starting materials for a novel type of special fiber. "'Twaron' is a revolution/' says Jan Mulderink, the former Research Director of "Twaron", adding, "It is a very special fiber with unbelievable poten-tial and, moreover, a substitute for energy-guzzling conventional materials." "Chemical intermediates from BASF are essential to Twaron'," confirms Teijin Twaron Supply Chain ...

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|... os fibers used in brake linings. This insight led to the first major use of the new fiber, which has never since ceased to fascinate researchers in this innovation-minde ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Lenzing Fibers 0606.rtf

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According to Lenzing Fibers, the sales increase was 60% attributed to organic growth through capacity expansion and 40% to first-time full consolidation of the "Tencel" acquisition. Thomas Fahnemann, Chairman of the Lenzing Group, and respon-sible for the business units Textile Fibers and Nonwoven Fibers, says, "Growth-wise, we're quite satisfied to increase our sales in a very difficult market environment due to our market position. Significant Synergy of "Tencel" Acquisition The acquisition of the former Tencel group of compa-nies marked a milestone for Lenzing Fibers. Lenzing Fibers ...

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|... he further development of the lyocell technology. Lyocell is still a relatively new fiber and tech-nology and Lenzing sees a lot of potential for it in the future. Cha ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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New fibers for floorcoverings and textile 0601.rtf

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Varying polymer type and ratio will allow the adjustment of yarn properties to the desiderate value, there-fore achieving a high product flexibility and allowing a cost-to-performance. Results confirm the uniqueness of the mechanical properties of multipolymeric composites achieved through reactive spinning. Traditionally, synthetic fibers have been manufactured by using polymers available and fiber applications have been adapted to the existing polymer's specific features. Application of the proposed test on homopolymer yarns: results and discussion Table 1 describes the main yarn ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\01\New fibers for floorcoverings and textile 0601.rtf

 

 


Fibers New fibers for floorcoverings and textile applications Luca Bertamini, Mauro Caldara, Gi ...|... t flexibility and allowing a cost-to-performance. The characterization of those new fiber class-es however introduce the need to develop specific characterization techni ...|... provide scientific data on intrinsic vis-coelastic material properties of those new fibers. Here, new specific testing method-ologies are proposed. Results confirm the un ...|... yolefin dissolution. Staining tests were performed on carpets tufted with those new fibers and also clearly demonstrated that this type of mi-crostructure provides an exc ...|... industry to cre-ate synergic combination of properties. Results of tests on the new fiber provide clear evidence that this particular mi- crostructure allows good ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Dornbirn 2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens 0602.rtf

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The yearly Man-Made Fibers Congress Dornbirn in Dornbirn/Austria offers a unique European platform for the exchange of know-how between fiber producers and the production chain for tex-tiles and nonwovens, textile research institutes, universities and technical colleges as well as suppliers to textile auxiliaries and fiber and textile machinery. The main subjects will be new developments in fibers and yarns, technical textiles and textile composites, well-being and health with textiles, and nonwovens, with papers from 86 experts from 15 countries. New fibers The section Developments ...

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Fiber Production Dornbirn 2006: new fibers, technical textiles, nonwovens The yearly Man-Made Fibers Congress Dornbir ...|... to a scien- tist for research work at a European aca-demic institution. New fibers The section Developments in Fibers and Yarns will cover the following topics: ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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New Tence lyocell fiber for filling 0602.rtf

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The new Tencel lyocell filling fiber, pre-sented by Lenzing AG, Lenzing/Austria, at the Heimtextil fair in January 2006 in Frankfurt/Germany, has a star-shaped cross-section and almost twice the surface of Tencel Fill. The advantages of the modified Tencel fiber lie in the good blend ability with polyester and the rein-forcement of the properties already known: one major advantage lies in the increase in fiber bulkiness. Comforters filled with this innovative Tencel fiber retain their volume longer and lose none of their bulkiness. At the same time the fiber's star-shape increases the ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\02\New Tence lyocell fiber for filling 0602.rtf

 

 


|... ne of their bulkiness. Another advantage is the good thermal in-sulation of the new fiber. Given the same thickness, comforters made of the Tencel fiber stand out due to ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 DEVELOPMENTS 0604.rtf

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The American fibers market F. Horn, Fiber Economics Bureau, American Fiber Manufacturers Association, Arlington/USA The decade 1995 through 2005 has been one of radical change for the North American manufactured fiber industry. Variation of fibers properties can be also accomplished by mani-fold chemical variations of functional polymers forming electrospun fibers. BASF, as a leading producer of ionic liquids, investigates the technical conversion of the preparation of cellulosic fibers using ionic liquids in cooperation with the Institute of Textile Chemistry and Chemical Fibers (ITCF), ...

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|... end on conditions in the industry's major customer bases, as well on innovative new fibers and technologies, bringing with them new uses and new customers around the worl ...|... how the use of T-400 in end uses where T-400 is used commercially and where the new fiber solves problems that could not or only partly be solved with elastane. Melt s ...|... " textiles inspired the company SeaCell GmbH, Rudolstadt/Germany to develop the new fiber SeaCell active. The cellulose and seaweed-based, silver-loaded lyocell fiber co ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 NONWOVENS 0604.rtf

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Can fiber producers help the nonwovens industry? Furthermore, wetlaid nonwovens containing polyester fibers are excellent filtration substrates with improved efficiency and lifetime compared to 100% woodpulp based material. Fiber fineness, cutlength, surface and mechanical properties of Advansa's polyester fibers can be engineered in a broad range to meet the technical requirements of the final product. Prospects for the North American nonwovens industry I. Butler, INDA, Assoc. of the Nonwovens Fabrics Industry, Cary/USA North America's nonwovens producers in 2005 made an estimated 1.3 ...

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|... e in the most critical non-woven hy-giene applications. Meraklon is proposing new fibers showing a new set of properties in-cluding a substantial bulking behavior so th ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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New generations of lyocell fibers 0604.rtf

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At the Department of Man-Made Fibers of the Technical University of Lodz and Institute of Natural Fibers a manufacturing process of cellulose nanofibers has been developed that belong to the new generation of lyocell type fibers as being also produced with the use of NMMO. The article will discuss original developments of the research work within the scope of technology of lyocell type fibers, mainly of the research work on nano-cellulose fibers. Currently, the world production of chemical fibers amounts to about 40 million tons/year, including about 10% of cellu-lose fibers. The ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\04\New generations of lyocell fibers 0604.rtf

 

 


|... d and tradi-tional machinery, faced difficulties con-nected with processing the new fibers. These difficulties resulted from the fact that lyocell fibers differed conside ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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OUTLAST first viscose fiber with PCM technology 0606.rtf

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Outlast Technologies, Inc., Boulder, CO/USA, the market leader in phase change materials (PCM), and specialty fiber manufacturer Kelheim Fibres GmbH, Kelheim/Germany developed the first patented viscose fiber with Outlast technology. By successfully integrating Outlast microcapsules in a viscose fiber, Outlast is able to offer a wide-range of opportunities for climate regulation previously unavailable. Outlast viscose fiber is a man-made cellu- losic fiber that can be blended with virtually any fiber from cotton, polyester and polyamide to technical fibers such as aramid.

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|... ny developed the first patented viscose fiber with Outlast technology. This new fiber offers all of the benefits of regular viscose such as soft, fine feel - simil ...|... aramid. Outlast collaborated with Kelheim Fibres on the development of the new fiber. Kelheim Fibres is a leader in the produc- tion of specialty viscose fibers ...|... nto the viscose fiber. Benefits of Outlast viscose fiber Advantages of the new fiber are: - climate control to balance temperature and adapt to thermal needs fo ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Potentials and current bionic research activities with fiber-based materials 0606.rtf

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Potentials and current bionic research activities with fiber-based materials Thomas Stegmaier, Volkmar von Arnim, Michael Linke, Markus Milwich, Jamal Sarsour, Andreas Scherrieble, Petra Schneider, Heinrich Planck, Institute of Textile Technology and Process Engineering Denkendorf/Germany The use of fiber-based technologies offers a high potential for successful bionic developments as nature shows many analogies concerning growth processes, hairy structures, and reinforcement fibers. The research area Environmental Technology realizes ideas of self-adapting filtration systems concerning ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\06\Potentials and current bionic research activities with fiber-based materials 0606.rtf

 

 


|... pillar of future orienta- tion for the opening up of new markets concerning new fiber-based materials. Thanks to the support by public funding it has become poss ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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US_manufactured_fiber_and_textilie_industry_0606.rtf

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The North American manufactured fiber industry is looking ahead to these challenges and opportunities. On the positive side, the US national market has become ever more regional under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) plus expansion and addition of other Caribbean and Central American preferential trade agreements. major manufactured fiber capacity expansions were underway in several countries. - Cellulosic fibers Cellulosic fiber (Fig.

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|... provement - unrelenting reduction of distribution and retail costs - innovative new fibers, bringing with them new uses and new customers - and, with luck, steadily growi ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Dornbirn2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens 0602.rtf

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The yearly Man-Made Fibers Congress Dornbirn in Dornbirn/Austria offers a unique European platform for the exchange of know-how between fiber producers and the production chain for tex-tiles and nonwovens, textile research institutes, universities and technical colleges as well as suppliers to textile auxil-iaries and fiber and textile machinery. The main subjects will be new developments in fibers and yarns, technical textiles and textile composites, well-being and health with textiles, and nonwovens, with papers from 86 experts from 15 countries. New fibers The section Developments ...

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Fibers/Yarns Dornbirn 2006: new fibers, technical textiles, nonwovens The yearly Man-Made Fibers Congress Dornbir ...|... Prize to a scien-tist for research work at a European aca-demic institution. New fibers The section Developments in Fibers and Yarns will cover the following topics: ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Invista new fiber generic name for Lycra1 400 0602.rtf

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T-400 fiber by Invista, Geneva/Switzer-land, has been granted the generic name, elastomultiester in Europe. With the introduction of this new generic, brands and retailers can start labeling T-400 fiber in their garments and fabrics. Invista's own elastomultiester T-400 launched 5 years ago, is a selfcrimping fiber that offers long-lasting stretch and recovery properties. garment categories: low shrinkage, very good fabric stability, high tear strength, improved wrinkle resistance, relaxed stretch - lasting recovery as well as chlo-rine bleach resistance.

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Melliand international\(02)\Invista new fiber generic name for Lycra1 400 0602.rtf

 

 


Fibers/Yarns Invista: new fiber generic name for Lycra 1-400 T-400 fiber by Invista, Geneva/Switzer-land, ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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New Tencel lyocell fiber for filling 0602.rtf

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The new Tencel lyocell filling fiber, pre-sented by Lenzing AG, Lenzing/Austria, at the Heimtextil fair in January 2006 in Frankfurt/Germany, has a star-shaped crosssection and almost twice the sur-face of Tencel Fill. The advantages of the modified Tencel fiber lie in the good blend ability with polyester and the rein-forcement of the properties already known: one major advantage lies in the increase in fiber bulkiness. Comforters filled with this innova-tive Tencel fiber retain their volume longer and lose none of their bulkiness. fiber surface of Tencel and also increases moisture ...

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Dornbirn 06 main topic Innovations 0604.rtf

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The guiding theme of the 45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress was innovation. Another highlight was the topic Well-being and Health with Textiles with 23 lectures: definition of wellness textiles, medical textiles and wellness trend, fabrics for leisurewear, biological and chemical test procedures, comfort textiles with antistatic fibers and micro-encapsulation, mono-filaments for healthcare, smart textiles etc. Technical Textiles and Textile Composites were represented with 21 lectures. the world market for technical textiles; the other lectures covered radiation technologies for ...

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|... presented 14 lectures, giving a market overview of North America and presented new fibers and their application fields. Main topics 2007 The 46th Dornbirn Man-Made F ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Health and textiles 0602.rtf

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Textile products and process chemicals are subordinate to various legislations and directives to protect the user and his/her environment. They may in fact: • Create new polymers and additives for the production of innovative fibers, coatings and laminates. Moreover, the development of various 3D-structures of woven and knitted fab-rics, and nonwovens completes the de-velopment of new materials while creat-ing possibilities to add improved comfort-related properties to textiles. Metallized tex-tiles not only allow heated textiles to be produced but also smart textiles, electro-magnetic ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Technical Textiles\2.q\Health and textiles 0602.rtf

 

 


|... h as bio-fuel, biopolymers, biofinishes and bioen-zymes, and applied to produce new fibers and coatings, to modify textile surfaces, to save water and energy during conve ...|... l gowns, in nappies, incontinence ma-terials, and hygienic bandages. The use of new fibers and yarns with inherent antibacterial properties, such as bamboo, is grow-ing. ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Innovative finishing chemistry for TT 0603.rtf

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Textiles unify tensile strength, flexibility, absorption or water repellency, and so offer an alternative to other building ma-terials such as film or paper. These tex-tiles, developed and produced to techni-cal specifications, the technical textiles, have meanwhile formed the basis of a brisk textile industry in Europe and North America, which has made global market leadership possible for a range of inno-vative companies. For this reason, an in-novative handling of textiles and innova-tion in finishing chemistry is necessary to maintain Europe as a textile location. The adaptation of ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Technical Textiles\3.q\Innovative finishing chemistry for TT 0603.rtf

 

 


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PTT uses and potential 0604.rtf

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P oly(trimethylene terephthalate), a kind of thermoplastic polymer, is used mainly to produce Poly(trimethylene terephthalate) fibre or PTT fibre. The moisture sorption of PTT fibre is little or even less than of normal Poly(ethylene terephthalate) fibre. As one kind of polymer fibre, PTT fibre also has rigid phenyl just like PET fibre 's. The space structure of PTT fibre 's macromolecule is similar to the shape of "Z". The crystal velocity of PTT fibre is about 15 times that of PET fibre.

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Materials for personal protective clothing 0611.rtf

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Materials for personal protective clothing By C.W. Kan* Innovations in fibres for applications in personal protective clothing include fibres for flame and heat protection. Aramid fibres: Some types of aramid fibres are commercially available as basic material for personal protective clothing. Novel yarn spinning technology: Novel yarn spinning technologies are commercially available now for producing hybrid yarns for various applications including protective clothing. (ii) GORE-TEX Antistatic breathable textile: this functional textile for personal protective clothing combines several ...

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|... ervice temperature of about 200°C. PEN and PBO fibres: Recently some exciting new fibre types such as PEN and PBO have been introduced to the market. Compared to the s ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Niche concentration 0601.rtf

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In addition to its extensive range of flame retardants, waterproofing coatings and polymer additives, it will feature Pyrapex, a melt-spinnable flame retardant additive for polyesters and polyamides. "Our target markets include textile fibres and fabrics used in apparel, awnings and tents, filters and home furnishings," he said. "We will be promoting our value-added effects for the technical textiles and nonwovens markets," said company spokeswoman Carole Smargon. innovations add performance benefits to the technical textiles market," says Mark Snider, technical markets manager for ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Textile Month\Issue 1\Niche concentration 0601.rtf

 

 


|... ing pool covers, banners, portioning and heavy duty bags. Basofil is offering new fibre-based nonwoven, woven and knit flame barriers, along with a novel flame-re ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Climate regulation for viscose 0605.rtf

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Fibres&Fabrics Climate regulation for viscose Outlast Technologies and fibre manufacturer Kelheim Fibres have succeeded in developing the first patented viscose fibre with Outlast technology. This new fibre offers all of the benefits of regular viscose such as a soft, fine feel (similar to cotton or silk), and the ability to absorb moisture and hygienic properties, while also providing Outlast's temperature-buffering capability for extreme comfort. By successfully integrating Outlast microcapsules in a viscose fibre, Outlast says it is now able to offer a wide-range of opportunities for ...

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Stretch Fibers

Asian Textile Business\(01 leden)\Stretch Fibers 0601.rtf

 

While the spandex market has fallen mainly due to major increases in spandex equipment in China, restructuring of the industry has been accelerated. However, China's spandex produc-tion capacity has rapidly increased to 210,000 tons to make the world's production capacity 340,000-350,000 tons, causing a large over-supply. Stretch Fibers in Japan Spandex Producers Developing Functional Yarn Although polyurethane elastomeric yarn (spandex) business was once highly profitable, it has entered a diffi-cult phase. About five years ago nearly all Japanese spandex producers increased their ...

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Lightweight as Hard as Steel

Asian Textile Business\(05 kveten)\Lightweight as Hard as Steel 0605.rtf

 

Lightweight as Hard as Steel When it comes to the intermediates aniline and sodium nitrite, the Dutch company Teijin Twaron has for twelve years now relied on BASF as its source. For example, they are essential starting materials for a novel type of special fiber. "'Twaron' is a revolution/' says Jan Mulderink, the former Research Direc-tor of "Twaron", adding, "It is a very special fiber with unbelievable poten-tial and, moreover, a substitute for energy-guzzling conventional materi-als." "Chemical intermediates from BASF are essential to Twaron'," confirms Teijin Twaron Supply Chain ...

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BluePrint for Chinas FiveYear Plan

Asian Textile Business\atb 2006-1\BluePrint for Chinas FiveYear Plan 0601.rtf

 

On June 26, the China National Development and Reform Commis-sion and the China National Textile & Apparel Council held a conference for the national development of the textile & apparel industry and created a vision of the textile & apparel industry during the period of the 11th Five-Year (2006-2010) National Development. Synthetic Fiber Streamlining of Industry and Development Drive The plan will drive industrial consolidation toward a streamlined industrial system, the centralization of "industry, academia and research," the development of mate-rials and the development of synthetic ...

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Tencel lyocell fibers for carpets

Chemical Fibers International\01\Tencel lyocell fibers for carpets 0601.rtf

 

The widespread introduc-tion of tufted carpets dramatically cut production costs and made carpets an af-fordable part of home decor. As a result, the carpet fiber market is domi-nated by oil-based synthetic fibers both in Western Europe and especially the USA. Carpet market The total weight of carpets produced an-nually in the USA and Western Europe combined amounts to around 4 million tons. Disposal of carpets The carpet industry has made some efforts to reduce the amount of landfill by re-use or recycling of the pile fiber and other carpet components.

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New bioactive cellulosic fibers

Chemical Fibers International\02\New bioactive cellulosic fibers 0602.rtf

 

Man-made cellulosic fibers with bioactive properties can be achieved by addi-tion of special additives into the spinning solution or by treatment of fibers with these chemicals. The recent developments in Lenzing show possibilities to ob-tain Tencel and viscose fibers with bioactive properties. Bioactive Tencel fibers can be developed by modification of fibers with the polysaccharide "chitosan". An additional treatment of these fibers with zinc or silver ions presents possibilities to develop Viscose fibers with bioactive properties.

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Development of special types of PP fibers

Chemical Fibers International\03\Development of special types of PP fibers 0603.rtf

 

These properties of mPP allow fibers with higher tenacities, finer fibers types and yarns with lower shrinking ability to be prepared, in comparison with fibers pre-pared with ZN - iPP polymers. The main assortment of selected PP fiber materials and products is staple fibers, BCF fibers, tows, textile and indus-trial filament fibers, film tapes, fibrillated film yarns and webs (spun-bond, melt-blown). Development of PP yarns in Slovakia Development of PP fibers in Slovakia has been paid attention for more than 47 years, especially in universities, research institutes (VUCHV) fiber ...

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Engineering companies project list

Chemical Fibers International\03\Engineering companies project list 0603.rtf

 

Changzhou PET SSP, bottle grade 150,000 NOY-ValLesina Eng. PET SSP, bottle grade 35,000 NOY-ValLesina Eng. PET Polycondensation + SSP 200 NOY-ValLesina Eng. Engineering companies: Burner AG, Uzwil/Switzerland; Chemtex International Inc., Wilmington, NC/USA; Cognesint, Imola/ltaly; Ebner GmbH & Co. KG, Eiterfeld/Germany; LenzingTechnik GmbH, Lenzing/Austria; Ing.

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Processing new polymers with the MPS

Chemical Fibers International\03\Processing new polymers with the MPS 0603.rtf

 

In textile applications, new polymers such as PTT and PLA offer attractive properties which are not pro-vided to the same extent by standard polymers. 1 shows the MPS (Multi Purpose Superflex) texturing machine by Barmag, Remscheid/Germany. Some of the new, MPS-processed polymers are manufac-tured from renewable raw materials and are also biologically degradable. In terms of the machines, the physical properties of the new polymers shown in Table 2 require adapted processes when compared with classical materials such as PET and PA. Primarily, these are the tem-perature ranges to be used ...

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45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 NONWOVENS

Chemical Fibers International\04\45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 NONWOVENS 0604.rtf

 

Can fiber producers help the nonwovens industry? Furthermore, wetlaid nonwovens containing polyester fibers are excellent filtration substrates with improved efficiency and lifetime compared to 100% woodpulp based material. Fiber fineness, cutlength, surface and mechanical properties of Advansa's polyester fibers can be engineered in a broad range to meet the technical requirements of the final product. Prospects for the North American nonwovens industry I. Butler, INDA, Assoc. of the Nonwovens Fabrics Industry, Cary/USA North America's nonwovens producers in 2005 made an estimated 1.3 ...

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Dacron multi-channel fibers for automotive textiles

Chemical Fibers International\04\Dacron multi-channel fibers for automotive textiles 0604.rtf

 

Advansa produces a Dacron multi-channel fiber, 167f47 M3T, semi dull which distinguishes itself by a special softness and excellent dyeability especially for the application in automobiles. Fabrics which are produced from the Dacron multi-channel fibers have addi-tional benefits and indicated advantages. These include the excellent moisture transport which is supported by the spe-cial fiber cross-section, the better opacity which allows a construction of lower weight materials and the lower linting. 2). Opacity Fabrics made with Dacron multi-channel fibers differ clearly from fabrics ...

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Hight temperature resistant polyoxadiazole fibers

Chemical Fibers International\04\Hight temperature resistant polyoxadiazole fibers 0604.rtf

 

Materials and fabrics based on fibers and yarns with high thermal stability are widely applied in various areas for professional and ecological protection, res-cue means in extreme situations, the interior of passenger transport, thermal isolation, filtration of hot gases and many other directions. The new technology of the second generation of polyoxadiazole fibers and yarns was created and industri-al production was organized. Now a lead-ing company in the field of technology of these fibers and yarns is Joint-Stock Sci-entific Production Company Heat-resist-ant fabrics (NPF ...

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New generations of lyocell fibers

Chemical Fibers International\04\New generations of lyocell fibers 0604.rtf

 

At the Department of Man-Made Fibers of the Technical University of Lodz and Institute of Natural Fibers a manufacturing process of cellulose nanofibers has been developed that belong to the new generation of lyocell type fibers as being also produced with the use of NMMO. The article will discuss original developments of the research work within the scope of technology of lyocell type fibers, mainly of the research work on nano-cellulose fibers. Currently, the world production of chem-ical fibers amounts to about 40 million tons/year, including about 10% of cellu-lose fibers. The ...

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Fiber for High temperature textiles

Chemical Fibers International\05\Fiber for High temperature textiles 0605.rtf

 

Fibers Fibers for high-temperature textiles Rolf Machatschke, Britta Doneit, HKO Heat Protection GmbH, Oberhausen/Germany Materials with a high resistance to heat are used where protection against heat or insulation is required. Within the last 10 years the market for high-temperature textiles has increased dramatically and several different materials are available now: • Glass fibers (for Thermo-E-Glas, iso- Glas, Hakotherm -800) • Silica fibers (Hakotherm-1200, Klever- sil, Asglasil) • Carbon fibers (Tenax, Sigrafil C) • Ceramic fibers (Haceram, Fiberfrax) • Aramid fibers (Kevlar, Nomex,...

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Saurer Slower Growth Marks Manmade Fiber Year05

International Fiber Journal\(03)\Saurer Slower Growth Marks Manmade Fiber Year05 0603.rtf

 

Manmade fibers remained nearly unchanged at 38.1 million tons, losing in relative market position at 53.9%. On a world basis, fiber demand of cot-ton, wool, silk and manmade fiber has increased by 3.8% to 64.8 million tons, slightly above the average annual long-term growth rate of 3.2% (1980-2005). While staple fibers, the raw material for spun yarn and nonwo-vens, rose by 4.9% to 44.4 million tons, filament yarns increased by 1.3% to 20.4 million tons. Spun yarn versus filament yarn Spun yarn dominates the world market with a 64% share.

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Tecnofilati Rolls Out Resistex Line of Inox

\International Fiber Journal\(04)\Tecnofilati Rolls Out Resistex Line of Inox 0604.rtf

 

FIBER ENGINEERING Tecnofilati Rolls Out Resistex Line of Inox, Carbon, Copper and Silver WellnessYarns Tecnofilati, a unit of Italy's Gruppo Tessile Abati, has intro-duced a line of wellness techni-cal yarns under the Resistex" brand. Resistex yarns are made of various amounts of carbon, copper, silver and steel and are marketed worldwide. Resistex Carbon is the first yarn con-sisting in a special continuous filament of conductive material based on active carbon and polyester fibers. Resistex Inox is a yarn obtained by covering the finest stainless steel filaments with textile fibers.

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Dacron multi channel fibers

Melliand international\(03)\Dacron multi channel fibers 0603.rtf

 

Fabrics which are produced from the Dacron multi-channel fibers have addi-tional benefits and indicated advantages. 2). Opacity Fabrics made with Dacron multi-channel fibers differ clearly from fabrics with com-mon round fibers, with identical weight and identical construction. - Light fastness The light fastness of the Dacron multi-channel fibers, according to DIN-EN-ISO 75 202-2, are equivalent to those of the polyester fibers with round cross-section. multi-channel fibers than conventional fibers with round fiber cross-section.

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New bioactive cellulosic fibers

Technical Textiles\2.q\New bioactive cellulosic fibers 0602.rtf

 

Man-made cellulosic fibers with bioactive properties can be achieved by addi-tion of special additives into the spinning solution or by treatment of fibers with these chemicals. The recent developments in Lenzing show possibilities to ob-tain Tencel and viscose fibers with bioactive properties. Bioactive Tencel fibers can be developed by modification of fibers with the polysaccharide "chitosan". An additional treatment of these fibers with zinc or silver ions presents possibilities to develop Viscose fibers with bioactive properties.

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PTT uses and potential

Textile Asia\(04 duben)\PTT uses and potential 0604.rtf

 

P oly(trimethylene terephthalate), a kind of thermoplastic polymer, is used mainly to produce Poly(trimethylene terephthalate) fibre or PTT fibre. The moisture sorption of PTT fibre is little or even less than of normal Poly(ethylene terephthalate) fibre. As one kind of polymer fibre, PTT fibre also has rigid phenyl just like PET fibre 's. The space structure of PTT fibre 's macromolecule is similar to the shape of "Z". The crystal velocity of PTT fibre is about 15 times that of PET fibre.

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Innovaton for technical textles

Textile Horizons\(09-10 zari-rijen)\Innovaton for technical textles 0609-10.rtf

 

In a keynote address Dr Julian Ellis (Ellis Developments Ltd, Nottingham, UK) stressed that the potential for UK technical textiles was dependent upon: • delivering consistently high quality goods / services; • introducing new products; • investing in more efficient production processes; and • creating new markets. The UK Technology Strategy depended upon seven identifiable strands, namely: • sustainable consumption / production through competitive and profitable products and services; • a Healthcare Innovating Society; • a sustainable and productive modern built environment; • the ...

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New deals for wheels

Textile Month\Issue 3\New deals for wheels 0603.rtf

 

New deals for wheels Performance Fibers showcased new high performance technologies which have been designed to replace traditionally used materials in tyres, at the recent Techtexil North America. This material, which offers polyester-like characteristics, provides performance benefits by reducing flat spotting in demanding applications and is cost effective compared to traditionally used materials in cap plies. "Beltec fibre's polyester base, with its high dimensional stability, helps prevent belt edge separation, reduce flat spotting and offers many other benefits to tyre makers," said...

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

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Stretch Fibers 0601.rtf

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While the spandex market has fallen mainly due to major increases in spandex equipment in China, restructuring of the industry has been accelerated. However, China's spandex production capacity has rapidly increased to 210,000 tons to make the world's production capacity 340,000-350,000 tons, causing a large over-supply. Stretch Fibers in Japan Spandex Producers Developing Functional Yarn Although polyurethane elastomeric yarn (spandex) business was once highly profitable, it has entered a difficult phase. About five years ago nearly all Japanese spandex producers increased their ...

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|... While promoting the improvement and expansion of functional yarn, Asahi Kasei Fibers has placed special emphasis on the development of the industrial material sector. It will inten-si ...|

 

 

  

 

 

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Lightweight_as_Hard_as_Steel_0605.rtf

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Lightweight as Hard as Steel When it comes to the intermediates aniline and sodium nitrite, the Dutch company Teijin Twaron has for twelve years now relied on BASF as its source. For example, they are essential starting materials for a novel type of special fiber. "'Twaron' is a revolution/' says Jan Mulderink, the former Research Direc-tor of "Twaron", adding, "It is a very special fiber with unbelievable poten-tial and, moreover, a substitute for energy-guzzling conventional materi-als." "Chemical intermediates from BASF are essential to Twaron'," confirms Teijin Twaron Supply Chain ...

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|... rprises. For example, they are essential starting materials for a novel type of special fiber. Particularly robust yet light-weight, this fiber has started to replace conven ...|... r each year. Following growth rates of 6-8% per year, the annual output of this special fiber today is in the range of 20,000 tons, and set to grow further. "'Twaron' is a ...|... Jan Mulderink, the former Research Direc-tor of "Twaron", adding, "It is a very special fiber with unbelievable poten-tial and, moreover, a substitute for energy-guzzling co ...|... the fiber. Police agents, for instance, appreciate bullet-proof vests which the special fiber makes lightweight and comfortable to wear. Fire fighters addi-tionally set ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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BluePrint for Chinas FiveYear Plan 0601.rtf

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On June 26, the China National Development and Reform Commis-sion and the China National Textile & Apparel Council held a conference for the national development of the textile & apparel industry and created a vision of the textile & apparel industry during the period of the 11th Five-Year (2006-2010) National Development. Synthetic Fiber Streamlining of Industry and Development Drive The plan will drive industrial consolidation toward a streamlined industrial system, the centralization of "industry, academia and research," the development of mate-rials and the development of synthetic ...

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|... The plan will drive the application and research of production technol-ogy on special animal fibers to enhance technologies such as raw wool scouring and introduce new spinning an ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Tencel lyocell fibers for carpets 0601.rtf

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The widespread introduc-tion of tufted carpets dramatically cut production costs and made carpets an af-fordable part of home decor. As a result, the carpet fiber market is domi-nated by oil-based synthetic fibers both in Western Europe and especially the USA. Carpet market The total weight of carpets produced an-nually in the USA and Western Europe combined amounts to around 4 million tons. Disposal of carpets The carpet industry has made some efforts to reduce the amount of landfill by re-use or recycling of the pile fiber and other carpet components.

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\01\Tencel lyocell fibers for carpets 0601.rtf

 

 


|... ore resilient than most other cellulosics (Table 2). Lenzing is also developing special fibers with modified fiber cross-section in order to further enhance carpet pile resilience. - Antistati ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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New bioactive cellulosic fibers 0602.rtf

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Man-made cellulosic fibers with bioactive properties can be achieved by addi-tion of special additives into the spinning solution or by treatment of fibers with these chemicals. The recent developments in Lenzing show possibilities to obtain Tencel and viscose fibers with bioactive properties. Bioactive Tencel fibers can be developed by modification of fibers with the polysaccharide "chitosan". An additional treatment of these fibers with zinc or silver ions presents possibilities to develop Viscose fibers with bioactive properties.

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\02\New bioactive cellulosic fibers 0602.rtf

 

 


|... [9] Schobesberger, H., Schmidtbauer, J., Gay-rine, P., Martinetti, R., lontex special fibers for filtration, Proceedings of the 42nd Inter-national Man-Made Fibres Congress ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Development of special types of PP fibers 0603.rtf

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These properties of mPP allow fibers with higher tenacities, finer fibers types and yarns with lower shrinking ability to be prepared, in comparison with fibers pre-pared with ZN - iPP polymers. The main assortment of selected PP fiber materials and products is staple fibers, BCF fibers, tows, textile and industrial filament fibers, film tapes, fibrillated film yarns and webs (spun-bond, melt-blown). Development of PP yarns in Slovakia Development of PP fibers in Slovakia has been paid attention for more than 47 years, especially in universities, research institutes (VUCHV) fiber ...

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\03\Development of special types of PP fibers 0603.rtf

 

 


Fibers Development of special types of PP fibers in Slovakia Dušan Budzák, Research Institute of Man-Made Fibers, a.s., Svit/S ...|... rotective clothing for ECO systems, agrotextiles, household textiles, packaging materials, special paper, textiles for optics cleaning, etc. The main assortment of selected PP fi ...|... brich, M., Prokopec, J.: Cs No. 93 156, 1959 [9] Jambrich, M., Marcincin, A.: Special polypropylene fibers, In.: Polypropylene An A-Z Reference (J. Karger Kocsis, ED.), Kluwer Acad. Publ ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Engineering companies project list 0603.rtf

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Changzhou PET SSP, bottle grade 150,000 NOY-ValLesina Eng. PET SSP, bottle grade 35,000 NOY-ValLesina Eng. PET Polycondensation + SSP 200 NOY-ValLesina Eng. Engineering companies: Burner AG, Uzwil/Switzerland; Chemtex International Inc., Wilmington, NC/USA; Cognesint, Imola/ltaly; Ebner GmbH & Co. KG, Eiterfeld/Germany; LenzingTechnik GmbH, Lenzing/Austria; Ing.

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|... 6 Polymerization 20,000 Polymer Engineering Start-up Tianjin Nika Special Fibre PA 6 Polymerization (revamping) 20,000 Polymer Engineering ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Processing new polymers with the MPS 0603.rtf

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In textile applications, new polymers such as PTT and PLA offer attractive properties which are not pro-vided to the same extent by standard polymers. 1 shows the MPS (Multi Purpose Superflex) texturing machine by Barmag, Remscheid/Germany. Some of the new, MPS-processed polymers are manufactured from renewable raw materials and are also biologically degradable. In terms of the machines, the physical properties of the new polymers shown in Table 2 require adapted processes when compared with classical materials such as PET and PA. Primarily, these are the tem-perature ranges to be used ...

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|... nd Sonora from DuPont). To this end, it is pos-sible to combine fundamental and special properties in a single material. Even though these products have their limita-tions in the case of several spec ...|... aterials which will be biologically degradable. Hence, in addition to the special proper-ties of the fiber, this material fulfils the de-mand for a reduction in the use of fossil raw mat ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 NONWOVENS 0604.rtf

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Can fiber producers help the nonwovens industry? Furthermore, wetlaid nonwovens containing polyester fibers are excellent filtration substrates with improved efficiency and lifetime compared to 100% woodpulp based material. Fiber fineness, cutlength, surface and mechanical properties of Advansa's polyester fibers can be engineered in a broad range to meet the technical requirements of the final product. Prospects for the North American nonwovens industry I. Butler, INDA, Assoc. of the Nonwovens Fabrics Industry, Cary/USA North America's nonwovens producers in 2005 made an estimated 1.3 ...

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|... properties given by the fibers and limiting the field of innovation. Although special, state-of-the-art fibers are available from remote coun-tries, they do not always correspond to the ever ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Dacron multi-channel fibers for automotive textiles 0604.rtf

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Advansa produces a Dacron multichannel fiber, 167f47 M3T, semi dull which distinguishes itself by a special softness and excellent dyeability especially for the application in automobiles. Fabrics which are produced from the Dacron multichannel fibers have addi-tional benefits and indicated advantages. These include the excellent moisture transport which is supported by the spe-cial fiber cross section, the better opacity which allows a construction of lower weight materials and the lower linting. 2). Opacity Fabrics made with Dacron multi-channel fibers differ clearly from fabrics ...

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|... sture transport The moisture transport properties are shown in Table 4. The special fiber cross-section of the Dacron multi-channel fibers has the spe-cial advantage in ...|... plication of multi-channel fibers. - Linting The useof Dacron multi-channel fibers has the special advantage of lower linting of the materials. Tests with internal Advansa t ...|... k-ing together of cotton fibers on the test specimens from Dacron multi-channel fibers is lower by the special form of the multi-channel fibers than conventional fibers with round fiber cros ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Hight temperature resistant polyoxadiazole fibers 0604.rtf

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Materials and fabrics based on fibers and yarns with high thermal stability are widely applied in various areas for professional and ecological protection, res-cue means in extreme situations, the interior of passenger transport, thermal isolation, filtration of hot gases and many other directions. The new technology of the second generation of polyoxadiazole fibers and yarns was created and industri-al production was organized. Now a lead-ing company in the field of technology of these fibers and yarns is Joint-Stock Sci-entific Production Company Heat-resist-ant fabrics (NPF ...

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|... antum is lower than the energy of chemical bonds in cycle). For this reason the special kinds of poly-oxadiazole fibers and yarns have been developed by the way of light-stabilizers addition during t ...|... mposites are produced by a number of other companies in Russia, in-cluding some materials with special prop-erties: - the yarns of various structure and twist (the basic assortme ...|... eature is extremely low shrinkage up to temperatures 350-400 °C that allows the materials to be applied in special thermal protection clothing with keeping the sizes and properties at heating. T ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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New generations of lyocell fibers 0604.rtf

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At the Department of Man-Made Fibers of the Technical University of Lodz and Institute of Natural Fibers a manufacturing process of cellulose nanofibers has been developed that belong to the new generation of lyocell type fibers as being also produced with the use of NMMO. The article will discuss original developments of the research work within the scope of technology of lyocell type fibers, mainly of the research work on nano-cellulose fibers. Currently, the world production of chemical fibers amounts to about 40 million tons/year, including about 10% of cellu-lose fibers. The ...

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|... an-Made Fibers Department comprised much research devoted to the preparation of fibers with special properties, such as chromophoric, electro-conductive, magnetic, sensory, UV-dis ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Fiber for High temperature textiles 0605.rtf

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Fibers Fibers for high-temperature textiles Rolf Machatschke, Britta Doneit, HKO Heat Protection GmbH, Oberhausen/Germany Materials with a high resistance to heat are used where protection against heat or insulation is required. Within the last 10 years the market for high-temperature textiles has increased dramatically and several different materials are available now: • Glass fibers (for Thermo-E-Glas, iso- Glas, Hakotherm -800) • Silica fibers (Hakotherm-1200, Klever- sil, Asglasil) • Carbon fibers (Tenax, Sigrafil C) • Ceramic fibers (Haceram, Fiberfrax) • Aramid fibers (Kevlar, Nomex,...

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|... with approx. 210 g/m2. Working places in hot areas require many heavy fabrics. Special fibers (PET, glass or aramid) protect against liquid metal drops. - Gaskets Fabric ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Saurer Slower Growth Marks Manmade Fiber Year05 0603.rtf

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Manmade fibers remained nearly unchanged at 38.1 million tons, losing in relative market position at 53.9%. On a world basis, fiber demand of cot-ton, wool, silk and manmade fiber has increased by 3.8% to 64.8 million tons, slightly above the average annual long-term growth rate of 3.2% (1980-2005). While staple fibers, the raw material for spun yarn and nonwovens, rose by 4.9% to 44.4 million tons, filament yarns increased by 1.3% to 20.4 million tons. Spun yarn versus filament yarn Spun yarn dominates the world market with a 64% share.

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|... eezed by low cotton prices and rising raw material and energy costs, demand for special-ties i.e. Modal fibers, was continuous-ly good, especially in Asia. Tencel, the New Age cellulosic fib ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Tecnofilati Rolls Out Resistex Line of Inox 0604.rtf

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FIBER ENGINEERING Tecnofilati Rolls Out Resistex Line of Inox, Carbon, Copper and Silver WellnessYarns Tecnofilati, a unit of Italy's Gruppo Tessile Abati, has intro-duced a line of wellness techni-cal yarns under the Resistex" brand. Resistex yarns are made of various amounts of carbon, copper, silver and steel and are marketed worldwide. Resistex Carbon is the first yarn con-sisting in a special continuous filament of conductive material based on active carbon and polyester fibers. Resistex Inox is a yarn obtained by covering the finest stainless steel filaments with textile fibers.

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\International Fiber Journal\(04)\Tecnofilati Rolls Out Resistex Line of Inox 0604.rtf

 

 


|... Atlanta earlier this year. Resistex Carbon is the first yarn con-sisting in a special continuous filament of conductive material based on active carbon and polyester fibers. The Resistex Carbon sweaters have ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Dacron multi channel fibers 0603.rtf

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Fabrics which are produced from the Dacron multi-channel fibers have addi-tional benefits and indicated advantages. 2). Opacity Fabrics made with Dacron multi-channel fibers differ clearly from fabrics with com-mon round fibers, with identical weight and identical construction. - Light fastness The light fastness of the Dacron multi-channel fibers, according to DIN-EN-ISO 75 202-2, are equivalent to those of the polyester fibers with round cross-section. multi-channel fibers than conventional fibers with round fiber cross-section.

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M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Melliand international\(03)\Dacron multi channel fibers 0603.rtf

 

 


|... sture transport The moisture transport properties are shown in Table 4. The special fiber cross-section of the Dacron multi-channel fibers has the spe-cial advantage in ...|... lication of multi-channel fibers. - Linting The use of Dacron multi-channel fibers has the special advantage of lower linting of the materials. Tests with internal Advansa test c ...|... k-ing together of cotton fibers on the test specimens from Dacron multi-channel fibers is lower by the special form of the multi-channel fibers than conventional fibers with round fi ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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New bioactive cellulosic fibers 0602.rtf

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Man-made cellulosic fibers with bioactive properties can be achieved by addi-tion of special additives into the spinning solution or by treatment of fibers with these chemicals. The recent developments in Lenzing show possibilities to ob-tain Tencel and viscose fibers with bioactive properties. Bioactive Tencel fibers can be developed by modification of fibers with the polysaccharide "chitosan". An additional treatment of these fibers with zinc or silver ions presents possibilities to develop Viscose fibers with bioactive properties.

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|... Schobesberger, H., Schmidtbauer, J., Gay- rine, P., Martinetti, R., lontex Special fibers for filtration, Proceedings of the 42nd Inter-national Man-Made Fibres Congress ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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PTT uses and potential 0604.rtf

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P oly(trimethylene terephthalate), a kind of thermoplastic polymer, is used mainly to produce Poly(trimethylene terephthalate) fibre or PTT fibre. The moisture sorption of PTT fibre is little or even less than of normal Poly(ethylene terephthalate) fibre. As one kind of polymer fibre, PTT fibre also has rigid phenyl just like PET fibre 's. The space structure of PTT fibre 's macromolecule is similar to the shape of "Z". The crystal velocity of PTT fibre is about 15 times that of PET fibre.

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|... PTT fibre is about 30%, which is less than 40% of PET fibre's. Thanks to its special molecular structure, PTT fibre has a lower modulus and excellent elasticity. In a case of the same stress, PTT ...|

 

 

   

 

 

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Innovaton for technical textles 0609-10.rtf

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In a keynote address Dr Julian Ellis (Ellis Developments Ltd, Nottingham, UK) stressed that the potential for UK technical textiles was dependent upon: • delivering consistently high quality goods / services; • introducing new products; • investing in more efficient production processes; and • creating new markets. The UK Technology Strategy depended upon seven identifiable strands, namely: • sustainable consumption / production through competitive and profitable products and services; • a Healthcare Innovating Society; • a sustainable and productive modern built environment; • the ...

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|... ment if specific thread properties were required rather than using an expensive special fibre. A summary of some specific requirements for high performance threads was giv ...|

 

 

  

 

 

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New deals for wheels 0603.rtf

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New deals for wheels Performance Fibers showcased new high performance technologies which have been designed to replace traditionally used materials in tyres, at the recent Techtexil North America. This material, which offers polyester-like characteristics, provides performance benefits by reducing flat spotting in demanding applications and is cost effective compared to traditionally used materials in cap plies. "Beltec fibre's polyester base, with its high dimensional stability, helps prevent belt edge separation, reduce flat spotting and offers many other benefits to tyre makers," said...

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|... lyester, higher temperature resistance and excellent fatigue resistance. PenTec fibre does not require special treating like other engineered fibres and can be processed on the same equipment customers have been using to process ...|

 

 

 

 

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