Tématická retrospektivní rešerše

 

 

Chemická vlákna

vysokých užitných

vlastností
II.

 

 

 

     červenec 2008

 

     VÚB a.s.

     Odbor poradenství a informačních služeb

 

 

 

   Uvnitř tohoto vydání:

 

Analytický přehled

    1

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 2007
  • angličtina
  • celý svět   

 

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Seznam záznamů

    2.1

Antibakteriální vlákna

    2.2

Antistatická vlákna

    2.3

Deodorační vlákna

    2.4

Nehořlavá vlákna

    2.5

High-tech vlákna

    2.6

Modifikovaná vlákna

    2.7

Nový typ vláken

    2.8

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- 12/2007

   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

  Seznam záznamů

 

 

A >>

B >>

C >>

D >>

E >>

F >>

G >>

H >>

 

 

  Antibakteriální vlákna

  Antistatická vlákna

  Deodorační vlákna

  Nehořlavá vlákna

  High-tech vlákna

  Modifikovaná vlákna

  Nový typ vláken

  Speciální vlákna

 

 

 

 

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Antibakteriální vlákna

 

Pořadí

Nadpis

Dokument

1a

SmartSilver for sports gear Textile Month\Issue_1\SmartSilver for sports gear_0701.rtf

 

SmartSilver for sports gear Shock Doctor, a maker of performance protection products for sports, is to use NanoHorizons's SmartSilver anti-odour and antimicrobial technology in its latest collections. "Shock Doctor gear is built for athletes who want the confidence that they have the best in performance and protection," said Jay Turkbas, vice-president product development. A nanoscale-engineered additive, SmartSilver is designed to create permanent anti-odour and antimicrobial protection in fibres and fabrics. manufacturer Reliable of Milwaukee, USA, is introducing SmartSilver anti-odour...

2a

Clothing the workplace Textile Month\Issue_1\Clothing the workplace_0701.rtf

 

Clothing the workplace Over 150 delegates gathered in Cheshire for the UK Clothing the Workplace conference HOSTED by the clothing and textiles forum, the ASBCI, and director-e, the Clothing the Workplace industry conference platformed 18 eminent speakers who presented and debated some of the most pressing issues currently impacting the corporate, workwear and technical PPE sectors. Workwear and technical PPE delegates benefited from a clarification of conflicting standards issues including EN471 & EN343, an update on the national fire service's integrated clothing project, ICP and recent ...

3a

Small_beautiful Textile Horizons\(05-06_kveten-cerven)\small_beautiful_0705-06.rtf

 

Small is beautiful Nanotechnologies and smart textiles featured as the major theme of a prestigious conference organised by the Institute of Nanotechnology and held at the Royal Society, London, UK. Dr. Ian Holme reports SPEAKERS and delegates from some eighteen counties demonstrated the global interest in the rapidly advancing field of nanotechnologies and smart textiles. Lotus Effect projects for textile materials were being explored with Degussa and other companies coordinated by the Institute of Textile Technology and Process Engineering of Denkendorf in Germany. Sandy Black (London...

4a

Clothing the workplace Textile Horizons\(03-04_brezen-duben)\clothing the workplace_0703-04.rtf

 

Over 150 delegates gathered at in Cheshire for the UK Clothing the Workplace conference HOSTED by the clothing and textiles forum, the ASBCI, and director-e, the Clothing the Workplace industry conference platformed 18 eminent speakers who presented and debated some of the most pressing issues currently impacting the corporate, workwear and technical PPE sectors. The conference, supported by sponsorship from 3M, Gerber Technology, WL Gore & Associates (UK), Bureau Veritas CPS UK, SGS and Badgemaster, heard a range of papers on effective wardrobe management, professional buying cultures and...

5a

Techtextil_Avantex 2007 Textile Asia\(07-cervenec)\Techtextil_Avantex 2007 _0707.rtf

 

Fibre and Yarn Fibre is the base material for textiles. From high performance fibre comes high performance yarn is important in creating fabric for technical textile production as well as in assembling the product such as sewing. Barnet Europe GmbH & Co. KG of Germany is a producer of polymers, fibres and yarns. Among its wide range of products on show was a unique and interesting fibre Nega-Stat - a fine filament bi-component yarn.

6a

Dyeing Thermodynamics of AntiBacterial Conjugated Microfibre Textile Asia\(06-cerven)\Dyeing Thermodynamics of AntiBacterial Conjugated Microfibre_0706.rtf

 

Dyeing Thermodynamics of AntiBacterial Conjugated Microfibre By Gao Ming, Dong Ying, Zhu Ping* Dyeing thermodynamics parameters of antibacterial PET/PA6 conjugated microfibre reveal similar characters with normal PET/PA6 conjugated microfibre, but differences still exist. Normal PET/PA6 conjugated DTY filament of PET 70%, PA6 30%, 167 dtex/72fx9p and polyester island microfibre of 165 dtex/288f were selected for parallel test specimen. As the dyeing affinity is determined by dyeing entropy and dyeing heat, the dyeing heat and dyeing entropy should be determined first. Figure 2 also shows...

7a

Waxman Fibres New chemical fiber specialties Technical Textiles\4.q\Waxman Fibres New chemical fiber specialties_0704.rtf

 

The fiber company Waxman Speciality Products, a new division of Waxman Fibres Ltd., Elland/UK, has launched the So range of fiber based products aimed at the specialty textile market. The So range includes functional, cosmetic and natural fibers with sustainable properties. The functional fibers include antibacterial (So Sure), anti-static (So Neutral), a fiber with healing properties (So Ch'l) and a 3D product for seating and mattresses which can be used when weight and air circulation are an issue (So Flex). Waxman Speciality Products has also introduced a range of natural and ...

8a

Novel nanocomposite antimicrobial additives enabling straight-forward functionality for technical textiles Technical Textiles\4.q\Novel nanocomposite antimicrobial additives enabling straight-forward functionality for technical textiles_0704.rtf

 

Height HeiQ Materials, Zurich/Switzerland Antimicrobial functionality is one of the strongest growth areas in the technical textiles sector due to the strong and growing consumer demand for freshness, hygiene and increased technical functionality of textiles. Silver is the active ingredient of choice for achieving antimicrobial functionality in technical textiles. In particular, for synthetic fiber production, conventional silver additives are often too large, disperse poorly, are too abrasive, lead to poor mechanical properties and often show poor wash durability of the final fiber. ...

9a

Western Europe Chemical fiber titer program for nonwovens 2007 Technical Textiles\1.q\Western Europe Chemical fiber titer program for nonwovens 2007_0701.rtf

 

Western Europe: Chemical fiber titer program for nonwovens 2007 *) *) based on an updated table of 2005 Kelheim Fibres GmbH Danufil V 1.3-28.0 30-70 nonwovens, hygienics, Lenzing AG Lenzing Viscose 2.8-4.2 38-80 drylaid nonwovens, Markische Faser GmbH Grisuten 10 1.6/1.7/2.4 38,51,60 all end-uses

10a

Antimicrobial finish with silver Melliand international\(03)\Antimicrobial finish with silver_0703.rtf

 

The Docair-Silver-Finish system by Dohmen is a safe and easy to handle antimicrobial finish which has been established successfully in industrial applications. The Docair system contains a silver salt dispersion and a polymer dispersion for the continuous application and a cationic polymer preparation for the exhaust process. - Docair CS: silver based finish system for the antimicrobial treatment of textiles in continuous processes; the system consists of Dorafresh AG and Dorafresh XB. The products are: - Dorafresh AG: silver chloride dispersion - Dorafresh XB: reactant polymer ...

11a

Textile labeling problems with bamboo fibers Melliand international\(01)\Textile labeling problems with bamboo fibers_0701.rtf

 

The German man-made fiber association "Industrievereinigung Chemiefaser e.V." (IVC), Frankfurt, has been receiving inquiries regarding bamboo fibers and bamboo textiles. Some textiles, e.g. socks, complete sets of underwear or home textiles are marketed with the material specifications "xx % bamboo" or "xx % viscose bamboo". Performed analyses show that - except for a small number of textiles where natural bamboo fibers were really used - most products claimed to be "bamboo" textiles do not contain bamboo fibers but viscose fibers of various qualities. Bamboo as cellulose pulp In those ...
 

12a

Techtextil Frankfurt Bigger Than Ever International Fiber Journal\(04)\Techtextil Frankfurt Bigger Than Ever_0704.rtf

 

"The range of innovative textiles for the various technical applications was more extensive and differentiated than ever before," said a delighted Michael Janecke, brand manager for Techtextil and Avantex. Among the highlights, US-based polyester fiber producer Performance Fibers launched spun-dyed high-tenacity yarns for use in coated fabrics in awnings, banners, signs, and other outdoor uses. Also new is 1H75 fiber, which represents an advance in the company's range of Dimensional Stable Polyester (DSP fiber) products. UK-based Waxman Group launched the So Collection, a range of fiber-...
 

13a

Novel nanocomposite antimicrobial additives enabling straight-forward functionality for technical textiles Chemical Fibers International\05\Novel nanocomposite antimicrobial additives enabling straight-forward functionality for technical textiles_0705.rtf

 

Fibers Novel nanocomposite antimicrobial additives enabling straight-forward functionality for technical textiles M.J. Height, HeiQ Materials, Zurich/Switzerland Antimicrobial functionality is one of the strongest growth areas in the technical textiles sector due to the strong and growing consumer demand for freshness, hygiene and increased technical functionality of textiles. Silver is the active ingredient of choice for achieving antimicrobial functionality in technical textiles. HeiQ Materials has developed a silver additive that overcomes the disadvantages of conventional silver ...
 

14a

New fiber specialties Chemical Fibers International\05\New fiber specialties_0705.rtf

 

Waxman Fibres New fiber specialties The fiber company Waxman Speciality Products, a new division of Waxman Fibres Ltd., Elland/UK, has launched the So range of fiber based products aimed at the specialty textile market. The So range includes functional, cosmetic and natural fibers with sustainable properties. The functional fibers include antibacterial (So Sure), anti-static (So Neutral), a fiber with healing properties (So Ch'l) and a 3D product for seating and mattresses which can be used when weight and air circulation are an issue (So Flex). Waxman Speciality Products has also ...
 

15a

New developments on fibers

Chemical Fibers International\05\New developments on fibers_0705.rtf

 

Fibers 46th Dornbirn Man-made Fibers Congress New developments on fibers Abstracts of the lectures held at the 46th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress on September 19-21, 2007 under the heading of "New developments on fibers". The India fiber story M. Mohan, Reliance Industries Ltd., Mumbai/lndia Today, the Indian textile industry is one of the fastest growing textile industries in the world. Modifications of PET fine filaments and effects of fiber and fabric properties for functionalities in apparel M. Mielke, Advansa GmbH, Hamm/Germany The production and marketing of PET fibers and ...
 

16a

Method for preparing splittable composite fibers having antimicrobial and deodorant properties

Chemical Fibers International\05\Method for preparing splittable composite fibers having antimicrobial and deodorant properties_0705.rtf

 

Patents Method for preparing splittable composite fibers having antimicrobial and deodorant properties Disclosed is a method for producing an antimicrobial and deodorant splittable composite fiber having splittable sections by composite spinning two different kinds of polymers. The method comprises the step of adding a liquid functional agent containing an inorganic particulate ceramic modified with metal ions and a vehicle to one or two of the constituent polymer components of the composite fiber. According to the method, antimicrobial and deodorant splittable composite fibers having ...
 

17a

Western Europe Chemical fiber titer program for nonwovens 2007 Chemical Fibers International\01-02\Western Europe Chemical fiber titer program for nonwovens 2007_0701-02.rtf

 

Western Europe: Chemical fiber titer program for nonwovens 2007 *) *) based on an updated table of 2005 Kelheim Fibres GmbH Danufil V 1.3-28.0 30-70 nonwovens, hygienics, Lenzing AG Lenzing Viscose 2.8-4.2 38-80 drylaid nonwovens, Märkische Faser GmbH Grisuten 10 1.6/1.7/2.4 38,51,60 all end-uses
 

18a

Ecological Materials Asian Textile Business\atb 2007 3\Ecological Materials_0703.rtf

 

Against the backdrop of such a tendency, the apparel industry has also shown growing concern for ecological materials like recycled synthetic fibers and organic cotton. Recycled Synthetic Fibers in the Limelight At Premiere Vision (PV) in Paris this February, buyers primarily from the U.S., U.K. and Northern Europe seeking ecology-oriented materials were noticeable. Achievement of Completely Cyclic Recycle System Teijin Fibers Limited is operating a completely cyclic recycling system called "ECOCIRCLE" which collects final products like worn-out clothing made of polyester and recycles ...
 

 

 

 

 

   

 

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Váha    0.99
Nadpis    SmartSilver for sports gear_0701.rtf
Abstrakt    SmartSilver for sports gear Shock Doctor, a maker of performance protection products for sports, is to use NanoHorizons's SmartSilver anti-odour and antimicrobial technology in its latest collections. "Shock Doctor gear is built for athletes who want the confidence that they have the best in performance and protection," said Jay Turkbas, vice-president product development. A nanoscale-engineered additive, SmartSilver is designed to create permanent anti-odour and antimicrobial protection in fibres and fabrics. manufacturer Reliable of Milwaukee, USA, is introducing SmartSilver anti-odour...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Month\Issue_1\SmartSilver for sports gear_0701.rtf


|... engineered additive, SmartSilver is designed to create permanent anti-odour and antimicrobial protection in fibres and fabrics. According to its manufacturer, the additive delivers the antimicro ...|

 

 

 

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Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Clothing the workplace_0701.rtf
Abstrakt    Clothing the workplace Over 150 delegates gathered in Cheshire for the UK Clothing the Workplace conference HOSTED by the clothing and textiles forum, the ASBCI, and director-e, the Clothing the Workplace industry conference platformed 18 eminent speakers who presented and debated some of the most pressing issues currently impacting the corporate, workwear and technical PPE sectors. Workwear and technical PPE delegates benefited from a clarification of conflicting standards issues including EN471 & EN343, an update on the national fire service's integrated clothing project, ICP and recent ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Month\Issue_1\Clothing the workplace_0701.rtf


|... isture management, protective and military textiles, plasma, nanotechnology and antimicrobial fibres. James Findlay BSc, CText ATI, product specialist at W.L. Gore & Associates o ...|

 

 

 

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Váha    0.97
Nadpis    small_beautiful_0705-06.rtf
Abstrakt    small is beautiful Nanotechnologies and smart textiles featured as the major theme of a prestigious conference organised by the Institute of Nanotechnology and held at the Royal Society, London, UK. Dr. Ian Holme reports SPEAKERS and delegates from some eighteen counties demonstrated the global interest in the rapidly advancing field of nanotechnologies and smart textiles. Lotus Effect projects for textile materials were being explored with Degussa and other companies coordinated by the Institute of Textile Technology and Process Engineering of Denkendorf in Germany. Sandy Black (London ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Horizons\(05-06_kveten-cerven)\small_beautiful_0705-06.rtf


|... rate. Plasma sputtering using silver provided metallised surface treatments for antibacterial performance and/or conductive fibres. Dr Rita Paradiso of Smartex Srl in Navacchio, Italy discussed E-textiles, es ...|
 

 

 

 

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Váha    1.00
Nadpis    clothing the workplace_0703-04.rtf
Abstrakt    Over 150 delegates gathered at in Cheshire for the UK Clothing the Workplace conference HOSTED by the clothing and textiles forum, the ASBCI, and director-e, the Clothing the Workplace industry conference platformed 18 eminent speakers who presented and debated some of the most pressing issues currently impacting the corporate, workwear and technical PPE sectors. The conference, supported by sponsorship from 3M, Gerber Technology, WL Gore & Associates (UK), Bureau Veritas CPS UK, SGS and Badgemaster, heard a range of papers on effective wardrobe management, professional buying cultures and...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Horizons\(03-04_brezen-duben)\clothing the workplace_0703-04.rtf


|... isture management, protective and military textiles, plasma, nanotechnology and antimicrobial fibres. James Findlay BSc, CText ATI, product specialist at W.L. Gore & Associates o ...|

 

 

 

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Váha    0.97
Nadpis    Techtextil_Avantex 2007 _0707.rtf
Abstrakt    Fibre and Yarn Fibre is the base material for textiles. From high performance fibre comes high performance yarn is important in creating fabric for technical textile production as well as in assembling the product such as sewing. Barnet Europe GmbH & Co. KG of Germany is a producer of polymers, fibres and yarns. Among its wide range of products on show was a unique and interesting fibre Nega-Stat - a fine filament bi-component yarn.
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Asia\(07-cervenec)\Techtextil_Avantex 2007 _0707.rtf


|... pacity and uniform distribution ensures high efficiency. The smartcel bioactive fibre was certified as high antibacterial effectiveness by the Research Institute Hohenstein. smartcel energy integrate ...|

 

 

 

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Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Dyeing Thermodynamics of AntiBacterial Conjugated Microfibre_0706.rtf
Abstrakt    Dyeing Thermodynamics of AntiBacterial Conjugated Microfibre By Gao Ming, Dong Ying, Zhu Ping* Dyeing thermodynamics parameters of antibacterial PET/PA6 conjugated microfibre reveal similar characters with normal PET/PA6 conjugated microfibre, but differences still exist. Normal PET/PA6 conjugated DTY filament of PET 70%, PA6 30%, 167 dtex/72fx9p and polyester island microfibre of 165 dtex/288f were selected for parallel test specimen. As the dyeing affinity is determined by dyeing entropy and dyeing heat, the dyeing heat and dyeing entropy should be determined first. Figure 2 also shows...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Asia\(06-cerven)\Dyeing Thermodynamics of AntiBacterial Conjugated Microfibre_0706.rtf


|... cessary to study the dyeing thermodynamics of anti PET/PA6. Experiment Test Material: Antibacterial PET/PA6 conjugated DTY filament with specification of PET 70%, PA6 30%, 167 dte ...|... on of Langmuir-Nernst. This phenomenon is caused by the lower linear density of antibacterial microfibres, huge fibre surface area, comparatively more activation center on the fibre surface and lar ...|

 

 

 

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Váha    0.99
Nadpis    Waxman Fibres New chemical fiber specialties_0704.rtf
Abstrakt    The fiber company Waxman Speciality Products, a new division of Waxman Fibres Ltd., Elland/UK, has launched the So range of fiber based products aimed at the specialty textile market. The So range includes functional, cosmetic and natural fibers with sustainable properties. The functional fibers include antibacterial (So Sure), anti-static (So Neutral), a fiber with healing properties (So Ch'l) and a 3D product for seating and mattresses which can be used when weight and air circulation are an issue (So Flex). Waxman Speciality Products has also introduced a range of natural and ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\4.q\Waxman Fibres New chemical fiber specialties_0704.rtf


|... tional, cosmetic and natural fibers with sustainable properties. The functional fibers include antibacterial (So Sure), anti-static (So Neutral), a fiber with healing properties (So Ch'l) ...|

 

 

 

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Váha    0.99
Nadpis    Novel nanocomposite antimicrobial additives enabling straight-forward functionality for technical textiles_0704.rtf
Abstrakt    Height HeiQ Materials, Zurich/Switzerland Antimicrobial functionality is one of the strongest growth areas in the technical textiles sector due to the strong and growing consumer demand for freshness, hygiene and increased technical functionality of textiles. Silver is the active ingredient of choice for achieving antimicrobial functionality in technical textiles. In particular, for synthetic fiber production, conventional silver additives are often too large, disperse poorly, are too abrasive, lead to poor mechanical properties and often show poor wash durability of the final fiber. ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\4.q\Novel nanocomposite antimicrobial additives enabling straight-forward functionality for technical textiles_0704.rtf


|... ng straight-forward functionality for technical textiles MJ. Height HeiQ Materials, Zurich/Switzerland Antimicrobial functionality is one of the strongest growth areas in the technical textiles se ...|

 

   

 

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Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Western Europe Chemical fiber titer program for nonwovens 2007_0701.rtf
Abstrakt    Western Europe: Chemical fiber titer program for nonwovens 2007 *) *) based on an updated table of 2005 Kelheim Fibres GmbH Danufil V 1.3-28.0 30-70 nonwovens, hygienics, Lenzing AG Lenzing Viscose 2.8-4.2 38-80 drylaid nonwovens, Markische Faser GmbH Grisuten 10 1.6/1.7/2.4 38,51,60 all end-uses
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\1.q\Western Europe Chemical fiber titer program for nonwovens 2007_0701.rtf


|... il 5.4 64/76 filling, siliconized, hollow, Allerban T116D antimicrobial DS Fibres NV PES-DS 3.3/4.4/6.7/ 40-150 high-performance B-9200 Dendermonde sistant asota LV/GV 6101 asota LV 9550 4.4-30 60/90 antimicrobial Belgian Fibres NV 4-15 30-150 textile needlefelts, filters B-7700 Mouscron ...|... 5.6 32-70/110 technical nonwovens Rhovyl AS 2.8-5.6 32-70/110 antibacterial fiber Oxidized PAN fibers TohoTenax Pyromex 2.2 51/65 barrier nonwovens Europe GmbH ...|

 

   

 

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Váha    0.98
Nadpis    Antimicrobial finish with silver_0703.rtf
Abstrakt    The Docair-Silver-Finish system by Dohmen is a safe and easy to handle antimicrobial finish which has been established successfully in industrial applications. The Docair system contains a silver salt dispersion and a polymer dispersion for the continuous application and a cationic polymer preparation for the exhaust process. - Docair CS: silver based finish system for the antimicrobial treatment of textiles in continuous processes; the system consists of Dorafresh AG and Dorafresh XB. The products are: - Dorafresh AG: silver chloride dispersion - Dorafresh XB: reactant polymer ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Melliand international\(03)\Antimicrobial finish with silver_0703.rtf

|... he system is applicable in continuous and in exhaust processes for all kinds of fibers. Very good antimicrobial effects can be achieved even after extensive laundering. The compatibility with ...|

 

 

 

 

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Váha    0.98
Nadpis    Textile labeling problems with bamboo fibers_0701.rtf
Abstrakt    The German man-made fiber association "Industrievereinigung Chemiefaser e.V." (IVC), Frankfurt, has been receiving inquiries regarding bamboo fibers and bamboo textiles. Some textiles, e.g. socks, complete sets of underwear or home textiles are marketed with the material specifications "xx % bamboo" or "xx % viscose bamboo". Performed analyses show that - except for a small number of textiles where natural bamboo fibers were really used - most products claimed to be "bamboo" textiles do not contain bamboo fibers but viscose fibers of various qualities. Bamboo as cellulose pulp In those ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Melliand international\(01)\Textile labeling problems with bamboo fibers_0701.rtf

|... atural fiber bamboo" or "with natural, anti-bacterial effect". Untreated bamboo fibers might have an antibacterial effect which, however, has not been proven so far in textile products made ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Váha    0.99
Nadpis    Techtextil Frankfurt Bigger Than Ever_0704.rtf
Abstrakt    "The range of innovative textiles for the various technical applications was more extensive and differentiated than ever before," said a delighted Michael Janecke, brand manager for Techtextil and Avantex. Among the highlights, US-based polyester fiber producer Performance Fibers launched spun-dyed high-tenacity yarns for use in coated fabrics in awnings, banners, signs, and other outdoor uses. Also new is 1H75 fiber, which represents an advance in the company's range of Dimensional Stable Polyester (DSP fiber) products. UK-based Waxman Group launched the So Collection, a range of fiber-...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\International Fiber Journal\(04)\Techtextil Frankfurt Bigger Than Ever_0704.rtf

|... c, and natural fibers sourced from manufacturers worldwide. The functional fibers include So Sure, an antibacterial viscose fiber designed for blending with other fibers in the production of protective fabrics ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Váha    0.99
Nadpis    Novel nanocomposite antimicrobial additives enabling straight-forward functionality for technical textiles_0705.rtf
Abstrakt    Fibers Novel nanocomposite antimicrobial additives enabling straight-forward functionality for technical textiles M.J. Height, HeiQ Materials, Zurich/Switzerland Antimicrobial functionality is one of the strongest growth areas in the technical textiles sector due to the strong and growing consumer demand for freshness, hygiene and increased technical functionality of textiles. Silver is the active ingredient of choice for achieving antimicrobial functionality in technical textiles. HeiQ Materials has developed a silver additive that overcomes the disadvantages of conventional silver ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\05\Novel nanocomposite antimicrobial additives enabling straight-forward functionality for technical textiles_0705.rtf

Fibers Novel nanocomposite antimicrobial additives enabling straight-forward functionality for technical textiles M.J. Height, HeiQ Materials, Zurich/Switzerland Antimicrobial functionality is one of the strongest growth areas in the technical textiles se ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Váha    0.99
Nadpis    New fiber specialties_0705.rtf
Abstrakt    Waxman Fibres New fiber specialties The fiber company Waxman Speciality Products, a new division of Waxman Fibres Ltd., Elland/UK, has launched the So range of fiber based products aimed at the specialty textile market. The So range includes functional, cosmetic and natural fibers with sustainable properties. The functional fibers include antibacterial (So Sure), anti-static (So Neutral), a fiber with healing properties (So Ch'l) and a 3D product for seating and mattresses which can be used when weight and air circulation are an issue (So Flex). Waxman Speciality Products has also ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\05\New fiber specialties_0705.rtf

|... tional, cosmetic and natural fibers with sustainable properties. The functional fibers include antibacterial (So Sure), anti-static (So Neutral), a fiber with healing properties (So Ch'l) ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Nadpis    New developments on fibers_0705.rtf
Abstrakt    Fibers 46th Dornbirn Man-made Fibers Congress New developments on fibers Abstracts of the lectures held at the 46th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress on September 19-21, 2007 under the heading of "New developments on fibers". The India fiber story M. Mohan, Reliance Industries Ltd., Mumbai/lndia Today, the Indian textile industry is one of the fastest growing textile industries in the world. Modifications of PET fine filaments and effects of fiber and fabric properties for functionalities in apparel M. Mielke, Advansa GmbH, Hamm/Germany The production and marketing of PET fibers and ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\05\New developments on fibers_0705.rtf

|... bling straight-forward functionality for technical textiles M.J. Height, HeiQ Materials, Zurich/Switzerland Antimicrobial functionality is one of the strongest growth areas in the technical textiles se ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Nadpis    Method for preparing splittable composite fibers having antimicrobial and deodorant properties_0705.rtf
Abstrakt    Patents Method for preparing splittable composite fibers having antimicrobial and deodorant properties Disclosed is a method for producing an antimicrobial and deodorant splittable composite fiber having splittable sections by composite spinning two different kinds of polymers. The method comprises the step of adding a liquid functional agent containing an inorganic particulate ceramic modified with metal ions and a vehicle to one or two of the constituent polymer components of the composite fiber. According to the method, antimicrobial and deodorant splittable composite fibers having ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\05\Method for preparing splittable composite fibers having antimicrobial and deodorant properties_0705.rtf

Patents Method for preparing splittable composite fibers having antimicrobial and deodorant properties Disclosed is a method for producing an antimicrobial and deodorant splittable composite fiber having splittable sections by composite spinning two different kinds of polymer ...|... constituent polymer components of the composite fiber. According to the method, antimicrobial and deodorant splittable composite fibers having very good processability can be produced at reduced costs. C.H. Cho, M ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Nadpis    Western Europe Chemical fiber titer program for nonwovens 2007_0701-02.rtf
Abstrakt    Western Europe: Chemical fiber titer program for nonwovens 2007 *) *) based on an updated table of 2005 Kelheim Fibres GmbH Danufil V 1.3-28.0 30-70 nonwovens, hygienics, Lenzing AG Lenzing Viscose 2.8-4.2 38-80 drylaid nonwovens, Märkische Faser GmbH Grisuten 10 1.6/1.7/2.4 38,51,60 all end-uses
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\01-02\Western Europe Chemical fiber titer program for nonwovens 2007_0701-02.rtf

|... il 5.4 64/76 filling, siliconized, hollow, Allerban T116D antimicrobial DS Fibres NV PES-DS 3.3/4.4/6.7/ 40-150 high-performance B-9200 Dendermonde sistant asota LV/GV 6101 asota LV 9550 4.4-30 60/90 antimicrobial Belgian Fibres NV 4-15 30-150 textile needlefelts, filters B-7700 Mouscron ...|... 5.6 32-70/110 technical nonwovens Rhovyl AS 2.8-5.6 32-70/110 antibacterial fiber Oxidized PAN fibers TohoTenax Pyromex 2.2 51/65 barrier nonwovens Europe ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Nadpis    Ecological Materials_0703.rtf
Abstrakt    Against the backdrop of such a tendency, the apparel industry has also shown growing concern for ecological materials like recycled synthetic fibers and organic cotton. Recycled Synthetic Fibers in the Limelight At Premiere Vision (PV) in Paris this February, buyers primarily from the U.S., U.K. and Northern Europe seeking ecology-oriented materials were noticeable. Achievement of Completely Cyclic Recycle System Teijin Fibers Limited is operating a completely cyclic recycling system called "ECOCIRCLE" which collects final products like worn-out clothing made of polyester and recycles ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Asian Textile Business\atb 2007 3\Ecological Materials_0703.rtf

|... Rin-take Rayon/cotton rayon/wool blends A rayon material made from bamboo fiber. Offers moderate antibacterial property and moisture absorbing/releasing functions. ECO-TONE Wool ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Small beautiful Textile Horizons\(05-06_kveten-cerven)\small_beautiful_0705-06.rtf

 

small is beautiful Nanotechnologies and smart textiles featured as the major theme of a prestigious conference organised by the Institute of Nanotechnology and held at the Royal Society, London, UK. Dr. Ian Holme reports SPEAKERS and delegates from some eighteen counties demonstrated the global interest in the rapidly advancing field of nanotechnologies and smart textiles. Lotus Effect projects for textile materials were being explored with Degussa and other companies coordinated by the Institute of Textile Technology and Process Engineering of Denkendorf in Germany. Sandy Black (London ...

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Techtextil_Avantex 2007 Textile Asia\(07-cervenec)\Techtextil_Avantex 2007 _0707.rtf

 

Fibre and Yarn Fibre is the base material for textiles. From high performance fibre comes high performance yarn is important in creating fabric for technical textile production as well as in assembling the product such as sewing. Barnet Europe GmbH & Co. KG of Germany is a producer of polymers, fibres and yarns. Among its wide range of products on show was a unique and interesting fibre Nega-Stat - a fine filament bi-component yarn.

 

 

 

 

   

 

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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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1cEXHIBITIONS & CONFERENCESTextile Asia\(06-cerven)\EXHIBITIONS & CONFERENCES_0706.rtf
 Eco-friendly fashion is no longer about crunchy, scratchy clothing made from rough-hewn hemp fibres, says the organiser, Messe Frankfurt. Interstoff Asia Essential is considered to be a major trade fair with a special focus on eco-textiles. "Education and information will play a big part in the growing role of eco-textiles in the fashion industry," says the director of trade fairs at Messe Frankfurt, Katy Lam. Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles is organised by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd; The Sub-Council of Textile Industry, CCPIT; and China Home Textile Association.
2cEco-textile expo set for OctoberTextile Asia\(06-cerven)\Eco-textile expo set for October_0706.rtf
 Eco-friendly fashion is no longer about crunchy, scratchy clothing made from rough-hewn hemp fibres, says the organiser, Messe Frankfurt. Mainstream fashion labels and garment-makers the world over are turning their attention to eco-friendly fabrics or 'eco-textiles' not just as an alternative option for raw materials, but as their first choice for a consumer market that is embracing the trend towards eco-friendly fashion that minimises damage to the environment. Nike is one of the world's largest retail users of organic cotton, with some 52% of the company's garments containing some ...

 

 

 

 

   

 

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Abstrakt    Eco-friendly fashion is no longer about crunchy, scratchy clothing made from rough-hewn hemp fibres, says the organiser, Messe Frankfurt. Interstoff Asia Essential is considered to be a major trade fair with a special focus on eco-textiles. "Education and information will play a big part in the growing role of eco-textiles in the fashion industry," says the director of trade fairs at Messe Frankfurt, Katy Lam. Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles is organised by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd; The Sub-Council of Textile Industry, CCPIT; and China Home Textile Association.
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Asia\(06-cerven)\EXHIBITIONS & CONFERENCES_0706.rtf


|... ndustry," she adds. Fabrics with built-in functions such as breathability and deodorising-effect are no longer big news, and their use within the garment industry is wid ...|

 

 

 

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Abstrakt    Eco-friendly fashion is no longer about crunchy, scratchy clothing made from rough-hewn hemp fibres, says the organiser, Messe Frankfurt. Mainstream fashion labels and garment-makers the world over are turning their attention to eco-friendly fabrics or 'eco-textiles' not just as an alternative option for raw materials, but as their first choice for a consumer market that is embracing the trend towards eco-friendly fashion that minimises damage to the environment. Nike is one of the world's largest retail users of organic cotton, with some 52% of the company's garments containing some ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Asia\(06-cerven)\Eco-textile expo set for October_0706.rtf

|... ndustry," she adds. Fabrics with built-in functions such as breathability and deodorising-effect are no longer big news, and their use within the garment industry is wid ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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1dTechtextil Avantex 2007 Textile Asia\(07-cervenec)\Techtextil_Avantex 2007 _0707.rtf
 Fibre and Yarn Fibre is the base material for textiles. From high performance fibre comes high performance yarn is important in creating fabric for technical textile production as well as in assembling the product such as sewing. Barnet Europe GmbH & Co. KG of Germany is a producer of polymers, fibres and yarns. Among its wide range of products on show was a unique and interesting fibre Nega-Stat - a fine filament bi-component yarn.

2dMarket trends for flame-resistant fabricsTechnical Textiles\1.q\Market trends for flame-resistant fabrics_0701.rtf
 Global demand for flame-resistant fibers and fabrics is growing strongly and will continue to do so over the next 5 years. Indeed, basic workwear is being replaced by protective wear made from flame-resistant fabrics, as flame-resistance is combined with other properties - including greater comfort. Flame-resistant fabrics are used in apparel for three main applications: industrial work-wear; firefighters' apparel; and professional racing apparel. Products new to the market join established brand names such as DuPont's m-aramid fiber Nomex, one of the best known flame-resistant fibers on...

3dTechtextil Frankfurt Bigger Than EverTechtextil Frankfurt Bigger Than Ever_0704.rtf
 "The range of innovative textiles for the various technical applications was more extensive and differentiated than ever before," said a delighted Michael Janecke, brand manager for Techtextil and Avantex. Among the highlights, US-based polyester fiber producer Performance Fibers launched spun-dyed high-tenacity yarns for use in coated fabrics in awnings, banners, signs, and other outdoor uses. Also new is 1H75 fiber, which represents an advance in the company's range of Dimensional Stable Polyester (DSP fiber) products. UK-based Waxman Group launched the So Collection, a range of fiber-...

4dInternational Fiber Journal\(04)\Techtextil Frankfurt Bigger Than Ever International Fiber Journal\(04)\Techtextil Frankfurt Bigger Than Ever 0704.rtf
 "The range of innovative textiles for the various technical applications was more extensive and differentiated than ever before," said a delighted Michael Janecke, brand manager for Techtextil and Avantex. Among the highlights, US-based polyester fiber producer Performance Fibers launched spun-dyed high-tenacity yarns for use in coated fabrics in awnings, banners, signs, and other outdoor uses. Also new is 1H75 fiber, which represents an advance in the company's range of Dimensional Stable Polyester (DSP fiber) products. UK-based Waxman Group launched the So Collection, a range of fiber-...

5dWhich Garments Are Best for the Petrochemical IndustryAsian Textile Business\atb 2007 3\Which Garments Are Best for the Petrochemical Industry_0703.rtf
 "Lenzing FR" is mostly the "silent" blending partner, but it is exactly this fiber that makes the fabrics so special and contributes significantly to the popularity and performance of garments made with "Lenzing FR"/aramid blends. Fabrics and garments made of"Lenzing FR" blends offer the wearer better comfort, increased protection against heat and the highest level of flame resistance. Fabrics and garments made with short-staple "Lenzing FR" fiber are durable enough to meet even the standards of military garments. Fabrics and garments made of "Lenzing FR" blends offer the wearer optimum ...

 

 

 

 

   

 

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Abstrakt    Fibre and Yarn Fibre is the base material for textiles. From high performance fibre comes high performance yarn is important in creating fabric for technical textile production as well as in assembling the product such as sewing. Barnet Europe GmbH & Co. KG of Germany is a producer of polymers, fibres and yarns. Among its wide range of products on show was a unique and interesting fibre Nega-Stat - a fine filament bi-component yarn.
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Asia\(07-cervenec)\Techtextil_Avantex 2007 _0707.rtf


|... . The LOI (limiting oxygen index) is generally in the range of 30 to 34. Beside flame resistant, the Kynol fibre has also outstanding thermal insulation property. While a 290 g/m2 woven Kynol ...|

 

   

 

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Abstrakt    Global demand for flame-resistant fibers and fabrics is growing strongly and will continue to do so over the next 5 years. Indeed, basic workwear is being replaced by protective wear made from flame-resistant fabrics, as flame-resistance is combined with other properties - including greater comfort. Flame-resistant fabrics are used in apparel for three main applications: industrial work-wear; firefighters' apparel; and professional racing apparel. Products new to the market join established brand names such as DuPont's m-aramid fiber Nomex, one of the best known flame-resistant fibers on...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\1.q\Market trends for flame-resistant fabrics_0701.rtf

Market trends for flame-resistant fabrics Global demand for flame-resistant fibers and fabrics is growing strongly and will continue to do so over the next 5 year ...|... lished brand names such as DuPont's m-aramid fiber Nomex, one of the best known flame-resistant fibers on the market. Key growth areas include multi-functional fibers in which flam ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Abstrakt    "The range of innovative textiles for the various technical applications was more extensive and differentiated than ever before," said a delighted Michael Janecke, brand manager for Techtextil and Avantex. Among the highlights, US-based polyester fiber producer Performance Fibers launched spun-dyed high-tenacity yarns for use in coated fabrics in awnings, banners, signs, and other outdoor uses. Also new is 1H75 fiber, which represents an advance in the company's range of Dimensional Stable Polyester (DSP fiber) products. UK-based Waxman Group launched the So Collection, a range of fiber-...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\International Fiber Journal\(04)\Techtextil Frankfurt Bigger Than Ever_0704.rtf

|... eable. Meanwhile, Lenzing of Austria announced its Lenzing FR heat protection fibers are being used in flame-resistant combat uniforms for the U.S. Army. Produced by TenCate Southern Mills and marke ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Abstrakt    "The range of innovative textiles for the various technical applications was more extensive and differentiated than ever before," said a delighted Michael Janecke, brand manager for Techtextil and Avantex. Among the highlights, US-based polyester fiber producer Performance Fibers launched spun-dyed high-tenacity yarns for use in coated fabrics in awnings, banners, signs, and other outdoor uses. Also new is 1H75 fiber, which represents an advance in the company's range of Dimensional Stable Polyester (DSP fiber) products. UK-based Waxman Group launched the So Collection, a range of fiber-...
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Abstrakt    "Lenzing FR" is mostly the "silent" blending partner, but it is exactly this fiber that makes the fabrics so special and contributes significantly to the popularity and performance of garments made with "Lenzing FR"/aramid blends. Fabrics and garments made of"Lenzing FR" blends offer the wearer better comfort, increased protection against heat and the highest level of flame resistance. Fabrics and garments made with short-staple "Lenzing FR" fiber are durable enough to meet even the standards of military garments. Fabrics and garments made of "Lenzing FR" blends offer the wearer optimum ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Asian Textile Business\atb 2007 3\Which Garments Are Best for the Petrochemical Industry_0703.rtf

|... ducing a new "Quality Partner Program" (QPP) for products based on "Lenzing FR" flame-resistant fiber with a desire to ensure that the correct blend of materials is being used for t ...|

 

 

 

 

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1eCulimeta P-d aitec New high-tech fibers and glass sewing yarnsTechnical Textiles\2.q\Culimeta P-d aitec New high-tech fibers and glass sewing yarns_0702.rtf
 Culimeta Textilglas-Technologie GmbH & Co. KG, Bersenbrück/Germany, and P-D aitec GmbH, Bitterfeld/Germany, have closely cooperated since December 2006 in developing and marketing coated high-tech fibers. The pressure impregnation technique ensures the penetration of the fiber bundle by the coating compound and its very even application to the surface of the individual filaments. That reduces the friction glass/glass and considerably improves the dynamic behavior of the coated yarn. For instance, it is also possible to coat aramid and carbon fibers with PTFE or to produce acrylic-coated ...

 

 

 

 

  

 

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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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|... 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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Advances in flame retardancy Textile Horizons\(09-10_zari-rijen)\Advances in flame retardancy_0709-10.rtf

 

Dr. Ian Holme reports from the Albert Halls, Bolton, UK, the venue for the 11th European Meeting on Fire Retardant Polymers. He pointed to the future challenge of developing flame retardant materials that offered a low fire risk, low fire hazard and also complied with the sustainable development concept. This would not only lower the treatment cost, it would also decrease the environmental impact accompanying polymer decomposition or release of the flame retardant additive. VECAP (Voluntary Emissions Control Action Programme) for brominated flame retardants (BFRs) had been set up in 2004...

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Techtextil Avantex 2007 Textile Asia\(07-cervenec)\Techtextil_Avantex 2007 _0707.rtf

 

Fibre and Yarn Fibre is the base material for textiles. From high performance fibre comes high performance yarn is important in creating fabric for technical textile production as well as in assembling the product such as sewing. Barnet Europe GmbH & Co. KG of Germany is a producer of polymers, fibres and yarns. Among its wide range of products on show was a unique and interesting fibre Nega-Stat - a fine filament bi-component yarn.
 

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Requirements trends and new effects in finishing automotive textiles Technical Textiles\3.q\Requirements trends and new effects in finishing automotive textiles_0703..rtf

 

Material-related requirements • UV resistance • Abrasion resistance • High wear fastnesses such as light, rub and perspiration fastness • Low weight • Cost effectiveness • Neutral odor • Low soiling • Easy cleaning. Good fogging behavior/low emission • Stable color fastnesses • Durable wear resistance • Advantageous care behavior • Positive burning behavior • No electrostatic charge. The combination Ruco-Guard AFT (high dry soil repellency) and Ruco-Guard AFU (excellent abrasion resistance) results in top values regarding the water and oil repellency without increasing the dry soiling and...
 

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Techtextil Frankfurt Bigger Than Ever International Fiber Journal\(04)\Techtextil Frankfurt Bigger Than Ever_0704.rtf

 

"The range of innovative textiles for the various technical applications was more extensive and differentiated than ever before," said a delighted Michael Janecke, brand manager for Techtextil and Avantex. Among the highlights, US-based polyester fiber producer Performance Fibers launched spun-dyed high-tenacity yarns for use in coated fabrics in awnings, banners, signs, and other outdoor uses. Also new is 1H75 fiber, which represents an advance in the company's range of Dimensional Stable Polyester (DSP fiber) products. UK-based Waxman Group launched the So Collection, a range of fiber-...
 

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Functional fibers in the fast lane Chemical Fibers International\04\Functional fibers in the fast lane_0704.rtf

 

There have been substantial shifts in the research, development and production of synthetic fibers around the globe over the past few decades. Functionalized fibers for various applications, such as self-cleaning, and even anti-insect are a result. Functionalized fibers can elicit specific biological responses due to bioactive surface functionality. Functional nanostructures of sputtered metals on fiber surfaces lead to decreased electrical resistance with the increase of fiber fineness.

 

 

 

 

   

 

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Abstrakt    Dr. Ian Holme reports from the Albert Halls, Bolton, UK, the venue for the 11th European Meeting on Fire Retardant Polymers. He pointed to the future challenge of developing flame retardant materials that offered a low fire risk, low fire hazard and also complied with the sustainable development concept. This would not only lower the treatment cost, it would also decrease the environmental impact accompanying polymer decomposition or release of the flame retardant additive. VECAP (Voluntary Emissions Control Action Programme) for brominated flame retardants (BFRs) had been set up in 2004...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Horizons\(09-10_zari-rijen)\Advances in flame retardancy_0709-10.rtf


|... essential for flame retardant textiles. Chemical grafting in cold plasma could modify the fibre surface to promote solid phase charring reactions. Hemp-based nonwoven fabric h ...|

 

   

 

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Abstrakt    Fibre and Yarn Fibre is the base material for textiles. From high performance fibre comes high performance yarn is important in creating fabric for technical textile production as well as in assembling the product such as sewing. Barnet Europe GmbH & Co. KG of Germany is a producer of polymers, fibres and yarns. Among its wide range of products on show was a unique and interesting fibre Nega-Stat - a fine filament bi-component yarn.
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Asia\(07-cervenec)\Techtextil_Avantex 2007 _0707.rtf


|... absorption properties for medical and hygiene applications. Galaxy is a viscose fibre with a modified cross section providing as much as 30% more absor-bency than any other for tam- ...|

 

   

 

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Abstrakt    Material-related requirements • UV resistance • Abrasion resistance • High wear fastnesses such as light, rub and perspiration fastness • Low weight • Cost effectiveness • Neutral odor • Low soiling • Easy cleaning. Good fogging behavior/low emission • Stable color fastnesses • Durable wear resistance • Advantageous care behavior • Positive burning behavior • No electrostatic charge. The combination Ruco-Guard AFT (high dry soil repellency) and Ruco-Guard AFU (excellent abrasion resistance) results in top values regarding the water and oil repellency without increasing the dry soiling and...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\3.q\Requirements trends and new effects in finishing automotive textiles_0703..rtf


|... d flame resistance. It is therefore primarily suitable for Trevira CS and other modified flame-retardant PET fibers. When using Ruco-Guard UCS it is not necessary to add a flame retardant agent t ...|

 

   

 

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Abstrakt    "The range of innovative textiles for the various technical applications was more extensive and differentiated than ever before," said a delighted Michael Janecke, brand manager for Techtextil and Avantex. Among the highlights, US-based polyester fiber producer Performance Fibers launched spun-dyed high-tenacity yarns for use in coated fabrics in awnings, banners, signs, and other outdoor uses. Also new is 1H75 fiber, which represents an advance in the company's range of Dimensional Stable Polyester (DSP fiber) products. UK-based Waxman Group launched the So Collection, a range of fiber-...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\International Fiber Journal\(04)\Techtextil Frankfurt Bigger Than Ever_0704.rtf


|... ling process, as well as water and oil repellency. Special additives within the fiber matrix and a modified production process offer excellent durability - even after intense mechanical u ...|

 

   

 

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Abstrakt    There have been substantial shifts in the research, development and production of synthetic fibers around the globe over the past few decades. Functionalized fibers for various applications, such as self-cleaning, and even anti-insect are a result. Functionalized fibers can elicit specific biological responses due to bioactive surface functionality. Functional nanostructures of sputtered metals on fiber surfaces lead to decreased electrical resistance with the increase of fiber fineness.
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\04\Functional fibers in the fast lane_0704.rtf


|... ion and other environmental influences have long been used to protect garments. Modified fiber properties are achieved by melt-blending additives, finish application, and mos ...|

 

   

 

 

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Schoeller Textil Outdoor Industry Award 2007 for ColdBlack Technical Textiles\4.q\Schoeller Textil Outdoor Industry Award 2007 for ColdBlack_0704.rtf

 

Anyone out and about in summer realizes just how quickly black clothing heats up when exposed to direct sunlight, as dark colors are well known for absorbing the energy in sunlight. Schoeller Textil AG, Sevelen/Switzerland presented the first textile innovations with Cold-Black at the Outdoor show in July 2007 in Friedrichshafen/Germany. These black dynamic, dryskin and prestige fabrics feature a surface which absorbs less heat, similar to the motorcycle fabrics previously introduced. This permits better heat man agement so that black clothing with Cold- Black finish stays "cool" for ...

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Kuraray Europe GmbH, Frankfurt/Germany will demonstrate high tenacity, low elongation, hydrophilic properties, weather resistance, and alkali resistance of Kuralon PVA (polyvinyl alcohol) fibers used in a broad spectrum of industrial applications. Kuralon is used as a cement and concrete reinforcing agent in place of asbestos, in alkaline battery separators, as a reinforcing agent in rubber, and to make rope and fishing nets. Kuralon K-ll is a new type of synthetic fiber based on a new wet cooled-gel spinning process developed by Kuraray. the strength, low elongation, and alkali ...

 

 

 

 

   

 

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Abstrakt    Anyone out and about in summer realizes just how quickly black clothing heats up when exposed to direct sunlight, as dark colors are well known for absorbing the energy in sunlight. Schoeller Textil AG, Sevelen/Switzerland presented the first textile innovations with Cold-Black at the Outdoor show in July 2007 in Friedrichshafen/Germany. These black dynamic, dryskin and prestige fabrics feature a surface which absorbs less heat, similar to the motorcycle fabrics previously introduced. This permits better heat man agement so that black clothing with Cold- Black finish stays "cool" for ...
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Abstrakt    Kuraray Europe GmbH, Frankfurt/Germany will demonstrate high tenacity, low elongation, hydrophilic properties, weather resistance, and alkali resistance of Kuralon PVA (polyvinyl alcohol) fibers used in a broad spectrum of industrial applications. Kuralon is used as a cement and concrete reinforcing agent in place of asbestos, in alkaline battery separators, as a reinforcing agent in rubber, and to make rope and fishing nets. Kuralon K-ll is a new type of synthetic fiber based on a new wet cooled-gel spinning process developed by Kuraray. the strength, low elongation, and alkali ...
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35hNew developments on fibersChemical Fibers International\05\New developments on fibers_0705.rtf
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36hNew acrylic fiber Dolan nanoChemical Fibers International\05\New acrylic fiber Dolan nano_0705.pdf.rtf
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37hTakeover of SeaCell plantChemical Fibers International\04\Takeover of SeaCell plant_0704.rtf
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38hIn the swim and on the slopesFuture_Materials\In the swim and on the slopes_0701.rtf
 Speedo has enlisted the world s top elite swimmers, including six-time Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps, to aid in the research and development of the Fastskin FS-Pro. The combination of the lightweight fabric and the speed it gives me make the Speedo Fastskin FS-Pro feel like a second skin. Speedo says its tests have proved the Fastskin FS-Pro suit to have the lowest passive drag results of any lightweight woven suit on the market, helping athletes move even faster through the water. Reusch showcased several models from its Solaris line of heated ski gloves featuring the ThermoTec ...

39hBug killersFuture_Materials\Bug killers_0701.rtf
 Nitric oxide The nanofibre bandage releases nitric oxide, which kills parasites and reduces inflammation, allowing healing to occur. The company's Dimensions line of coated fabrics for upholstery and bedding will be the first featuring Nanocide antimicrobial. CMI is currently researching and developing additional new Nanocide-based product lines for the health care/contract upholstery industry.. Successful trial for nanotube polymer additive Materials science business NaturalNano, Inc. has reported successful results in manufacturing scale testing of Pleximer -a polymer additive of ...

40hWhich Garments Are Best for the Petrochemical IndustryAsian Textile Business\atb 2007 3\Which Garments Are Best for the Petrochemical Industry_0703.rtf
 "Lenzing FR" is mostly the "silent" blending partner, but it is exactly this fiber that makes the fabrics so special and contributes significantly to the popularity and performance of garments made with "Lenzing FR"/aramid blends. Fabrics and garments made of"Lenzing FR" blends offer the wearer better comfort, increased protection against heat and the highest level of flame resistance. Fabrics and garments made with short-staple "Lenzing FR" fiber are durable enough to meet even the standards of military garments. Fabrics and garments made of "Lenzing FR" blends offer the wearer optimum ...

 
 

 

 
 
 
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Abstrakt    INVESTMENTS ARE shifting to air-jet weaving in Asia, especially in China, according to the VDMA, because pure synthetic yarn weaving is becoming less significant on the market. Process control guarantees reproducible production of warps of the highest quality, while maintaining optimum yarn tension and minimising yarn stress thanks to the frictionless tensioning concept. Potential applications range from the sectional warping of low-stretch technical filaments in all yarn counts to the warping of finest to coarsest staple fibre yarns. Rapier speed A special version of the Sulzer Textil ...
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|... Braiding, stitchbonding and the manufacture of knitted fabrics and composite materials are also said by the VDMA to be becoming increasingly significant due to the global growth of technical textiles. The expanding nonwovens material industry is also pushing further into the woven fabric markets, for example in ...|... hnical filaments in all yarn counts to the warping of finest to coarsest staple fibre yarns. Three by three Lindauer Dornier will have nine different weaving mac ...|... upholstery and interior shading fabrics at highest colour brilliance and lowest material consumption. Dornier intends to prove in Munich the flexible insertion of all ...|... coarsest aramid, heavy cotton, or the hairiest wool. As previously mentioned, a special emphasis for the company will be on presenting patented energy and waste saving ...|... - shirtings, worsteds, fancy voiles, leno fabrics, coating fabric, ladies' wear materials and denim. Modularity is a cornerstone in the design of Picanol's loom range ...|... (Hall B5, stand 230), fitted with a 9,600-hook jacquard producing a furnishing material at speeds of more than 1,400 metres/minute. The other will be in place at the s ...|... vibration, avoiding any friction with the warp and the reed. Rapier speed A special version of the Sulzer Textil G6500 RSP rapier weaving machine will demonstrate ...|... abric from Twaron yarn at Klocker, in Hall B6, at booth 358. This machine has a special weft brake which decelerates the weft perfectly to the exact length, reducing w ...|... Also in the range are Burckle reeds, including MA 33 reeds for aggressive glass fibres and highly aggressive yarns and Te Strake Textile air jet insertion technology. ...|

 
   
 
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Abstrakt    Flexibility While investments are being made in highly productive, large fibre plants in Asia, system modernisations and the manufacture of special machines, especially for technical textiles, dominates in Western Europe. The development of new fibres for use in technical areas requires modified manufacturing and processing systems (e.g. for carbon fibres). Compact spinning In ring spinning meanwhile, compact spinning - all the way to fancy-twist yarns and elastic core yarns - has become established worldwide and should already reach the three-million spindle mark in 2007. Barco is also ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Month\Issue_4\Fibre to Yarn_0704.rtf

Fibr e to Yarn Manmade fibre machinery manufacturers will be heavily represented in Munich, while the spread of compact yarn spinning continues THE GLOBAL production of chemical fibres increased by 3% in 2006 to approximately 43 million tons compared to the previous year. Polyester fibres were the most important segment with 27.7 million tons (an increase of 8%). More than 70% of global chemical fibres are now produced in Asia, with China as the largest manufacturing country. The leading international manufacturers of manmade fibre machines for staple fibres and filament yarns will be heavily represented at ITMA 2007 in Munich from Sept ...|... 6. Flexibility While investments are being made in highly productive, large fibre plants in Asia, system modernisations and the manufacture of special machines, especially for technical textiles, dominates in Western Europe. Con ...|... and increased process control are the basis for this. The development of new fibres for use in technical areas requires modified manufacturing and processing systems (e.g. for carbon fibres). New market opportunities are also being created with nanofibres. The fibres required for medical textiles are mainly still in the development stage - Germa ...|... going to press, details of new developments from a number of key players in the fibre preparation and yarn spinning sectors - among them leaders including Oerlikon S ...|... arco's solutions for the detection and elimination of contamination and foreign fibres. In the fight against contamination, Barco offers a complete range of products, ...|... n of its BarcoProfile OE yarn clearer, integrating basic yarn clearing, foreign-fibre and polypropylene detection, all in a single sensor. Non-stop monitoring A ...|... ion based on an optical system which measures the average brightness of the raw material and recognises coloured contamination which is darker. The Sonic hardware att ...|... our and colourless contamination. In addition, its acoustic waves penetrate the fibre flock to detect any hidden contamination for a double control. The advantages ...|... high accuracy and precision on contamination rejection. • The loss of good fibres dow n to less than 0.2% of the total amount of cotton production. • The ...|... ing . Automation capability The company will also show a new concept for staple fibres for production lines from 100 up to 400 tons per day. With this concept, the production costs per kilogram of fibres, as well as the investment cost per ton of capacity, have been significantly re ...|... chnical solutions and designs including a new spinning system, a completely new fibre draw technology and an advanced crimping system for more enhanced uniformity. ...|... ll as worsted and semi worsted carding machines will be presented at the staple fibre area of Oerlikon Schlafhorst in Hall A25 at stand 325. These machines are wid ...|... company will also present 'system-neutral' advice on all spinning systems from fibre to yarn, with ready made apparel samples and details of process parameters, inf ...|... osts. 9 New yarn brakes designed to smoothly process the most sensitive materials. Meanwhile, RITM has also developed a long-awaited solution to the demand for ...|... e 'Wool Touch' system, for the production of spun-like yarns from synthetic raw materials, such as polypropylene and polyamide, breaks down a barrier that has defeated t ...|... ology continues to set the standards on the market. "The conversion of carpet fibres today, is becoming very versatile," said managing director Frederic Belval. "Ne ...|... pment which the Valence company has been delivering for industrial, tyre, glass fibre and carpet yarn markets worldwide since 1991. New yarn standards With mor ...|... rass Synthetic grass yarns are continusly developing, employing different raw materials including nylon, polyethylene and polypropylene and different formats such as m ...|... intenance Twistglass is specially designed for twisting fibreglass and basalt fibres. It has been developed by Twistechnology of Spain to achieve the maximum yarn q ...|... brations. Plucking accuracy Italy's Tecnomeccanica Biellese has developed a special manipulator system for the automatic plucking of long staple fibres from a row of bales, which is able to handle fibre quantities with extreme accuracy. As a result, the system needs no human inte ...|... being displayed in Hall A5 at stand 234, include: . Suitability for plucking fibres from all types of bale and delivering them on loading tables. • A single pluc ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Troops armed with x-Static_0702.rtf
Abstrakt    Troops armed with X-Static Noble Biomaterials, the US creator of X-Static silver fibre, has developed the FRX fibre system to respond to the military's need for flame resistant clothing. "Current compression gear melts on the body, making burns worse, while the X-Static FRX selfextinguishes," said Shawn Connor, general manager of Noble's Military Division. Because of this threat, the armed forces have implemented the Flame Resistant Organizational Gear (FROG) programme to issue new fire-resistant clothing to soldiers in an effort to reduce severe burns. In addition to being fire ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Month\Issue_2\Troops armed with x-Static_0702.rtf

|... ops armed with X-Static Noble Biomaterials, the US creator of X-Static silver fibre, has developed the FRX fibre system to respond to the military's need for flame resistant clothing. The sy ...|... Static combat shirts are now being utilized by the US Marine Corps, the US Army Special Forces and US Navy Seals, which have adapted the X-Static base layer that prote ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Smart Fabrics and Intelligent Textiles in the UK - Seven Companies at the Forefront of Innovation_0701.rtf
Abstrakt    Technical Textile Markets, 1 st quarter 2007 Smart Fabrics and Intelligent Textiles in the UK Smart Fabrics and Intelligent Textiles in the UK: Seven Companies at the Forefront of Innovation by Wilson Adams1 SUMMARY This report profiles seven UK companies which are at the forefront of innovation in smart fabrics and intelligent textiles, namely: Auxetix, d3o lab, Eleksen, Engineered Fibre Structures, EXO2, Fibretronic and Peratech. Some of these companies have developed and commercialised functional fabric-based products incorporating integrated electronics. Such products are capable of ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile inteligence\Smart Fabrics and Intelligent Textiles in the UK - Seven Companies at the Forefront of Innovation_0701.rtf

|... fabrics and intelligent textiles, namely: Auxetix, d3o lab, Eleksen, Engineered Fibre Structures, EXO2, Fibretronic and Peratech. Some of these companies have deve ...|... umber of UK-based companies leading this field. At the same time, other smart materials offering new performance features for a varied range of end uses have emerged. ...|... have been created by modifying existing textile manufacturing technology. Such materials include: blast curtains and self-locking sticking threads from Auxetix; protect ...|... be used to control games consoles and other electronic devices from Engineered Fibre Structures; and heat conducting clothing technology from EXO2. INTRODUCTION ...|... re being used is growing rapidly, and includes the following. Some auxetic materials can change colour under tension . For safety applications, auxetic materials ...|... ighly sensitive to pressure, and which can be stitched, stapled or glued. Such materials have been incorporated into clothing designs in the form of switches or joysti ...|... to control equipment for electronic entertainment, particularly iPods. A special conductive yarn for use in textiles which can control electronic devices has been developed . Researchers have developed a special conductive yarn which can be woven into a textile to produce gloves for control ...|... ir production capacities and further develop their technologies. 2 Auxetic materials become fatter when stretched, in contrast to conventional flexible materials which become thinner. The most common application of smart fabrics has bee ...|... kTex iPod controls. Intelligent fabrics, such as d3o lab's shock absorbing materials, are being used in high performance sportswear Intelligent fabrics are also b ...|... on and O'Neill. AUXETIX Auxetix supplies bespoke licences for auxetic materials technology UK-based Auxetix supplies bespoke licences for auxetic materials technology. The company also specialises in technical consultancy to support cu ...|... ages of developing new commercial applications of its products. An auxetic material gets fatter when it is stretched, unlike an elastic band An auxetic material gets fatter when it is stretched, in contrast to conventional flexible materials-such as elastic bands-which become thinner. Interest in the field of auxetic materials began to grow in 1987 Interest in the field of auxetic materials began to grow in 1987 when an auxetic polymeric foam was produced at Iowa Unive ...|... n applied to technical textiles Since 1987 a whole range of synthetic auxetic materials have been produced, including carbon fibre composites, honeycomb structures and microporous polymers. However, it is only ...|... Net, a UK-based network of academic and industrial partners involved in auxetic materials. The AuxetNet network was officially launched at Sheffield University in the ...|... etwork has been actively promoting research into a number of aspects of auxetic materials, including synthesis, fabrication, testing, applications and modelling. Au ...|... al textiles with enhanced properties and functionality. It aims to produce materials which change colour for safety uses- The company plans to develop the following auxetic technical textiles: . materials which change colour depending on the level of tension exerted on them for safety applications; -textiles for ballistic barrier materials- . textiles with improved energy absorption for ballistic barrier materials; -self-locking threads for parachute cords- . self-locking stitching th ...|... chnology behind the design of the curtains is based on the premise that auxetic materials get fatter rather than thinner when they are stretched. In the event of an ...|... urtains. In response, a large number of pores open up across the surface of the material. The outcome is that the curtains absorb the shock of the explosion but the ope ...|... turer John Heathcoat, also based in the UK, is helping to develop the prototype material, which will then be tested by the Home Office Scientific Development Branch (HO ...|... acturers, including Kjus, Reusch, Ribcap, Schoeffel, Sells and Spyder. Its material is made of intelligent molecules- The company claims that its material, d3o, is made of intelligent molecules. -which flow during normal body mov ...|... state. They unlock and continue to flow past each other and therefore give the material normal flexibility. These qualities make it ideal for uses requiring high ...|... rest in the product. Since 2005 the technology has been introduced into materials for a number of end uses Since 2005 the technology has been introduced into materials for a number of end uses, including protective pads for horse riders and polo p ...|... impact protection systems which were available at the time were based on solid materials which had to be worn outside an athlete's clothing. PRODUCTS d3o F ...|... o Flex is constructed from three layers-an outer stretch fabric, d3o protection material in the middle, and an inner moisture management textile which is designed to wi ...|... In sports which involve high speed manoeuvres the wearer would want protective materials which allow total movement In sports which involve high speed manoeuvres-such ...|... boarding, surfing, cycling and fencing-the wearer would ideally want protective materials which allow the body to have unrestricted movement while providing impact prote ...|... layers is a specially developed armour plate which is made from a low friction material with high abrasion resistance. The layer acts as a protective system for extrem ...|... further developments of soft switching and sensing technology. ENGINEERED FIBRE STRUCTURES Engineered Fibre Structures has developed a knitted seamless glove to control electronic devices Engineered Fibre Structures is a spin-out company4 from the UK's University of Manchester. The ...|... is produced from a standard acrylic or nylon stretch-type base yarn and uses a special conductive yarn for the contactors and conductive pathways. It is completely wi ...|... contacts and their positioning within the glove can be varied. Engineered Fibre Structures claims that the Control Glove has multiple applications Engineered Fibre Structures claims that the Control Glove has multiple applications. For example ...|... ). The heating element is made from the company's FabRoc polymeric heating material- The heating element is made from the company's FabRoc polymeric heating material. This consists of stainless steel micro-conductors and a fibrous substrate which are knitted together to form a seamless heating layer suitable ...|... le FabRoc is a lightweight, waterproof, windproof, crushproof and stretchable material. It is chemically inert and therefore intrinsically safe, and it is fully compl ...|... with EU safety regulations. The heating element consists of a polymer base material containing chains of conductive particles The heating element consists of a polymer base material which contains numerous chains of conductive particles. When a low voltage is a ...|... vice-from one particle to another-which causes a rise in temperature within the material. The heating element is designed to automatically regulate its temperature ...|... articles expands and the particles move away from one another. As a result, the material conducts less current and the temperature falls. EXO2 has recently release ...|... c As noted earlier, the heat panels make use of EX02's heat conductive FabRoc material. The outer garment layer is made from AirXtream- The outer garment layer ...|... d vest for outdoor applications. EXO2 technology has also been employed in special dry suits for divers EXO2 technology has also been employed in special dry suits for divers by Typhoon International, based in Redcar, UK. Typhoon pla ...|... pressure Peratech technology is based on Quantum Tunnelling Composites (QTCs)-materials which are electrical insulators in their natural states, but which become elect ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Nano-particle as additives_0709-10.rtf
Abstrakt    Nano-particle as additives The Effect of nano-particle as additives in the photo degradation of Nylon 6.6 monofilament. Previous exposure studies of nylon 6.6 have shown that undyed yarn and fabric containing TiO2 as a delustrant exhibited a higher photodegradation as compared to those without delustrant [1-4]. The titanium dioxide promotes degradation by acting as a catalyst for photodegradation. yarn and the nylon 6.6 yarn extruded with 0.5 % TiO2 as the treated yarn. A comparison of the undyed treated yarns with the dyed treated yarns shows a loss in mechanical properties due to ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Horizons\(09-10_zari-rijen)\Nano-particle as additives_0709-10.rtf

|... ve important role in modifying the properties of various polymers. In polymeric materials, nano particles are used as fillers to improve the strength, toughness, process ...|... rant during the manufacturing of nylon and may well be present in the nylon 6.6 fibres. Previous exposure studies of nylon 6.6 have shown that undyed yarn and fabri ...|... gh transparency, with increased ultraviolet radiation absorption and also gives special effects in combination with metallic pigments. This grade of TiO2 pigment is re ...|... ion System Ltd. (ESL) on which the experimentally yarn was developed. Nylon 6.6 fibres are formed as the molten polymer exits the spinnerets and is quenched by cool a ...|... ymeric nylon 6.6 chips was carried out with dry Ultramid A 4 (supplied by BASF) special extrusion grade nylon 6.6 chips with and without Nano TiO2. A single hole ...|... ne on Mechanical Properties The mechanical properties of both undyed and dyed fibres were measured before and after exposure to artificial daylight. Table 1 (a & b) shows the mean change in tensile strength of dyed control and sample fibre in comparison to undyed control and sample fibre before exposure to artificial daylight. An increase in tensile strength after ...|... f 100°C which is much higher than the glass transition temperature of nylon 6.6 fibres (45°C) gives rise to a greatly increased mobility of the molecular segments in nylon 6.6 fibre polymer during the dyeing. This increased mobility of the chain facilitates p ...|... the dyed treated yarns shows a loss in mechanical properties due to significant fibre degradation after dyeing and exposure. This contrasts with the protective effec ...|... . Scanning Electron Microscope Analysis Figures 1-4 compares the surface of fibre before (right) and after (left) exposure to xenon-arc light. As can be seen fibre sustains significant damage due to exposure. The SEM photomicrographs revealed ...|... nano TiO2. An identical monofilament was extruded without this additive. The fibres containing nano titanium dioxide were generally affected more as a result of the dyeing and exposure to light than the fibres without titanium dioxide. An increase in tensile strength after dyeing is see ...|... of nano TiO2 does not seem to significantly affect the mechanical properties of fibres after dyeing. Analysis of mechanical properties of irradiated samples, however, indicates that the addition of nano TiO2 to undyed fibre has a protective effect against photo-tendering. This protective effect may be ...|... , Text. Res. J., 41, 32- 38(1971). [4] Edited by J E Mclntyre, Synthetic fibres: Nylon, Polyester, Acrylic, Polyolefin, Woodhead Publishing Limited, Cambri ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Advances in flame retardancy_0709-10.rtf
Abstrakt    Dr. Ian Holme reports from the Albert Halls, Bolton, UK, the venue for the 11th European Meeting on Fire Retardant Polymers. He pointed to the future challenge of developing flame retardant materials that offered a low fire risk, low fire hazard and also complied with the sustainable development concept. This would not only lower the treatment cost, it would also decrease the environmental impact accompanying polymer decomposition or release of the flame retardant additive. VECAP (Voluntary Emissions Control Action Programme) for brominated flame retardants (BFRs) had been set up in 2004...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Horizons\(09-10_zari-rijen)\Advances in flame retardancy_0709-10.rtf

|... ni Camino (Turin Polytechnic, Italy) reviewed the flame retardancy of polymeric materials. He pointed to the future challenge of developing flame retardant materials that offered a low fire risk, low fire hazard and also complied with the sustai ...|... • to find flame retardant systems that could broaden the use range of the material e.g. suitable for high temperature or high stress conditions; • to decrease ...|... lame retardant approaches, namely: • blending of natural / high performance fibres e.g. Wool / Kevlar; • chemical grafting and copolymerisation; • incorporati ...|... for flame retardant textiles. Chemical grafting in cold plasma could modify the fibre surface to promote solid phase charring reactions. Hemp-based nonwoven fabric h ...|... s could be useful in decreasing the peak rate of heat release from burning fibres and polymers. Luc Zonnenberg (Eurobrom BV, Amsterdam, The Netherlands) report ...|... Rhodia Novecare Ltd, Oldbury, UK) reviewed the trends in flame retardants with special reference to those based upon phosphorus. Flame retardants saved lives but thei ...|... e during wear and washing could be accentuated by tumble drying, giving greater fibre damage. Customers had higher expectations in terms of the safety and the ecotoxicological aspects of the flame retardants present in textile materials. There were also more searching demands for multifunctional finishes where flam ...|... required a high degree of technical input and innovation which meant that these materials could still be produced viably in the EU member states and could conform to the ...|... d by EU flammability regulations. Professor Richard Horrocks (Centre for Materials Research and Innovation, University of Bolton, UK) described the wet spinning o ...|... easing interest in using annually renewable and environmentally benign starting materials that were biodegradable and could replace petroleum-based materials. Vegetable oils were triglycerides of different fatty acids with varying degree ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Why the European man-made fibre industry is optimistic_0711.pdf.rtf
Abstrakt    SPECIAL REPORTS Why the European man-made fibre industry is optimistic From Jozef De Coster, Bruges What kind of future can the European man-made fibre industry expect? In spite of mixed experiences in the past and huge challenges ahead for the sector, Colin Purvis, the energetic director general of the Brussels-based European man-made fibre associations CIRFS and EATP, is optimistic. Their disappearance from the fibre market didn't put an end to the restructuring of the European man-made fibre industry. There are, for instance, 57 producers of polypropylene staple in Europe today, as ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Asia\(11-listopad)\Why the European man-made fibre industry is optimistic_0711.pdf.rtf

SPECIAL REPORTS Why the European man-made fibre industry is optimistic From Jozef De Coster, Bruges What kind of future can the European man-made fibre industry expect? In spite of mixed experiences in the past and huge challenges ...|... Purvis, the energetic director general of the Brussels-based European man-made fibre associations CIRFS and EATP, is optimistic. Not very long ago, large Europ ...|... as Hoechst (Germany), ICI (UK) and Rôhne-Poulenc (France) were among the top fibre producers in the world. They no longer are. Their disappearance from the fibre market didn't put an end to the restructuring of the European man-made fibre industry. Far from it. Also in 2007, several ownership changes took place in the sector. Nexis Fibers (ex-Rhodia nylon industrial filament) and Wellman Ireland (polyester staple) we ...|... rted activities in Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey. Asian interest in the European fibre industry is rising as was indicated by recent new Korean spandex investments in ...|... losses caused by a badly adapted product offer or slow reactions on rising raw material or energy prices. Today, the European man-made fibre industry is, on the whole, in better shape. But the challenges it presently fac ...|... g to Colin Purvis, director general of CIRFS (International Rayon and Synthetic Fibres Committee) and EATP (European Association of Textile Polyolefins), the main challenges the European man-made fibre industry faces today are: - High raw material prices and high euro value, which put pressure on margins; - Global overcap ...|... , which leads to dumped imports; - Trade barriers, which hold back European fibre and textile exports in some markets; - Cotton subsidies, which penalise man-made fibres; and, - Society's environmental expectations, which are con stantly rising. Calculations made by CIRFS (based on fibres and raw materials price data provided by PCI Consulting Group) revealed that raw material prices in August 2007 were a lot higher than in August 2006. Though polypropyle ...|... 007. The strong euro (one euro = 1.4 dollar) may be an advantage for buying raw materials, but it's becoming a headache for European fibre exporters who supply customers in dollar regions. Globalisation challenge A ...|... merged as the world centre for volume textiles production. It developed its own fibre production on a huge scale. Today, around 80% of total polyester production is in Asia - half of that in China. Commodity production of fibres, textile and apparel in Western Europe has collapsed, and is under pressure in ...|... compensate the loss of domestic market share in the commodity market, European fibre producers are keen to bring their specialty products to new export markets. So ...|... ies. As for India, we agree that it's still a poor country, but in the field of fibres, textiles and garments, it's an impressively competitive player." The EU has ...|... rope's competitive advantages Colin Purvis is sure that the European man-made fibre industry is and will remain a competitive player, at least in a world market wh ...|... S counterparts. True, Europe's global market share has gone down, but volume of fibre output has held up. Europe is the world's second largest man-made fibre producer after juggernaut China. Colin Purvis sees several reasons that could help the European man-made fibre industry to continue performing well. Many producers have successfully re-orien ...|... ications. Eu- rope has some of the world's most efficient and high quality fibre plants, including the largest cellulosic staple production unit (Lenzing, Austr ...|... ction unit in the world (Aksa, near Istanbul). Europe has also many world-class fibre plants on a smaller scale. Besides, most European plants are geared to meeting ...|... ho look for flexibility and a good level of service. In 2006, European man-made fibre exports amounted to 1.5 billion euros (mainly thanks to exports of acrylic, cellulosics, aramid and specialties). Especially the fact that the European fibre industry is innovative and ahead of foreign competition in the field of environ ...|... for the future. Colin Purvis stresses that Europe has a strong base to support fibres and textile innovation: institutes, universities, in-house capabilities, collab ...|... logy Platform for Textiles and Clothing. The annual Dornbirn (Austria) man-made fibres congress is a unique forum for innovation networking. Though, on a world level, only 0.6% of oil production is used for man-made fibres, most European fibre companies take much care to lower their carbon footprint, aiming at production efficiency, clean energy and growing use of recycled materials. European standards of environmental responsibility are probably the highest in ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    China will remain top cotton buyer_0711.pdf.rtf
Abstrakt    Special Reports China will remain top cotton buyer By C.K. Chow China is expected to almost double its import of US cotton during the 2007-08 season and absorb nearly half of America's entire cotton exports. China would continue to be the largest importer of US cotton, according to a recent forecast by Cotton Incorporated. India, whose cotton production in 2007-08 is expected to rise from the 2006-07 level, according to USDA figures) are expected to see crops drop a little bit more than in last year. According to the USDA figures, there has been a 28% decrease in US cotton planting this ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Asia\(11-listopad)\China will remain top cotton buyer_0711.pdf.rtf

Special Reports China will remain top cotton buyer By C.K. Chow China is expect ...|... Cotton Incorporated. At a seminar held in Hong Kong in mid-October Cotton Inc's fiber economist, Gary Raines, estimated that China would import some 7.8 million bale ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Textiles with cosmetic effects 0708.rtf
Abstrakt    This study addresses the historical background of microencapsulation technology, which is an effective technique to control the release properties of active ingredients that prolong the functionality of cosmetic textiles, and the most commonly used microencapsulation methods. Owing to the rapid development of novel sciences and technologies, textile materials have also found applications in cosmetic field in recent years. On contact with the skin and human body, cosmetic textiles are designed to transfer an active substance for cosmetic purposes. The microcapsules are produced by ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Asia\(08-srpen)\Textiles with cosmetic effects 0708.rtf

|... etic effects By S.Y. Cheng, C.W.M. Yuen, C.W. Kan, K.K.L. Cheuk* Textile materials have lately found applications in cosmetics. Many commercial cosmetic textile p ...|... e. Owing to the rapid development of novel sciences and technologies, textile materials have also found applications in cosmetic field in recent years. A new sector of ...|... release mechanisms of the core contents vary depending on the selection of wall materials and more importantly, its specific end uses. Table 1 demonstrates the relations ...|... Fragrance Textiles Friction, Diffusion through Polymer Wall Phase Change Material (Thermoregulation) Temperature (Shin et al., 2005) Thermochromic & Photo ...|... The earliest conception of microencapsulation, which carries or holds a core material trapped within a shell material, possibly dates back to 1930s by using spray-drying technique. Until 1950s, the ...|... develop textiles with new properties and added value; including climate-control materials, fragrances released fabrics, cosmetic, therapeutic and medical textiles. Texti ...|... the complex coacervate acts as the dispersed phase. As the water-insoluble core materials are dispersed in the system, each droplet or particle of dispersed core material is spontaneously coated with a thin film of coacervate. The liquid film is then ...|... f reactive monomers. A multi-functional monomer is dissolved in the liquid core material. The resulting solution is dispersed to a desired drop size in an aqueous phase ...|... e interfacial polymerisation. However, no reactive agents are added to the core material. Polymerisation occurs exclusively in the continuous phase and on the continuous phase side of the interface formed by the dispersed core material and continuous phases. Polymerisation of reagents located there produces a rela ...|... is prepolymer grows in size, it deposits onto the surface of the dispersed core material being encapsulated where polymerisation with crosslinking continues to occur th ...|... y Drying Spray drying serves as a microencapsulation technique when an active material is dissolved or suspended in a melt or polymer solution and becomes trapped in ...|... process, the dried solid is formed by spraying an aqueous solution of the core material and the film-forming wall materials as fine droplets into hot air. The water then evaporates and the dried solid is ...|... ated usually by air-separation. This method has been used to encapsulate labile materials because of the brief contact time in the drier. However, one disadvantage of us ...|... cs can be lost during the drying process. Another disadvantage is that the core material may also be formed on the surface of the capsule, which allows for oxidation an ...|... ated by using a rotating extrusion head with concentric nozzles. The fluid core material is pumped through a central tube while the liquefied wall material is pumped through a surrounding annular space. A membrane of wall material is formed across a circular Table 1. Textiles End Uses and its Release ...|... rance Textiles I Friction, Diffusion through Polymer Wall Phase Change Material (Thermoregulation) Temperature (Shin et al., 2005) Thermochromic & Photo ...|... 4. Laboratory Scale Spray Dryer orifice at the end of the nozzle and the core material flows into the membrane, causing the extrusion of a rod of material. Droplets break away from the rod and hardening takes places on passage through ...|... , the particles are tumbled in a rotating pan or other device while the coating material is applied slowly at a controlled temperature profile. Additional coatings of f ...|... the movement of human body. The possibilities of using b-cyclodextrin as wall material have been investigated by a number of researchers (Hak et al. 2000; Wang et al, ...|... b-cyclodextrin as a protective wall, b-cyclodextrin was embedded onto cellulose fibres using N-methylol-acrylamide. Benzoic acid and vanillin which acted as an anti-b ...|... f waste yeast cells in microencapsulation process. After encapsulating the core material, the yeast cells were attached to both cotton and wool fibre by using crosslinking agents and binders. The processes of filling the yeast cells were very simple and the use of yeast cells as wall material generally provided several advantages such as high loading, in thermoplastic, p ...|... ng et al., 1999). They also prepared poly(L-lactide) microcapsules for fragrant fibre by interracial precipitation method through solvent evaporation from water-in-o ...|... melamine-formalde-hyde microcapsules containing essential oils and phase change materials. In situ polymerisation method was used and the process was modified to achieve the desired characteristics of microcapsule wall (Boh et al., 2006). The special features of Questice provide a brainstorming development in a fully encapsulate ...|... ustion during wet processing and it is applicable to both natural and synthetic materials. A series of products are marketed with moisturising, cooling, energising, rela ...|... me and through multiple domestic laundering. It is synonymous with all types of fibres and has a wide range of application potentials including apparel, hosiery and i ...|... Boh, B. & Knez, E. 2006, 'Microencapsulation of essential oils and phase change materials for applications in textiles products', Indian Journal of Fibre and Textile Research, vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 72-82. Fisher, G. 2002, 'Medical an ...|... pp. 10-16. Hak, L. M., Jong, Y.K. & Sohk-Won, K. 2000, 'Grafting onto cotton fibre with acrylamidomethylated b-cyclodextrin and its application', Journal of Appli ...|... e resin microcapsules containing fragrant oil: synthesis and characterization', Materials Chemistry and Physics, vol. 58, no. 2, pp. 128-131. Hong, K. & Park, S. 2000, 'Preparation of poly(L-lactide) microcapsules for fragrant fibre and their characteristics', Polymer, vol. 41, no. 12, pp. 4567-4572. Kumar, A ...|... Shin, Y., Yoo, D.I. & Son, K. 2005, 'Development of Thermoregulating Textile Materials with Microencapsulated Phase Change Materials (PCM). II. Preparation and Application of PCM Microcapsules', Journal of Applie ...|... "Shin, Y, Yoo, D.I. & Son, K. 2005, 'Development of Thermoregulating Textile Materials with Microencapsulated Phase Change Materials (PCM). IV. Performance Properties and Hand of Fabrics Treated with PCM Micro-ca ...|... & Chen, S. L. 2005, , Aromachology and its Application in the Textiles Field', Fibres and Textiles in Eastern Europe, vol.13, no. 6, pp. 54. Textile Asia, ...|

 
   
 
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Abstrakt    Fibre and Yarn Fibre is the base material for textiles. From high performance fibre comes high performance yarn is important in creating fabric for technical textile production as well as in assembling the product such as sewing. Barnet Europe GmbH & Co. KG of Germany is a producer of polymers, fibres and yarns. Among its wide range of products on show was a unique and interesting fibre Nega-Stat - a fine filament bi-component yarn.
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|... together by their nature rather than their application. Broadly the groups are fibre and yarn, fabrics, machineries and miscellaneous. Fibre and Yarn Fibre is the base material for textiles. Properties of different fibres may differ greatly and hence the end product. Fibre producers are keen to develop new fibres. Likewise the end users are keen to find out if there are new fibres for prosperous new markets. From high performance fibre comes high performance yarn is important in creating fabric for technical texti ...|... as sewing. Barnet Europe GmbH & Co. KG of Germany is a producer of polymers, fibres and yarns. Among its wide range of products on show was a unique and interesting fibre Nega-Stat - a fine filament bi-component yarn. Each filament has a unique, pate ...|... y shaped conducting core that is surrounded by a sheath of polyester. This fibre provides optimum antistatic protection in grounded and ungrounded applications ...|... ion is introduced selectively in grid or stripe patterns in non-conductive materials to provide effective static dissipation for the life of the product. The conducting core of Nega-Stat neutralises the surface charges on the base material by induction and dissipates the charge by conduction when grounded or when ungr ...|... a modern techni- cal textiles manufacturer with a wide range of products from fibres to technical fabrics. It has a fibre extrusion plant producing mono filaments and yarn of PA6, PE, PP and PVDF. Kuga ...|... is a unique "yarn in a coat", manufactured in a two-layer process combining the special qualities of different synthetic materials. The mono-filament has high tear resistance and low bending resistance. Fabric made from this special fibre is called Fugalux, which is used for technical lighting in architecture; Besides supplying unique fibres and fabrics Fugafil also customised products such as coating and laminating, sp ...|... e fabrics, sieve fabrics and filters. GE Plastics of the USA introduced its new materials for performance fibres. The company has over 40 years of experience in developing the leading edge thermoplastics technology. It helps to provide new fibre solutions featuring inherent flame retardance and excellent resistance to high ...|... hemicals. The company has recently invested in a high temperature melt spinning fibre line to its Polymer Processing Development Center (PPDC) in Pittsfield. The new ...|... ility can process resins at up to 450°C, enabling the use of next generation of material such as GE's Ultem resin grades. The equipment can produce continuous filaments at speeds up to 1,800 m/min and is capable of in-line drawing of fibres. The melt spinning process involves feeding a polymer into a screw extruder, he ...|... ith 144 orifices. It can produce low and high denier (6-10 denier per filament) fibres and is equipped for co-extrusion. At the show, GE Plastics introduced Ultem a ...|... ns, now adapted to provide advanced performance to a broad and growing range of fibre and textile applications. With the two new materials, textile manufacturers, fibre converters and OEMs can enhance the value of current product lines or explore new markets for performance fibres and fabrics. Ultem PEI (polyetherimide) resin is an amorphous high-perform ...|... tance to heat and chemicals and good UV stability. The light weight performance material is the solution to demanding situations. Ultem can be melt spun and yields monofila-ments, continuous filament yarns and staple fibres for use in composites, transportation, high temperature filtration and safety p ...|... T (polybutylene terephthalate) enables soft yet resilient monofilaments, staple fibres and continuous filament yarns for woven and nonwoven fabrics. These enhanced PBT materials from GE engineered to provide better hydrosta-bility, colorability and resistan ...|... ne, chemicals and food and beverages, medical and other applications. Kelheim Fibres GmbH of Germany has a subsidiary, Dolan GmbH, producing viscose and acrylic fibres. The fibres it produces fall in such categories as specialty and outdoor applications, production of non-wovens and technical fibres. For the viscose fibres, it has a range of specially engineered fibres for different applications. Danufil is a viscose fibre spun to 0.9 to 6.7 dtex with good absorption properties for medical and hygiene applications. Galaxy is a viscose fibre with a modified cross section providing as much as 30% more absor-bency than an ...|... s and medical applications. Viloft is 100% biodegradable viscose. The tape like fibre has a flat cross section that enables the fabric to break up when flushed in wa ...|... is ideally suited for flushable wipes. The most interesting among these viscose fibres is the one with Outlast technology. The Outlast fibres contain micro-encapsulated phase-change materials which absorb and release heat, providing increased comfort for the user. This new fibre offers all the benefits of regular viscose such as softness, the ability to abs ...|... utlast's temperature regulation capability for extreme comfort. The new viscose fibre is suitable for clothing applications such as intimate apparel, knitwear, women's wear, business shirts, blouse and pants. The acrylic group of fibres that Kelheim produces is called Dolanit. The Dolanit 10 is applied in the braking system of vehicles and trains. The Dolanit 10 FCS and 18 are used in fibre cement products. Dolanit AS can be used in split mastic asphalt and road constructions. Dolanit 12 is a crimped, homopolymer acrylic fibre combining textile processability, outstanding stability and good thermal and ch ...|... resistance. It is suitable for hot gas filtration. It can also be used in woven materials and needle felts for exhaust gas cleaning (dust filtration) in coal fired power ...|... roduction facilities. Kynol Europa GmbH of Germany presented its Kynol novoloid fibres, which is manufactured in Japan and can resist high temperature. Kynol novoloid fibres are cured phenol-aldehyde fibres made by acid-catalysed cross-linking of melt-spun novolac resin to form a fully ...|... linked, three-dimensional amorphous "network" polymer structure. Chemically the fibre contains approximately 76% carbon, 18% oxygen and 6% hydrogen. Because of this chemical structure, Kynol fibres are infusible (non- melting) and insoluble and possesses physical and chemical properties that distinguish them from all other fibres. Kynol novoloid fibres are used for a wide variety of flame and chemical resistant textiles and papers, as well as in composites, gaskets, in friction materials and as precursors for carbon and activated carbon fibres. The fibre is gold in colour with diameters ranging from 15 to 33 ěm, S.G. of 1.27, tenaci ...|... index) is generally in the range of 30 to 34. Beside flame resistant, the Kynol fibre has also outstanding thermal insulation property. While a 290 g/m2 woven Kynol ...|... 0°C in air and 200 to 250°C in the absence of oxygen. Smoke emission from Kynol fibres is significantly lower than from other fibres such as wool, cotton and aramid, which makes the fibre safe for applications involving high temperature. The fibre resists most chemicals and solvents. It is virtually unaffected by non-oxidisin ...|... acids, concentrated or hot sulphuric and nitric ac- ids and bases. Lenzing Fibers of Austria promoted its renowned fibres Lenzing Viscose and Tencel. Lenzing Viscose is a regenerated cellulosic fibre available in diameters ranging from 1.3 to 4.2 dtex. In the same group of produ ...|... ing colour to customers nonwovens. Colour pigments can be incorporated into the fibre directly and as many as 9,000 colour formulations have already been stored and ...|... finenesses from 1.7 to 3.3 dtex and in staple form or tow. Tencel is a viscose fibre with enhanced physical properties such as strength, especially in the set state and low linting combined with natural absorbency. Lenzing fibres are made from sustainable, renewable resource wood. They are fully biodegradable with natural absorbency. In soil burial, the fibre naturally breaks down within weeks. They are most advantageous in applications where water holding capacity is crucial. In the wet state, viscose fibre increases in fibre diameter. Lenzing fibres are fully biodegradable. Polisilk S.A. of Spain is a fibre producer. The fibres it supplies to the textile industries, includes bi-com-ponent yarns. Bi-compo-n ...|... ponent of Microsilk, polypropylene, is the most chemical resistant of synthetic fibres and it has also the lowest moisture regain. The inert characteristic of polypro ...|... he low thermal conductivity is an advantage in insulation. Shanghai Tanlon Fiber Co. Ltd. of China presented its PSA (Polysul-fonamide) fibre. PSA fibre is made to provide maximum protection against high temperature. The fibre is developed by the Shanghai Textile Research Institute and Shanghai Synthetic Fiber Research Institute. PSA fibre is now produced by Shanghai Tanlon Fiber Co. Ltd. with TANLON as a registered trade mark. PSA fibre is one kind of aromatic polyamide fibres with 75% para linked and 25% meta linked compounds. There is a -SO,- in the main chain so that the fibre cannot be easily destroyed at high temperature. The fibre has a tenacity of not less than 3.0 cN/dtex. The glass transition temperature of the fibre is 257°C and softening temperature is 367°C. The fibre starts to decompose at 422°C. The long time use temperature is 250°C and for short time use, the temperature can go up to 300°C. PSA fibre has good dimensional stability at elevated temperatures. After heat treatment f ...|... 30 minutes at 250°C and 300°C with hot air, the corresponding shrinkages of PSA fibre are less than 0.8% and 2%. Light resistance of the fibre was demonstrated by a measurement using a Xenon weather meter that after 50 hours exposure to light, the tensile strength of the fibre maintained at 65%. The fibre is highly resistant to flame. The limiting oxygen index of PSA fibre is 33%. It will not burn, melt and no melt drop, when the flame is removed. The fibre shows reasonably good resistance to sulfuric acid and nitrous acid at high temp ...|... several kinds of high polar or amide solvents. The Tanlon products in forms of fibre, yarn or fabric can be dyed into certain kinds of colours with good fastness. T ...|... contents of some kinds of toxic heavy metals are far below standard. The Tanlon fibre is available in linear densities from 1.2 - 4.0 dtex and staple cut lengths from 38 - 102 mm. Teijin Fibers Limited of Japan is a major producer of polyester monofila-ments. Accordin ...|... For Elas-Ter type 640M the thermal shrinkage at 160°C is 45%. Solotex is a PTT fibre supplied by Solotex Corporation, a joint venture of Asahi Kasei Fibers Corporation and Teijin Fibers Limited established in 2002. Solotex is composed of PPT or poly(trimethylene te ...|... lassified among the polyesters, a broad category which includes such well known fibres as PET and PBT. Its composition and its distinctive spring-like molecular struc ...|... lts in a high level of compatibility with a broad range of natural and man-made fibres. Solotex can be recycled by chemical recycling as well as thermal and mechanica ...|... ex Monofilament is inherently soft with long lasting resilience. Solotex Staple fiber is the staple fibre series which enables retaining the touch and feel of the co-fibre. Zyex Ltd. of Britain a supplier of polyketone fibres, displayed the high performance fibre Zyex. The company extrudes fine multi-filaments, fibres, mono filaments, rods and tubes from polyketone polymers, primarily PEEK (polyetheretherketone). PEEK is beige in colour. Density of the fibre is 1.3 g/cm3. The melting point is at 334°C and the glass transition temperatur ...|... he maximum continuous service temperature is a high 260°C. The flame resistance fibre has a limiting oxygen index (LOI) of 35%. Polyketones are stable high meting ...|... s racquets and musical instruments. Zyex filament, intimately mixed with carbon fibre and thermoformed, produces an exceptionally tough and clean matrix material for an advance composite. A wide range of lightweight components can be produce ...|... utomotive industries. I was told that one example was the use of PEEK composite material to replace steel bolts. The bolt made from PEEK was just as strong as steel, re ...|... ldwide under the brand name Cordenka The high-tenacity cellulose-based man-made fibre is used as reinforcing material in high-performance tires and mechanical rubber goods applications such as hose ...|... threads are nylon based. In the production of polyester bonded thread two base materials are used. The base material, polyester filament yarn has to be high in filament number and the low in elong ...|... stria is a new company based on a new line of product - using paper as the base material for making yarn. It are a startup company with long experience in textile produ ...|... confident that more new applications will be identified in the future. Smart Fiber AG of Germany, a fibre supplier produces and sells smartcel functional fibres. The company was established in 2005 based on scientific know-how gained over 1 ...|... t the Thüringen Institute for Textile and Plastic Research. Smartcel functional fibres, which the company developed is made of various functional polymers to manufacture out-of-the-ordinary properties. The smartcel fibre is made from cellulose using a modified ALCERU production process. The ALCERU t ...|... e Thüringen Institute for Textile and Plastic Research. Both the biogenetic raw material and the production process are environment friendly and the fibres are biodegradable. This innovation combines the familiar advantages of cellulose fibres. The manufacture of smartcel functional fibre, amine oxides and water are used to separate the cellulose didrectly and without chemical modification, and the textile fibres are then produced in a spinning process. The ability to mix organic and inorganic additives homogeneously into the fibres makes it possible to produce various functional materials on this common cellulose base. Depending on the additive, smartcel functional fibre then takes on various novelty properties. By adding various functional polymers, a full range of smart fibres product segments are obtained: bioactive, energy, clima, ceramic and filaments, ...|... s finely ground ion exchangers, large quantity of silver can be bonded into the fibre making it bioactive. High charging capacity and uniform distribution ensures high efficiency. The smartcel bioactive fibre was certified as high antibacterial effectiveness by the Research Institute Hoh ...|... o that the smartcel energy functional effect can be regulated. smartcel clima fibre is a PCM micro composite with thermo regulating features. It can absorb ex ...|... se it. smarted clima provides high heat absorption (up to 60 joules per gram of fibre). Depending on the paraffin, the temperature of heat absorption or heat dissipation can be adjusted. smartcel ceramic incorporates ceramic materials. Ceramic powder is combined with cellulose, formed and sintered thereafter. The result is a product which is fully ceramic in fibre, fabric and fleece. Ceramic fibres have a wide variety of possible applications. The sintered PZT ceramic fibre stretches when exposed to alternating voltage, thereby producing sound waves. Consequently the fibre can be used in ultrasound technology. Also various sports accessories are reinforced by smartcel ceramic fibres which in this application have a vibration damping effect. smartcel filament ...|... perfectly suit polishing, grinding or deburring of all metallic or non-metallic materials. Seaweed powder can be used as an additive for Wellness and health products. Wh ...|... ing electrostatic charges. Toray Deutschland GmbH of Germany is a supplier of fibres for different technical applications. It offers a range of fibres such as polyester, poly-lactic acid (PLA) fibres, Ingeo and special fibres. One of the special fibres is the electrical conductive fibre. It supplies an array of fibres with a wide range of electrical con- ductivity, from sem-conduc-tive fibres (surface resistivity: 10" Ů/cm) to high conductivity fibres (105 Ů/cm) based on Toryay's advanced fibre making technologies and nano-particle dispersion technology. These conductive fibres can be acrylic, nylon or polyester based. The new polyester and nylon based conductive fibres have a low conductive fluctuation comparable to carbon fibre and the volume resistivity can be reduced to 10° cm with a prospect of further reduction and closing to 10-4 Ůcm for carbon fibres. Typical applications for the electrical conductive fibres are items such as dust-proofing clothing, carpets and brush rollers. The other special Toray fibre being promoted was the Toray Low Temperature Melting yarn for adhesion. The Toray Melting yarn is a type of polya-mide fibre which melts at low temperature to give strong adhesion. With low melting temper ...|... r dry cleaning. The Toray Melt yarn can be used for both artificial and natural fibres. This type of melt yarn can be used for the production of Chenille yarn (for it ...|... textiles can be in woven or knitted structures or nonwovens made directly from fibre. Performance fabrics are engineered by selections of fibre, yarn and fabric construction. Some fabrics are made functional by additives su ...|... 6-directional using 34 tex glass filament yarn is designated for making roofing materials. The BAFA-laid scrims 750/15 is 6-directional with 34 tex glass filament yarn f ...|... ional construction, 500 dtex viscose warp and weft are used for making flooring materials while the BAFA-laid scrims 240/15 are used for building tacks on sports grounds ...|... , belt or three-dimensional structure. It is used in contact with soil or other materials at earth moving and building works. Materials for geosynthetics have to be low in elongation, high in strength and good in re ...|... -10 cm. This allows penetration of particles of soil/rock or other geotechnical materials through mesh apertures and formation of particle interlocking. It is good for t ...|... inforcement of non-cohesive, cohesive soils and formation made of coarsegrained materials. Geotextiles are flat, permeable made from synthetic or natural textile material which can be nonwoven, knitted or woven. They are used in contact with soil or other materials in civil engineering earthworks and building constructions. Geotextiles can pro ...|... e manufactured by interlacing (usually at right angles) of two sets of yarns, fibres, tapes or other products. They are endowed with high tensile strength. Knitted ...|... g industry traditionally uses a unique numbering system to denote variations in fibre size. The SaatiMil XXX grades have a large fibre size and are used for hard grades of wheat and durum or other abrasive grains. ...|... iMil GG or Grit Gauze grades are woven with coarser opeing sizes with a smaller fibre to provide a higher screening capacity. The SaatiMil HT are high capacity scree ...|... igh tensile stretching. SaatiMil XX fabrics are woven with two smaller diameter fibres adjacent to tone another. This construction provides a rougher surface to the s ...|... reens fail small pieces break off and this can be dangerous in food processing. Fibre usually tears without breaking off. Metal screen is more rigid. Particles with ...|... screen is more flexible allowing the particles to work free. Nylon is the usual material for textile screens. Nylon is more resistant to abrasion and corrosion than met ...|... f Germany supplies technical fabrics that are mostly made from high performance fibres for specialised applications. Multifunctional heating fabric, Syntherm, is one of its patented products. This type of fabric is made from glass fibres in the form of grids or a low warp and weft density. The specially developed fa ...|... fabrics of Synteen are used for reinforcement purposes and for making composite materials. Com- mon composite material applications can be found in the making of sports equipments such as snowboards ...|... e GmbH of Germany which specialises in technical fabrics, presented its line of special fabrics, Dpi-Tex, Intex, Technodeco and Cartex. The Ibena dpi-tex is a coated f ...|... r supported constructions. Valmex Mehatop is a multi layered composite membrane material with a special carrier fabric made from low wick yarn. PVDF lacquer developed by Mehler Texnol ...|... side or both sides according to the needs of the application. Valmex boat is a special high quality PVC coated fabric designed for extreme physical loads. It is very ...|... ure resistant in both plus and minus ranges. Polymer tarpaulins are tarpaulin materials for transport, commerce and industry. Polymer FR color is a flame resistant in ...|... inates virtually any substrate, including but not limited to paper, film, glass fibre, non-woven, aluminium, mineral wool and carton-board. The products aim to provi ...|... ables to create polymer layers like polyolefines and compolymers onto different materials. During a continuous process the molten polymer material is transformed into a functional coating on a carrier substrate (extrusion coat ...|... e building industry. Laminated fabrics can be used for geomembranes, insulation materials, breathable membranes and vapour control layers for house wrapping, roofing and flooring materials. The other applications are found in the motor industry for motor liners of the hood, roof and carpet backing. Coated material can also be applied to the imaging industry. Products of this class include pho ...|... ps and manufacture coated fabrics consisting of textiles of other reinforcement materials with elastomer coatings for a wide range of applications. Their products are pr ...|... atings is a manufacturer of elastomer industrial products, sheetings, diaphragm materials, coated fabrics and printing blankets. They produce about 100 reinforcement materials with a wide range of properties and some 300 coating materials providing a nearly infinite variety of combinations for practical, media-resistant composite materials. The laminates come in a variety of surface textures for different applications ...|... onal woven textile substrates. These fabrics are made in a range of performance fibres including Perox, PBI, PFR, rayon and Korspun. The Dual Mirror aluminised fabric ...|... hnical fabrics, medical applications, imitation leather, waterproof fabrics and materials for bags and suitcases. They also manufacture tapes for sealing and hot-melt we ...|... g ultrasonic bonding they have a product known as Pneumolastic. It is laminated material having a ribbed structure in which in which a large quantity of air trapped, fo ...|... massaging effect through the rib structure combining with the elasticity of the material, alternating an "acupressure" effect with relieving stretching. The fabric prov ...|... he filaments running be- tween the two layers form the third dimension of the material. Adjustment of the length of the connecting filaments changes the thickness of ...|... ng filament or yarn. The 3DEA has the possibility to be filled with different materials. The variation of the thickness varies from 20mm up to 55mm. The length and har ...|... hieved by means of ventilation openings in the back panel and on the sleeves. A special air chamber of the Airvantage inserts is integrated into the Air Systemjacket. ...|... lot of effort into testing of shoes for climatic comfort. They had developed a special shoe comfort test. In the "Whole Boot Comfort Test", the shoes are put on artif ...|... ate which has been specifically developed for trousers. Trousers made from this material are aimed principally at workers whose job requires them to spend time with ind ...|... Ltd. of Russia was at the exhibition showing their metallized fabrics. Textile materials can be metallized by ion - plasma sputtering developed by the company. The tech ...|... textiles can conduct electricity so that it can be used as flexible conductive material. Coating of the fabric with a thin layer of gives the fabric good bactericidal ...|... r burn curing centres and maternity hospitals. Metallized fabrics and non-woven materials have good shielding effect and protection for people or equipments from the inf ...|... e inside the container, so that it stays cold. The label is composed of Outlast material and a lamination of clear polyester to metallized polyester. The Cold Wrap™ label can be applied to a variety of materials including, but not limited to, paper, cardboard, glass and metal and is availab ...|... ng cloth for animals. New addition to their product lines is the natu ral fibre nonwovens Nafacrylbasic and Nafacrylcolor. The natural fibre nonwoven is binder impregnated. The weight range of this type of nonwoven is wide: 200 to 2,000 g/m2. Fibre used is mainly hemp but other natural fibres are also possible. The cellulosic fibre has high affinity to binders resulting in strong materials with high impact strength. This type of nonwoven is light in weight. The natural fibre in the material can be up to 80% and more. It is also stable to higher temperatures up to 130°C ...|... mediately after modeling. Interesting applications can be found for the natural fibre nonwovens. It can be molded parts for automotives and ship building, furniture, ...|... s such as the Palm, built directly into the sea the quality of the construction material is decisive. The second Palm, Jebel Ali is situated 22 km from the Palm, Jumeir ...|... ble geotextile is placed between the construction layers to prevent mingling of materials while allowing free movement of water. The pore structure of Fibertex Geotextil ...|... ene iQ was the nonwoven prototype Freudenberg introduced at the show. This is a material which can be fused onto garment fabrics as well as can be heated up. This is pa ...|... show they launched a new product also in the category of stretch performance materials. FreshFlex™ stretch non-woven was the new product. The new product is a single ...|... ing systems. Sioen Nordifa has a vertically integrated production line from raw material (PET, PP, PBT, Nomex, polyamide..) to the final product. The fabrics canbe wove ...|... ovens for shoes and leather and hygiene end uses. TWE Bocholt produces clothing materi- als as well as nonwovens for insultation. The product range from the grou ...|... e user. Felt has a whole series of positive features and is compatible to other materials. This makes felt one of the major universal problem solvers. Products made from ...|... the traditional natural product manufactured from high quality sheep wool. The fibre mixture made from the different wool types can be assembled and prepared to sui ...|... g from 3 to 15 mm and tubes from 3 to 50 mm. Needle-felt is made from synthetic fibres. Variety of synthetic fibres with diverse features is of benefit to needle-felt products. Depending on requirements, the fibres can be prepared from PES, PP, PA etc., or special mixtures. Needle-felt roll goods have thicknesses from 2.5 to 25.0 mm with widt ...|

 
   
 
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Abstrakt    Eco-friendly fashion is no longer about crunchy, scratchy clothing made from rough-hewn hemp fibres, says the organiser, Messe Frankfurt. Interstoff Asia Essential is considered to be a major trade fair with a special focus on eco-textiles. "Education and information will play a big part in the growing role of eco-textiles in the fashion industry," says the director of trade fairs at Messe Frankfurt, Katy Lam. Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles is organised by Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd; The Sub-Council of Textile Industry, CCPIT; and China Home Textile Association.
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|... fashion is no longer about crunchy, scratchy clothing made from rough-hewn hemp fibres, says the organiser, Messe Frankfurt. Today's garments that are made with organic materials such as soy, bamboo, corn and hemp-silk, and through environmentally-friendly p ...|... co-friendly fabrics or 'eco-textiles' not just as an alternative option for raw materials, but as their first choice for a consumer market that is embracing the trend to ...|... organic cotton, with some 52% of the company's garments containing some organic material, Messe Frankfurt says. Interstoff Asia Essential is considered to be a major trade fair with a special focus on eco-textiles. For easier buyer-orientation, fabrics that are made from natural and environmentally-friendly materials, or by an environmentally-sound process, are identified at Interstoff Asia with ...|... 0 companies showcased their eco-friendly fabrics at the show in Spring 2007.) A special display area highlighting eco-friendly fabrics under the banner "Eco-Textiles: ...|... end-savvy buyers are keen to find out about the manufacturing processes and raw materials, why they should be using eco-fab-rics, and why the costs are higher. Our speci ...|... brics with built-in functions presents a challenge: how do companies illustrate special properties that are invisible to the naked eye? Interstoff Asia Essential's "21 ...|... session of Interstoff Asia Essential in Spring 2007. MEDTEX The Centre for Materials Research and Innovation at the University of Bolton plans to hold the fourth in ...|... ce will discuss recent developments in healthcare and medical textiles covering materials, manufacture, performance, applications, standards and user experience. Topics scheduled for discussion include: Infection control and barrier materials, Woundcare materials, Healthcare and hygiene products, Bandaging and pressure garments, Medical devices, Implantable and novel materials, New technologies and industry standards. Over 200 delegates from 25 countrie ...|... onmental issues and eco-parameters, smart and intelligent garments, specialised fibers and high performance garments, and the latest trends in fashion. The conferen ...|... , soft as cotton and breathes exceptionally well. This event will feature two special design-orientated elements: the 2007 China International Home Textiles Design Competition, and a special zone called Designer's Studio. Designer's Studio is a zone dedicated to compa ...|... roducers of window and wall coverings are showing their new collections, with a special focus on the hospitality sector. For the first time there are no less than 10 e ...|... oject that emphasizes innovation in terms of technique, performance, use of new materials, intelligent materials and so on. In all, Decosit Brussels 2007 is hosting nearly 500 exhibitors in ...|... . The Decotec project aims at stimulating the use and development of innovative materials and techniques in interior decoration products. The focus here is primarily on textiles, but other materials are taken into account as well, offered by exhibitors and non-exhibitors. Compl ...|... ted, which will be especially innovative with regard to products and upholstery materials. The realisation of this project is based on a study with regard to comfort, wh ...|... concerns are becoming 'cool business', and the ecological aspects of homes, the materials and the production processes, are becoming increasingly important. In contras ...|... ast September Premiere Vision SA launched Expofil Deco, a workshop dedicated to fibres and yarns for the furnishing and decoration markets. Eleven companies took part ...|... ning the spectrum of the high quality offer with linen yarns, spun-dyed acrylic fibres for outdoor fabrics and an array of fancy yarns, all for specific markets. Th ...|... various directions, it is said. The most noticeable is the display of yarns and fibres representative of the offer of Expofil Deco's exhibitors within the Decosit Bru ...|... companies have also paid attention to fresher colour palettes and more durable materials. For parents seeking something extra-special for their children's comfort, there are seats made with top-quality suede or le ...|... ents. Some companies, however, are considering whether increasingly lightweight materials and more portable systems are in fact comfortable and ideal for the child. ...|... eflect this trend, with intricate embroidery and floral highlights. The popular materials are, in addition to traditional cotton, easy-care fabric blends including plush ...|... tensive. For girls, tops with lavish embroidery worked in Lurex and other shiny materials are the height of fashion. What's more, new outfits for girls are designed to a ...|... more cute, with the emphasis on soft colours, playful floral patterns, and soft materials. Texcare Asia Texcare Asia, the biennial international trade fair for moder ...|... Frankfurt, the organiser of Textile Days India. The Indian government is taking special initiatives such as setting up of integrated textile parks, textile clusters, special economic zones for textiles, apparel and other products and allow ...|... ons of technical textiles and scientific innovation, over the product groups of Fibres & yarns, woven fabrics, knitted fabrics, coated textiles, technology, machinery ...|... sories, etc. Already confirmed is the German event "High-tex from Germany", a special pavilion sponsored by the federal ministry of economics and technology, in coop ...|... ; Demand Enhancement, IFCP; Trace-ability in Cotton Production and Consumption, Special Regional Efforts to Protect Brands and Logos; Price Risk Management in Cotton; ...|... lected end-uses receiving increased focus within the exhibition itself." Bast fibre confab The Saskatchewan Flax Development Commission (SFDC) of Canada has been ...|... the world to discuss agronomy, processing and end uses of flax, hemp and other fibre plants. "We're excited to bring the world's top fibre experts to Saskatchewan," says Allen Kuhlmann, chairman of the Saskatchewan Fla ...|... t offers a chance to showcase Canada while sharing cutting-edge research on the fibre trade, processing methods, biotechnology, and new applications for fibre products." According to Dr. Ryszard Ko-zlowski, director of the Institute for Natural Fibres in Poznan, Poland, and one of the international collaborators on the conference, "the current and future potential for the natural fibre industries is significant-textiles alone represent the fourth-largest sector in ...|... ference is being coordinated by representatives across Canada with expertise in fibre, agriculture, research and industry development. Partnering with SFDC to host t ...|... atchewan and Alberta. Every 1-2 years, the International Institute of Natural Fibres in Poznan, in co- operation with the FAO European Co-operative Research Network for Flax and other Bast Fibres and the Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, co-sponsors an international fibre conference. The 2008 International Conference on Flax and other Bast Plants is aimed at bringing together scientists, producers, and industry experts from the fibre, textiles, agriculture, composite and niche product areas to discuss the latest ...|... and flax; nanotechnology applications; and "green buildings" made with natural fibres. The major themes are as follows: 1. Producing Quality Feedstocks ?Biotechn ...|... other research initiatives in hemp and flax ?Agronomics of producing natural fibres ?Retting methods and alternative strategies 2. Fibre Processing ?Primary and secondary processing (fibre extraction) ?Economics of fibre processing ? Testing, grading and blending methods ?Standards and characterization of natural fibres ?Modern and innovative secondary fibre processing techniques/technologies 3. Product Destinations ?Textiles and clothing production processes ?Nanotechnology applications for natural fibres ?World trade and marketing of fibres ?Effect of environmental regulations, price support mechanisms on fibre business globally ?Finance and the role of government in the development of the fibre business ?Overview of the global dynamics of "alternative " fibre crops, such as jute, ramie 4. Fibre Going Green ?Green textiles ?Nanotechnology applications for non-woven fibres ?Building with green fibre ?By-products utilisation Yarn Expo Yarn Expo Autumn will be held at Shangha ...|... hina Cotton Textile Association; China Wool Textile Association; China Chemical Fiber Association; China Bast & Leaf Fibers Textiles Association; and the China Textiles Information Centre. Since its be ...|... t will take place this year as an independent speciality show featuring natural fibres and yarns including cotton, wool, silk and linen/ ramie; regenerated and synthetic man-made fibres and yarns; specialty products; elastic, fancy and blended yarns; and computer-r ...|... the latest information in the textile coating and laminating industry covering fibres, fabrics, adhe-sives, films, polymers, coating and laminating techniques, marke ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Eco-textile expo set for October_0706.rtf
Abstrakt    Eco-friendly fashion is no longer about crunchy, scratchy clothing made from rough-hewn hemp fibres, says the organiser, Messe Frankfurt. Mainstream fashion labels and garment-makers the world over are turning their attention to eco-friendly fabrics or 'eco-textiles' not just as an alternative option for raw materials, but as their first choice for a consumer market that is embracing the trend towards eco-friendly fashion that minimises damage to the environment. Nike is one of the world's largest retail users of organic cotton, with some 52% of the company's garments containing some ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Textile Asia\(06-cerven)\Eco-textile expo set for October_0706.rtf

|... fashion is no longer about crunchy, scratchy clothing made from rough-hewn hemp fibres, says the organiser, Messe Frankfurt. Today's garments that are made with organic materials such as soy, bamboo, corn and hemp-silk, and through environmentally-friendly p ...|... co-friendly fabrics or 'eco-textiles' not just as an alternative option for raw materials, but as their first choice for a consumer market that is embracing the trend to ...|... organic cotton, with some 52% of the company's garments containing some organic material, Messe Frankfurt says. Interstoff Asia Essential is considered to be a major trade fair with a special focus on eco-textiles. For easier buyer-orientation, fabrics that are made from natural and environmentally-friendly materials, or by an environmentally-sound process, are identified at Interstoff Asia with ...|... 0 companies showcased their eco-friendly fabrics at the show in Spring 2007.) A special display area highlighting eco-friendly fabrics under the banner "Eco-Textiles: ...|... end-savvy buyers are keen to find out about the manufacturing processes and raw materials, why they should be using eco-fab-rics, and why the costs are higher. Our speci ...|... brics with built-in functions presents a challenge: how do companies illustrate special properties that are invisible to the naked eye? Interstoff Asia Essential's "21 ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    TT_Machinery for technical textiles_0704.rtf
Abstrakt    The main focus of this article is manufacturing of technical textiles as well as the use of technical textiles in textile machines e.g. as composite parts. Advantages compared to the conventional process are e.g. reduced spinning time, lower material circulation, more flexible and reduced batch changing times. Ply yarns The Alma TechnoCorder by Oerlikon Saurer, Kempten/Germany, a double thread twisting machine designed for twisting filament yarns with the yarn counts dtex 235-45,000 e.g. made of aramid, Dyneema or Kuralon. Another air jet texturing machine new to the market is the W2-T ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\4.q\TT_Machinery for technical textiles_0704.rtf

|... y. News to be mentioned in the field of technical yarns are as follow: Staple fiber yarns Oerlikon Schlafhorst presented its complete WinPro process, consisting ...|... d for the first time on ITMA. The process was designed for spinning long staple fibers with fiber length of 50-220 mm. 2 to 4 pre yarns within the yarn count range of dtex ...|... to 6 batches in the same time. Also it is possible to process all the technical fibers made of e.g. aramid, carbon, high modules polyester, cashmere or silk, as well ...|... ages compared to the conventional process are e.g. reduced spinning time, lower material circulation, more flexible and reduced batch changing times. Ply yarns The ...|... ive filaments (Fig. 2). Very fine yarns made from PA or PP containing elastic fibers can be produced on the false twist texturing machine DP3-FT Digicone preciflex. ...|... .g. in order to reduce the abrasion at loop forming elements and yarn guides, a special coating is used for needles and yarn carriers. Another trend is to replace meta ...|... tween both layers is 30 mm. The machine is laid out to process high performance fibers e.g. glass or carbon. Another innovation presented by Liba was the use of carbo ...|... e Copcentra MAX5 which was especially developed for processing of car- bon fibers. Beside the development of warp knitting machines, Liba presented a device for ...|... eloped for the processing of high tenacity yarns like aramid or other technical fibers. The new back bearer no longer contains the common roller with a central suspen ...|... tive surface with properties of the EasyLeno weave and at the same time reduced material usage. Therefore a special Jacquard device is used in front of the reed. This development makes the patterning more flexible. Another main point at the ITMA was the reduction of material usage. Therefore Dornier presented its waste reduction device Duo-Color (Fig. 4 ...|... ge is only half as wide as normal or not necessary, respectively. This leads to material saving at the selvedge of about 50 %. Especially for the processing of high per ...|... changes are done considering energy consumption as well as the decrease of material usage. Beside preservation of resources one side effect is, as well as the ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    TT_Bioresorbable textiles for medical applications_0704.rtf
Abstrakt    Bioresorbable textiles for medical applications Bioresorbable polymers are an interesting class of polymers which can be used for a wide range of applications. Stephanie Houis, Felixine Siegmund, Marijan Barlé, Thomas Gries Institut für Textiltechnik der RWTH Aachen (ITA), Aachen/Germany Advantages of textile implants Textile implants have different advantages compared to metal or for example silicone implants: In textiles, different biocompatible material combinations are possible, so that a controllable degradation can be set. Medical applications Applications of non-resorbabie polymers...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\4.q\TT_Bioresorbable textiles for medical applications_0704.rtf

|... r packaging or recycling applications, but also for medical implants and suture materials [1, 2]. Stephanie Houis, Felixine Siegmund, Marijan Barlé, Thomas Gries ...|... to metal or for example silicone implants: In textiles, different biocompatible material combinations are possible, so that a controllable degradation can be set. Furthermore the material is drapeable and has a high specific surface which can be modified and function ...|... nsional implants in one step gives the opportunity to adapt the implants to the special requests and to adapt the mechanical characteristics to the environment. The st ...|... (ITA) is working on the development of new applications of non- and resorbable materials for medical textiles with focus on textile implants. Therefore the whole textile process chain from the production and modification of the polymers to the fiber spinning and the manufacturing of implants in cooperation with partner institut ...|... r research and application), BioMat (clinical research) or for example BWA (bio-material). Spinning plants Since the market for biocompatible polymers is limited, special machinery for the processing of small quantities is required. The machinery at ...|... , Alfter-lm-pekoven/Germany) offers the possibility to process small amounts of material with a minimum insert of approx. 30 g. This is particularly an advantage for the processing of new materials or very expensive materials. The second plant, the bicomponent spinning plant (Fourné Polymertechnik), offers the advantage to combine two materials in one fiber. The different components form together one fiber but do not interfuse. Three different bicomponent types can be distinguished: c ...|... ide (S/S) and matrix/fibrils (M/F). By the combination of polymers, bicomponent fibers have many applications. For medical applications combinations of non- and resorbable polymers are used. Furthermore, these fibers offer the possibility to use them as drug release fibers for example as suture material or for implants. Medical applications Applications of non-resorbabie polyme ...|... ls with the spinning of particular synthesized polylactide acid copolymers. The fibers are processed to textile scaffolds (nonwoven and warp knitted structures) which ...|... ing substrate for cells to get an extracellular matrix scaffold from autologous material. For this, the textile scaffolds are seeded with cells. These cells build the extracellular matrix and the textile material dissolves afterwards. After killing the cells the extracelluar matrix can be at ...|... ally bioresorbable polymers, are an interesting alternative to conventional materials for medical applica tions. They can not only be adapted to the mechanical and physiological request but also allow the combination different polymer materials. Thanks to the available special ma chinery at the ITA new materials and mater ial combinations can be analyzed. ¦ Acknowledgment We acknowled ...|... F., Aibibu, D., Gries, T: Application of polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) as bio-material in medical textiles, Fibermed 06 Conference, Tampere/Finland, June 7-9, 2006 ...|... nce time simulation in bicomponent spinnerets for degradable polymers, Chemical Fibers International, 57 (2007) 184-186 [3] Planck, H., Dauner, M., Renardy, M.: ...|... oko, M.: Faserstoff-Tabellen nach P.-A. Koch: Polylactidfasem. 6. Ausgabe 2003, Fiber tables according to P.-A. Koch. Polylactide fibers table. 6th issue 2003, Chemical Fibers International 53 (2003) [7] Siegmund, F., Houis, S., Gries, T: Bioresorbab ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Techtextil 2007 Trends and innovations in technical warp-knitted textiles_0704.rtf
Abstrakt    Techtextil 2007 Trends and innovations in technical warp-knitted textiles Warp-knitted textiles have become firm favorites in the technical textiles sector for use as functional materials. The Techtextil 2007 trade fair showed a rich assortment of warp-knitted technical textiles for a wide range of different end-uses. Ulrike Schlenker Karl Mayer Textilmaschinenfabrik GmbH, Obertshausen/Germany Warp-knitted spacer textiles Air-conditioned mattresses made from spacer textiles The Institute for Textile and Clothing Technology (ITB) at the TU Dresden presented a multi-functional mattress. ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\4.q\Techtextil 2007 Trends and innovations in technical warp-knitted textiles_0704.rtf

|... ve become firm favorites in the technical textiles sector for use as functional materials. They are the object of many research pro-jects, are the focus of attention for ...|... e lower layer of the spacer textiles first of all and then rises through the 3D materials as a result of the thermal effect. As it circulates, the flow of air absorbs ...|... on and elimination of biological contaminants in drinking and service water A special textile system has been developed for purifying and reducing or preventing the ...|... Process Technology Denkendorf (ITV) has developed a textile thermal insulating material in conjunction with Solarenergie Stefanakis GmbH, Stadecken-Elsheim/Germany. T ...|... en [1]. This creates a lightweight, flexible, translucent and rupture-resistant material for use in solar thermal applications. The ITV showed an example of a whole hou ...|... t-protection system based on textiles as a component of car bonnets. One of the materials used in this system is a warp-knitted spacer textile, which was modified by the RWTH especially for this application. A glass fiber yarn was incorporated in a straight configuration in the crosswise and lengthwi ...|... he impact-protection system can only be used in combination with conventional materials in car bonnets. Draught-free air-conditioning in cars The Textile Research ...|... at the sides so that it was flow-tight, and the surface was then coated with a material having specific air-permeable characteristics. It can be used as a cladding for ...|... onditioning in cars. Finishing of spacer textiles Spacer textiles require a special expertise for finishing this type of fabric. Thorey Gera Textilveredlung GmbH, Gera/Germany, with span widths of up to 360 cm and a range of special finishes, Lindenfarb Textilveredlung Julius Probst GmbH ĺt Co. KG, Aalen-Unte ...|... leinostheim/ Germany, for brightly colored designs (Fig. 4). Nets Packaging materials Sacks made from warp-knitted nets are well-established packaging materials, especially for agricultural products and combine high strength with a good res ...|... Dvur Krälove nad Labem/Czech Republic, presented a wide range of net packaging materials for packing fruit, vegetables and firewood at Techtextil (Fig. 5). Outdoor ne ...|... to 26%; these are used mainly in agricultural and horticultural applications. A special product in this group is a net for covering greenhouses. Display nets Swiss ...|... range of high-quality warp-knitted fabrics from natural, synthetic and hightech fibers, and showed one of these largeformat textiles to great effect at Techtextil. ...|... Swarovski crystals. Also included in its range of products was a strong carrier material for membranes, warp-knitted stainless steel fabrics for transporting panes of g ...|... mperature environments, GFRC carriers for coatings, and backings for insulation materials. EMF net EMF protecx from Rökona Textilwerk GmbH, Tubingen/Germany, provide ...|... effective protection from electromagnetic pollution (Fig. 6). It is made from a special thin net and screens electromagnetic rays in a broad frequency spectrum in both ...|... uses in one product. To produce this type of textile, tubes made from different materials are incorporated into a flat warp-knitted fabric at a tube coverage rate of 60% ...|... e an indirect lighting effect in cars and is made up of a clever combination of materials. A lightweight, open, warp-knitted construction is used as the carrier for optical fibers, which are responsible for transmitting light, and the final Caliweb layer prod ...|... Light from a light source is injected into the face surface of the optical fibers and transmitted by re flection between the fiber core and sheath. The result: an illumination over its entire cir cumference. If the fibers are bent or grooved, light exits at the points of mechanical stress ing sli ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Schoeller Textil Outdoor Industry Award 2007 for ColdBlack_0704.rtf
Abstrakt    Anyone out and about in summer realizes just how quickly black clothing heats up when exposed to direct sunlight, as dark colors are well known for absorbing the energy in sunlight. Schoeller Textil AG, Sevelen/Switzerland presented the first textile innovations with Cold-Black at the Outdoor show in July 2007 in Friedrichshafen/Germany. These black dynamic, dryskin and prestige fabrics feature a surface which absorbs less heat, similar to the motorcycle fabrics previously introduced. This permits better heat man agement so that black clothing with Cold- Black finish stays "cool" for ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\4.q\Schoeller Textil Outdoor Industry Award 2007 for ColdBlack_0704.rtf

|... rder to alter the heat build-up of dark clothes, the surface of the new type of material is treated with ColdBlack, a special finishing technology. It influences reflection in the IR spectrum so that even ...|... clothing with Cold- Black finish stays "cool" for longer than a comparable material without ColdBlack. This even holds true when the heat exposure is reduced, ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Nexylene PPS staple fibers for various applications_0704.rtf
Abstrakt    J. Neumann-Rodekirch Nexis Faserwerke GmbH & Co. KG, Neumünster/Germany Due to outstanding properties of polyphenylenesulfide, PPS fibers are a valuable material for a large number of technical as well as textile applications. vents, acids and bases, thermal resistance up to 200 °C, flame-retardant behavior with LOI 40 etc.), the presentation showed some examples of preferred applications (e.g. filtration, composite materials, protective clothing etc.). Finally, different types of Nexylene staple fibers with their tailor-made properties for different customers demands were introduced: high...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\4.q\Nexylene PPS staple fibers for various applications_0704.rtf

Nexylene PPS staple fibers for various applications J. Neumann-Rodekirch Nexis Faserwerke GmbH & Co ...|... Neumünster/Germany Due to outstanding properties of polyphenylenesulfide, PPS fibers are a valuable material for a large number of technical as well as textile applications. Starting from polymer chemical properties of PPS fibers (particularly stability against hydrolysis, most of organic sol- vents, ac ...|... tion showed some examples of preferred applications (e.g. filtration, composite materials, protective clothing etc.). Finally, different types of Nexylene staple fibers with their tailor-made properties for different customers demands were introduced: high tenacity staple fiber for yarn spinning, staple fiber for nonwovens with an op- timized carding behavior, zero-shrinkage fiber for special nonwoven applications, amor phous fiber with sticky properties and high shrinkage for binding fiber application as well as short-cut fibers of different counts and cut lenghts for composites. ¦ Abstract of a lecture held at the 46th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress, Dombirn/Austria on September 19-21, 2007

 
   
 
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Nadpis    New halogen and antimony free flame-retardants for textile applications_0704.rtf
Abstrakt    A. Ritter EMPA Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research, St. Gallen/Switzerland The goal of this work was the synthesis of new halogen and antimony free flame-retardants for textile applications followed by the technical transfer into textile industry. Swiss regulations often cannot be maintained e.g. for light cotton textiles. Also fire technical regulations for synthetic fibers like polyester and polyamide e.g. for upholstery fabrics, cannot be achieved adequately. The depend ence of the fire retardant properties from the elemental content, elemental composition ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\4.q\New halogen and antimony free flame-retardants for textile applications_0704.rtf

|... s for textile applications A. Ritter EMPA Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research, St. Gallen/Switzerland The goal of this work was the sy ...|... d e.g. for light cotton textiles. Also fire technical regulations for synthetic fibers like polyester and polyamide e.g. for upholstery fabrics, cannot be achieved ad ...|... c curately optimized. By the combination of chemistry and plasma techniques special ef fects can be achieved and combined with other textile properties. The op ...|... further developed. ¦ Abstracts of lectures held at the 46th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress, Dornbirn/Austria on September 19-21, 2007

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Takeover of SeaCell lyocell fiber plant_0703.rtf
Abstrakt    As of July 1, 2007, smartfiber AG, Rudol-stadt/Germany, founded in 2005, has taken over the production plant of SeaCell AG, RudolstadfGermany (capacity 500 tons/ year). With the start of production in July 2007, an already existent order backlog of over 150 tons of smartcel lyocell fibers. Added to this, smartfiber AG has already received requests for the innovative lyocell fiber for a volume far beyond 150 tons, which makes unique functions possible by the addition of organic or inorganic additives. New specialty fiber program Over 500 tons of smartcel fibers will be produced in ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\3.q\Takeover of SeaCell lyocell fiber plant_0703.rtf

Industry News smartfiber Takeover of SeaCell lyocell fiber plant As of July 1, 2007, smartfiber AG, Rudol-stadt/Germany, founded in 2 ...|... ly 2007, an already existent order backlog of over 150 tons of smartcel lyocell fibers. Added to this, smartfiber AG has already received requests for the innovative lyocell fiber for a volume far beyond 150 tons, which makes unique functions possible by the ...|... e for Textile and Plastics Research (TITK), Rudolstadt/Germany. New specialty fiber program Over 500 tons of smartcel fibers will be produced in Rudolstadt in future. At the center of activities will be the production of the PCM (Phase Change Material) fiber smartcel clima, which is temperature and moisture regulating with direct incorporated paraffine (not microcapsules). The processed fiber have a storage volume of up to 63 joules/g, and are produced in titers of 1.7-6.7 dtex. There are also other smartcel functional fibers. In smartcel bioactive, though the integration of finely ground ion exchangers, large amounts of silver can be bound into the functional fiber and so make the fibers bioactive. The high loading capacity and the consistent dosage makes for a unique efficacy, smartcel ceramic has a special piezo-elec-tric effect in products and smartcel energy, with its heat conductiv ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Requirements trends and new effects in finishing automotive textiles_0703..rtf
Abstrakt    Material-related requirements • UV resistance • Abrasion resistance • High wear fastnesses such as light, rub and perspiration fastness • Low weight • Cost effectiveness • Neutral odor • Low soiling • Easy cleaning. Good fogging behavior/low emission • Stable color fastnesses • Durable wear resistance • Advantageous care behavior • Positive burning behavior • No electrostatic charge. The combination Ruco-Guard AFT (high dry soil repellency) and Ruco-Guard AFU (excellent abrasion resistance) results in top values regarding the water and oil repellency without increasing the dry soiling and...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\3.q\Requirements trends and new effects in finishing automotive textiles_0703..rtf

|... ding wear resistance, care behavior and security aspects. Particularly interior materials must be highly resistant to abrasion, with good pilling performance and easy-ca ...|... tions of the automobile manufacturers lay down standard require- ments for materials to which special, article-related demands are added. Material-related requirements • UV resistance • Abrasion resistance • High wear fa ...|... erage of the acid dyestuff type e.g. Kool-Aid, that are absorbed by the material like dyestuffs. The combination Ruco-Guard AFT (high dry soil repellency) and ...|... iling and without reducing the repellency of refreshments of the type Kool-Aid. Material: 100% PET woven fabric 0.5 ml/l acetic acid 60% 10 g/l Rucowet FN 60 g/l Ruco-G ...|... e market in connection with the introduction of hydrophilic multi-channel fibers for the use in automobiles. The aim is a stain repellent finish without affecti ...|... excellent repellency of oily and aqueous soil with optimized soil removability. Material: 100% PET woven fabric 0.5 ml/l acetic acid, 60% 10 g/l Rucowet FN 20 g/l Ruco- ...|... shes, have also another disadvantage: The stiffening, particularly of synthetic fiber material, hinders its quick escape from the fire zone by melting. Ruco-Guard UCS, a special fluorocarbon resin combines the request of repellency and flame resistance. It ...|... refore primarily suitable for Trevira CS and other modified flame-retardant PET fibers. When using Ruco-Guard UCS it is not necessary to add a flame retardant agent t ...|... the melting from the fire zone, i.e. the escape mechanism of the thermoplastic fibers. With the hydrophilizing agent Feran ICE the anti-static effect is improve ...|... l accepted by the automotive industry without reducing the repellency too much. Material: 100% PET woven material 0.5 ml/l acetic acid 60% 5 g/l Rucowet FN 50 g/l Ruco-Guard UCS 10 g/l Ruco-Gua ...|... e of Velcro strip fasteners on garments, shoes, bags etc. bears the danger of a special wear of the cover fabric because the monofilaments of the Velcro strip get easi ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Self-cleaning technical textiles_0702.rtf
Abstrakt    To create a self-cleaning textile surface, BASF has developed a finishing process based on nanotechnology. In combination with special fluorocarbon-based auxiliaries, Mincor TX TT produces a highly structured layer on which water, oil and particulate dirt pearl off or are washed off by rain (Fig. 1). Ralf Norenberg, Wolfram Badura, Sylvia von Krog BASF AG Ludwigshafen/Germany Prof. Wilhelm Barthlott showed that plant leaves have a combination of micro- and nanostructured surface that prevent the adhesion of dirt, fungus spores and water. Mincor TX TT is a finishing agent that produces a ...
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|... has developed a finishing process based on nanotechnology. In combination with special fluorocarbon-based auxiliaries, Mincor TX TT produces a highly structured layer ...|... ties can be adjusted and optimized for the application concerned by adding special products based on fluorocarbons. Textiles made from manmade fibers in particular are finished by this process on a padder or kiss roll. Subsequent ...|... ant alteration of the fabric is apparent even under the microscope. Most of the fibers are not stuck together, but separate as they were in the original fabric (Fig. ...|... ured finish on an even carpet surface. Since the texture hardly varies over the fibers and the interstices between them, it does not provide a refuge for potential de ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Pro-Belting High visible colors even on_0702.rtf
Abstrakt    Pro-Belting High visible colors even on aramide At the Techtextil, Pro-Belting Int. GmbH & Co. KG, Schauenstein/Germany, a producerof woven and knitted fabrics for heat-protection, military, rescue-services, hospitals, industry and others, will present a new development: highly visible colors (highly visible-yellow, -orange, -red) according EN 471, EN 531 and EN 1149-1/3 on m-aramide/p-aramide/carbon 93/5/2 % and modacrylic/ cotton/carbon 54/44/2 %. Furthermore, the company offers a large collection of woven and knitted fabrics (using aramids, modacrylic, polypropylene, polyester, ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\2.q\Pro-Belting High visible colors even on_0702.rtf

|... brics (using aramids, modacrylic, polypropylene, polyester, viscose FR, natural fibers and others or blends of fibers respectively) - even with special coatings - and developments according to individual and special requirements of customers are offered.

 
   
 
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Nadpis    CHT R. Beitlich Nanotechnological sol-gel process for textiles and coating of protective clothing_0702.rtf
Abstrakt    The transfer of the sol-gel process on the textile demands of the sol-gel chemist to clearly change his way of thinking. iSys MTX by CHT R. Beitlich GmbH, Tubingen/Germany, is the first product adapted specifically for textile industry based on the sol-gel process. Gel and a hybrid structure is formed on the textile containing molecular organic and inorganic clusters, which are interlinked by chemical bonds. iSys MTX can permanently link iSys AG, the component containing silver with a high antibacterial effect.
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\2.q\CHT R. Beitlich Nanotechnological sol-gel process for textiles and coating of protective clothing_0702.rtf

|... ioned. iSys MTX forms a very thin, dense but sufficiently elastic film on the fiber. Using iSys MTX as a sol-gel binder the washing durability of the antibacterial ...|... processing fields: Protection against liquid or igneous metals is a very special challenge for protective clothes. For this application field, coating solutions ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    ContiTech Benecke-Koliko New materials for protective clothing_0702.rtf
Abstrakt    ContiTech Elastomer Coatings GmbH, Northeim/Germany, will put special focus on various materials for protective clothing. The company will present new materials for personal protective equipment featuring highly resistant, media-impermeable barrier layers for optimum protection against chemicals and gases. It is now possible for the first time to combine these newly enhanced product features with extremely thin, flexible and haptically pleasant composite materials from ContiTech. Designed for leisure, work, athletic and outdoor shoes, the sturdy CeraPrene material features, as always, ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\2.q\ContiTech Benecke-Koliko New materials for protective clothing_0702.rtf

ContiTech/Benecke-Kaliko New materials for protective clothing ContiTech Elastomer Coatings GmbH, Northeim/Germany, will put special focus on various materials for protective clothing. The company will present new materials for personal protective equipment featuring highly resistant, media-impermeable barrier layers for optimum protection against chemicals and gases. What is special about the "ContiBarrierSystem" is its very good combination of elastomeric composite materials and an embedded ultra-thin layer of polymer. The barrier system gives the material increased impermeability to virtually all gaseous, fluid and solid media. Even ...|... yes and aggressive chemicals, plus an excellent tear resistance, means that the materials are capable of ensuring best possible safety for the wearer. It is now possible ...|... roduct features with extremely thin, flexible and haptically pleasant composite materials from ContiTech. The ContiBarrierSystem is designed primarily for uses in personal protective equipment and diaphragm materials. ContiTech Elastomer Coatings is a leading supplier of pro- tective clothing materials for civil and military applications. Innovations are also being shown by the ...|... any. With a 10-year track record of success, CeraPrene, an ultra-wear-resistant material for shoe uppers, is now available in 3 other versions. Designed for leisure, work, athletic and outdoor shoes, the sturdy CeraPrene material features, as always, maximum flexibility, even at very low temperatures, and is ...|... no harmful substances like chromium, cadmium or triphenyltin. Building on this material, three other versions were developed: CeraPrene UHAR, Scent and KF. CeraPrene UHAR consists of an extremely wear-resistant composite material with a high-performance NBR rubber coating. This makes it ideal for heavy-duty ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Cittadini New composite and antistatic twine and net fabric_0702.rtf
Abstrakt    Cittadini New composite and antistatic twine and net fabric At the Techtextil the Cittadini Spa, Paderno/ Italy, will present its range of composite twine, produced with different raw materials (Nomex, Dyneema, polyamide and high tenacity polyester filament yarns, other aramidic yarns, polyester flame-retardant yarns), to create a final twine that will give the best performance as tenacity, elongation, abrasion resistance or fire protection, based on the customers needs. A special treatment line permits also to protect the twine with a chemical component that will improve the researched ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\2.q\Cittadini New composite and antistatic twine and net fabric_0702.rtf

|... / Italy, will present its range of composite twine, produced with different raw materials (Nomex, Dyneema, polyamide and high tenacity polyester filament yarns, other ar ...|... process of this new composite twine is constantly cheeked and under control. A special treatment line permits also to protect the twine with a chemical component that ...|... e the "twine of the future". The fabric division is producing a net fabric with special breaking resistance and fire resistance. In fact, in cooperation with some part ...|... y protection. The company is able to produce a net with all the most advanced fibers, and also the spaced fabric, for the automotive industry.

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Alpe Adria Textil Products for geotechnical and technical industrial applications_0702.rtf
Abstrakt    The Italian company Alpe Adria Textil S.r.l., Percoto, is specialized in manufacturing textile solutions, for geotechnical and industrial applications. Products are materials with high performances realized with warp knitting technology with weft insertion DOS (Di-rectionally Oriented Structures), textiles with uniaxial or biaxial structure manufactured using high tenacity and high module yarns and special fibers such as polyester, polypropylene, polyamide, glass fiber, aramid fiber, LCP and other composites with particular characteristics and resistances, according to specific customer ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Technical Textiles\2.q\Alpe Adria Textil Products for geotechnical and technical industrial applications_0702.rtf

|... g textile solutions, for geotechnical and industrial applications. Products are materials with high performances realized with warp knitting technology with weft inserti ...|... or biaxial structure manufactured using high tenacity and high module yarns and special fibers such as polyester, polypropylene, polyamide, glass fiber, aramid fiber, LCP and other composites with particular characteristics and resistances, acco ...|... g propagation. For technical industrial applications Alpe Adria Textil supplies materials suitable for several uses, such as: bearing textile for coating and for conveye ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Nanotechnology enables high-performance composites_0630.rtf
Abstrakt    Nanoledge has always been involved with carbon nanotubes, which have two major advantages compared to other types of nanofillers. NAN0 IN™: carbon nanotube integration technology For the past five years, Nanoledge has been developing a method for incorporating carbon nanotubes into polymer materials and transferring the tubes' intrinsic properties to the matrix. Raw carbon nanotubes are not compatible with standard materials, and interactions among nanotubes lead to agglomeration. Carbon-fibre composite material Tensile test The tensile tests revealed no improvement in the composite's ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\JEC Composites Magazine\Nanotechnology enables high-performance composites_0630.rtf

|... mance composites Although nanomaterials are arousing a lot of interest in the materials field, it is taking a long time for commercially practical applications to appear, and the use of such materials is not yet widespread. Still, the intrinsic properties of nanofillers do seem to hold the promise of materials with a wider range of utilisation. Nanoledge has always been involved w ...|... Nanoledge is focusing on the market for high-performance thermoset composite materials designed for the sports & leisure, aeronautics, automotive and electronics indu ...|... de there is a growing demand for high-performance products, such as lightweight materials, easier design, part flexibility, impact resistance, multifunctional materials, and others. However, for several applications, conventional microscopic filler ...|... rovide multifunctionality and improve significantly the performance of the host material, even if used in extremely small quantities. By adding carbon nanotubes to epox ...|... he region of 150 GPa. These properties are higher than those of existing carbon fibres, making the molecule in question suitable for reinforcement applications. These ...|... roperties: a resistivity of around 104 Ů.cm, far superior to that of any carbon fibre and close to that of metals; the capability to withstand high current densities ...|... ge has been developing a method for incorporating carbon nanotubes into polymer materials and transferring the tubes' intrinsic properties to the matrix. Raw carbon nanotubes are not compatible with standard materials, and interactions among nanotubes lead to agglomeration. In consequence, the performance of a mixture with nothing but raw nanotubes and polymer material is not higher than that for polymer without fillers. The purpose of NANO IN™ technology is to produce high-performance, multifunctional materials based on carbon nanotubes. There are four main steps in this type of integratio ...|... ically functionalise or to transfer their most interesting properties to a host material, carbon nanotubes have to be well dispersed within the latter; i.e. agglomerate ...|... e obtained by i) mechanically reducing the agglomerate size and ii) addition of special dispersing agents preventing the nanotubes from re-agglomerate. Integration ...|... ion chain is the incorporation of compatibilised carbon nanotubes into the host material. A successful integration process requires a thorough choice of the compatibilised nanotube material, an excellent expertise in mixing techniques, and a good understanding of material chemistry (Figure 2). The result of these four key steps is a resin containin ...|... he full range of potential benefits, we had two different configurations of the materials (raw NANO IN™ RES and NANO IN™ RES used in a carbon-fibre composite material) tested under the aegis of an independent laboratory. To ensure justifiable res ...|... ; ISO 179). Both the base resins for our formulations and the carbon fibres used in the unidirectional composites were commercially available ones. Raw r ...|... le, bending and Izod impact tests to check the quality of dispersion within the material and validate the advantages of carbon nanotubes for epoxy resins. The presence ...|... n the uncertainty range, making it impossible to draw any conclusions. Carbon-fibre composite material Tensile test The tensile tests revealed no improvement in the composite's p ...|... provement could be observed in flexural strength, measured perpendicular to the fibre coil axis in the three-point bending strength in the transverse direction (see ...|... ed, as shown in Figure 5. Izod impact test In these tests, the composite materials showed the same type of improvements as the raw resin. Compression test This test was carried out on carbon-fibre NANO IN™ RES composites in compliance with the ISO 14126 standard. The ...|... ssion strength were more than 20% higher than those possible in the same carbon-fibre composites without nanotubes (Figure 6). Discussion Incorporating nanotubes ...|... in resin properties, both for the raw resin and when it was used in a composite material. The benefits in terms of impact resistance suggest that the carbon nanotubes a ...|... ubes. One much debated explanation is that the nanotubes are active at the fibre/matrix interface layer. Conclusion The present study shows that composites ...|... nology exhibit up to 150% more impact resistance. When incorporated into carbon-fibre composites, the nanotubes increase the transverse bending strength (50%) and th ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Socks Provide Silver Lining for Military_0706.rtf
Abstrakt    While U.S. troops heroically defend the country during time of war, they are also flexing their buying power as well, according to those involved with military sock sales. Thanks to socks with antimicrobial properties, they can wear their socks a number of times without having to worry about foot odor or microbes growing. The latter offering, Fox River's "Wick Dry Maximum" sock, capitalizes on the growing popularity of silver as an antimicrobe. Mr. Anderson said the recently unveiled military socks that incorporate AlphaSan replace earlier Fox River socks that had long utilized a ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\International Fiber Journal\(06)\Socks Provide Silver Lining for Military_0706.rtf

|... d last year, incorporate silver embedded polypropylene along with micro acrylic material wicking moisture away from the skin. The MSRP for the specialty pair is $12.49 ...|... had long utilized a different silver coated technology, "X-Static," from Noble Materials (Scranton, Pa.) and also offered thermal management properties. (X-Static conti ...|... because of their small size, the nanomaterials can be integrated directly into fibers to maximize the benefits of the antimicrobial technology by creating the most e ...|... nse Supply Center Philadelphia, a $7.1 million contract was awarded in April to Special T Hosiery Mills, Inc., also of Burlington, N.C., for the production of boot soc ...|... ary apparel haven't kept pace with all the technological advancements made with fibers and fabrics during the past several years. "The military finally launched a whole new program recently to begin replacing it with modern materials," Dr. Hayes said. "We've been actively supporting about 15 vendors who are maki ...|... claims its additives, since they are nano-based and integrate directly into the fibers, do not alter any of the textile's existing properties such as flame retardancy The need by the military to evaluate new materials was driven home last year, when Marine Corp commanders in Iraq prohibited soldi ...|... . When exposed to extreme heat and flames, clothing containing some synthetic materials, like polyester and nylon, can melt and fuse to the skin, leading to disfigurin ...|... ntion was drawn to the fact that we weren't really giving our troops modern materials. All of a sud den the spotlight is on, and a new pro curement process is up ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Record Attendance at Dornbirn Fiber Forum _0706.rtf
Abstrakt    The congress for the European and North American fiber industry featured new developments in fibers, new functionalities through spin finishes and surface modifications, fibers and textiles in transportation, textile floorcoverings, protective textiles, EU/US fiber-driven research projects and funding, and the impact of ITMA on fiber technologies. DEVELOPMENTS IN FIBERS The Dornbirn conference included sessions on new developments in fibers, new functionalities through spin finishes and surface medications, fibers and textiles in transportation, textile floorcoverings and protective ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\International Fiber Journal\(06)\Record Attendance at Dornbirn Fiber Forum _0706.rtf

Record Attendance at Dornbirn Fiber Forum BY GEOFF FISHER, EUROPEAN EDITOR Despite overlapping with the last tw ...|... ith the Expofil/Premiere Vision and Texworld events in Paris, the 46th Man-Made Fibers Congress, in Dornbirn, Austria, in September, attracted a record 700 delegates ...|... tween research and industry. The congress for the European and North American fiber industry featured new developments in fibers, new functionalities through spin finishes and surface modifications, fibers and textiles in transportation, textile floorcoverings, protective textiles, EU/US fiber-driven research projects and funding, and the impact of ITMA on fiber technologies. Opening the event, Thomas Fahnemann, chief executive officer of cellulosic fiber producer Lenzing and president of CIRFS, the European man-made fibers association, outlined five mega-trends that will impact the long-term development of the fiber industry. These are: population growth and growing prosperity; a new set of energy and raw material problems; "ecologization" of products; product specialization and differentiati ...|... phasized that the industry's products will have to become more specialized, the special features of its products will have to be more precisely defined, and that these ...|... Fahnemann. Also during the opening ceremony, the Paul Schlack Prize Man-Made Fibers 2007 was awarded to Stephanie Houis of the Institut fur Textiltechnik der RWTH ...|... , Germany, for her work on the production and characterization of bicomponent fibers with core/sheath configuration using polyphenylene sulfide and polyethylene ...|... r general of CIRFS, pointed out that Europe is still the second largest manmade fiber producer behind China. It is also the location for the world's largest viscose and acrylic plants, for example, and is a global leader in aramid fiber. Europe has met global challenges by: offering the highest standards of effic ...|... room for dedicated and efficient specialist producers," he said. With global fiber production growing at 2.4% a year, high crude oil prices have reduced synthetic fibers' price competitiveness with cotton, explained Barry Davies, director - fibers, CMAI Europe. But while polyamide has stagnated, polyester has continued to surge ahead in a global market where per capita fiber consumption is growing strongly, especially in China. With planned capacity expansions slowing down from 2009, the huge Chinese surplus in polyester fiber is gradually disappearing. As a result, the polyester staple filament sup ...|... pacity growth is negligible and utilization rates remain low. DEVELOPMENTS IN FIBERS The Dornbirn conference included sessions on new developments in fibers, new functionalities through spin finishes and surface medications, fibers and textiles in transportation, textile floorcoverings and protective textiles. The sessions on new fibers were the backbone of this year's congress. Jan Dortmans, director, research & technology, Diolen Industrial Fibers, the Netherlands, pointed out that the polyester industrial yarn market is grow ...|... e cord, principally through the replacement of nylon and rayon as reinforcement materials and new markets. He said that to remain leading players, industrial yarn prod ...|... s Neumann-Rodekirch of Nexis Faserwerke, Germany, described Nexylene PPS staple fibers for various applications, including high-tenacity staple fiber for yarn spinning, staple fiber for nonwovens with an optimized carding behavior, zero-shrinkage fiber for special nonwoven applications, amorphous fiber with sticky properties and high shrinkage for binding fiber applications, as well as short-cut fibers of different counts and cut lengths for composites. In recent years, extensiv ...|... , FMVSS 302 or BS 5852 (Crib 5). ACRYLIC SPECIALTY Robert Gregan of Kelheim Fibres, Germany, introduced Dolan nano, an acrylic specialty fiber with enhanced properties. This is said to combine the advantages of spun-dyed Dolan fiber with permanent dirt, water and oil repellent functions. These properties are achieved through the use of special additives. According to Mr. Gregan, Dolan nano surpasses the performance and ...|... nd cleaning, as well as good dirt repellency. The additive is injected into the fiber during the fiber manufacturing process, which ensures it becomes permanently embedded in the fiber and so delivers enduring effectiveness. The main advantage of Dolan nano is that the properties of the fiber remain permanent - even after intense mechanical wear and multiple washes. Endu ...|... stries, India, revealed the development of a new heavy metalfree viscose staple fiber using an ecofriendly process in which zinc is replaced by a non-toxic substance. Felix Reifler of EMPA, the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research, Switzerland, presented work on a PET-based fiber with photocatalytic activity for the degradation of malodor in air. The photocatalytic particles are incorporated directly into the fiber using a melt-spinning process. QUESTION TIME For the man-made fiber industry, the Dornbirn fiber event is perhaps a more stimulating forum than any textile machinery exhibition ...|... Russia, according to congress organizer Heinz Kmonicek of the Austrian Man-Made Fibers Institute. The 47th Man-Made Fibers Congress will again be held in Dornbirn, Austria, from September 17 - 19, 2008. The themes will include: new developments in fibers/recycling, sportswear/elastic and bioactive, safe- ty/flammability, technic ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    New Medical Textile Market Loaded With New Opportunities_0703.rtf
Abstrakt    A brief review of advanced design nonwoven medical textiles follows. GRAFTS AND MESH Among the most advanced medical textiles are implantable products such as vascular grafts - a mesh for hernia repairs. NONWOVEN INNOVATION Improvements in production technology, fiber chemistry, and product design are providing platforms for the successful introduction of non-woven-based products into areas that have remained the domain of commodity and specialty knitted and woven fabrics. ADVANCED WOUND CARE What separates "advanced wound care" from the previous discussion is the level of activity ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\International Fiber Journal\(03)\New Medical Textile Market Loaded With New Opportunities_0703.rtf

|... demand for medical textiles and on the design of the products to respond to the special needs of that population segment. Fabric based constructs are used in a long ...|... d analyze chemical and biological weapons on the battlefield, to electro-active fibers, which expand and contract in response to selected stimuli. While the biomedica ...|... million in 2008. NONWOVEN INNOVATION Improvements in production technology, fiber chemistry, and product design are providing platforms for the successful introd ...|... perineal dermatitis (diaper rash), these disposable washcloths are soaked in a special cleaning formula which cleanses, moisturizes, deodorizes, and then coats the sk ...|... essings. Cupron Inc. has been successful in loading copper oxide onto polymeric fibers such as polyesters, polyolefins, polyurethanes, and polyamides. Argentum Medica ...|... ran Matrix ulcer dressings marketed by J&J Medical, a composite matrix of rayon fibers and collagen with a loading of tissue growth factors. Another area of fabric ...|... advanced wound healing, is the creation of tissue "scaffolds" - 3-dimen-sional fibrous structures, which provide a surface for the attachment of biological cells duri ...|... nd include innovative product designs that are derived from the type of textile materials utilized. One example is disposable bathing wipes, an incontinence-related pr ...|... pitals are losing money or just breaking even in the area of patient care. With materials purchase and management as the second largest budget item (after labor), materials costs present a huge opportunity for hospitals to control and reduce their operating budgets. Therefore, regardless of the technical "fit" of a new material for a given product design, the impact on the sales cost and profit margin must ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Sorona polymers for yarns_0706.rtf
Abstrakt    Designed to offer fiber solutions for active wear, intimate apparel and swimwear the 3GT fiber of Advansa, Hoofddorp/Nether-lands, - a special polyester polymer variant with a unique, semi-crystalline molecular structure featuring a pronounced 'kink' - is being combined with DuPont Sorona. Both flat and textured Advansa 3GT yarns bring exceptional new level of softness to any fabric. Stress-strain tests demonstrate that flat yarns made with Sorona are softer than nylon at the same titer, because less effort is required to bend the fibers. For textured yarns, fibers made with Sorona offer...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\06\Sorona polymers for yarns_0706.rtf

Industry News Advansa Sorona polymers for yarns Designed to offer fiber solutions for active wear, intimate apparel and swimwear the 3GT fiber of Advansa, Hoofddorp/Nether-lands, - a special polyester polymer variant with a unique, semi-crystalline molecular structure f ...|... n DuPont Sorona is 1,3 propanediol (PDO), part of a new generation of bio-based materials, which can be produced using ingredients from renewable resources, such as corn ...|... ofter than nylon at the same titer, because less effort is required to bend the fibers. Fully drawn flat yarn made with Sorona re- covers 100% from an approx. 120% strain. Even at higher strain levels, fibers made with Sorona recover completely, returning to their initial form. For textured yarns, fibers made with Sorona offer up to 145% stretch with 100% recovery. Sorona enables te ...|... than nylon, using the same amount of filaments. Using standard available dyes, fibers made with Sorona can be dyed at lower temperatures than polyester, without requ ...|... carriers. The Sorona polymer molecule enables the crystalline structure of the fiber to begin accepting the dye pigment at approximately 85 °C. Full depth of color ...|... hieved at boiling point, with outstanding wash fastness. For easy care fabrics, fibers made with Sorona are heat settable. Heat setting does not diminish the stretch ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    2008 World Directory of Manufactured Fiber Producers.rtf
Abstrakt    2008 World Directory of Manufactured Fiber Producers The new edition is completely revised based on the annual World Survey of manufactured fiber production, capacity, and producers (published in the June 2007 issue of the Fiber Organon) and on reports from the extensive network of trade contacts of FEB, as established over the last 3 decades. The 2008 edition of the World Directory lists over 1,500 company names and contact details, including website and email addresses, in 70 countries. For ease of use, generic products are cross-indexed by producer and country. The directory includes ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\06\2008 World Directory of Manufactured Fiber Producers.rtf

New books for the chemical fiber industry 2008 World Directory of Manufactured Fiber Producers Publisher: Fiber Economics Bureau, Inc., Arlington, VA/USA, www.afma.org 15th edition 2007, 190 ...|... edition is completely revised based on the annual World Survey of manufactured fiber production, capacity, and producers (published in the June 2007 issue of the Fiber Organon) and on reports from the extensive network of trade contacts of FEB, as ...|... cess to industry contacts worldwide. A key feature of the 2008 edition is the Fiber Cross Index, an essential tool that provides an easy way to cross-reference generic fiber types by country and manufacturer. The directory includes a special section of producer affiliations with their percentage of capital ownership con ...|... -indexed by manufacturer and country. Also included is a chart on the number of fiber plants by country by generic fiber type. 308 Chemical Fibers International 6/2007

 
   
 
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Nadpis    PVA fibers_0705.rtf
Abstrakt    Kuraray Europe GmbH, Frankfurt/Germany will demonstrate high tenacity, low elongation, hydrophilic properties, weather resistance, and alkali resistance of Kuralon PVA (polyvinyl alcohol) fibers used in a broad spectrum of industrial applications. Kuralon is used as a cement and concrete reinforcing agent in place of asbestos, in alkaline battery separators, as a reinforcing agent in rubber, and to make rope and fishing nets. Kuralon K-ll is a new type of synthetic fiber based on a new wet cooled-gel spinning process developed by Kuraray. the strength, low elongation, and alkali ...
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K 2007 Preview Kuraray PVA fibers Kuraray Europe GmbH, Frankfurt/Germany will demonstrate high tenacity, low ...|... s, weather resistance, and alkali resistance of Kuralon PVA (polyvinyl alcohol) fibers used in a broad spectrum of industrial applications. Kuralon is used as a cemen ...|... ber, and to make rope and fishing nets. Kuralon K-ll is a new type of synthetic fiber based on a new wet cooled-gel spinning process developed by Kuraray. Made from ...|... has the strength, low elongation, and alkali resistance, and is used as a special cement reinforcing agent, as a reinforcing material in the spinning of natural fibers, and in water soluble nonwovens. Mowiol, Kuraray Poval, Exceval and Mowi-flex ...|... pacity. They are used in standard formulations with pigments, dyes, fillers and fibers and will be shown in Düsseldorf. Furthermore the Vectran polyarcylate fiber with high strength, low moisture absorption, and very good abrasion resistance ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Physical properties of acrylonitrile based casein fibers_0705.rtf
Abstrakt    In this paper, the physical properties of the milk protein fiber were studied in details and some of the properties were compared with other fibers like wool and soybean composition fibers. Wang Ni, Fang Fang, Ruan Chaoming, Yu Jianyong Donghua University, Shanghai/PR China Casein is the main constitute of milk and has wide applications in food, textile, paper, leather etc. Experimental Materials AN based casein fibers with the specification 1.5 dtex x 38 mm, provided by Shanghai Zhengjia Milk Fiber Sic & Tech Co. Ltd., Shanghai/PR China. Friction coefficient The frictional coefficients ...
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Fibers Physical properties of acrylonitrile based casein fibers In this paper, the physical properties of the milk protein fiber were studied in details and some of the properties were compared with other fibers like wool and soybean composition fibers. The results show that both the kinetic and static friction coefficient were larger than that of the soybean composition fibers and the little difference between the two coefficients meant subtle handle of t ...|... ilk and has wide applications in food, textile, paper, leather etc. Though this material has many good properties, it also has some drawbacks. For example, as a finish for leather, the casein film is brittle and hydrophilic [1]. As a raw material in textile for fibers, the mechanical properties and dimensional stability of the pure casein fibers were too poor to be used in practice. In order to solve those problems, graft ...|... and vinyl alcohol monomers were the most commonly used. The most famous chinon fibers produced by Toyobo in Japan are made by Acrylonitrile based grafted casein and the properties of this fiber has been reviewed by morinaoto saichi [2]. Besides that, there have been a lot ...|... l [3]. In China, there are several factories able to produce the casein-grafted fiber successfully and those fibers are often called milk protein fibers. In this paper, the physical properties were studied in details for the benefit of the fiber production and end product development. Experimental Materials AN based casein fibers with the specification 1.5 dtex x 38 mm, provided by Shanghai Zhengjia Milk Fiber Sic & Tech Co. Ltd., Shanghai/PR China. Testing The mechanical property was ...|... e GB/T 9995-1997. For the moisture absorption and liberation measurement, the fibers was firstly heated to its oven dry weight or absorption to saturation regain in the conditions with a 100% relative humidity, and then the weight of the fibers was measured at certain intervals after they were put into the standard atmosph ...|... seen clearly from Table 1 that though the specific strength of the milk protein fiber was a bit lower than that of the poly-acrylonitrile and the soybean composition fiber, the wet and dry specific strength were 2.8cN/dtex and 3.1 cN/dtex, respectivel ...|... the moisture did not have an obvious effect on the mechanical properties of the fibers, but the combination of the casein had a visible negative effect on it. Friction coefficient The frictional coefficients to the parallel fiber bowl are shown in Table 2. Both the kinetic friction coefficient and the static friction coefficient were larger than that of the soybean composition fiber. It is obvious that this was related to the special morphology of its surface [6]. From the small difference between the two kinds ...|... ficient, it could be concluded that the textile made from the milk protein fibers would have a subtle handle. Mass specific resistance As shown in Table 3, t ...|... resistance was 2.11-1012 Qg/cm2, which was much larger than that of the natural fibers including cotton, wool and others listed. At the same time, it was less than th ...|... s removing. Because of the large mass specific resistance of the milk protein fiber, much attention should be paid during the processing. The methods used to reduc ...|... tion and liberation According to the measurements, the moisture regain of the fiber was 4.2%. As is known, the moisture regain of the PAN fiber is only 1.2-2.0% [8], so the combination of the casein is help to improve the m ...|... . From Fig. 1, it can be seen that the moisture regain of the milk protein fiber increased straightly at the beginning, after 40 minutes later, it showed a slow ...|... ut 100 minutes. Fig. 2 shows that the moisture liberation of the milk protein fiber exhibited the similar order as Fig. 1 and the differences is only the moisture ...|... ture absorption and liberation curves were like that of the soybean composition fiber, cotton, wool and so on, which means the same mechanism for the moisture absorp ...|... e shown in Table 4. It is obvious that the number of crimps on the milk protein fiber was 12 number/25 mm, the crimp ratio, crimp-elastic recovery percentage and residual percentage crimp of the milk protein fiber were all less than that of wool. That means the durability and the resilience o ...|... ty, the conclusion could be made that the crimp property of the milk protein fiber should be improved in the next production. Conclusions Physical properties of the milk protein fiber were studied in detail and the results shown that the specific strength and ...|... 1993) 937-946 [4] Wang Yijun, Su Huixiang, Mao Peiliang: Oil & Chemical Fiber OF Jinshan 4 (1998) 4-7 [5] Peng Junyan: Master-Thesis, Xi'an Polytechnic ...|... (2006) 8, 57-60 [7] Yao Mu, Zhou Jinfang, Huang Shuzhou et al.: Textile Materials, China Textile Press (1990)476 [8] Yuan Guanluo: Textile Commodities, ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    New developments on fibers_0705.rtf
Abstrakt    Fibers 46th Dornbirn Man-made Fibers Congress New developments on fibers Abstracts of the lectures held at the 46th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress on September 19-21, 2007 under the heading of "New developments on fibers". The India fiber story M. Mohan, Reliance Industries Ltd., Mumbai/lndia Today, the Indian textile industry is one of the fastest growing textile industries in the world. Modifications of PET fine filaments and effects of fiber and fabric properties for functionalities in apparel M. Mielke, Advansa GmbH, Hamm/Germany The production and marketing of PET fibers and ...
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Fibers 46th Dornbirn Man-made Fibers Congress New developments on fibers Abstracts of the lectures held at the 46th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress on September 19-21, 2007 under the heading of "New developments on fibers". The last two were abstracts of plenary lectures. The India fiber story M. Mohan, Reliance Industries Ltd., Mumbai/lndia Today, the Indian te ...|... niche segments which demands quality, quantity, innovation and uniqueness. The fiber mix in the country is unique for its size and growth. It is a place which is self sufficient in almost all fibers - both natural and man-made. Raw material for man made fibers is available in abundance. The industry has grown through a top down approach r ...|... o other textile economies. Modifications of PET fine filaments and effects of fiber and fabric properties for functionalities in apparel M. Mielke, Advansa GmbH, Hamm/Germany The production and marketing of PET fibers and filament yarn with spezial properties for apparel is of high value for Advansa. The introduction of those special yarns with related brands such as Coolmax was done years ago and appreciated by ...|... r if plenty of elastic yarn power is involved. Unfortunately it looked like the special cross section, developed to achieve the functional properties, was hindering th ...|... Recent developments in PET and PPS yarn J. Dortmans, Diolen Industrial Fibers BV, Emmen/The Netherlands The latest yarns developed by Diolen are all one-st ...|... HGF applications. PET chemical recycling technology K. Toida, Teijin Fibers Ltd., Matsuyama/Japan The chemical recycling technology for polyester allows polyester fibers and PET bottles from Teijin to chemically decompose and be converted into new polyester raw materials equal in quality to those made from petroleum. A "Fiber-to-Fiber" recycling has been operating since 2002. However most of fibers and textiles contain some processing substances and another polymers containing ...|... stuffs. So various kinds of separation and removal technologies are needed for "Fiber-to Fiber." Various kinds of separation and removal technologies are applied in order to recycle a broad range of used polyester fiber products, including uniforms, apparel, futon mats, and industrial materials. The recovered material has high purity, equal to that of the virgins. Elaboration of a new halogen free masterbatch for PET fibers P. Vandendaele, Devan Chemicals N.V., Ronse-Renaix/Belgium A. Vannier, S. D ...|... ), FMVSS 302 or BS 5852 (Crib 5). The main steps of the development of this new material were presented: from the raw materials until the final product. It was also described how the ratio of the MB componen ...|... ion in the final product have been optimized. Cellulose multi-component fibers from ionic liquids B. Kosan, A. Nechwatal, Thüringisches Institut für Textil- ...|... f these solutions, the shaping by means of dry-wet-process making cellulose-PAN fibers was the main topic. The textile-physical properties and the water retention behavior, the fibrillation tendency and the dyeing properties of the fibers resulting from this process were also discussed. It was shown that a new kind of fiber is available with specific, adjustable properties. These properties depend on the type of the polymers and the solvent used. A special role is played the ratio of the polymers. Influence of textile materials on a restful sleep M. Moser, A. Avian, M. Frühwirth, C. Kelz, P. Köhldorfer J ...|... en, showed best results for autonomic sleep quality of all investigated bedding materials and was significantly better compared to polyester bedding. Subjective sleep qu ...|... of physical performance. In a group of 13 male volunteers 4 different textile materials were investigated: material A: 98% Tencel, 2% elastane, material B: 98% polyester, 2% elastane, material C: 69% polyester, 29% Tencel, 2% elastane and material D: 98% wicking polyester, 2% elastane. The volunteers were subjected to a stepw ...|... provision of optimal thermophysiological boundary conditions during exercise by material C and subsequently for its excellent aptitude for the development of physiologi ...|... e an excellent substrate for microbial growth, because they are made of organic materials providing a good base for microbial attachment. They are in permanent contact w ...|... , in vitro challenge tests were performed by incubating textiles from different fiber materials with human sweat samples, followed by DNA genotyping. Results show that there a ...|... nces in the capability of skin/sweat bacterial species to grow on the different materials. In general, textiles made from cellulosic materials, especially Tencel, show a spectrum of bacteria similar to the physiological skin flora, whereas textiles made from synthetic materials show enrichment of species normally under-represented in the physiological flor ...|... bacteria clearly contributes to the smell production accompanied with different materials. Together with the generally lower overall growth of bacteria, textiles with Tencel fibers will therefore develop less odor. "Modern silk" - fine denier viscose ...|... erties of viscose filament yarns and their current use in the apparel industry. Special focus was on new developments in viscose and the requirements to material and manufacturing process. Fine viscose filament yarns open new areas of appl ...|... ion, which because of their titer have been reserved to silk or other synthetic fibers. A comparison of the properties of those fibers illuminated their suitability and opportunities in the corresponding market segments. Nexylene - golden fibers for various applications J. Neumann-Rodekirch Nexis Faserwerke GmbH & Co. K ...|... Neumünster/Germany Due to outstanding properties of polyphenylenesulfide, PPS fibers are a valuable material for a large number of technical as well as textile applications. Starting from polymer chemical properties of PPS fibers (particularly stability against hydrolysis, most of organic solvents, acids and ...|... tion showed some examples of preferred applications (e.g. filtration, composite materials, protective clothing etc.). Finally, different types of Nexylene staple fibers with their tailor-made properties for different customers demands were introduced: high tenacity staple fiber for yarn spinning, staple fiber for nonwovens with an optimized carding behavior, zero-shrinkage fiber for special nonwoven applications, amorphous fiber with sticky properties and high shrinkage for binding fiber application as well as short-cut fibers of different counts and cut lenghts for composites. Innovation of acrylic fibers: Dolan R. Gregan, Kelheim Fibres GmbH, Kelheim/Germany Dolan nano is an acrylic specialty fiber with enhanced properties. It combines the advantages of spun-dyed Dolan fiber with permanent dirt, water and oil repellent functions. These properties are achieved through the use of special additives. Dolan nano surpasses the performance and durability of existing fl ...|... aning as well as very good dirt repellency. The additive is injected into the fiber during the fiber manufacturing process, which ensures it becomes permanently embedded in the fiber and so delivers enduring effectiveness. The main advantage of Dolan nano is that the special properties of the fiber remain permanent even after intense mechanical wear and multiple washes. Endura ...|... s have been revealed. In this case, not only the mechanical bonding between the fibers themselves are formed, but also between fillers or binding agents. The mechanis ...|... of the tensile strength of an aramid paper is the degree of fibrillation on the fiber stem. As earlier surveys have shown, the enlargement of the specific surface ar ...|... ngineered to give adequate adhesion with desired level of stretch and recovery. Material properties of tape and garment performance were reviewed. Functionalized nano ...|... s as an effective way to increase the innovation potential of the filaments and fibers produced today, three basic conceptions are discussed using functionalized nano ...|... g of polyamides with verifiable permanence of the bacteriostatic effect. By a special chemical modification of commercially available light stabilizers, some selecte ...|... hey could develop their protective effect already in the primarily most exposed fiber area, so that an improved stabilizer effectiveness compared with the unmodified ...|... r functional surface modifications. Chemically bonded PTFE-polyamide materials -production and processing to technical fibers D. Lehmann, H. Brünig, B. Tändler, B. Hupfer Leibniz-lnstitut für Polymerfo ...|... u und Kunststofftechnik, Dresden/Germany The chemically bonded PTFE-polyamide materials (PTFE-PA) represent a new kind of materials - preferably for tribological application fields. The very good material and processing properties of polyamides are combined with the an-tiadhesive properties of PTFE in these materials. A processing stable morphology is received by chemical bonding/compatibility o ...|... nd commercial mixtures of PTFE and polyamide. Production and processing of such materials can be realized with commercial plastic processing equipment under usual polyam ...|... on polymers (PTFE primary particle size: 200 nm) have also proofed as favorable materials for the fiber formation process, if an optimal dissipation and distribution of the PTFE agglo ...|... matrix can be estimated by DSC. The mechanical properties and first results of fiber formation and fiber properties were shown in this contribution. Wound bearings, textiles for tribol ...|... the use as compression glands are rated as fields of application. Such PTFE-PA fibers can also be an inexpensive substitution for the expensive fibers from pure PTFE. Development of innovative spacer preforms for productio ...|... F/PP commingling hybrid yarns were demonstrated. On the way to photocatalytic fibers: elements of fiber development F.A. Reifler, EMPA, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research, St. Gallen/Switzerland The goal of the presented work was a PET-based fiber with photocatalytic activity for the degradation of malodor in air. The photocatalytic particles shall be incorporated directly into the fiber. Photocatalytic TiO2 nanoparti-cles with high degree of crystallinity and surfa ...|... ge between 400 nm and 500 nm and open the opportunity to realize photocatalytic fibers operating even under indoor conditions (artificial light) or in an automotive interior (behind laminated glass). For particle incorporation and fiber manufacture experiments (monocom-ponent and bicomponent fibers), Degussa P2S, a commercially available photocatalytic TiO2, was used. Pretreat ...|... nt agglomeration problems. Analytical procedures play a central role during the fiber development; e.g. for the assessment of the photocatalytic activity and malodor ...|... of the incorporated particles, and for the assessment of the resistance of the fibers to UV light. New methods have been developed to enable the assessment of the photocatalytic activity of a broad range of samples (particles, fibers, fabrics) using light with various spectral distributions. Fibers containing P25 were subjected to formaldehyde decomposition tests to evaluate p ...|... Method development to verify the destruction of other malodors is ongoing. The fibers mentioned were also subjected to artificial weathering. Their degradation behavior was not severely inferior to the fibers without P25. Novel nanocomposite antimicrobial additives enabling straight-forward functionality for technical textiles M.J. Height, HeiQ Materials, Zurich/Switzerland Antimicrobial functionality is one of the strongest growt ...|... ble to the unique demands of textile applications. In particular, for synthetic fiber production, conventional silver additives are often too large, disperse poorly, ...|... to poor mechanical properties and often show poor wash durability of the final fiber. Additionally these additives are often too expensive for the level of performance delivered. HeiQ Materials has developed a silver additive that overcomes the disadvantages of conventional silver additives. This additive is a novel nanocomposite material featuring metallic nanosilver particles embedded within a porous inorganic oxid ...|... ile the small size of the overall structure is easily incorporated in synthetic fibers. A major advantage of this structure is that the material displays excellent dispersion in a wide variety of polymers and liquids thereby enabling straight-forward integration in fiber spinning and textile finishing treatments. Use of bicomponent yarns and fibers: possibilities for innovation V. Herrygers, L. Ruys, Centexbel, Zwijnaarde/Be ...|... ogy exists for a few decades and there are a few mature markets for bicomponent fibers. Most producers of extrusion equipment nowadays offer certain possibilities for bicomponent extrusion in different domains: filament yarn, staple fiber, spunbond, etc. The use of bicomponent fibers is an important technology for bonding fibers and for autocrimp fibers. Also in the search for finer yams and fibers, bicomponent fibers with a segmented pie or islands in the sea structure play an important role. The use of bicomponent fibers and yarns asks for new evaluation methods to determine the structure and evaluate their functionality. The first evaluation of bicomponent fibers and yarns can occur by DSC and optical microscopy after differential coloring. For the evaluation of the functionality of the materials, other techniques can be used. Some evaluation techniques for bonding propertie ...|... a reduction of additives use. Online measurement of molecular orientation in fibers during spinning B. Clauß, Institute for Textile Chemistry and Chemical Fibers, ITCF Denkendorf/Germany The orientation of the macromolecules in polymeric fibers is one of the most important structure parameter. Major fiber properties like tenacity, modulus and dyeing behavior are determined by this. A ...|... g the average orientation of molecular chains in the non-crystalline regions of fibers during spinning. This allows conclusions to be drawn about the final fiber properties already during spinning, which makes process optimization easier and ...|... ng. The technique can be applied for spinning of PET and PBT directly. If other fiber polymers (e.g. PA 6, PA 66, PP or elastomers) shall be examined, 50 ppm of prob ...|... damentals about the measurement were discussed as well as results for different materials. Latest in polyester products, processes and beyond A.P. Aneja, A.K. Kel ...|... e as a global leader. Emphasis is given to latest developments in products, raw materials, additives, spin finishes, process, plant and engineering. In addition, the pap ...|... nce to the polyester sector in Reliance Industry. Current status of synthetic fiber industry of South East Asia P. Kus, Indonesian Synthetic Fiber Makers Association, Jakarta/Indonesia The Indonesian textile industry in the ...|... n 2006. Indonesia has total installed capacity of 1.54 million tons of chemical fibers among 13 producers. Total production during 2006 is estimated around 1.25 million tons. PET staple fiber operating rate to reach over 80% by 2007 due to increased domestic demand. Exce ...|... hold? B. Davies, CMAI Europe, London/UK Polyester has driven the growth of fiber consumption globally for many years while polyamide production has foundered. W ...|... g PET producer, and now it is taking over as the driving force behind demand as fiber consumption per head accelerates in both town and country populations. At the s ...|... beginning to ease after years of massive over-investment, especially in staple fiber. This had generated vast over-capacity and huge problems for the industry world ...|... onalize, a much better supply/demand balance is in prospect. In the case of PA, fiber demand has been badly hit in recent years by the large price differential that ...|... han are those for PET. However, PA demand will continue to be affected by inter-fiber competition and weakening or restructuring end-use fiber markets such as carpets and tires, especially in the West. Undramatic, but steady expansion in Asian PA will offset continuing contraction in Western fiber industries.

 
   
 
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Abstrakt    Kelheim Fibres New acrylic fiber Dolan nano At the Man-Made Fibers Congress in Dorn-birn/Austria, in September 2007, Kelheim Fibres GmbH, Kelheim/Germany, presented the new acrylic specialty fiber Dolan nano. The new fiber combines the properties of the spun-dyed Dolan fiber with permanent dirt, water and oil repellent functions. The fiber surpasses the performance and durability of existing fluorocarbon finishes utilized in applications such as workwear and various upholstery fabrics. In combination with selected pigments, Dolan nano offers very good light and weather fastness ...
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Industry News Kelheim Fibres New acrylic fiber Dolan nano At the Man-Made Fibers Congress in Dorn-birn/Austria, in September 2007, Kelheim Fibres GmbH, Kelheim/Germany, presented the new acrylic specialty fiber Dolan nano. The new fiber combines the properties of the spun-dyed Dolan fiber with permanent dirt, water and oil repellent functions. This is achieved through the use of special additives. The fiber surpasses the performance and durability of existing fluorocarbon finishes util ...|... . outdoor wear, furniture fabrics, car seats and workwear. 232 Chemical Fibers International 5/2007

 
   
 
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Abstrakt    smartfiber Takeover of SeaCell plant As of July 1, 2007, smartfiber AG, Rudolstadt/Germany, founded in 2005, has taken over the production plant of SeaCell AG, Rudolstadt/Germany (capacity 500 tons/ year). With the start of production in July 2007, an already existent order backlog of over 150 tons of smartcel lyocell fibers. Added to this, smartfiber AG has already received requests for the innovative lyocell fiber for a volume far beyond 150 tons, which makes unique functions possible by the addition of organic or inorganic additives. New specialty fiber program Over 500 tons of ...
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|... ly 2007, an already existent order backlog of over 150 tons of smartcel lyocell fibers. Added to this, smartfiber AG has already received requests for the innovative lyocell fiber for a volume far beyond 150 tons, which makes unique functions possible by the ...|... e for Textile and Plastics Research (TITK), Rudolstadt/Germany. New specialty fiber program Over 500 tons of smartcel fibers will be produced in Rudolstadt in future. At the center of activities will be the production of the PCM (Phase Change Material) fiber smartcel clima, which is temperature and moisture regulating with direct incorporated paraffine (not microcapsules). The processed fiber have a storage volume of up to 63 J/g, and are produced in titers of 1.7-6.7 dtex. There are also other smartcel functional fibers. In smartcel bioactive, though the integration of finely ground ion exchangers, large amounts of silver can be bound into the functional fiber and so make the fibers bioactive. The high loading capacity and the consistent dosage makes for a unique efficacy, smartcel ceramic has a special piezo-electric effect in products and smartcel energy, with its heat conductivi ...|

 
   
 
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Abstrakt    Speedo has enlisted the world s top elite swimmers, including six-time Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps, to aid in the research and development of the Fastskin FS-Pro. The combination of the lightweight fabric and the speed it gives me make the Speedo Fastskin FS-Pro feel like a second skin. Speedo says its tests have proved the Fastskin FS-Pro suit to have the lowest passive drag results of any lightweight woven suit on the market, helping athletes move even faster through the water. Reusch showcased several models from its Solaris line of heated ski gloves featuring the ThermoTec ...
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|... et limit at portions of the wearer s hand that are sensitive to the cold. Using special, highly flexible heating elements, heat is generated selectively within the glo ...|... l and executes custom and application-specific programmable heating algorithms. Special, highly flexible thermal conductors that can be attached to nearly any type of ...|... ith its partners Spyder, Schoeffel, Reusch, Kjus and Ribcap. d3o is the ideal material for ski and snowboard applications, the company claims. Its free flowing molecules provide a soft and pliable material which reacts the moment impact occurs, the intelligent molecules it contains lo ...|... and flexible under normal conditions, but when struck by high-impact force the material instantly becomes rigid to help protect the wearer against injury. Once the impact is over, the material immediately becomes flexible again. According to Mr. Sem Hediger, innovation ...|... en we began to develop this protector vest we knew we needed a high-performance material that met our needs for both protection and comfort, says Mr. Hediger. The uni ...|... lation technology. Having previously employed the NASA-developed phase change materials (PCMs) in its boot linings, Burton is now introducing a full range of apparel w ...|

 
   
 
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Abstrakt    Nitric oxide The nanofibre bandage releases nitric oxide, which kills parasites and reduces inflammation, allowing healing to occur. The company's Dimensions line of coated fabrics for upholstery and bedding will be the first featuring Nanocide antimicrobial. CMI is currently researching and developing additional new Nanocide-based product lines for the health care/contract upholstery industry.. Successful trial for nanotube polymer additive Materials science business NaturalNano, Inc. has reported successful results in manufacturing scale testing of Pleximer -a polymer additive of ...
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|... re bandages. Professors Daniel Smith and Darrell Reneker spin ultrafine polymer fibres to make highly absorbent bandages that slowly release drugs to a wound. The b ...|... n and other potential health related issues from seating and bedding upholstery material," says CMI CEO Michael Novick. Killing capacity When compared to arsenic an ...|... upholstery industry.. Successful trial for nanotube polymer additive Materials science business NaturalNano, Inc. has reported successful results in manufactu ...|... stment of $3.25 million from Platinum Partners Long Term Growth IV and Longview Special Financing, Inc., through the issue of Convertible Secured Notes. The bulk of th ...|

 
   
 
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Nadpis    Which Garments Are Best for the Petrochemical Industry_0703.rtf
Abstrakt    "Lenzing FR" is mostly the "silent" blending partner, but it is exactly this fiber that makes the fabrics so special and contributes significantly to the popularity and performance of garments made with "Lenzing FR"/aramid blends. Fabrics and garments made of"Lenzing FR" blends offer the wearer better comfort, increased protection against heat and the highest level of flame resistance. Fabrics and garments made with short-staple "Lenzing FR" fiber are durable enough to meet even the standards of military garments. Fabrics and garments made of "Lenzing FR" blends offer the wearer optimum ...
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|... it must also be comfortable and functional. Functional clothing consists of two fiber components, one which wicks and transports wetness away from the skin and one, ...|... , creating a feeling of comfort to the wearer. Many types of high-performance fibers (meta-aramides, para-aramides, polyimide, polyamid-imid, etc.) are used for PPC. These fibers have been proven to be excellent with respect to flame resistance, but their la ...|... ent properties and capability limits their functionality. Some high-performance fibers also have a high thermal conductivity decreasing thermal protection. Especial ...|... ery important issues. For these reasons, protective apparel is constructed of fiber blends. The most common fabrics on the market are blends of 50% "Lenzing FR" an ...|... el", "Conex" and "Nomex"). Many end-users know very well the different aramid fibers. "Lenzing FR" is mostly the "silent" blending partner, but it is exactly this fiber that makes the fabrics so special and contributes significantly to the popularity and performance of garments mad ...|... uminum,...), military (Air Force pilots, tank drivers, marines,...), police and special forces. Products including "Lenzing FR" for firefighting applications cover: st ...|... heat and the highest level of flame resistance. The different properties of the fibers used in the garments maximize the performance of the wearer while minimizing th ...|... cteria naturally without the addition of chemical additives. Due to this unique fiber property, garments with "Lenzing FR" are "anti-odor". With synthetic fibers on the other hand, the growth of bacteria increases up to 2000 fold compared to "Lenzing FR". Fabrics and garments made with short-staple "Lenzing FR" fiber are durable enough to meet even the standards of military garments. For even gr ...|... otentially their life. New Quality Partner Program for "Lenzing FR" Lenzing Fibers is introducing a new "Quality Partner Program" (QPP) for products based on "Lenzing FR" flame-resistant fiber with a desire to ensure that the correct blend of materials is being used for the final protective garments. As incorrect blends could ul ...|... eir employees the very best in the way of protection. They must ensure that the materials used are compliant and meet the highest standards. For this reason, Lenzing Fibers is introducing QPP which will be implemented with the cooperation of Lenzing's ...|... permanent protection. A flame-resistant agent is incorporated directly into the fiber matrix before spinning the fiber in the wet process. The flame resistance of "Lenzing FR" is totally unaffected ...|... vels of flame resistance and thermal protection. The properties of "Lenzing FR" fiber maximize the performance of the wearer while minimizing the risk of injury, hea ...|

 

 

 

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