Tématická retrospektivní rešerše

 

 

Speciální vysoce funkční příze

Special high-tech yarn 

 

 

 

     říjen 2008

 

     VÚB a.s.

     Odbor poradenství a informačních služeb

 

 

 

   Uvnitř tohoto vydání:

 

Analytický přehled

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Zadání rešerše

 

 

 

Informační zdroje

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

  • Asian Textile Business
  • Cotton Outlook
  • Chemical Fibers International
  • International Fiber Journal
  • Melliand International
  • Textile Asia
  • Textile Eastern Europe
  • Textile Horizons
  • Textile Month
  • Technical Textile Markets
  • Technical Textiles

 

Celkový počet záznamů: 85 abstraktů doplněných významovými abstrakty

 

Uspořádání rešerše:

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

 

Časové, jazykové a geografické vymezení:

  • rok 2006-2007
  • angličtina
  • celý svět

 

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Seznam záznamů

    2.1

High-tech výrobky

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Technické textilie

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Průmyslové příze

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Výroba speciálních přízí

    2.5

Aplikce chemických vláken

 

  Zadání rešerše - Tématická rešerše retrospektivní

   Informační výstup z projektu:

Virtuální informační servis Textil 1N04

   Název rešerše :

Speciální vysoce funkční příze

   Informační zdroj :

elektronická databáze projektu Virtuální informační servis Textil

   Sledované období :

01- 12/2006 a 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 výrobky
  • technické textilie
  • průmyslové příze
  • výroba speciálních přízí
  • aplikace chemických vláken

  Seznam záznamů

 

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High-tech výrobky - High-tech products

 

B >>

Technické textilie - Technical Textiles

 

C >>

Průmyslové příze - Industrial yarn

 

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Výroba speciálních přízí  - Production of special yarn

 

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Aplikace chemických vláken - Application of synthetic fibers

 

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Seznam
záznamů
 

High-tech výrobky
High-tech products 

 

 

 

Pořadí

Nadpis

Dokument

1A

Anti-trade feeling delay CAFTA

2006\En\Textile Horizons\(01-02 leden-unor)\Anti-trade feeling delay CAFTA

 

Anti-trade feelings delay CAFTA Growing anti-trade sentiment in several Central American countries has held up a trade agreement with the United States that was scheduled to begin on January 1st Under the U.S.-Central America Free Trade Agreement, the U.S. agreed to open its markets further to key Central American products, such as apparel and textiles, while those countries promised to lower barriers to US farm goods, high-tech products and services. Some experts said a delay could pose problems for the Central America deal, given the rising scepticism about free trade across Latin ...

2A

BluePrint for Chinas FiveYear Plan

2006\En\Asian Textile Business\atb 2006-1\BluePrint for Chinas FiveYear Plan

 

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

3A

Potentials and current bionic research activities with fiber-based materials

2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\06\Potentials and current bionic research activities with fiber-based materials

 

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

4A

Combining to compete

2006\En\Textile Asia\(07 cervenec)\Combining to compete

 

The European textile and clothing industry is confident that technology holds the key to its competitiveness in both domestic and overseas markets. The European Technology Platform for the Future of Textiles & Clothing (Textile ETP) presented its Strategic Research Agenda at its first annual con-ference in Brussels in early June. The SRA, which builds on the Vision for 2020 which the industry published in 2004, was presented to some 300 representatives from the textile and clothing industry, research centres and European and national public authorities. ManuTex also can be expected to ...

5A

The textile clothing industry

2006\En\Textile Asia\(04 duben)\The textile clothing industry

 

To tackle all these limiting factors, the European textile and clothing High Level Group has recommended the setting-up of a European technology platform for the future of tex-tiles and clothing. The technology platform will be built on three main pil-lars, reflecting each a crucial element of long-term develop-ment of the textile and clothing industry in Europe: A move from commodity fibres, filaments and fab-rics towards speciality products from flexible high-tech pro-cesses. Ending the era of mass manufacture of textile prod-ucts and moving towards a new paradigm of customisation, ...
 

6A

IMB2006 Expansion of Product

2006\En\Asian Textile Business\(03 brezen)\IMB2006 Expansion of Product

 

IMB 2006 Expansion of Product Range Reflected in Sewing Technology Sector From May 10th to 13th in Cologne, Germany, the heightened profile of IMB 2006 (World of Textile Process-ing) will be particularly apparent at the stands of sewing technology exhibitors. At IMB 2006, suppliers of standard sewing machines and special equipment will highlight not only the apparel sector, but also new focus segments for technical applica-tions, such as automotive products, furniture upholstery and industrial applications. Even suppliers of standard machines are offering customers modular system ...
 

7A

NEW PRODUCTS

2006\En\Textile Asia\(06 cerven)\NEW PRODUCTS

 

This low-density, ultraviolet and cor-rosion-resistant fibre is offered as par-ticularly useful in making composite material for aviation and ocean shipping rope and body armour. Quote TA 06/06/001 for further information 3D integrated solution The Parametric Pattern Generator (PPG) software from TPC Hong Kong/Paris was first shown at IMB in 2003. Today, they say, TPC garment technology sup-plies a complete 3D integrated solution, inclusive of garment fit and size grad-ing. The software also gener-ates a set of 2D patterns, which can be exported in real time from the 3D gar-ment ...

 

 

 

 

 

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High-tech products

Váha

  

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Nadpis

  

Anti-trade feeling delay CAFTA

Abstrakt

  

Anti-trade feelings delay CAFTA Growing anti-trade sentiment in several Central American countries has held up a trade agreement with the United States that was scheduled to begin on January 1st Under the U.S.-Central America Free Trade Agreement, the U.S. agreed to open its markets further to key Central American products, such as apparel and textiles, while those countries promised to lower barriers to US farm goods, high-tech products and services. Some experts said a delay could pose problems for the Central America deal, given the rising scepticism about free trade across Latin ...

Dokument

  

2006\En\Textile Horizons\(01-02 leden-unor)\Anti-trade feeling delay CAFTA


|... nd textiles, while those countries promised to lower barriers to US farm goods, high-tech products and services. Central American governments also said they would strengthen thei ...|

 

   

 

 

 

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High-tech products

Váha

  

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Nadpis

  

BluePrint for Chinas FiveYear Plan

Abstrakt

  

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

Dokument

  

2006\En\Asian Textile Business\atb 2006-1\BluePrint for Chinas FiveYear Plan


|... automation of apparel manufacturing equipment. To cope with the request for hi-tech products and high-level processing, the plan calls for the construction of a base for printi ...|... clean continu-ous and automated operation should be promoted to accelerate the production of hi-tech fibers and high-function fibers. As for cotton spinning & weaving machinery, high-speed, high-v ...|

 

   

 

 

 

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High-tech products

Váha

  

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Nadpis

  

Potentials and current bionic research activities with fiber-based materials

Abstrakt

  

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

Dokument

  

2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\06\Potentials and current bionic research activities with fiber-based materials


|... suitable for meaningfully transferring biological functions to tech- nical products. - Fibers in composites Nature has many facets and forms of fiber-rein ...|

 

   

 

 

 

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High-tech products

Váha

  

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Nadpis

  

Combining to compete

Abstrakt

  

The European textile and clothing industry is confident that technology holds the key to its competitiveness in both domestic and overseas markets. The European Technology Platform for the Future of Textiles & Clothing (Textile ETP) presented its Strategic Research Agenda at its first annual con-ference in Brussels in early June. The SRA, which builds on the Vision for 2020 which the industry published in 2004, was presented to some 300 representatives from the textile and clothing industry, research centres and European and national public authorities. ManuTex also can be expected to ...

Dokument

  

2006\En\Textile Asia\(07 cervenec)\Combining to compete


|... ed, identified three major trends in 2004: (1) A greater emphasis on speciality products from high-tech pro-cesses, along the entire fibre-textile-clothing value chain; (2) Greater us ...|

 

   

 

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High-tech products

Váha

  

0.99

Nadpis

  

The textile clothing industry

Abstrakt

  

To tackle all these limiting factors, the European textile and clothing High Level Group has recommended the setting-up of a European technology platform for the future of tex-tiles and clothing. The technology platform will be built on three main pil-lars, reflecting each a crucial element of long-term develop-ment of the textile and clothing industry in Europe: A move from commodity fibres, filaments and fab-rics towards speciality products from flexible high-tech pro-cesses. Ending the era of mass manufacture of textile prod-ucts and moving towards a new paradigm of customisation, ...

Dokument

  

2006\En\Textile Asia\(04 duben)\The textile clothing industry


|... rope: A move from commodity fibres, filaments and fab-rics towards speciality products from flexible high-tech pro-cesses. - The establishment and expansion of textiles as the raw materi ...|... areas; Movement from commodity fibres, filaments & fabrics, towards spe-cialty products from flexible high-tech processes; Estab-lishment and expansion of textiles as the raw material of choi ...|

 

   

 

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High-tech products

Váha

  

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IMB2006 Expansion of Product

Abstrakt

  

IMB 2006 Expansion of Product Range Reflected in Sewing Technology Sector From May 10th to 13th in Cologne, Germany, the heightened profile of IMB 2006 (World of Textile Process-ing) will be particularly apparent at the stands of sewing technology exhibitors. At IMB 2006, suppliers of standard sewing machines and special equipment will highlight not only the apparel sector, but also new focus segments for technical applica-tions, such as automotive products, furniture upholstery and industrial applications. Even suppliers of standard machines are offering customers modular system ...

Dokument

  

2006\En\Asian Textile Business\(03 brezen)\IMB2006 Expansion of Product


|... y its international scope, IMB will provide a platform in Germany at which sewn product companies will find high-tech solu-tions for everyday challenges. A certain amount of pride is also evident i ...|

 

   

 

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NEW PRODUCTS

Abstrakt

  

This low-density, ultraviolet and cor-rosion-resistant fibre is offered as par-ticularly useful in making composite material for aviation and ocean shipping rope and body armour. Quote TA 06/06/001 for further information 3D integrated solution The Parametric Pattern Generator (PPG) software from TPC Hong Kong/Paris was first shown at IMB in 2003. Today, they say, TPC garment technology sup-plies a complete 3D integrated solution, inclusive of garment fit and size grad-ing. The software also gener-ates a set of 2D patterns, which can be exported in real time from the 3D gar-ment ...

Dokument

  

2006\En\Textile Asia\(06 cerven)\NEW PRODUCTS


|... f cording. To create im-pressive effects with a few stitches is not only highly productive but offers possi-bilities unobtainable with other tech-niques. As a leading m ...|

 

   

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záznamů

Technické textilie
Technical textiles 

 

 

 

PořadíNadpisDokument
1BFiber production stronger China domination2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\Man Made Fiber 2006\Fiber production stronger China domination 2006
 The world production of textile fibers also deceased due to the steep fall of cotton production by 1.5 million tons or 2.1 % to 71.4 million tons (Table 1). In total, natu-ral fiber production was only able to achieve 30.1 million tons (-5.6%). PP film fibers and spunbonds) and 3.1 million tons (+1.6%) cellulosic fibers (in-cl. In this way, global synthetic fiber production in-creased by only 225,000 tons, and cellu-losic fibers by 50,000 tons. In 2005 production expanded by 1.55 million tons (+14%) to 12.5 million tons (Table 2). Here, 7.75 million tons (+14%) were filament yarns and ...

2BDornbirn2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens2006\En\Melliand international\(02)\Dornbirn2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens
 The yearly Man-Made Fibers Congress Dornbirn in Dornbirn/Austria offers a unique European platform for the ex-change of know-how between fiber pro-ducers and the production chain for tex-tiles and nonwovens, textile research in-stitutes, universities and technical col-leges as well as suppliers to textile auxil-iaries and fiber and textile machinery. The main subjects will be new developments in fibers and yarns, technical textiles and textile composites, well-being and health with textiles, and nonwovens, with papers from 86 experts from 15 countries. New fibers The section Developments ...

3BStatistics Fibre Consumption for Technical Textiles in the USA2006\En\Technical Textile Markets\0604\Statistics Fibre Consumption for Technical Textiles in the USA
 In home textiles, cotton accounts for a high share of fibre usage but volumes remain small As in apparel, cotton remains the most important fibre used in home textiles manufacture. Together, the 93 mn lb drop in synthetics consumption accounted for 50% of the drop in all fibre consumption for home textiles. Fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer uses rose slightly in 2005 Fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer applications rose slightly in 2005. Overall, synthetic filament consumption fell in 2005 Overall, US consumption of synthetic filament yarn in industrial ...

4BInnovaton for technical textles2006\En\Textile Horizons\(09-10 zari-rijen)\Innovaton for technical textles
 In a keynote address Dr Julian Ellis (Ellis Developments Ltd, Nottingham, UK) stressed that the potential for UK technical textiles was dependent upon: • delivering consistently high quality goods / services; • introducing new products; • investing in more efficient production processes; and • creating new markets. The UK Technology Strategy depended upon seven identifiable strands, namely: • sustainable consumption / production through competitive and profitable products and services; • a Healthcare Innovating Society; • a sustainable and productive modern built environment; • the ...

5BNew generations of lyocell fibers2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\04\New generations of lyocell fibers
 At the Department of Man-Made Fibers of the Technical University of Lodz and Institute of Natural Fibers a manufacturing process of cellulose nanofibers has been developed that belong to the new generation of lyocell type fibers as being also produced with the use of NMMO. The article will discuss original developments of the research work within the scope of technology of lyocell type fibers, mainly of the research work on nano-cellulose fibers. Currently, the world production of chem-ical fibers amounts to about 40 million tons/year, including about 10% of cellu-lose fibers. The ...

6BFiber production stronger China domination2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\04\Fiber production stronger China domination
 The world production of textile fibers also deceased due to the steep fall of cotton production by 1.5 million tons or 2.1% to 71.4 million tons (Tab. 1). In total, natural fiber production was only able to achieve 30.1 million tons (-5.6%). PP film fibers and spunbonds) and 3.1 million tons (+1.6%) cellulosic fibers (in-cl. In this way, global synthetic fiber production in-creased by only 225,000 tons, and cellu-losic fibers by 50,000 tons.

7B45th ManMade Fibers Congress Dornbirn2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\03\45th ManMade Fibers Congress Dornbirn
 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.

8BEngineering companies project list2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\03\Engineering companies project list 0603
 Changzhou PET SSP, bottle grade 150,000 NOY-ValLesina Eng. PET SSP, bottle grade 35,000 NOY-ValLesina Eng. PET Polycondensation + SSP 200 NOY-ValLesina Eng. Engineering companies: Burner AG, Uzwil/Switzerland; Chemtex International Inc., Wilmington, NC/USA; Cognesint, Imola/ltaly; Ebner GmbH & Co. KG, Eiterfeld/Germany; LenzingTechnik GmbH, Lenzing/Austria; Ing.

9BDornbirn 2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\02\Dornbirn 2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens
 The yearly Man-Made Fibers Congress Dornbirn in Dornbirn/Austria offers a unique European platform for the ex-change of know-how between fiber pro-ducers and the production chain for tex-tiles and nonwovens, textile research in-stitutes, universities and technical col-leges as well as suppliers to textile auxil-iaries and fiber and textile machinery. The main subjects will be new developments in fibers and yarns, technical textiles and textile composites, well-being and health with textiles, and nonwovens, with papers from 86 experts from 15 countries. New fibers The section Developments ...

10BNew patents on fibers and fiber technology2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\02\New patents on fibers and fiber technology
 The agent con-centrates are used for spin dyeing textile fibers and technical fibers, particularly par-tially oriented yarns. When the fiber or fiber product of the invention is irradiated with a laser beam, the fiber changes color in the irradiated portion, so that a minute mark can be produced on the individual spun yarns or filament yarns of the fiber or fiber product. Synthetic fiber containing animal hair protein and its preparation The invention discloses the fiber containing animal hair protein. : WO06-014718 Publication date: February 17, 2006 Apparatus and method for forming ...

11BRussian credit line for polyamide fibre producer2006\En\Textiles Eastern Europe\(09 zari)\Russian credit line for polyamide fibre producer
 U KRAINIAN producer of man-made fibres Chernigovskoye Khimvolokno has opened a credit line worth US$55m with the Russian Alfa Bank for a period of five years. Chernigovskoye Khimvolokno is one of the largest enterprises in Ukraine's chemical indus-try, the sole CIS producer of PA 6.6 cord fabrics and the largest Ukrainian producer of PA 6 cord fabrics, technical and textile filament yarns, as well as polyamide granules. The enterprise has integrated production capacities, including polymerisation, spinning, drawing, twisting and texturising of polyamide filament yarn. • Chernigovskoye ...

12BDornbirn Congress Provides Lively Communication Platform2006\En\International Fiber Journal\(06)\Dornbirn Congress Provides Lively Communication Platform
 This year's congress featured developments in fibers and yarns, technical textiles and textile composites, non-wovens, and wellbeing and health with textiles. Addressing the fiber industry as a supplier to the nonwovens sector, Jean-Michel Anspach, technical and education director of EDANA, the international association serving the nonwovens and related products industries, noted that a significant part of the nonwovens business has evolved independently of fiber supply. Describing the North American fiber market from 1995-2005, Frank Horn, president of the Fiber Economics Bureau, ...

13BTechtextil and Avantex 2007 -using synergy effects2007\EN\Technical Textiles\2.q\Techtextil and Avantex 2007 -using synergy effects
 Techtextil Symposium The symposium is deliberately oriented towards users. Techtextil Innovation Prizes The Techtextil Innovation Prizes will be presented at a ceremony on June 11, 2007, in the following categories: - Research - New developments, products, means of production, manufacturing and finishing methods - New materials and applications in the fields of 'Buildtech' (building and architecture), 'Medtech' (medicine and hygiene) and 'Mobiltech' (motor-vehicle manufacturing). Avantex Innovation Prizes Excellent achievements in research, material and product development, as well as new...



14BWorld market for Technical Textiles 20122007\EN\Technical Textiles\2.q\World market for Technical Textiles 2012
 The new report "World Markets for Technical Textiles to 2012" comes from the publisher of the magazine Technical Textiles International and has been researched and written by experts assembled by the internationally organization Comite International de la Rayonne et des Fibres Synthetiques (CIRFS), Brussels/Belgium. The market study describes the technical aspects of technical textiles including the fibers used in the manufacture of technical textiles, manufacturing processes and technological change. The report includes 77 detailed tables giving properties and suitables of different ...
15BSmart Fabrics and Intelligent Textiles in the UK - Seven Companies at the Forefront of Innovation2007\EN\Textile inteligence\Smart Fabrics and Intelligent Textiles in the UK - Seven Companies at the Forefront of Innovation
 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 ...

16BChemical fiber production strong expansion in China and India2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\04\Chemical fiber production strong expansion in China and India
 The world production of textile fibers increased by 2.7 million tons or 3.9% to 71.7 million tons (Table 1). In total, natural fiber production was able to achieve 27.1 million tons (+4,8%). Within man-made fibers, 41.3 million tons (+3.2%) were synthetic fibers (incl. In this way, global synthetic fiber production increased by 1.3 million tons, and cellulosic fibers by 150,000 tons. Polyester fibers +5% In 2006 global production of polyester fibers increased by 1.35 million tons or 5% to 27.8 million tons. PP fibers 6.5 million tons World production of PP fibers (incl.

17BChemical fiber production strong expansion in China and India2007\EN\Melliand international\(03)\Chemical fiber production strong expansion in China and India
 The world production of textile fibers increased by 2.7 million tons or 3.9% to 71.7 million tons (Table 1). In total, natural fiber production was able to achieve 27.1 million tons (+4,8%). Within man-made fibers, 41.3 million tons (+3.2%) were synthetic fibers (incl. In this way, global synthetic fiber production increased by 1.3 million tons, and cellulosic fibers by 150,000 tons. Polyester fibers +5% In 2006 global production of polyester fibers increased by 1.35 million tons or 5% to 27.8 million tons. PP fibers 6.5 million tons World production of PP fibers (incl.

18BNew records in participants and lectures2007\EN\Technical Textiles\3.q\New records in participants and lectures
 At the 46th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress from September 19-21, 2007 in Dorn-birn/Austria 116 lecturers from 16 countries will present new developments at the European/USA lead event. sels/Belgium), the development of the fiber industry in China (China chemical Fibers Association, Beijing/PR China), the current status of the synthetic fiber in Eastern Asia (Indonesian Synthetic Fibers Association, Jakarta/Indonesia), the worldwide investment and production trends in man-made fibers (CMAI, London/UK) and transportation related to the mobility of persons and goods (University of Leeds, ...

19BTechtextil Frankfurt Bigger Than Ever2007\EN\International Fiber Journal\(04)\Techtextil Frankfurt Bigger Than Ever
 "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-...

20BInnovative yarn structures for technical textiles2007\EN\Technical Textiles\1.q\Innovative yarn structures for technical textiles
 With a sales volume of approx. € 60 billion, technical textiles are today the fastest growing sector in the textile industry. High-performance fibers such as glass fiber carbon and aramid are used for a wide range of applications too. Currently, only approx. 10 % of all fibers used in the domain of technical textiles are made into technical yarns. Twist imparted through these processes improves yarn properties like grip, friction properties, tensile strength and elasticity without the application of chemical treatments.

21BFrom bast fibers to technical textiles2007\EN\Technical Textiles\1.q\From bast fibers to technical textiles
 In 1958, Prof. Ulrich Liebscher, at the time head of the central research and development center of the bast fiber industry in Dresden/Germany, founded the trade journal "Mitteilungen für die Bastfaserindustrie" (news for the bast fiber industry), with a circulation of 500 journals for the processing of bast fibers, and which title, however, was already changed into the forward-looking "Technische Textilien" (Technical Textiles) in 1963. T he Deutscher Fachverlag had taken over the "somewhat cumbersome" title "Reyon, Zellwolle and andere Chemiefasern" in 1957, renamed simply "Chemiefasern"...

22BTechnical Textiles -a source of innovation since 50 year2007\EN\Technical Textiles\1.q\Technical Textiles -a source of innovation since 50 year
 Technical Textiles - a source of innovation since 50 years Prof. Dr.-lng. The origins for today's journal "Technical Textiles/Technische Textilien" was "Mit-teilungen für die Bastfaserindustrie" (news for the bast fiber industry). The publisher and person responsible for the contents was Prof. Ulrich Liebscher, who founded the central research and development center of the bast fiber industry in Dresden/Germany on April 1, 1957, which he directed until offered a Chair at the Technical University of Chemnitz, Chemnitz/Germany, in 1960. Even today after 50 years, "Technical Textiles" still...

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Fiber production stronger China domination
Abstrakt    The world production of textile fibers also deceased due to the steep fall of cotton production by 1.5 million tons or 2.1 % to 71.4 million tons (Table 1). In total, natu-ral fiber production was only able to achieve 30.1 million tons (-5.6%). PP film fibers and spunbonds) and 3.1 million tons (+1.6%) cellulosic fibers (in-cl. In this way, global synthetic fiber production in-creased by only 225,000 tons, and cellu-losic fibers by 50,000 tons. In 2005 production expanded by 1.55 million tons (+14%) to 12.5 million tons (Table 2). Here, 7.75 million tons (+14%) were filament yarns and ...
Dokument    2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\Man Made Fiber 2006\Fiber production stronger China domination 2006

|... ns, of which 2.1 million tons (+3.5%) were sta-ple fibers, 460,000 tons (-5.2%) textile and technical filament yarns and 609,000 t (+0.8%) acetate cigarette filter tow. Of the world production of ...|... ntries Table 6 Global cellulosic fiber production 2005 Staple Textile yarns Technical yarns Acetate yarns 1000 tons ±% 1000 tons ±% 1000 tons ±% 1000 tons ±% ...|

 

 

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Technical Textiles

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Nadpis    Dornbirn2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens
Abstrakt    The yearly Man-Made Fibers Congress Dornbirn in Dornbirn/Austria offers a unique European platform for the ex-change of know-how between fiber pro-ducers and the production chain for tex-tiles and nonwovens, textile research in-stitutes, universities and technical col-leges as well as suppliers to textile auxil-iaries and fiber and textile machinery. The main subjects will be new developments in fibers and yarns, technical textiles and textile composites, well-being and health with textiles, and nonwovens, with papers from 86 experts from 15 countries. New fibers The section Developments ...
Dokument    2006\En\Melliand international\(02)\Dornbirn2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens

Fibers/Yarns Dornbirn 2006: new fibers, technical textiles, nonwovens The yearly Man-Made Fibers Congress Dornbirn in Dornbirn/Austri ...|... place from September 20-22, 2006. The main subjects will be new developments in fibers and yarns, technical textiles and textile composites, well-being and health with textiles, and nonwovens, with papers fro ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Statistics Fibre Consumption for Technical Textiles in the USA
Abstrakt    In home textiles, cotton accounts for a high share of fibre usage but volumes remain small As in apparel, cotton remains the most important fibre used in home textiles manufacture. Together, the 93 mn lb drop in synthetics consumption accounted for 50% of the drop in all fibre consumption for home textiles. Fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer uses rose slightly in 2005 Fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer applications rose slightly in 2005. Overall, synthetic filament consumption fell in 2005 Overall, US consumption of synthetic filament yarn in industrial ...
Dokument    2006\En\Technical Textile Markets\0604\Statistics Fibre Consumption for Technical Textiles in the USA

Technical Textile Markets, 4th quarter 2006 Statistics: Fibre Consumption for Technical Textiles in the USA Statistics: Fibre Consumption for Technical Textiles in the USA INTRODUCTION Fibre consumption in the USA fell again in 2005, ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

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Nadpis    Innovaton for technical textles
Abstrakt    In a keynote address Dr Julian Ellis (Ellis Developments Ltd, Nottingham, UK) stressed that the potential for UK technical textiles was dependent upon: • delivering consistently high quality goods / services; • introducing new products; • investing in more efficient production processes; and • creating new markets. The UK Technology Strategy depended upon seven identifiable strands, namely: • sustainable consumption / production through competitive and profitable products and services; • a Healthcare Innovating Society; • a sustainable and productive modern built environment; • the ...
Dokument    2006\En\Textile Horizons\(09-10 zari-rijen)\Innovaton for technical textles

|... n and Taiwanese fibre producers would move more actively and progressively into fibres for technical textiles. In the next presentation Dr Samir Mukhopadhyay (Sans Fibres, South Africa) d ...|... enormous. However, three major challenges faced fibre scientists in engineering fibres for technical textiles, namely: • the relatively weak compressive properties; • the transverse beh ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

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Nadpis    New generations of lyocell fibers
Abstrakt    At the Department of Man-Made Fibers of the Technical University of Lodz and Institute of Natural Fibers a manufacturing process of cellulose nanofibers has been developed that belong to the new generation of lyocell type fibers as being also produced with the use of NMMO. The article will discuss original developments of the research work within the scope of technology of lyocell type fibers, mainly of the research work on nano-cellulose fibers. Currently, the world production of chem-ical fibers amounts to about 40 million tons/year, including about 10% of cellu-lose fibers. The ...
Dokument    2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\04\New generations of lyocell fibers

|... lyocell fibers are very good raw ma-terials for the manufacture of clothing and technical textiles. These fibers are of a highly absorptive grade, and so are also suitable for sanitary applica ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

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Nadpis    Fiber production stronger China domination
Abstrakt    The world production of textile fibers also deceased due to the steep fall of cotton production by 1.5 million tons or 2.1% to 71.4 million tons (Tab. 1). In total, natural fiber production was only able to achieve 30.1 million tons (-5.6%). PP film fibers and spunbonds) and 3.1 million tons (+1.6%) cellulosic fibers (in-cl. In this way, global synthetic fiber production in-creased by only 225,000 tons, and cellu-losic fibers by 50,000 tons.
Dokument    2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\04\Fiber production stronger China domination

|... countries Table 6 Global cellulosic fiber production 2005 Staple Textile yarns Technical yarns Acetate yarns 1000 tons ±% 1000 tons ±% 1000 tons ±% 1000 tons ±% ...|... ns, of which 2.1 million tons (+3.5%) were sta-ple fibers, 460,000 tons (-5.2%) textile and technical filament yarns and 609,000 t (+0.8%) acetate cigarette filter tow. Within the global cellulosi ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    45th ManMade Fibers Congress Dornbirn
Abstrakt    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.
Dokument    2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\03\45th ManMade Fibers Congress Dornbirn

|... com The congress is divided into 4 sections: - Developments in fibers and yarns - Technical textiles and textile composites - Nonwovens - Wellbeing and health with textiles ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Engineering companies project list
Abstrakt    Changzhou PET SSP, bottle grade 150,000 NOY-ValLesina Eng. PET SSP, bottle grade 35,000 NOY-ValLesina Eng. PET Polycondensation + SSP 200 NOY-ValLesina Eng. Engineering companies: Burner AG, Uzwil/Switzerland; Chemtex International Inc., Wilmington, NC/USA; Cognesint, Imola/ltaly; Ebner GmbH & Co. KG, Eiterfeld/Germany; LenzingTechnik GmbH, Lenzing/Austria; Ing.
Dokument    2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\03\Engineering companies project list

|... SSP, bottle grade 120,000 Bühler AG In operation OTIZ Far Eastern Textile PET SSP, technical yarn 34,000 Bühler AG Engineering PET SSP, technical yarn/ ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Dornbirn 2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens
Abstrakt    The yearly Man-Made Fibers Congress Dornbirn in Dornbirn/Austria offers a unique European platform for the ex-change of know-how between fiber pro-ducers and the production chain for tex-tiles and nonwovens, textile research in-stitutes, universities and technical col-leges as well as suppliers to textile auxil-iaries and fiber and textile machinery. The main subjects will be new developments in fibers and yarns, technical textiles and textile composites, well-being and health with textiles, and nonwovens, with papers from 86 experts from 15 countries. New fibers The section Developments ...
Dokument    2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\02\Dornbirn 2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens

Fiber Production Dornbirn 2006: new fibers, technical textiles, nonwovens The yearly Man-Made Fibers Congress Dornbirn in Dornbirn/Austri ...|... place from September 20-22, 2006. The main subjects will be new developments in fibers and yarns, technical textiles and textile composites, well-being and health with textiles, and nonwovens, with papers fro ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

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Nadpis    New patents on fibers and fiber technology
Abstrakt    The agent con-centrates are used for spin dyeing textile fibers and technical fibers, particularly par-tially oriented yarns. When the fiber or fiber product of the invention is irradiated with a laser beam, the fiber changes color in the irradiated portion, so that a minute mark can be produced on the individual spun yarns or filament yarns of the fiber or fiber product. Synthetic fiber containing animal hair protein and its preparation The invention discloses the fiber containing animal hair protein. : WO06-014718 Publication date: February 17, 2006 Apparatus and method for forming ...
Dokument    2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\02\New patents on fibers and fiber technology

|... re suitable for melt spinning. The agent con-centrates are used for spin dyeing textile fibers and technical fibers, particularly par-tially oriented yarns. H. Ring, M. Husman, J. Weigel Schill ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

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Nadpis    Russian credit line for polyamide fibre producer
Abstrakt    U KRAINIAN producer of man-made fibres Chernigovskoye Khimvolokno has opened a credit line worth US$55m with the Russian Alfa Bank for a period of five years. Chernigovskoye Khimvolokno is one of the largest enterprises in Ukraine's chemical indus-try, the sole CIS producer of PA 6.6 cord fabrics and the largest Ukrainian producer of PA 6 cord fabrics, technical and textile filament yarns, as well as polyamide granules. The enterprise has integrated production capacities, including polymerisation, spinning, drawing, twisting and texturising of polyamide filament yarn. • Chernigovskoye ...
Dokument    2006\En\Textiles Eastern Europe\(09 zari)\Russian credit line for polyamide fibre producer

|... of PA 6.6 cord fabrics and the largest Ukrainian producer of PA 6 cord fabrics, technical and textile filament yarns, as well as polyamide granules. The enterprise has integrated production capa ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

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Nadpis    Dornbirn Congress Provides Lively Communication Platform
Abstrakt    This year's congress featured developments in fibers and yarns, technical textiles and textile composites, non-wovens, and wellbeing and health with textiles. Addressing the fiber industry as a supplier to the nonwovens sector, Jean-Michel Anspach, technical and education director of EDANA, the international association serving the nonwovens and related products industries, noted that a significant part of the nonwovens business has evolved independently of fiber supply. Describing the North American fiber market from 1995-2005, Frank Horn, president of the Fiber Economics Bureau, ...
Dokument    2006\En\International Fiber Journal\(06)\Dornbirn Congress Provides Lively Communication Platform

|... t and future issues and trends. This year's congress featured developments in fibers and yarns, technical textiles and textile composites, non-wovens, and wellbeing and health with textiles. It was th ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

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Nadpis    Techtextil and Avantex 2007 -using synergy effects
Abstrakt    Techtextil Symposium The symposium is deliberately oriented towards users. Techtextil Innovation Prizes The Techtextil Innovation Prizes will be presented at a ceremony on June 11, 2007, in the following categories: - Research - New developments, products, means of production, manufacturing and finishing methods - New materials and applications in the fields of 'Buildtech' (building and architecture), 'Medtech' (medicine and hygiene) and 'Mobiltech' (motor-vehicle manufacturing). Avantex Innovation Prizes Excellent achievements in research, material and product development, as well as new...
Dokument    2007\EN\Technical Textiles\2.q\Techtextil and Avantex 2007 -using synergy effects

|... tes fields, the six main lecture topics will also examine the innovative use of technical textiles as reinforcing materials and membranes in the building sector, as well as in automobiles and in the medi ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

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Nadpis    World market for Technical Textiles 2012
Abstrakt    The new report "World Markets for Technical Textiles to 2012" comes from the publisher of the magazine Technical Textiles International and has been researched and written by experts assembled by the internationally organization Comite International de la Rayonne et des Fibres Synthetiques (CIRFS), Brussels/Belgium. The market study describes the technical aspects of technical textiles including the fibers used in the manufacture of technical textiles, manufacturing processes and technological change. The report includes 77 detailed tables giving properties and suitables of different ...
Dokument    2007\EN\Technical Textiles\2.q\World market for Technical Textiles 2012

|... to 1,729,000 tons in 2012. The market study describes the technical aspects of technical textiles including the fibers used in the manufacture of technical textiles, manufacturing processes and tech ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

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Nadpis    Smart Fabrics and Intelligent Textiles in the UK - Seven Companies at the Forefront of Innovation
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    2007\EN\Textile inteligence\Smart Fabrics and Intelligent Textiles in the UK - Seven Companies at the Forefront of Innovation

|... ge 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 safet ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Chemical fiber production strong expansion in China and India
Abstrakt    The world production of textile fibers increased by 2.7 million tons or 3.9% to 71.7 million tons (Table 1). In total, natural fiber production was able to achieve 27.1 million tons (+4,8%). Within man-made fibers, 41.3 million tons (+3.2%) were synthetic fibers (incl. In this way, global synthetic fiber production increased by 1.3 million tons, and cellulosic fibers by 150,000 tons. Polyester fibers +5% In 2006 global production of polyester fibers increased by 1.35 million tons or 5% to 27.8 million tons. PP fibers 6.5 million tons World production of PP fibers (incl.
Dokument    2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\04\Chemical fiber production strong expansion in China and India

|... ons, of which 2.2 million tons (+8.1%) were staple fibers, 380,000 tons (-3.1%) textile and technical filament yarns and 680,000 t (+2.0%) acetate cigarette filter tow. Of the world production o ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Chemical fiber production strong expansion in China and India
Abstrakt    The world production of textile fibers increased by 2.7 million tons or 3.9% to 71.7 million tons (Table 1). In total, natural fiber production was able to achieve 27.1 million tons (+4,8%). Within man-made fibers, 41.3 million tons (+3.2%) were synthetic fibers (incl. In this way, global synthetic fiber production increased by 1.3 million tons, and cellulosic fibers by 150,000 tons. Polyester fibers +5% In 2006 global production of polyester fibers increased by 1.35 million tons or 5% to 27.8 million tons. PP fibers 6.5 million tons World production of PP fibers (incl.
Dokument    2007\EN\Melliand international\(03)\Chemical fiber production strong expansion in China and India

|... ons, of which 2.2 million tons (+8.1%) were staple fibers, 380,000 tons (-3.1%) textile and technical filament yarns and 680,000 t (+2.0%) acetate cigarette filter tow. Of the world production o ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    New records in participants and lectures
Abstrakt    At the 46th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress from September 19-21, 2007 in Dorn-birn/Austria 116 lecturers from 16 countries will present new developments at the European/USA lead event. sels/Belgium), the development of the fiber industry in China (China chemical Fibers Association, Beijing/PR China), the current status of the synthetic fiber in Eastern Asia (Indonesian Synthetic Fibers Association, Jakarta/Indonesia), the worldwide investment and production trends in man-made fibers (CMAI, London/UK) and transportation related to the mobility of persons and goods (University of Leeds, ...
Dokument    2007\EN\Technical Textiles\3.q\New records in participants and lectures

|... he main topics new fiber developments (incl. recycling), fibers for sportswear, fibers for safety (flammability), technical textiles, fiber for nonwovens and funded research projects.

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Techtextil Frankfurt Bigger Than Ever
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    2007\EN\International Fiber Journal\(04)\Techtextil Frankfurt Bigger Than Ever

|... xtil and Avantex. "The sector is facing a quantum leap in the industrial use of technical textiles." Fiber producers, as well as suppliers of machinery and equipment for man-made fibers, ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Innovative yarn structures for technical textiles
Abstrakt    With a sales volume of approx. € 60 billion, technical textiles are today the fastest growing sector in the textile industry. High-performance fibers such as glass fiber carbon and aramid are used for a wide range of applications too. Currently, only approx. 10 % of all fibers used in the domain of technical textiles are made into technical yarns. Twist imparted through these processes improves yarn properties like grip, friction properties, tensile strength and elasticity without the application of chemical treatments.
Dokument    2007\EN\Technical Textiles\1.q\Innovative yarn structures for technical textiles

Innovative yarn structures for technical textiles With a sales volume of approx. € 60 billion, technical textiles are today ...|... umerous innovative materials and technologies for their production. Important materials for technical textiles are polyester, polypropylene and poly-amide. High-performance fibers such as gl ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    From bast fibers to technical textiles
Abstrakt    In 1958, Prof. Ulrich Liebscher, at the time head of the central research and development center of the bast fiber industry in Dresden/Germany, founded the trade journal "Mitteilungen für die Bastfaserindustrie" (news for the bast fiber industry), with a circulation of 500 journals for the processing of bast fibers, and which title, however, was already changed into the forward-looking "Technische Textilien" (Technical Textiles) in 1963. T he Deutscher Fachverlag had taken over the "somewhat cumbersome" title "Reyon, Zellwolle and andere Chemiefasern" in 1957, renamed simply "Chemiefasern"...
Dokument    2007\EN\Technical Textiles\1.q\From bast fibers to technical textiles

From bast fibers to technical textiles Hans-J. Koslowski, Publisher In 1958, Prof. Ulrich Liebscher, at the tim ...|... cles from the fiber and textile industries, research institutes and machines on fibers and yarns, technical textiles and making-up (which is becoming increasingly important), and supplemented by c ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Textiles

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Nadpis    Technical Textiles -a source of innovation since 50 year
Abstrakt    Technical Textiles - a source of innovation since 50 years Prof. Dr.-lng. The origins for today's journal "Technical Textiles/Technische Textilien" was "Mit-teilungen für die Bastfaserindustrie" (news for the bast fiber industry). The publisher and person responsible for the contents was Prof. Ulrich Liebscher, who founded the central research and development center of the bast fiber industry in Dresden/Germany on April 1, 1957, which he directed until offered a Chair at the Technical University of Chemnitz, Chemnitz/Germany, in 1960. Even today after 50 years, "Technical Textiles" still...
Dokument    2007\EN\Technical Textiles\1.q\Technical Textiles -a source of innovation since 50 year

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1CITMA Asia2005 Survey4 2006\En\Textile Asia\(01 leden)\ITMA Asia2005 Survey4
 Examples are a POY bicomponent spinner producing microfibres of >0.1 d/f or a bicomponent FDY filament line, eight threadlines/position, 7,000 m/min. They will also produce to order research units and pilot equipment (virtually all melt-spinnable polymers have been tested on Hills systems). Feinpruef spinning pumps (gear pumps, metering pumps) are still made by Mahr Metering Systems but with many changes; their discharge capaci-ties have been increased, their energy consumption lowered, their quality im-proved and the required investment less-ened. to 6,000 ml/rev, the maximum working ...

2CMARKET REPORT 2006\En\Asian Textile Business\(07 cervenec)\MARKET REPORT
 According to the Japan Chemical Fibers Association, the production volume of polyester filament in April fell 6.4% from a year earlier to 22,070 tons. Price-hikes by polyester staple fiber (PSF) producers have begun to get established in the market Toray Industries, Inc. announced a price rise of 20 yen/kg starting from April shipment, while Teijin Fiber Limited announced price rises of 10 yen for PSF made of virgin materials and 20 yen for PSF made of regen-erated materials. Cotton Woven Fabrics Market Prices on Downward Trend Against a backdrop of shrinking demand, market prices of ...

3CNiche concentration2006\En\Textile Month\Issue 1\Niche concentration
 In addition to its extensive range of flame retardants, waterproofing coatings and polymer additives, it will feature Pyrapex, a melt-spinnable flame retardant additive for polyesters and polyamides. "Our target markets include textile fibres and fabrics used in apparel, awnings and tents, filters and home furnishings," he said. "We will be promoting our value-added effects for the technical textiles and nonwovens markets," said company spokeswoman Carole Smargon. innovations add performance benefits to the technical textiles market," says Mark Snider, technical markets manager for ...

4CInnovaton for technical textles2006\En\Textile Horizons\(09-10 zari-rijen)\Innovaton for technical textles
 In a keynote address Dr Julian Ellis (Ellis Developments Ltd, Nottingham, UK) stressed that the potential for UK technical textiles was dependent upon: • delivering consistently high quality goods / services; • introducing new products; • investing in more efficient production processes; and • creating new markets. The UK Technology Strategy depended upon seven identifiable strands, namely: • sustainable consumption / production through competitive and profitable products and services; • a Healthcare Innovating Society; • a sustainable and productive modern built environment; • the ...

5CGlobal textile fiber production more than
70 mill t
2006\En\Melliand international\(01)\Global textile fiber production more than 70 mill t
 In 2005 Saurer AG, Winterthur/Switzerland estimated an increase of the global textile fiber production of 2.2% to 70.1 million tons (Fig. Synthetics have mar-ginally lost market share as a result of a 0.3% decrease to 34.6 million tons (Table 1). Polyester fibers The Polyester fiber industry was stagnant at 24.5 million tons with double-digit growth in industrial filament yarns, staple fiber increased at 0.8% and textile fila-ment yarns declined by 1.1 %. The Chinese polyester fiber industry cov-ers more than half the world's polyester fiber and yarn business. Polyamide fibers Polyamide ...

6C45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress 2006 DEVELOPMENTS2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\04\45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 DEVELOPMENTS
 The American fibers market F. Horn, Fiber Economics Bureau, American Fiber Manufacturers Association, Arlington/USA The decade 1995 through 2005 has been one of radical change for the North American manufactured fiber industry. Variation of fibers properties can be also accomplished by mani-fold chemical variations of functional polymers forming electrospun fibers. BASF, as a leading producer of ionic liquids, investigates the technical conversion of the preparation of cellulosic fibers using ionic liquids in cooperation with the Institute of Textile Chemistry and Chemical Fibers (ITCF), ...

7CRieter Innovations for Filament Yarn2006\En\Asian Textile Business\(01 leden)\Rieter Innovations for Filament Yarn
 Latest Developments for Tire-Cord Process The production of tire cords has very high requirements in terms of quality, production stability and economics. Complete Tire-Cord & Industrial Yarn Extrusion Line Rieter is a leading manufacturer of extrusion components to produce industrial yarn and tire cords. has further developed the well-estab-lished extrusion process, and now offers complete systems for tire cords and industrial filaments with improved extrusion components. New CP10 Cabling Machine for Best Tire-Cord Quality The tire-cord production process is optimally completed with the...

8CStretch Fibers2006\En\Asian Textile Business\(01 leden)\Stretch Fibers
 While the spandex market has fallen mainly due to major increases in spandex equipment in China, restructuring of the industry has been accelerated. However, China's spandex produc-tion capacity has rapidly increased to 210,000 tons to make the world's production capacity 340,000-350,000 tons, causing a large over-supply. Stretch Fibers in Japan Spandex Producers Developing Functional Yarn Although polyurethane elastomeric yarn (spandex) business was once highly profitable, it has entered a diffi-cult phase. About five years ago nearly all Japanese spandex producers increased their ...

9CSaurer Slower Growth Marks Manmade Fiber Year05 2006\En\International Fiber Journal\(03)\Saurer Slower Growth Marks Manmade Fiber Year05
 Manmade fibers remained nearly unchanged at 38.1 million tons, losing in relative market position at 53.9%. On a world basis, fiber demand of cot-ton, wool, silk and manmade fiber has increased by 3.8% to 64.8 million tons, slightly above the average annual long-term growth rate of 3.2% (1980-2005). While staple fibers, the raw material for spun yarn and nonwo-vens, rose by 4.9% to 44.4 million tons, filament yarns increased by 1.3% to 20.4 million tons. Spun yarn versus filament yarn Spun yarn dominates the world market with a 64% share.

10CGlobal market trends for industrial yarns2007\EN\Technical Textiles\3.q\TT_Global market trends for industrial yarns
 In 2006 Oerlikon Textile estimated the global production of 2.6 million tons (+5.1%). Those yarns are predominantly used in the automotive industry, which managed to increase its output volume by 4%. The global passenger car production rose 3.8% to 57 million and commercial vehicles rose 5% to 10.6 million. Europe increased its output by 2.2% to 21.3 million units. Both segments managed to generate higher volumes with PET increasing by 7.3% to nearly 1.1 million tons and PA going up by 4.5% exceeding 1.1 million tons.

11CRecord Attendance at Dornbirn Fiber Forum 2007\EN\International Fiber Journal\(06)\Record Attendance at Dornbirn Fiber Forum
 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 ...

12CMarkets in industrial fibers - aramids and other high-performance fibers2007\EN\Technical Textiles\2.q\Markets in industrial fibers - aramids and other high-performance fibers
 Markets in industrial fibers - aramids and other high-performance fibers This paper examines evolving global developments in low volume markets for high value, specialty industrial yarns such as aramids. Aramids are to be found usually as paraaramids and meta-aramids: the paraaramids offering a high modulus with strength and toughness, high chemical resistance and low electrical conductivity, low thermal shrinkage, dimensional stability and cut and flame-resistance; the meta-aramids offering heat, flame, chemical and UV resistance, low electrical conductivity and abrasion resistance. The ...

13CGlobal market trends for industrial yarns2007\EN\Melliand international\(03)\Global market trends for industrial yarns
 Industrial yarns, characterized by high-tenacity, comprise polyester, polyamide, polypropylene, viscose and carbon fibers. In 2006 Oerlikon Textile estimated the global production of 2.6 million tons (+51%). Those yarns are predominantly used in the automotive industry, which managed to increase its output volume by 4%. The global passenger car production rose 3.8% to 57 million and commercial vehicles rose 5% to 10.6 million. Europe increased its output by 2.2% to 21.3 million units. Both segments managed to generate higher volumes with PET increasing by 7.3% to nearly 1.1 million tons ...

14CRhodia Fibres now Nexis Fibers2007\EN\Melliand international\(01)\Rhodia Fibres now Nexis Fibers_0701
 The fiber producers will in future conduct business under the name Nexis Fibers, derived from Next generation of Industrial yarns and Specialty fibers, and the company headquarters will be Nexis Fibers AG, Emmenbrucke/Switzerland. Nexis Fibers GmbH, Neumunster/Ger-many, produces technical staple fibers under the new market name Nexylon (PA 6, PA 66, PA 6.10) and Nexylene (PPS). The production of polyamide fibers by Rhodia Fibers SA, Valence/France, remains with Rhodia. PA 6 and PA 66 fibers and yarns for the carpet industry (including BCF yarns) and PA staple fibers for the textile ...

15CHuntsman targets technical textiles2007\EN\Textile Horizons\(01-02_leden-unor)\Huntsman targets technical textiles
 Huntsman targets technical textiles Huntsman has identified the technical textiles sector as a major source of growth. Chemical producer Huntsman has signalled that its recent acquisition of Ciba Specialty Chemicals' Textile Effects division will lead to an increased emphasis on technical textiles. Under the Huntsman structure, Textile Effects is part of a new division called Materials and Effects, where it is combined with the company's Advanced Materials operation. Applications include curtains, mattresses, technical textiles, automotive applications and construction materials.

16CMarkets in industrial fibers - aramids and other high-performance fibers2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\01-02\Markets in industrial fibers - aramids and other high-performance fibers
 Markets in industrial fibers - aramids and other high-performance fibers Alasdair Carmichael, PCI Fibres, Hong Kong This paper examines evolving global developments in low volume markets for high value, specialty industrial yarns such as aramids. Aramids are to be found usually as para-aramids and meta-aramids: the para-ara-mids offering a high modulus with strength and toughness, high chemical resistance and low electrical conductivity, low thermal shrinkage, dimensional stability and cut and flame-resistance; the meta-aramids offering heat, flame, chemical and UV resistance, low ...

17CGlobal polyester production +8,4percent2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\01-02\Global polyester production +8,4percent
 Due to a revision of Chinese chemical fiber production figures, the total 2005 output had to be amended to a volume of 71.1 million tons. While cellulosic fibers have continued their six-year growth development rising by 5.9% to 3.4 million tons, synthetic fibers went up by 6.4% to 37.8 million tons. While staple fiber grew 7.9% to 11.7 million tons, filament yarns rose by 8.8% to 16.0 million tons. Meanwhile, the contribution from Greater Europe and the Americas declined by about 7%. Polyamide fibers +2.4% Global polyamide fiber production rose slightly by 2.4% to 4.1 million tons.

18CRhodia Fibres now Nexis Fibers2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\01-02\Rhodia Fibres now Nexis Fibers
 The fiber producers will in future conduct business under the name Nexis Fibers, derived from Next generation of Industrial yarns and Specialty fibers, and the company headquarters will be Nexis Fibers AG, EmmenbriJcke/Switzerland. Nexis Fibers GmbH, Neumünster/Germa-ny, produces technical staple fibers under the new market name Nexylon (PA 6, PA 66, PA 6.10) and Nexylene (PPS). The production of polyamide fibers by Rhodia Fibres SA, Valence/France, remains with Rhodia. PA 66 fibers for the carpet industry and PA staple fibers for technical applications are produced here.

19CIndonesia Ecomony Growing by 5,6procent in 20062007\EN\Asian Textile Business\atb 2007 1\Indonesia Ecomony Growing by 5,6procent in 2006
 Economy Returns to Pre-Crisis Level Market confidence in the Indonesian economy has returned to the pre-Asian crisis level, according to Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati. The increase in production activities including the import of capital goods and chemical goods is important factor of the growth. Textile & Apparel Industries Growing Apparel Exports The textile and apparel industries are important industrial sectors for Indonesia as they contribute significantly to the nation's economy, and are the largest provider of employment and a leading source of export earnings. Recently, ...

20CRhodia Fibres now Nexis Fibers2007\EN\Technical Textiles\1.q\Rhodia Fibres now Nexis Fibers
 The fiber producers will in future conduct business under the name Nexis Fibers, derived from Next generation of industrial yarns and Specialty fibers, and the company headquarters will be Nexis Fibers AG, Emmenbrucke/Switzerland. Nexis Fibers GmbH, Neumunster/Ger-many, produces technical staple fibers under the new market name Nexylon (PA 6, PA 66, PA 6.10) and Nexylene (PPS). The production of polyamide fibers by Rhodia Fibres SA, Valence/France, remains with Rhodia. PA 6 and PA 66 fibers and yarns for the carpet industry (including BCF yarns) and PA staple fibers for the textile ...

21CChina, South Asia, Drive Polyester Fiber Demand2007\EN\International Fiber Journal\(01)\China, South Asia, Drive Polyester Fiber Demand
 Of all the major natural and manmade fiber types, polyester - polyethylene terephthalate (PET) - continues to offer the most economic production route and a competitive range of textile properties. The 11th Polyester and PET Chain Congress held in December 2006 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, heard that high global polyester growth would continue to be driven by fiber demand and by China and South Asia. On the second and third days, parallel sessions addressing developments in polyester polymers, fibers, nonwovens and catalysts were featured, as well as presentations on resins, bottles and...

22CDornbirn2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens2006\En\Melliand international\(02)\Dornbirn2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens
 The yearly Man-Made Fibers Congress Dornbirn in Dornbirn/Austria offers a unique European platform for the ex-change of know-how between fiber pro-ducers and the production chain for tex-tiles and nonwovens, textile research in-stitutes, universities and technical col-leges as well as suppliers to textile auxil-iaries and fiber and textile machinery. The main subjects will be new developments in fibers and yarns, technical textiles and textile composites, well-being and health with textiles, and nonwovens, with papers from 86 experts from 15 countries. New fibers The section Developments ...

23CChina 5 million tons textured yarns 2006\En\Melliand international\(02)\China 5 million tons textured yarns
 Fibers/Yarns In 2004 production of PET and PA textured yarns increased by 25% to 5.4 million tons. It is assumed that some 45% of PA filament yarn production is textile filament yarn and the remainder is industrial filament yarn. For polyester, virtually all filament yarn production is tex-tile filament yarn. Thus, production of textured yarns in China could reach 1.1 million tons in 2010, with poly-ester accounting for 98%. Total polyester textured yarn imports into China fell from 1.3 million tons in 1998 to 69,500 tons in 2001.

24CStatistics Fibre Consumption for Technical Textiles in the USA 2006\En\Technical Textile Markets\0604\Statistics Fibre Consumption for Technical Textiles in the USA
 In home textiles, cotton accounts for a high share of fibre usage but volumes remain small As in apparel, cotton remains the most important fibre used in home textiles manufacture. Together, the 93 mn lb drop in synthetics consumption accounted for 50% of the drop in all fibre consumption for home textiles. Fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer uses rose slightly in 2005 Fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer applications rose slightly in 2005. Overall, synthetic filament consumption fell in 2005 Overall, US consumption of synthetic filament yarn in industrial ...

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

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Nadpis    ITMA Asia2005 Survey4
Abstrakt    Examples are a POY bicomponent spinner producing microfibres of >0.1 d/f or a bicomponent FDY filament line, eight threadlines/position, 7,000 m/min. They will also produce to order research units and pilot equipment (virtually all melt-spinnable polymers have been tested on Hills systems). Feinpruef spinning pumps (gear pumps, metering pumps) are still made by Mahr Metering Systems but with many changes; their discharge capaci-ties have been increased, their energy consumption lowered, their quality im-proved and the required investment less-ened. to 6,000 ml/rev, the maximum working ...
Dokument    M:\Odborna periodika\2006\En\Textile Asia\(01 leden)\ITMA Asia2005 Survey4

|... godet groups: All-in-One, water-cooled with integrated controls for textile or industrial yarns; Standard, for the draw sections of PA, PE and PP spinning lines, and Small/Col ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    MARKET REPORT
Abstrakt    According to the Japan Chemical Fibers Association, the production volume of polyester filament in April fell 6.4% from a year earlier to 22,070 tons. Price-hikes by polyester staple fiber (PSF) producers have begun to get established in the market Toray Industries, Inc. announced a price rise of 20 yen/kg starting from April shipment, while Teijin Fiber Limited announced price rises of 10 yen for PSF made of virgin materials and 20 yen for PSF made of regen-erated materials. Cotton Woven Fabrics Market Prices on Downward Trend Against a backdrop of shrinking demand, market prices of ...
Dokument    2006\En\Asian Textile Business\(07 cervenec)\MARKET REPORT

|... ng-off for knitted fabrics where vehicle applications are vital and for general industrial materials as well. In the case of pongee made of regular yarn, prices fell in January-M ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Niche concentration
Abstrakt    In addition to its extensive range of flame retardants, waterproofing coatings and polymer additives, it will feature Pyrapex, a melt-spinnable flame retardant additive for polyesters and polyamides. "Our target markets include textile fibres and fabrics used in apparel, awnings and tents, filters and home furnishings," he said. "We will be promoting our value-added effects for the technical textiles and nonwovens markets," said company spokeswoman Carole Smargon. innovations add performance benefits to the technical textiles market," says Mark Snider, technical markets manager for ...
Dokument    2006\En\Textile Month\Issue 1\Niche concentration

|... followed by China, which is rapidly expanding. Our recent acquisition of Diolen Industrial Fibers in North America strengthens our stake in this market." Reinvention Shakesp ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Innovaton for technical textles
Abstrakt    In a keynote address Dr Julian Ellis (Ellis Developments Ltd, Nottingham, UK) stressed that the potential for UK technical textiles was dependent upon: • delivering consistently high quality goods / services; • introducing new products; • investing in more efficient production processes; and • creating new markets. The UK Technology Strategy depended upon seven identifiable strands, namely: • sustainable consumption / production through competitive and profitable products and services; • a Healthcare Innovating Society; • a sustainable and productive modern built environment; • the ...
Dokument    2006\En\Textile Horizons\(09-10 zari-rijen)\Innovaton for technical textles

|... ter (34%), polyamide (18%) and polypropylene (14%) largely dominated the global industrial fibres market (10.8 million tonnes). It was considered by Opus Consultants that the en ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

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Nadpis    Global textile fiber production more than 70 mill t
Abstrakt    In 2005 Saurer AG, Winterthur/Switzerland estimated an increase of the global textile fiber production of 2.2% to 70.1 million tons (Fig. Synthetics have mar-ginally lost market share as a result of a 0.3% decrease to 34.6 million tons (Table 1). Polyester fibers The Polyester fiber industry was stagnant at 24.5 million tons with double-digit growth in industrial filament yarns, staple fiber increased at 0.8% and textile fila-ment yarns declined by 1.1 %. The Chinese polyester fiber industry cov-ers more than half the world's polyester fiber and yarn business. Polyamide fibers Polyamide ...
Dokument    2006\En\Melliand international\(01)\Global textile fiber production more than 70 mill t

|... er fiber industry was stagnant at 24.5 million tons with double-digit growth in industrial filament yarns, staple fiber increased at 0.8% and textile fila-ment yarns declined by 1.1 %. The Chinese po ...|... ons. While the BCF carpet yarn segment consolidated on a high lev-el, output of industrial yarns increased by 0.8%. Meanwhile, textile yarns (-8.6%) and staple fibers (-8.3%) h ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 DEVELOPMENTS
Abstrakt    The American fibers market F. Horn, Fiber Economics Bureau, American Fiber Manufacturers Association, Arlington/USA The decade 1995 through 2005 has been one of radical change for the North American manufactured fiber industry. Variation of fibers properties can be also accomplished by mani-fold chemical variations of functional polymers forming electrospun fibers. BASF, as a leading producer of ionic liquids, investigates the technical conversion of the preparation of cellulosic fibers using ionic liquids in cooperation with the Institute of Textile Chemistry and Chemical Fibers (ITCF), ...
Dokument    2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\04\45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 DEVELOPMENTS

|... markets alongside Western Europe. Potential alternatives to high tenacity rayon industrial filament yarn in tire and non-tire applications will also be considered and their potential a ...|... pilling resistance, thermal insulation, and natural fiber hand. New industrial fiber and applications based on biopolymers D. De Saedeleir, DS Fibers, Dendermonde ...|... rns, carpets and technical nonwovens. The company was able to spin a PLA staple-fiber on an industrial compact spinning line. Sommer Needlepunch, a leader in event-carpets, made the ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

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Nadpis    Rieter Innovations for Filament Yarn
Abstrakt    Latest Developments for Tire-Cord Process The production of tire cords has very high requirements in terms of quality, production stability and economics. Complete Tire-Cord & Industrial Yarn Extrusion Line Rieter is a leading manufacturer of extrusion components to produce industrial yarn and tire cords. has further developed the well-estab-lished extrusion process, and now offers complete systems for tire cords and industrial filaments with improved extrusion components. New CP10 Cabling Machine for Best Tire-Cord Quality The tire-cord production process is optimally completed with the...
Dokument    2006\En\Asian Textile Business\(01 leden)\Rieter Innovations for Filament Yarn

|... experience in fiber engineering and machinery supply, Rieter offers a complete industrial yarn system from chips to cabled yarn. The unique features of the machines and compo ...|... n allows reductions in production and conver-sion costs. Complete Tire-Cord & Industrial Yarn Extrusion Line Rieter is a leading manufacturer of extrusion components to produce industrial yarn and tire cords. Every component is designed to fit into the most optimized extr ...|... lity, quality trace-ability, economy and ergonomics. UT 50: The Most Flexible Industrial Yarn Twisting Machine A characteristic of the industrial filament business is the ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Stretch Fibers
Abstrakt    While the spandex market has fallen mainly due to major increases in spandex equipment in China, restructuring of the industry has been accelerated. However, China's spandex produc-tion capacity has rapidly increased to 210,000 tons to make the world's production capacity 340,000-350,000 tons, causing a large over-supply. Stretch Fibers in Japan Spandex Producers Developing Functional Yarn Although polyurethane elastomeric yarn (spandex) business was once highly profitable, it has entered a diffi-cult phase. About five years ago nearly all Japanese spandex producers increased their ...
Dokument    2006\En\Asian Textile Business\(01 leden)\Stretch Fibers

|... yarn, Asahi Kasei Fibers has placed special emphasis on the development of the industrial material sector. It will inten-sify research and development center- ing around this particular sector because its capability to develop new yarns for entry into industrial materi-als will hold the key to "Roica" on a long-range basis. In the meantime, its ...|... wly emerging applications such as sportswear, inner- and underwear, linings and industrial materials. PTT fiber does not offer stretchabil-ity alone. Other major advantages in ...|... mical Company, the U.S. At the beginning of marketing "Dow-XLA", Toyobo assumed industrial materials application as its main marketing sector because of its high durability such as ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Saurer Slower Growth Marks Manmade Fiber Year05
Abstrakt    Manmade fibers remained nearly unchanged at 38.1 million tons, losing in relative market position at 53.9%. On a world basis, fiber demand of cot-ton, wool, silk and manmade fiber has increased by 3.8% to 64.8 million tons, slightly above the average annual long-term growth rate of 3.2% (1980-2005). While staple fibers, the raw material for spun yarn and nonwo-vens, rose by 4.9% to 44.4 million tons, filament yarns increased by 1.3% to 20.4 million tons. Spun yarn versus filament yarn Spun yarn dominates the world market with a 64% share.
Dokument    2006\En\International Fiber Journal\(03)\Saurer Slower Growth Marks Manmade Fiber Year05

|... the domestic consumption. The Chinese mill consumption relies to 58% on textile yarns, 24% on industri-al yarns and 18% on carpet yarns. In the staple fiber sector, Chinese indus-try raised p ...|... On the filament side, we have seen a sharp drop in textile yarns by 7.2% while industrial yarns, pre-dominantly manufactured in Greater Europe, remained nearly unchanged. The ...|... ndustry in the Americas and Western Europe with strong decreases in textile and industrial yarn production each. In contrast, the output of carpet yarn in the Americas nearly ...|... The clo-sure may add momentum to the shrinkage of the local textile industry. INDUSTRIAL YARN Industrial yarns, characterized by high tenacity, comprise polyester, polyamide, polypropylene a ...|... e, the Americas have sig-nificantly lost ground. Despite the ris-ing demand for industrial-use yarns, margins continuously fell off, resulting in the closure of some facilities. Th ...|... nufac-turers in South Korea and Taiwan. Last year's consumption of conventional industrial yarns was higher than HMLS yarns. In HMLS-capacity for tires, fully integrated compan ...|... ipment in-house were mainly directing invest-ments into this field. Polyamide industrial yarns are still the most important fiber type in vol-ume terms although slightly losi ...|... rease of imports by 23% to 83,000 tons. The chart below shows leading polyester industrial yarn trading countries. Despite already existing excess capacity in China, leading players will continue to expand. India, a classical market for polyamide industrial yarns, shows increasing interest in the con-struction of local polyester industrial yarn capacities. CARPETYARN Demand for carpet yarns continued to increase but at ...|... % to 1.1 million tons. Independent of the major reallocation in the textile and industrial yarn busi-ness, 85% of the carpet yarn output still comes from the United States and ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    TT_Global market trends for industrial yarns
Abstrakt    In 2006 Oerlikon Textile estimated the global production of 2.6 million tons (+5.1%). Those yarns are predominantly used in the automotive industry, which managed to increase its output volume by 4%. The global passenger car production rose 3.8% to 57 million and commercial vehicles rose 5% to 10.6 million. Europe increased its output by 2.2% to 21.3 million units. Both segments managed to generate higher volumes with PET increasing by 7.3% to nearly 1.1 million tons and PA going up by 4.5% exceeding 1.1 million tons.
Dokument    2007\EN\Technical Textiles\3.q\TT_Global market trends for industrial yarns

Industry News Global market trends for industrial yarns Industrial yarns, characterized by high-tenacity, comprise polyester, polyamide, polypropylene, ...|... nearly 1.1 million tons and PA going up by 4.5% exceeding 1.1 million tons. PA industrial yarns have seen strong declines in the Americas by 5%. The contribution from Greater ...|... Europe held its 22% market share. The development of the market for polyester industrial yarns can be described in a similar way with Asia raising its market share from 40% i ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Record Attendance at Dornbirn Fiber Forum
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    2007\EN\International Fiber Journal\(06)\Record Attendance at Dornbirn Fiber Forum

|... of this year's congress. Jan Dortmans, director, research & technology, Diolen Industrial Fibers, the Netherlands, pointed out that the polyester industrial yarn market is growing by 2.5-4% a year for technical yarn and tire cord, principall ...|... nforcement materials and new markets. He said that to remain leading players, industrial yarn producers must develop new and improved polyester yarn types for existing marke ...|... the polyphenylene sulfide (PPS)-based yarn Diofort, which has been approved as industrial sewing yarn in several hot-gas filtration applications. Dr. Jens Neumann-Rodekirch of Nex ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Markets in industrial fibers - aramids and other high-performance fibers
Abstrakt    Markets in industrial fibers - aramids and other high-performance fibers This paper examines evolving global developments in low volume markets for high value, specialty industrial yarns such as aramids. Aramids are to be found usually as paraaramids and meta-aramids: the paraaramids offering a high modulus with strength and toughness, high chemical resistance and low electrical conductivity, low thermal shrinkage, dimensional stability and cut and flame-resistance; the meta-aramids offering heat, flame, chemical and UV resistance, low electrical conductivity and abrasion resistance. The ...
Dokument    2007\EN\Technical Textiles\2.q\Markets in industrial fibers - aramids and other high-performance fibers

Markets in industrial fibers - aramids and other high-performance fibers This paper examines evolving global developments in low volume markets for high value, specialty industrial yarns such as aramids. Aramids are to be found usually as paraaramids and met ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Global market trends for industrial yarns
Abstrakt    Industrial yarns, characterized by high-tenacity, comprise polyester, polyamide, polypropylene, viscose and carbon fibers. In 2006 Oerlikon Textile estimated the global production of 2.6 million tons (+51%). Those yarns are predominantly used in the automotive industry, which managed to increase its output volume by 4%. The global passenger car production rose 3.8% to 57 million and commercial vehicles rose 5% to 10.6 million. Europe increased its output by 2.2% to 21.3 million units. Both segments managed to generate higher volumes with PET increasing by 7.3% to nearly 1.1 million tons ...
Dokument    2007\EN\Melliand international\(03)\Global market trends for industrial yarns

Global market trends for industrial yarns Industrial yarns, characterized by high-tenacity, comprise polyester, polyamide, polypropylene, ...|... .1 million tons and PA going up by 4.5% slightly exceeding 1.1 million tons. PA industrial yarns have seen strong declines in the Americas by 5%. The contribution from Greater ...|... Europe held its 22% market share. The development of the market for polyester industrial yarns can be described in a similar way with Asia raising its market share from 40% i ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Rhodia Fibres now Nexis Fibers
Abstrakt    The fiber producers will in future conduct business under the name Nexis Fibers, derived from Next generation of Industrial yarns and Specialty fibers, and the company headquarters will be Nexis Fibers AG, Emmenbrucke/Switzerland. Nexis Fibers GmbH, Neumunster/Ger-many, produces technical staple fibers under the new market name Nexylon (PA 6, PA 66, PA 6.10) and Nexylene (PPS). The production of polyamide fibers by Rhodia Fibers SA, Valence/France, remains with Rhodia. PA 6 and PA 66 fibers and yarns for the carpet industry (including BCF yarns) and PA staple fibers for the textile ...
Dokument    2007\EN\Melliand international\(01)\Rhodia Fibres now Nexis Fibers

|... e conduct business under the name Nexis Fibers, derived from Next generation of Industrial yarns and Specialty fibers, and the company headquarters will be Nexis Fibers AG, Emmenbrucke/Switzerland. ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Huntsman targets technical textiles
Abstrakt    Huntsman targets technical textiles Huntsman has identified the technical textiles sector as a major source of growth. Chemical producer Huntsman has signalled that its recent acquisition of Ciba Specialty Chemicals' Textile Effects division will lead to an increased emphasis on technical textiles. Under the Huntsman structure, Textile Effects is part of a new division called Materials and Effects, where it is combined with the company's Advanced Materials operation. Applications include curtains, mattresses, technical textiles, automotive applications and construction materials.
Dokument    2007\EN\Textile Horizons\(01-02_leden-unor)\Huntsman targets technical textiles

|... chnical textiles and other high-performance applications including building and industrial materials, protective apparel, medical and sports textiles. Dicrylan S, W and C coating ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Markets in industrial fibers - aramids and other high-performance fibers
Abstrakt    Markets in industrial fibers - aramids and other high-performance fibers Alasdair Carmichael, PCI Fibres, Hong Kong This paper examines evolving global developments in low volume markets for high value, specialty industrial yarns such as aramids. Aramids are to be found usually as para-aramids and meta-aramids: the para-ara-mids offering a high modulus with strength and toughness, high chemical resistance and low electrical conductivity, low thermal shrinkage, dimensional stability and cut and flame-resistance; the meta-aramids offering heat, flame, chemical and UV resistance, low ...
Dokument    2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\01-02\Markets in industrial fibers - aramids and other high-performance fibers

Markets in industrial fibers - aramids and other high-performance fibers Alasdair Carmichael, PCI Fibres ...|... es evolving global developments in low volume markets for high value, specialty industrial yarns such as aramids. Aramids are to be found usually as para-aramids and meta- ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Global polyester production +8,4percent
Abstrakt    Due to a revision of Chinese chemical fiber production figures, the total 2005 output had to be amended to a volume of 71.1 million tons. While cellulosic fibers have continued their six-year growth development rising by 5.9% to 3.4 million tons, synthetic fibers went up by 6.4% to 37.8 million tons. While staple fiber grew 7.9% to 11.7 million tons, filament yarns rose by 8.8% to 16.0 million tons. Meanwhile, the contribution from Greater Europe and the Americas declined by about 7%. Polyamide fibers +2.4% Global polyamide fiber production rose slightly by 2.4% to 4.1 million tons.
Dokument    2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\01-02\Global polyester production +8,4percent

|... lobal production advanced 8.4% to 27.7 million tons. All segments - textile and industrial yarns as well as staple fibers - have made a contribution to this growth. While stapl ...|... ile the entire textile filament yarn business further declined. The small-scale industrial filament yarn segment enjoyed higher volumes driven by stronger demand from the tire cord ind ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Rhodia Fibres now Nexis Fibers
Abstrakt    The fiber producers will in future conduct business under the name Nexis Fibers, derived from Next generation of Industrial yarns and Specialty fibers, and the company headquarters will be Nexis Fibers AG, EmmenbriJcke/Switzerland. Nexis Fibers GmbH, Neumünster/Germa-ny, produces technical staple fibers under the new market name Nexylon (PA 6, PA 66, PA 6.10) and Nexylene (PPS). The production of polyamide fibers by Rhodia Fibres SA, Valence/France, remains with Rhodia. PA 66 fibers for the carpet industry and PA staple fibers for technical applications are produced here.
Dokument    2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\01-02\Rhodia Fibres now Nexis Fibers

|... e conduct business under the name Nexis Fibers, derived from Next generation of Industrial yarns and Specialty fibers, and the company headquarters will be Nexis Fibers AG, EmmenbriJcke/Switzerland ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

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Nadpis    Indonesia Ecomony Growing by 5,6procent in 2006
Abstrakt    Economy Returns to Pre-Crisis Level Market confidence in the Indonesian economy has returned to the pre-Asian crisis level, according to Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati. The increase in production activities including the import of capital goods and chemical goods is important factor of the growth. Textile & Apparel Industries Growing Apparel Exports The textile and apparel industries are important industrial sectors for Indonesia as they contribute significantly to the nation's economy, and are the largest provider of employment and a leading source of export earnings. Recently, ...
Dokument    2007\EN\Asian Textile Business\atb 2007 1\Indonesia Ecomony Growing by 5,6procent in 2006

|... Share of Apparel P.T. Marubeni Indonesia's textile business includes trade in fibers, yarn, industrial materials, fabrics and apparel. Fibers, yarns and industrial materials accounted for approximately 65%, fabrics for 25% and apparel 10%. Ken Suda, G ...|... uture. In apparel operations, endeavors are being made to use more locally made materials. Industrial materials including tire- cord yarn and fabrics and nonwovens are hopeful items for ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Rhodia Fibres now Nexis Fibers
Abstrakt    The fiber producers will in future conduct business under the name Nexis Fibers, derived from Next generation of industrial yarns and Specialty fibers, and the company headquarters will be Nexis Fibers AG, Emmenbrucke/Switzerland. Nexis Fibers GmbH, Neumunster/Ger-many, produces technical staple fibers under the new market name Nexylon (PA 6, PA 66, PA 6.10) and Nexylene (PPS). The production of polyamide fibers by Rhodia Fibres SA, Valence/France, remains with Rhodia. PA 6 and PA 66 fibers and yarns for the carpet industry (including BCF yarns) and PA staple fibers for the textile ...
Dokument    2007\EN\Technical Textiles\1.q\Rhodia Fibres now Nexis Fibers

|... e conduct business under the name Nexis Fibers, derived from Next generation of industrial yarns and Specialty fibers, and the company headquarters will be Nexis Fibers AG, Emmenbrucke/Switzerland. ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    China, South Asia, Drive Polyester Fiber Demand
Abstrakt    Of all the major natural and manmade fiber types, polyester - polyethylene terephthalate (PET) - continues to offer the most economic production route and a competitive range of textile properties. The 11th Polyester and PET Chain Congress held in December 2006 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, heard that high global polyester growth would continue to be driven by fiber demand and by China and South Asia. On the second and third days, parallel sessions addressing developments in polyester polymers, fibers, nonwovens and catalysts were featured, as well as presentations on resins, bottles and...
Dokument    2007\EN\International Fiber Journal\(01)\China, South Asia, Drive Polyester Fiber Demand

|... -modified polyesters. Jan Dortmans, manager, Research and Engineering, Diolen Industrial Fibers (The Netherlands), outlined developments in mature markets, introducing Diofort ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    0.99
Nadpis    Dornbirn2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens
Abstrakt    The yearly Man-Made Fibers Congress Dornbirn in Dornbirn/Austria offers a unique European platform for the ex-change of know-how between fiber pro-ducers and the production chain for tex-tiles and nonwovens, textile research in-stitutes, universities and technical col-leges as well as suppliers to textile auxil-iaries and fiber and textile machinery. The main subjects will be new developments in fibers and yarns, technical textiles and textile composites, well-being and health with textiles, and nonwovens, with papers from 86 experts from 15 countries. New fibers The section Developments ...
Dokument    2006\En\Melliand international\(02)\Dornbirn2006 new fibers technical textiles nonwovens

|... formance yarns, nanofibers technologies for the manufacturing of fine cellulose fibers, new industrial applications and end-uses for PLA fibers, micro-cellular polyester, bicomponent ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    0.99
Nadpis    China 5 million tons textured yarns
Abstrakt    Fibers/Yarns In 2004 production of PET and PA textured yarns increased by 25% to 5.4 million tons. It is assumed that some 45% of PA filament yarn production is textile filament yarn and the remainder is industrial filament yarn. For polyester, virtually all filament yarn production is tex-tile filament yarn. Thus, production of textured yarns in China could reach 1.1 million tons in 2010, with poly-ester accounting for 98%. Total polyester textured yarn imports into China fell from 1.3 million tons in 1998 to 69,500 tons in 2001.
Dokument    2006\En\Melliand international\(02)\China 5 million tons textured yarns

|... 5% of PA filament yarn production is textile filament yarn and the remainder is industrial filament yarn. For polyester, virtually all filament yarn production is tex-tile filament yar ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Industrial yarn

Váha    0.99
Nadpis    Statistics Fibre Consumption for Technical Textiles in the USA
Abstrakt    In home textiles, cotton accounts for a high share of fibre usage but volumes remain small As in apparel, cotton remains the most important fibre used in home textiles manufacture. Together, the 93 mn lb drop in synthetics consumption accounted for 50% of the drop in all fibre consumption for home textiles. Fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer uses rose slightly in 2005 Fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer applications rose slightly in 2005. Overall, synthetic filament consumption fell in 2005 Overall, US consumption of synthetic filament yarn in industrial ...
Dokument    2006\En\Technical Textile Markets\0604\Statistics Fibre Consumption for Technical Textiles in the USA

|... Again this sector has traditionally been regarded as fairly "import proof. Fibre usage in industrial and other consumer applications also rose slowly, but managed to increase its share There was also a rise in fibre usage in industrial and other consumer applications in 2004-although, at 37 mn lb or 0.9%, the increase was minor. Nevertheless, the share of fibres used in industrial and other consumer applications rose by 0.9 percentage points in 2005, to 31.1% ...|... trial and other consumer applications moved ahead of apparel in 2004 Usage of fibre in industrial and other consumer applications moved ahead of apparel in 2004 and consolidated ...|... counted for only 0.6% of total fibre consumption in this category in 2005. FIBRE CONSUMPTION IN INDUSTRIAL AND OTHER CONSUMER MARKETS Fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer uses rose slightly in 2005 Fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer applications rose slightly in 2005. At 4,307 mn lb, usage wa ...|... e This increase was offset, however, by a fall in usage of synthetic filament yarn in industrial and other consumer markets, with consumption down by 54 mn lb or 3.2%. Cel ...|... r the fourth consecutive year, to just 5 mn lb. Table 5: USA: trends in fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer applications by fibre type, 2001-05 2001 ...|... Over the four years to 2005, usage rose by 4.7% Over the longer term, total fibre usage in industrial and other consumer markets increased by 193 mn lb in absolute terms, or 4.7%, d ...|... ed the main fibre types in 2005- Synthetic staple remained the most important fibre type in industrial and other consumer applications in 2005, having increased its share to over 50% ...|... rrow fabrics and sewing thread (Table 6). Table 6: USA: trends in total fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer applications by end use, 2001-05 Volume (mn ...|... slightly, but there were variations by end use In 2005 alone, consumption of fibres for industrial and other consumer applications grew slightly. Usage was up by only 37 mn lb, o ...|... r 8.0%, drop in transportation fabrics. CONSUMPTION OF SYNTHETIC STAPLE FIBRE IN INDUSTRIAL AND OTHER CONSUMER APPLICATIONS Synthetic staple usage grew by 2.4% in 2005 after rising by 5.5% in 2004 Consumption of synthetic staple fibre in industrial and other consumer applications rose by 52 mn lb, or 2.4%, in 2005 following a ...|... ption rose by 9.9% Taking a longer-term view, consumption of synthetic staple fibre in industrial and other consumer type products rose by 196 mn lb, or 9.9%, during the four ye ...|... 2.6%). years by a lbor lbor Table 7: USA: trends in synthetic staple fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer applications by end use, 2001-05 Volume (mn ...|... , and ropes and cordage respectively. CONSUMPTION OF SYNTHETIC FILAMENT YARN IN INDUSTRIAL AND OTHER CONSUMER APPLICATIONS Leading uses for synthetic filament includ ...|... cordage, and narrow fabrics The largest single end use for synthetic filament yarn in industrial and other consumer applications is tyres. Excluding miscellaneous applications, ...|... lament consumption fell in 2005 Overall, US consumption of synthetic filament yarn in industrial and other consumer applications declined in 2005-by 54 mn lb, or 3.2%. Usa ...|... narrow fabrics (up 4 mn lb). Table 8: USA: trends in synthetic filament yarn consumption in industrial and other consumer applications by end use, 2001-05 V ...|... during the four years between 2001 and 2005, consumption of synthetic filament yarn for industrial and other consumer applications declined by a modest 35 mn lb, or 2.1%. Si ...|

 

 

 

 

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1DInnovaton for technical textles2006\En\Textile Horizons\(09-10 zari-rijen)\Innovaton for technical textles
 In a keynote address Dr Julian Ellis (Ellis Developments Ltd, Nottingham, UK) stressed that the potential for UK technical textiles was dependent upon: • delivering consistently high quality goods / services; • introducing new products; • investing in more efficient production processes; and • creating new markets. The UK Technology Strategy depended upon seven identifiable strands, namely: • sustainable consumption / production through competitive and profitable products and services; • a Healthcare Innovating Society; • a sustainable and productive modern built environment; • the ...

2DRUSSIA Structure of PP fiber industry2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\06\RUSSIA Structure of PP fiber industry
 International News RUSSIA Structure of PP fiber industry According to figures from the CIRFS, Brussels/Belgium, on the basis of Russian statistics, production of PP fibers decreased in total by 14% to approx. 19,000 tons, whereby BCF yarns and textile filament yarns were only 340 tons (previous year 410 tons). tapes (+1 %), while staple fiber production in 2005 fell by a third. The production of PP spunbonds increased by 7% to 2,470 tons. In contrast, production of technical polyamide yarns increased by 7% to 58,130 tons, whilst production of technical polyester yarns only reached 500 ...

3D

Serbian grants to Italian clothing manufacturers

2006\En\Textiles Eastern Europe\(12 prosinec)\TEEDEC06
 SERBIA'S Investment and Export Promotion Agency (SIEPA) has signed an agreement with Italian clothing manufacturers Pompea and Fulgar concerning their receipt of grants from the National Investment Plan aimed at encouraging investments in the Serbian economy. Socks and underwear maker Pompea and yarn producer Fulgar are building new factories in the business zone in Zrenjanin. Pompea's investment includes the construction of a factory for the production of socks and related accessories on a total area of 30,000 m2. E-mail: pompea@pompea.com ROMANIA UCO Raymond opens mill ONE of Europe's ...

4DTechtextil_Avantex 20072007\EN\Textile Asia\(07-cervenec)\Techtextil_Avantex 2007
 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.

5DTrends for natural fiber reinforced composites2006\En\Technical Textiles\2.q\Trends for natural fiber reinforced composites
 Today natural fibers rein-forced composites (NFC) are a trend ma-terial in the manufacture of components for the automobile industry. Through the combination with natural fibers man-made materials achieve a higher degree of stiffness at lesser density compared to glass fiber equivalents. Compared to the glass fiber reinforced materials that were used until now, the natural fiber reinforced composites are significantly lighter, saving weight. In the German automobile industry more than 180,000 t natural fiber reinforced composites were used in 2005, including composites with reclaimed ...

6DNew developments on fibers2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\05\New developments on fibers
 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 ...

7DMeccaniche Moderne innovations for TT2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\02\Meccaniche Moderne innovations for TT
 Today, in addition to "standard technolo-gies", Meccaniche Moderne is in condi-tion to propose alternate technical solu-tions for staple fiber lines, spunbond lines, meltblown lines and lines for com-posite nonwovens, monofilament lines, tape lines, strap lines and composite long-fiber reinforced sheet lines. Staple fiber lines The company was a pioneer in staple fiber lines starting from its annular head staple fiber spinning concept patented in the early 1980's already. The successful PET dryerless solu-tion developed for staple fibers will soon be available for Meccaniche Moderne's ...

8D45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 DEVELOPMENTS2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\04\45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 DEVELOPMENTS
 The American fibers market F. Horn, Fiber Economics Bureau, American Fiber Manufacturers Association, Arlington/USA The decade 1995 through 2005 has been one of radical change for the North American manufactured fiber industry. Variation of fibers properties can be also accomplished by mani-fold chemical variations of functional polymers forming electrospun fibers. BASF, as a leading producer of ionic liquids, investigates the technical conversion of the preparation of cellulosic fibers using ionic liquids in cooperation with the Institute of Textile Chemistry and Chemical Fibers (ITCF), ...

9DTechnical Textiles -a source of innovation since 50 year2007\EN\Technical Textiles\1.q\Technical Textiles -a source of innovation since 50 year
 Technical Textiles - a source of innovation since 50 years Prof. Dr.-lng. The origins for today's journal "Technical Textiles/Technische Textilien" was "Mit-teilungen für die Bastfaserindustrie" (news for the bast fiber industry). The publisher and person responsible for the contents was Prof. Ulrich Liebscher, who founded the central research and development center of the bast fiber industry in Dresden/Germany on April 1, 1957, which he directed until offered a Chair at the Technical University of Chemnitz, Chemnitz/Germany, in 1960. Even today after 50 years, "Technical Textiles" still...

10DChina, South Asia, Drive Polyester Fiber Demand2007\EN\International Fiber Journal\(01)\China, South Asia, Drive Polyester Fiber Demand
 Of all the major natural and manmade fiber types, polyester - polyethylene terephthalate (PET) - continues to offer the most economic production route and a competitive range of textile properties. The 11th Polyester and PET Chain Congress held in December 2006 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, heard that high global polyester growth would continue to be driven by fiber demand and by China and South Asia. On the second and third days, parallel sessions addressing developments in polyester polymers, fibers, nonwovens and catalysts were featured, as well as presentations on resins, bottles and...

11DTurkish textile industry and role of the cotton2006\En\Melliand international\(02)\Turkish textile industry and role of the cotton
 The aim of the research presented in this paper is to give information about pro-duction, consumption, imports and exports of cotton yarn and investments in short staple machinery in Turkey. As raw cotton exports decreased, yarn exports, meanwhile, increased [1]. In the period between 1970 and 1990, investments in the spinning industry carried on building ring spinning facilities. Turkey ranked second biggest cotton fiber importer so it has a big role in the cotton fiber prices in the world. Today, Turkey is the 7th largest cotton producer with a 4% share and 5th biggest cotton yarn ...

12DWorld market for Technical Textiles 20122007\EN\Technical Textiles\2.q\World market for Technical Textiles 2012
 The new report "World Markets for Technical Textiles to 2012" comes from the publisher of the magazine Technical Textiles International and has been researched and written by experts assembled by the internationally organization Comite International de la Rayonne et des Fibres Synthetiques (CIRFS), Brussels/Belgium. The market study describes the technical aspects of technical textiles including the fibers used in the manufacture of technical textiles, manufacturing processes and technological change. The report includes 77 detailed tables giving properties and suitables of different ...

13DInnovative yarn structures for technical textiles2007\EN\Technical Textiles\1.q\Innovative yarn structures for technical textiles
 With a sales volume of approx. € 60 billion, technical textiles are today the fastest growing sector in the textile industry. High-performance fibers such as glass fiber carbon and aramid are used for a wide range of applications too. Currently, only approx. 10 % of all fibers used in the domain of technical textiles are made into technical yarns. Twist imparted through these processes improves yarn properties like grip, friction properties, tensile strength and elasticity without the application of chemical treatments.

 

 

 

 

 

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 Production of special yarn

Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Innovaton for technical textles
Abstrakt    In a keynote address Dr Julian Ellis (Ellis Developments Ltd, Nottingham, UK) stressed that the potential for UK technical textiles was dependent upon: • delivering consistently high quality goods / services; • introducing new products; • investing in more efficient production processes; and • creating new markets. The UK Technology Strategy depended upon seven identifiable strands, namely: • sustainable consumption / production through competitive and profitable products and services; • a Healthcare Innovating Society; • a sustainable and productive modern built environment; • the ...
Dokument    2006\En\Textile Horizons\(09-10 zari-rijen)\Innovaton for technical textles

|... other end uses. At present, China, North America and Western Europe dominated technical fibre production, followed by South East Asia, India and South America. Polyester (34%), polyami ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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  Production of special yarn

Váha    0.99
Nadpis    RUSSIA Structure of PP fiber industry
Abstrakt    International News RUSSIA Structure of PP fiber industry According to figures from the CIRFS, Brussels/Belgium, on the basis of Russian statistics, production of PP fibers decreased in total by 14% to approx. 19,000 tons, whereby BCF yarns and textile filament yarns were only 340 tons (previous year 410 tons). tapes (+1 %), while staple fiber production in 2005 fell by a third. The production of PP spunbonds increased by 7% to 2,470 tons. In contrast, production of technical polyamide yarns increased by 7% to 58,130 tons, whilst production of technical polyester yarns only reached 500 ...
Dokument    2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\06\RUSSIA Structure of PP fiber industry

|... ird. The production of PP spunbonds increased by 7% to 2,470 tons. In contrast, production of technical polyamide yarns increased by 7% to 58,130 tons, whilst production of technical polyester yarns only reached 500 tons (previously 420 tons). 334 Chemical Fibers Internati ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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  Production of special yarn

Váha    0.99
Nadpis   

Serbian grants to Italian clothing manufacturers

Abstrakt    SERBIA'S Investment and Export Promotion Agency (SIEPA) has signed an agreement with Italian clothing manufacturers Pompea and Fulgar concerning their receipt of grants from the National Investment Plan aimed at encouraging investments in the Serbian economy. Socks and underwear maker Pompea and yarn producer Fulgar are building new factories in the business zone in Zrenjanin. Pompea's investment includes the construction of a factory for the production of socks and related accessories on a total area of 30,000 m2. E-mail: pompea@pompea.com ROMANIA UCO Raymond opens mill ONE of Europe's ...
Dokument    2006\En\Textiles Eastern Europe\(12 prosinec)\TEEDEC06

|... er manufactures yarn at five sites in Austria, Czech Republic and Germany. Main products are knitting yarn, technical yarn, yarn for automotive textiles, functional yarn and hand-knitting yarn. The Schoeller ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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  Production of special yarn

Váha    0.99
Nadpis    Techtextil_Avantex 2007
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    2007\EN\Textile Asia\(07-cervenec)\Techtextil_Avantex 2007

|... for prosperous new markets. 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 polym ...|... eveloped into 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 PA ...|... bres 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 di ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Váha    0.98
Nadpis    Trends for natural fiber reinforced composites
Abstrakt    Today natural fibers rein-forced composites (NFC) are a trend ma-terial in the manufacture of components for the automobile industry. Through the combination with natural fibers man-made materials achieve a higher degree of stiffness at lesser density compared to glass fiber equivalents. Compared to the glass fiber reinforced materials that were used until now, the natural fiber reinforced composites are significantly lighter, saving weight. In the German automobile industry more than 180,000 t natural fiber reinforced composites were used in 2005, including composites with reclaimed ...
Dokument    2006\En\Technical Textiles\2.q\Trends for natural fiber reinforced composites

|... ides well selling protective helmets a boat (canoe) made by Invent is for sale. Technical products made of bamboo fibers with polymer matrices are pro-duced by PMG Geotex for the German market. The ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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 Production of special yarn

Váha    0.98
Nadpis    New developments on fibers
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    2007\EN\Chemical Fibers International\05\New developments on fibers

|... l 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 ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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 Production of special yarn

Váha    0.97
Nadpis    Meccaniche Moderne innovations for TT
Abstrakt    Today, in addition to "standard technolo-gies", Meccaniche Moderne is in condi-tion to propose alternate technical solu-tions for staple fiber lines, spunbond lines, meltblown lines and lines for com-posite nonwovens, monofilament lines, tape lines, strap lines and composite long-fiber reinforced sheet lines. Staple fiber lines The company was a pioneer in staple fiber lines starting from its annular head staple fiber spinning concept patented in the early 1980's already. The successful PET dryerless solu-tion developed for staple fibers will soon be available for Meccaniche Moderne's ...
Dokument    2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\02\Meccaniche Moderne innovations for TT

Fiber Production Meccaniche Moderne: innovations for technical textiles and nonwovens The Italian machinery company Meccaniche Moderne S. ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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 Production of special yarn

Váha    0.97
Nadpis    45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 DEVELOPMENTS
Abstrakt    The American fibers market F. Horn, Fiber Economics Bureau, American Fiber Manufacturers Association, Arlington/USA The decade 1995 through 2005 has been one of radical change for the North American manufactured fiber industry. Variation of fibers properties can be also accomplished by mani-fold chemical variations of functional polymers forming electrospun fibers. BASF, as a leading producer of ionic liquids, investigates the technical conversion of the preparation of cellulosic fibers using ionic liquids in cooperation with the Institute of Textile Chemistry and Chemical Fibers (ITCF), ...
Dokument    2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\04\45th Dornbirn Man-Made Fibers Congress2006 DEVELOPMENTS

|... tential of about 33%, what about textiles. DS Textile Platform is active in the product groups fibers and yarns, carpets and technical nonwovens. The company was able to spin a PLA staple-fiber on an industrial com ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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 Production of special yarn

Váha    0.96
Nadpis    Technical Textiles -a source of innovation since 50 yea
Abstrakt    Technical Textiles - a source of innovation since 50 years Prof. Dr.-lng. The origins for today's journal "Technical Textiles/Technische Textilien" was "Mit-teilungen für die Bastfaserindustrie" (news for the bast fiber industry). The publisher and person responsible for the contents was Prof. Ulrich Liebscher, who founded the central research and development center of the bast fiber industry in Dresden/Germany on April 1, 1957, which he directed until offered a Chair at the Technical University of Chemnitz, Chemnitz/Germany, in 1960. Even today after 50 years, "Technical Textiles" still...
Dokument    2007\EN\Technical Textiles\1.q\Technical Textiles -a source of innovation since 50 year

|... glass fibers, - 10 factories for the production of glass fiber in China, - production of nonwovens, - man-made fiber fabric for technical textiles, - steel fibers for the reinforcement of apparel and carpets, - ce ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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 Production of special yarn

Váha    0.96
Nadpis    China, South Asia, Drive Polyester Fiber Demand
Abstrakt    Of all the major natural and manmade fiber types, polyester - polyethylene terephthalate (PET) - continues to offer the most economic production route and a competitive range of textile properties. The 11th Polyester and PET Chain Congress held in December 2006 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, heard that high global polyester growth would continue to be driven by fiber demand and by China and South Asia. On the second and third days, parallel sessions addressing developments in polyester polymers, fibers, nonwovens and catalysts were featured, as well as presentations on resins, bottles and...
Dokument    2007\EN\International Fiber Journal\(01)\China, South Asia, Drive Polyester Fiber Demand

|... ent. Customers also have the flexibility to produce low internal viscosity (IV) products, such as textile fibers and bottle-grade, technical and tire-cord chips in one production line. Martin Miiller, managing director ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Váha    0.95
Nadpis    Turkish textile industry and role of the cotton
Abstrakt    The aim of the research presented in this paper is to give information about pro-duction, consumption, imports and exports of cotton yarn and investments in short staple machinery in Turkey. As raw cotton exports decreased, yarn exports, meanwhile, increased [1]. In the period between 1970 and 1990, investments in the spinning industry carried on building ring spinning facilities. Turkey ranked second biggest cotton fiber importer so it has a big role in the cotton fiber prices in the world. Today, Turkey is the 7th largest cotton producer with a 4% share and 5th biggest cotton yarn ...
Dokument    2006\En\Melliand international\(02)\Turkish textile industry and role of the cotton

|... nd building brands. As well as the thin combed cotton yarn that has high price, production of yarns such as fancy, chenille and other special yarns which have more competition power started be-coming important, recently. ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Váha    0.95
Nadpis    World market for Technical Textiles 2012
Abstrakt    The new report "World Markets for Technical Textiles to 2012" comes from the publisher of the magazine Technical Textiles International and has been researched and written by experts assembled by the internationally organization Comite International de la Rayonne et des Fibres Synthetiques (CIRFS), Brussels/Belgium. The market study describes the technical aspects of technical textiles including the fibers used in the manufacture of technical textiles, manufacturing processes and technological change. The report includes 77 detailed tables giving properties and suitables of different ...
Dokument    2007\EN\Technical Textiles\2.q\World market for Technical Textiles 2012

|... nological factors that are likely to influence the future regional demand for fibers and raw materials. In Europe production of technical textiles are forecast to rise from an estimated 1,635,000 tons in 2005 to 1,729 ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Nadpis    Innovative yarn structures for technical textiles
Abstrakt    With a sales volume of approx. € 60 billion, technical textiles are today the fastest growing sector in the textile industry. High-performance fibers such as glass fiber carbon and aramid are used for a wide range of applications too. Currently, only approx. 10 % of all fibers used in the domain of technical textiles are made into technical yarns. Twist imparted through these processes improves yarn properties like grip, friction properties, tensile strength and elasticity without the application of chemical treatments.
Dokument    2007\EN\Technical Textiles\1.q\Innovative yarn structures for technical textiles

|... avorable mechanical and delamination properties can be manufactured. Hybrid yarns are another novel structure for the production of technical textiles. They are multi-component yarns with a core-sheath composition. Usually high-modulus filament yarns of glass, c ...|

 

 

 

 

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1EStatistics Fibre Consumption for Technical Textiles in the USA 2006\En\Technical Textile Markets\0604\Statistics Fibre Consumption for Technical Textiles in the USA
 In home textiles, cotton accounts for a high share of fibre usage but volumes remain small As in apparel, cotton remains the most important fibre used in home textiles manufacture. Together, the 93 mn lb drop in synthetics consumption accounted for 50% of the drop in all fibre consumption for home textiles. Fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer uses rose slightly in 2005 Fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer applications rose slightly in 2005. Overall, synthetic filament consumption fell in 2005 Overall, US consumption of synthetic filament yarn in industrial ...

2ETencel lyocell fibers for carpets 2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\01\Tencel lyocell fibers for carpets
 The widespread introduc-tion of tufted carpets dramatically cut production costs and made carpets an af-fordable part of home decor. As a result, the carpet fiber market is domi-nated by oil-based synthetic fibers both in Western Europe and especially the USA. Carpet market The total weight of carpets produced an-nually in the USA and Western Europe combined amounts to around 4 million tons. Disposal of carpets The carpet industry has made some efforts to reduce the amount of landfill by re-use or recycling of the pile fiber and other carpet components.

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Fresh synthetics

2006\En\Textile Horizons\(03-04 brezen-duben)\Textile Horizons 06
 UK M&S to sell Fairtrade clothing UK retailer Marks & Spencer (M&S) has unveiled plans to sell Fairtrade clothing and launched a new campaign to tell customers about the way its products are sourced and made. Sara Lee completes European sale Sara Lee Corporation, USA, has completed the $100 million sale of its European branded apparel business to an affiliate of Sun Capital Partners, Inc., a private investment firm. The enterprise being sold by Sara Lee includes its European-based branded apparel business with key markets in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK and throughout Eastern ...

4EBluePrint for Chinas FiveYear Plan2006\En\Asian Textile Business\atb 2006-1\BluePrint for Chinas FiveYear Plan
 On June 26, the China National Development and Reform Commis-sion and the China National Textile & Apparel Council held a conference for the national development of the textile & apparel industry and created a vision of the textile & apparel industry during the period of the 11th Five-Year (2006-2010) National Development. Synthetic Fiber Streamlining of Industry and Development Drive The plan will drive industrial consolidation toward a streamlined industrial system, the centralization of "industry, academia and research," the development of mate-rials and the development of synthetic ...

5ENew patents on fibers and fiber technology2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\03\New patents on fibers and fiber technology
 : EP 1633811 Publication date: March 17, 2006 Fiber excellent in magnetic field responsiveness and conductivity and product consisting of it Fibers comprising a polymer having fiber forming functions which contains magnetic material particles in spherical form having a saturation magnetic flux density of no less than 0.5 Tesla. : EP 1630266 Publication date: March 3, 2006 Catalyst-supporting fiber structure and method for producing same A catalyst-supporting fiber structure having a catalyst supported on a fiber constituting a fiber structure having both thorough flexibili-ty and catalyst ...

6EMeltblown and spunbond systems for PET 2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\Man Made Fiber 2006\Meltblown and spunbond systems for PET
 These technologies cover a wide range of raw materials and applications of nonwovens and are waiting to be used for more enhanced PET products. It begins with the fiber forming, which could use either natural or synthetic staple fibers or even with poly-mer chips. Chips can be directly extruded and converted into web by the combina-tion of fiber and web forming, which is called spunlaid or spunmelt process. Staple fibers have to be opened mechanically and aerodynamic, whereas in spunlaid processes the fila-ments are distributed only by air.

7ENew fibers for floorcoverings and textile2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\01\New fibers for floorcoverings and textile
 Varying polymer type and ratio will allow the adjustment of yarn properties to the desiderate value, there-fore achieving a high product flexibility and allowing a cost-to-performance. Results confirm the uniqueness of the mechanical properties of multipolymeric composites achieved through reactive spinning. Traditionally, synthetic fibers have been manufactured by using polymers avail-able and fiber applications have been adapted to the existing polymer's specific features. Application of the proposed test on homopolymer yarns: results and discussion Table 1 describes the main yarn ...

8EPET Challenges PP in Nonwovens Markets2006\En\International Fiber Journal\(01)\PET Challenges PP in Nonwovens Markets
 W hile polyethylene tereph-thalate (PET) represents 65% of all manmade fibers currently produced worldwide, this polymer accounts for only a frac-tional proportion of spunlaid nonwo-vens. nonwovens production (Table 1). Discussing meltblown and spun-bond systems for PET at the event, organized by Maack Business Services of Au/Zurich, Switzerland, Mr. Glawion commented that PP nonwo-ven lines are not suitable for process-ing PET without modification. Rieter's latest turnkey systems - Perfobond spunlaid, Jetlace spunlace, Spunjet spunbond/spunlace and Emblo meltblown - can now be used to ...

9ENonwovens production technology Part 12007\EN\Technical Textiles\4.q\Nonwovens production technology Part 1
 Ingo Mählmann Institut für Textiltechnik, RWTH Aachen, Aachen/Germany General trends Turn-key full line supplier Looking at the four major nonwoven groups Dilo, NSC, Trützschler and Oerlikon Neumag it became obvious that every competitor can now deliver the whole production line for staple fiber nonwovens out of one hand. In the context of nonwoven production lines, the new AlphaLine by Oskar Dilo Maschinenfabrik KG, Eberbach/Ger-many, has to be mentioned here as an example. The low cost options will give the opportunity to produce anticipated volumes with expected nonwoven quality at ...

10ENew concept for making bi-shrinkage yarns2006\En\Textile Asia\(12 prosinec)\New concept for making bi-shrinkage yarns
 Most of the processes used were slow-speed technologies in which bi-shrinkage filament yarns are mechanical combinations of two or more different boiling-water-shrinkage property yarns. Due to differential shrinkage, the high-shrink component shrinks and the low-shrink component comes out of the fabric as micro-loops, giving the fabric excellent texture and handle. Bi-shrinkage yarns - description The yarns are a combination of two yarns of different shrinkages to create one composite yarn. The technique with bi-shrinkage yarns was established by combining differential shrinkage/coil ...

 

 

 

 

 

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Váha    1.00
Nadpis    Statistics Fibre Consumption for Technical Textiles in the USA
Abstrakt    In home textiles, cotton accounts for a high share of fibre usage but volumes remain small As in apparel, cotton remains the most important fibre used in home textiles manufacture. Together, the 93 mn lb drop in synthetics consumption accounted for 50% of the drop in all fibre consumption for home textiles. Fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer uses rose slightly in 2005 Fibre consumption in industrial and other consumer applications rose slightly in 2005. Overall, synthetic filament consumption fell in 2005 Overall, US consumption of synthetic filament yarn in industrial ...
Dokument    2006\En\Technical Textile Markets\0604\Statistics Fibre Consumption for Technical Textiles in the USA

|... by 10% while staple fibre fell by 6.9% By far the biggest fall in 2005 was in synthetics consumption. Collectively, usage of synthetic staple fibre and filament yarn fell by 153 mn lb or 8.1%. Within synthetics, filament yarn consumption dropped ...|... 596 mn lb, or 41%, drop in cotton consumption during the four-year period. Synthetic staple and synthetic filament usage also fell Consumption of synthetic staple yarn, meanwhile, was down by a sizeable 242 mn lb, or 40%, to 359 mn lb, while synth ...|... a Over previous year. Source: Fiber Organon. -due entirely to a rise in synthetic yarn usage The growth in 2005 was due entirely to a rise of 58 mn lb, or 1.8%, in the co ...|... n rose by 154 mn lb (Table 5). Growth was due partly to a 2.4% increase in synthetic staple usage- The overall growth in the amount of fibre consumed stemmed partly from an increase of 52 mn lb, or 2.4%, in synthetic sta ...|... e in synthetic filament usage This increase was offset, however, by a fall in usage of synthetic filament yarn in industrial and other consumer markets, with consumption down by 54 mn lb or ...|... r 8.0%, drop in transportation fabrics. CONSUMPTION OF SYNTHETIC STAPLE FIBRE IN INDUSTRIAL AND OTHER CONSUMER APPLICATIONS Synthetic staple usage grew by 2.4% in 2005 after rising by 5.5% in 2004 Consumption of synthetic st ...|... cal and sanitary, rope and cordage, and narrow fabrics The largest single end use for synthetic filament yarn in industrial and other consumer applications is tyres. Excluding miscellaneous ...|... , or 3.2%. Usage increased in tyres- In terms of individual application, usage of synthetic filament yarn in tyre manufacture rose by 10 mn lb, or 2.6%, compared with the previous year ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Váha    0.99
Nadpis    Tencel lyocell fibers for carpets
Abstrakt    The widespread introduc-tion of tufted carpets dramatically cut production costs and made carpets an af-fordable part of home decor. As a result, the carpet fiber market is domi-nated by oil-based synthetic fibers both in Western Europe and especially the USA. Carpet market The total weight of carpets produced an-nually in the USA and Western Europe combined amounts to around 4 million tons. Disposal of carpets The carpet industry has made some efforts to reduce the amount of landfill by re-use or recycling of the pile fiber and other carpet components.
Dokument    2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\01\Tencel lyocell fibers for carpets

|... ferences in fashion and climate particularly in south-ern Europe. Most carpet fiber usage is synthetic pile yarns which are typically PA, PP, PET or PAN. These synthetic fibers account for 99% ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Fresh synthetics

Abstrakt    UK M&S to sell Fairtrade clothing UK retailer Marks & Spencer (M&S) has unveiled plans to sell Fairtrade clothing and launched a new campaign to tell customers about the way its products are sourced and made. Sara Lee completes European sale Sara Lee Corporation, USA, has completed the $100 million sale of its European branded apparel business to an affiliate of Sun Capital Partners, Inc., a private investment firm. The enterprise being sold by Sara Lee includes its European-based branded apparel business with key markets in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK and throughout Eastern ...
Dokument    2006\En\Textile Horizons\(03-04 brezen-duben)\Textile Horizons 06

|... in women's fashion, 1MB 2006 will be presenting a wealth of new ideas. Fresh synthetics A freshness treatment for use on synthetic fibres has been developed by Purista, the consumer brand from Arch Chemicals, based in ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Váha    0.99
Nadpis    BluePrint for Chinas FiveYear Plan
Abstrakt    On June 26, the China National Development and Reform Commis-sion and the China National Textile & Apparel Council held a conference for the national development of the textile & apparel industry and created a vision of the textile & apparel industry during the period of the 11th Five-Year (2006-2010) National Development. Synthetic Fiber Streamlining of Industry and Development Drive The plan will drive industrial consolidation toward a streamlined industrial system, the centralization of "industry, academia and research," the development of mate-rials and the development of synthetic ...
Dokument    2006\En\Asian Textile Business\atb 2006-1\BluePrint for Chinas FiveYear Plan

|... iber yarn with new functional properties and mixed fabrics, while expanding the use ratio of synthetic fiber. Synthetic Fiber Streamlining of Industry and Development Drive The plan will drive industri ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Váha    0.99
Nadpis    New patents on fibers and fiber technology
Abstrakt    : EP 1633811 Publication date: March 17, 2006 Fiber excellent in magnetic field responsiveness and conductivity and product consisting of it Fibers comprising a polymer having fiber forming functions which contains magnetic material particles in spherical form having a saturation magnetic flux density of no less than 0.5 Tesla. : EP 1630266 Publication date: March 3, 2006 Catalyst-supporting fiber structure and method for producing same A catalyst-supporting fiber structure having a catalyst supported on a fiber constituting a fiber structure having both thorough flexibili-ty and catalyst ...
Dokument    2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\03\New patents on fibers and fiber technology

|... Osaka/Japan Publication No.: EP 1629890 Publication date: March 3, 2006 Flat synthetic fiber, method for preparing the same and nonwoven prepared using the same A flat polybenzazole fiber having a flattened portion having a degree of flatness defined by the ratio of ...|... d an elongation-increasing agent in a melt-spinning process, and the subsequent use of said synthetic yarns. A. Klein, H. Schwind, M. Wicker Rohm GmbH & Co. KG, Darmstadt/Germany Pu ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Váha    0.97
Nadpis    Meltblown and spunbond systems for PET
Abstrakt    These technologies cover a wide range of raw materials and applications of nonwovens and are waiting to be used for more enhanced PET products. It begins with the fiber forming, which could use either natural or synthetic staple fibers or even with poly-mer chips. Chips can be directly extruded and converted into web by the combina-tion of fiber and web forming, which is called spunlaid or spunmelt process. Staple fibers have to be opened mechanically and aerodynamic, whereas in spunlaid processes the fila-ments are distributed only by air.
Dokument    2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\Man Made Fiber 2006\Meltblown and spunbond systems for PET

|... s The possibilities for making nonwovens are very complex. It begins with the fiber forming, which could use either natural or synthetic staple fibers or even with poly-mer chips. Chips can be directly extruded and converted into ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Váha    0.97
Nadpis    New fibers for floorcoverings and textile
Abstrakt    Varying polymer type and ratio will allow the adjustment of yarn properties to the desiderate value, there-fore achieving a high product flexibility and allowing a cost-to-performance. Results confirm the uniqueness of the mechanical properties of multipolymeric composites achieved through reactive spinning. Traditionally, synthetic fibers have been manufactured by using polymers avail-able and fiber applications have been adapted to the existing polymer's specific features. Application of the proposed test on homopolymer yarns: results and discussion Table 1 describes the main yarn ...
Dokument    2006\En\Chemical Fibers International\01\New fibers for floorcoverings and textile

|... of multipolymeric composites achieved through reactive spinning. Traditionally, synthetic fibers have been manufactured by using polymers avail-able and fiber applications have been adapted to the existing polymer's specific features. Pol ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Váha    0.97
Nadpis    PET Challenges PP in Nonwovens Markets
Abstrakt    W hile polyethylene tereph-thalate (PET) represents 65% of all manmade fibers currently produced worldwide, this polymer accounts for only a frac-tional proportion of spunlaid nonwo-vens. nonwovens production (Table 1). Discussing meltblown and spun-bond systems for PET at the event, organized by Maack Business Services of Au/Zurich, Switzerland, Mr. Glawion commented that PP nonwo-ven lines are not suitable for process-ing PET without modification. Rieter's latest turnkey systems - Perfobond spunlaid, Jetlace spunlace, Spunjet spunbond/spunlace and Emblo meltblown - can now be used to ...
Dokument    2006\En\International Fiber Journal\(01)\PET_Challenges_PP_in_Nonwovens_Markets

|... ccounts for about 25% of this market. New product developments from Fleissner using spunlacing technology include polyester fibers for synthetic leather and structured soft wipes, the combination of polyester fibers and tiss ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Application of synthetic fibers

Váha    0.97
Nadpis    Nonwovens production technology Part 1
Abstrakt    Ingo Mählmann Institut für Textiltechnik, RWTH Aachen, Aachen/Germany General trends Turn-key full line supplier Looking at the four major nonwoven groups Dilo, NSC, Trützschler and Oerlikon Neumag it became obvious that every competitor can now deliver the whole production line for staple fiber nonwovens out of one hand. In the context of nonwoven production lines, the new AlphaLine by Oskar Dilo Maschinenfabrik KG, Eberbach/Ger-many, has to be mentioned here as an example. The low cost options will give the opportunity to produce anticipated volumes with expected nonwoven quality at ...
Dokument    2007\EN\Technical Textiles\4.q\Nonwovens production technology Part 1

|... achine is designed to produce all kind of spunlace fabrics from 30-500 g/m2 using all types of synthetic and natural fibers. The innovative configuration of JETIace Essentiel enables to produce spunl ...|

 

 

 

 

 

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Váha    0.95
Nadpis    New concept for making bi-shrinkage yarns
Abstrakt    Most of the processes used were slow-speed technologies in which bi-shrinkage filament yarns are mechanical combinations of two or more different boiling-water-shrinkage property yarns. Due to differential shrinkage, the high-shrink component shrinks and the low-shrink component comes out of the fabric as micro-loops, giving the fabric excellent texture and handle. Bi-shrinkage yarns - description The yarns are a combination of two yarns of different shrinkages to create one composite yarn. The technique with bi-shrinkage yarns was established by combining differential shrinkage/coil ...
Dokument    2006\En\Textile Asia\(12 prosinec)\New concept for making bi-shrinkage yarns

|... bination of two yarns of different shrinkages create one composite yarn Synthetic fibres account for about half of all fibre usage, with applications in every field of fibre and textile technology. Although many classes of fibre based on synthetic polym ...|

 

 

 

 

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