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VCU researchers develop a hemostatic bandage
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What started as a nonwoven fiber mat composed of tiny fibers measuring just a few nanometers in diameter has been translated into a unique material that can stop massive bleeding in a short period of time – possibly one day saving the lives of severely wounded soldiers on the frontlines of combat. More

Control Tension the Easy Way

With its easy-to-navigate graphic user interface, the SteadyWeb™5 Tension Controller will have your machine operators maintaining the right tension for your web process in no time.
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Freudenberg's green technologies lead to work force increases
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Freudenberg leads the way in recyclable product innovations that include materials used in everything from mattresses, wallpaper and brooms to building materials, landscaping and automotive interiors. The innovations keep more than 377 million plastic drink bottles out of landfills annually and have led to new contracts and increased business, allowing Freudenberg's Nonwovens, Vitech, Texbond, Filtration and Household Product companies to add jobs. More

Bagged, sealed and delivered
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A relief package usually contains basic needs such as instant food, drinking water, canned goods and other supplies to help disaster victims survive. Some donors include essentials such as five kilogrammes of rice, six bottles of drinking water, a first-aid kit and lifesaving tools. Yes, a heavy-duty bag is needed to contain all this stuff. And the bag should be made from waterproof or water-resistant material. More



Lenzing sees good development in first 9 months
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In the first nine months of 2011, the Lenzing Group succeeded in significantly improving all relevant indicators in comparison to the previous year, and is thus performing in line with the expectations defined in the half-yearly report. More

New breed of flexible packaging debuts on shelves
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Eagle Flexible Packaging Inc. announces that Steve's Real Food pet food brand has adopted the company's NVIRO Flexible Packaging, comprised of renewable and compostable materials, printed and laminated with low VOC water-based inks and adhesives. Steve's Real Food, a raw dog food manufacturer committed to upholding stringent environmental standards, chose NVIRO Flexible Packaging because they wanted to take a leadership position with their packaging, just as they do with the food that goes in it. More

Huntsman Textile Effects realigns business unit structure
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Huntsman Textile Effects, a global provider of dyes and chemicals to the textiles industry, has promoted two executives to replace the company's current strategic business units organizational structure for home textiles, specialty textiles and apparel. More



SCA nightime bladder control product receives honors
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SCA's TENALady Maxi Night has received the Bestseller Award 2011 from the German retailer magazine Lebensmittel Rundschau and market researchers Symphony IRIGroup for being the best product lunch in the hygiene category and providing value growth to the category. The product is the first bladder weakness protection item specifically designed for night time. Its unique shape is wider at the back to provide extra coverage and absorbency when lying down. More

PGI debuts Arium technology for producing nonwovens with submicron fibers
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Charlotte, N.C.-based nonwovens producer Polymer Group Inc. reports its new platform technology for producing nonwovens made with submicron fibers is designed to offer enhanced performance attributes for healthcare, industrial, filtration and up-and-coming market applications. More

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