Supplier's Corner

FiberVisions Introduces New Absorbent Fiber for Wipes

November 22, 2005

Denmark based-FiberVisions’ HY-Entangle WA has all the properties of polypropylene, such as low density, the ability to bond and be embossed and has resistance toward acids and alkalis. The new fiber also has the ability to retain liquids. The absorbent fiber allows for the manufacturing of new spunlace products. The fiber combines production economy advantages with functionality, which will have a positive impact for manufacturers, said company executives. According to them, the spunlace manufacturer will benefit from en- hanced production and process conditions, the wipes manufacturer will benefit from the ability of the fiber to retain and release lotion and the consumer will experience a product with a better cleaning ability. More info: E-mail: gammelgaard@fibervisions.dk; Website: www.fibervisions.biz.
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