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Get insights from the nonwovens industry! Although the nonwovens industry has been around for over 50 years, the full-scale...

12 May 2021

Get insights from the nonwovens industry!

Although the nonwovens industry has been around for over 50 years, the full-scale industrialisation of nonwovens manufacturing didn't take off until the early 1980s. Since then, the nonwovens industry has been driven by a passion for innovation, leveraging the latest technologies to constantly advance state-of-the-art technologies. 

This has resulted in the development of a wide range of web forming and web consolidation technologies.

Innovative technologies like these have enabled a new generation of lighter yet highly functional nonwovens. These new nonwovens lead to significant savings in raw materials. 

But by no means is innovation confined to how nonwovens are manufactured – it also applies to the material itself. In fact, the nonwovens industry is constantly developing innovative new material solutions.

This commitment to innovation has opened the door to new opportunities and new or improved applications, including:

  • Acoustic materials for sound insulation in vehicles,
  • Medical gowns and drapes with optimal barrier properties,
  • Wound dressings and protein-based nonwovens as wound fillers,
  • Geosynthetics used to stabilise terrain in civil engineering projects,
  • Advanced filtration media to coop with increasing demand for clean air,
  • The design of such lightweight structures as drone wings.

Furthermore, these new nonwovens can be used in combination with other materials. For instance, their use increases the strength and stability of composite materials, which are regularly employed by the home and building industry.

The "Nonwovens, you say?" campaign is currently giving voice to players in this innovative industry, so if anything about innovation interests you, watch the videos made especially for you by the members of EDANA—the leading global association and voice of the nonwovens.

The campaign results from an exciting process, including EDANA, their members and the communication agency, Page in extremis.

Stay tuned by following the #NonwovenStories:

Based in Brussels, the communication agency Page in extremis makes associations brands conversational, helps organisations engage with their stakeholders and convey their messages.


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