Technology Advances in Coatings for Nonwovens

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This issue of the Advanced Coatings and Surface Technology TOE profiles advances in coatings for nonwovens. Nonwovens are fabric-like materials that are made from fibers bound together by chemical, mechanical, or specialized treatment methods using solvents. Generally, nonwovens are densified to improve strength. Also, new functional possibilities using coatings and surface treatments are driving adoption of nonwovens as industrial textiles, geotextiles, and other commercial applications. Depending on the type of coating or surface treatment, functionalities such as electrical conductivity, electromagnetic interference shielding, hydrophobicity and antimicrobial resistance can be infused in the fibers of nonwov

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Technology Advances in Coatings for NonwovensInnovations in Coatings for NonwovensIonic Silver-based Antimicrobial Polymer Coating for NonwovensPolymer-based Extrusion Coating Process for Industrial TextilesMetallized Coating Process for Conductive NonwovensN-Halamine-modified Antimicrobial Nonwoven Fabric A Fast and Low-pressure Plasma Treatment for NonwovensIndustry ContactsIndustry Contacts

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