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Polypropylene filters.

Microspan Fibers, Neenah, WI, a subsidiary of Biax-Fiberfilm, has introduced high-quality filtration products using melt blown and thermal bonding processes with polypropylene microfibers. A complex filter matrix is created, making a filter media effective for air, water and select solvent filtration. The material can filter particles less than one micron in size.

Designed for urban and rural residential users, industries and commercial/retail establishments, the filters are aimed at distributors who market them under private labels. The patented manufacturing process also enables Microspan to manufacture a second kind of filter material made from recycled plastic soda bottles.
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Title Annotation:Microspan Fibers
Publication:Nonwovens Industry
Article Type:Product Announcement
Date:Apr 1, 1993
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