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ABB Industrial Drying enters North American market.

A contract for its first North American installation of a thermal bonded plant facility has been awarded to ABB Industrial Drying, Knoxville, TN. Using the "Dan-Web" thermal bonded air laid system, the company is hoping to create a major impact on the future of absorbent nonwovens. The system is virtually pollution free and approaches zero emissions. in addition, its inherent "dry" process eliminates large water treatment demands.

Dan-Web's system forms complex layered composite products and the former can uniformly lay down a wide range of fiber types and sizes. The system can make varied fiber combinations into a myriad of materials more economically than other synthetic nonwovens.
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Title Annotation:contract for installation of thermal bonded plant facility
Publication:Nonwovens Industry
Date:Nov 1, 1992
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