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A filter bag made of microfiber nonwovens for both dry and wet filtration has been jointly developed by Japanese producers Daiwabo and Kyowa Filter. The nonwoven material is made of bicomponent fibers consisting of PP and PET that are divided into 0.2 denier microfibers. The nonwovens are laminated with woven base materials to create the filter bags, which have excellent collection efficiency, as high as 99.99%. Daiwabo aims to sell the product for dry filtration in domestic markets and for wet filtration in foreign markets.
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Title Annotation:Industry News; New Product
Publication:Nonwovens Industry
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Mar 1, 1992
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