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New product: cleanroom wipes.

Japan Vilene, Tokyo, Japan, has developed nonwoven wipes that are adaptable to class 100 clean rooms. The spunlaced nonwoven wipes are made from Kanebo's "Belina X" polyester/nylon bicomponent fiber. The fabric uses fluff preventing treatments, cleaning and drying methods within a clean room and stringent packaging procedures to meet the class 100 clean room requirements. While the company has consistently been a supplier of wipes for class 1000 clean rooms, this is the first time Japan Vilene has presented such high grade wipes.
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Title Annotation:developed by Japan Vilene Company Ltd.
Publication:Nonwovens Industry
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Nov 1, 1992
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