Nonwovens used to protect.
These panels are reinforced with polyurea and can elongate and stretch, acting as a safety net to contain blast pressure and flying debris. "The concept is to catch the explosive force on the inner side of the structure and to protect life within against flying debris and collateral damage," said John Durig, director of Sherwin-Williams' general polymers business unit.
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|Title Annotation:||Nonwoven news: a look at what's going on in the industry|
|Comment:||Nonwovens used to protect.(Nonwoven news: a look at what's going on in the industry)|
|Date:||Oct 1, 2004|
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