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Poly-Bond expands laminating capabilities.

Roll goods producer Poly-Bond, Charlotte, NC, has just completed a major project in the composite area, which includes the installation of a new composite/lamination process. The adhesive fiberization technology represents a significant investment at the company; the new equipment, which has a 100-inch width capability, is expected to be producing commercial product this month.

"We are in the process of developing several new products in this area," Alec Hay, president told NONWOVENS INDUSTRY. "We have some very unique capabilities and we can combine a variety of products. The process does not require thermoplastic polymers and can bring together dissimilar materials." Initial efforts will be in the medical and industrial areas, although the company also expects to develop some interesting composites for hygiene applications.
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Date:Sep 1, 1992
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