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June 15th, 2005

Johns Manville goes nano

Abstract:
Johns Manville, at the Techtextil show in Frankfurt last week announced a wide range of new high performance nonwoven products.

The most intriguing of these was CombiFil Nano, a composite of polyester spunbonds and electrospun nano filaments which is said to exceed the established standards in industrial air filtration.

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