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Beaulieu displays sustainable fibres and yarns at ITMA 2019

"Global raw materials’ provider based in Belgium, Beaulieu, is displaying an inspiring range of fibres, yarns and technical textiles at ITMA 2019. The range is extremely flexible and can replicate any type of staple fibre spinning technology, using different type of polymers and additives, and different type of cross sections. These high tenacity staple fibres HT8 offer unique high tensile strength without compromising on elongation."

 

Beaulieu displays sustainable fibres and yarns at ITMA 2019Global raw materials’ provider based in Belgium, Beaulieu, is displaying an inspiring range of fibres, yarns and technical textiles at ITMA 2019. The range is extremely flexible and can replicate any type of staple fibre spinning technology, using different type of polymers and additives, and different type of cross sections.

These high tenacity staple fibres HT8 offer unique high tensile strength without compromising on elongation. They provide opportunities to reduce geotextile system cost by maximising machine efficiency and ensure desired performance at reduced weight - up to 15 per cent compared with standard geotextile fibres.

New PET-core BICO staple fibres for hygiene products will be seen at the expo. The fibres are available in a dtex range from 1,3-6,7dtex/40mmBeaulieu displays sustainable fibres and yarns ITMA 2019 in both polymer-configurations PP/PET (Polypropylene / Polyethylene terephthalate) and PE/PET (Polyethylene /Polyethylene terephthalate). The specific use of PET in the core improves the resilience/loft of the nonwoven. The use of PE in the sheath provides softness as required in top sheets, for example, while the configuration with PP in the sheath answers the requirements for ultrasonic bonding.

BFI’s new and unique polyolefin staple fibre UltraBond eliminates the need for latex or other chemical binders to consolidate nonwovens, contributing to a fully recyclable system. The award-winning innovation opens up a new path to create 100 per cent PP needlepunched fabrics which meet the same performance requirements while reducing the end-of-life environmental impact. CO2 emissions are reduced by 35 per cent over the full production process during fabrics’ production.

 
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