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Johns Manville Corp. Datasheets for Nonwovens

Nonwovens are fiber-based products that are formed into mats of randomly-oriented fibers, felt, needlepunched cloth, spunbond, or meltblown structures.
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Johns Manville synthetic spunbond nonwovens are made by spinning continuous polyester fibers onto a moving belt. The continuous fibers come from polyester raw material that has been dried, melted and...
Johns Manville’s melt-blowing process creates fibrous webs directly from polymers using high-velocity air to attenuate the filaments. Due to differences in filament size, meltblown nonwoven fabrics differ in degree of...
Johns Manville’s needle mat is made incombustible by bonding glass fibers via mechanical needling. Due to its voluminous product structure, our needle mat is a great option for use as...
Johns Manville’s nonwoven glass mats are tailored to meet your needs. We start by selecting the JM fiber glass that best suits your end-use application. With our large family of...
Utilizing a unique and sophisticated process, our glass microfibers are conveyed in a high-velocity air stream and formed into a nonwoven mat. The binder is spray applied and oven cured.