Toray Industries (America), Inc. 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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|Eco-friendly FORESSE™ is made from plant-based cellulose instead of petrochemicals. Additionally, FORESSE™ is spun using a melt spinning process that elminates the need to use organic solvents. These features and...|
|Nylon, the world's first synthetic fiber, was first manufactured in large scale in Japan by Toray in 1951. Nylon offers many features such as excellent tensile strength, abrasion strength, and...|
|Our BCF (Bulked Continuous Filament) nylon combines the properties of nylon, including high abrasion-resistance and durability, with bulkiness resulting from a 3-dimensional random crimping process applied to each individual fiber.|
|Polypropylene spunbond, produced by Toray Advanced Materials Korea Inc., has various attractive products such as melt blown spunbond sandwiched between spunbond layers, polyethylene mixed-type, and so on. Polypropylene spunbond from...|
|Utilizing its fiber manufacturing technology, Toray has developed a range of lines, using nylon or fluorocarbon materials, for various fishing applications such as hook length, reel line from sea fishing...|