The program was attended by approximately 45 experts in product development, materials science and new technologies. According to it, it is the development of non-woven materials science, sustainability, improved circulation, promising innovations, process innovations, material innovations, government / NGO challenges for disposable plastics, machine-assisted learning development of biopolymers, And focused on market intelligence and economic insights. Inda.
Participants praised Q & A asking expert speakers about quality program content, detailed roundtables, networking, and focused presentations.
The 11th edition of the RISE (Research, Innovation, & Science for Engineered Fabrics (RISE)) forum was virtually held recently. Co-sponsored by INDA, the Nonwovens Institute, and North Carolina State University, Sustainable Nonwovens and Engineering The US-based INDA is the Nonwovens Industry Association.
The Canopy Respirator was announced as the winner of this year’s RISE Innovation Awards. The annual award recognizes innovations in and around the non-woven fabric industry that promote the use of non-woven fabrics by developing unique or complex solutions to problems using advanced scientific and engineering principles.
The RISE Innovation Award was presented to Canopy for the Canopy Respirator. This product is a completely mechanical, non-electrostatic, innovative respirator with a filter designed to provide excellent breathability while providing the transparency of the wearer’s face. .. The groundbreaking respirator features a 5.5 mm water column resistance at 85 liters (3 cubic feet) per minute, bidirectional filtration, and a pleated filter with a surface area of over 500 square centimeters. The patented canopy pyrator resists liquids and prevents the glasses from fogging.
“I think RISE2021 has given us more insight into the next generation of textiles than any other year. My heart is not only to improve the quality of life for consumers, but also to be more environmentally friendly. Full of ideas on how these new innovations can be used in our clients’ non-woven products. RISE has become one of the most important conferences on our non-woven calendar. ” Crown Monastery consultant Heidi Beatty Said.
“We are enjoying virtual RISE this year, and we all have the current broad insights and discussions on important sustainability topics, especially from biopolymers to regulation and machine learning. Need to work together to find the solution they need. This was a great way to achieve mutual pollination of practical ideas. ” Diane Toonen, Director of Global Strategic Marketing, Global Nonwovens Business Unit, Bostik Said.
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INDA’s Virtual RISE Conference Focuses on Nonwoven Sustainability
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