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Bally Ribbon Mills to display industrial products at Techtextile NA
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Mar '08
Bally Ribbon Mills (BRM) will be exhibiting at Techtextile North America, to be held at the Cobb Galleria in Atlanta, - April 1 to 3, 2008. The booth number is 1006. Ted Fetterman, Louis C. Franconi and Bill Hornig will demonstrate Bally Ribbon Mill's extensive product line of engineered, woven, narrow fabrics, specialty broadcloth and woven structures for Medical, Industrial, Aerospace and Commercial applications.

The Bally Ribbon Mills Exhibit will display samples of woven tubular vascular stents, bifurcates, tapered weaves and arteries that are used to replace damaged blood vessels. Bally will also exhibit blood filtration membrane and carbon fiber structures for orthopedic and prosthetic applications. In addition, Bally will display samples of circular (polar) weaves, woven 2D and 3D shapes, fabrics used for parachutes and for air frame components.

The air frame components are made from lightweight carbon fibers. These carbon fiber structures are ten times stronger and lighter than the metals used in traditional airframe construction.

At Textile North America, Bally Ribbon Mills will display industrial products that include noncompacting bridge bearing support fabric, conductive and anti-static fabrics, fabrics used to construct greaseless (self-lubricating) bearings, brake belting, safety lanyards, and controlled porosity fabrics used in bag, air and liquid filtration applications. Bally Ribbon Mill's extensive line of Mil-Spec Webbing will also be on exhibition.


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