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INTC-08 to focus on current nonwovens technologies
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Feb '08
Topics ranging from nanofibers to converting are on the agenda of the 2008 International Nonwovens Technical Conference (INTC), scheduled for September 8-11, 2008, at the Hilton Americas in Houston, Tex.

The world's largest technical conference, co-sponsored and organized by INDA, Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, and TAPPI, Technical Association of the Pulp an Paper Industry, will bring together hundreds of technical executives from all aspects of the nonwovens, textile and paper markets.

It will feature presentations from dozens of researchers and experts from around the world during the four days of technical sessions, tutorials and networking.

Topics to be covered during INTC 2008 include:
•Binders & Additives
•Building & Industrial Mat
•Converting & Web-handling
•Filtration
•Flame Retardants
•Functional Performance
•Insulation
•Melt Blown & Spunmelt Processes
•Modeling
•Nanofibers
•Polymers & Fibers
•Process Technologies
•Protective Materials & Technologies

Among the other highlights of INTC 2008:
•In 2005, a separate program co-sponsored by the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) was held in conjunction with INTC 2005. Due to popular demand, Nonwovens Enhancements: Innovations in Coloration and Finishing is back and will team up with INTC to spotlight these value added processes for nonwovens.
•A Table-top Event & Reception will provide attendees with the opportunity to network with more than 30 corporate and university in an informal, relaxed setting.


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