SBPP

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AcronymDefinition
SBPPSugar Beet Pulp Pellets (various companies)
SBPPSender Based Packet Pair
SBPPSpunbond Polypropylene (polymer)
SBPPSystematic Buzz Phrase Projector (Philip Broughton, circa 1968)
SBPPShared Backup with Path Protection
SBPPState Board of Pardon and Parole
SBPPSkill Based Pay Program (North Carolina Department of Transportation)
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Toray Industries will install a 18,000-ton spunbond polypropylene line in Korea.
The latest of these was announced just last week when Toray Industries revealed it would continue its Asian investment spree with a new 18,000-ton spunbond polypropylene line in Korea.
Fitesa's bicomponent spunbond contains bioPE and polylactic acid, giving nonwovens customers a 100% biobased sustainable spunbond nonwoven with the optimum balance of softness and strength suitable for typical spunbond polypropylene applications.
These bags are made from spunbond polypropylene, which offers high strength, low cost and can be converted using a low-cost heat sealing method and printed easily.
The Journal of Industrial Textiles has published the results of a study conducted by Texas Tech University and Enercon Industries that determined pre-treating spunbond polypropylene nonwoven fabrics with atmospheric plasma increases the breathability of the fabric.
RoofTopGuard Craftsman is made of reflective grey, nonwoven-coated spunbond polypropylene and applies 30% faster compared to traditional asphalt felt.
With approximately 280 total employees and combined annual sales of approximately $87 million, TesalcaTexnovo is the only organization that manufactures spunbond polypropylene nonwoven materials in Spain and is a leader in the European market.
The product is comprised of a nonwoven laminate containing multiple elastic filaments for the cuffs, an inner layer of breathable film and an outer layer of spunbond polypropylene.
The Bahrain-based line will produce spunbond polypropylene nonwovens targeting the industrial, agricultural and hygienic sectors using newly developed Galileo technology from Galileo Group's Spunbond Engineering Division in Italy.
Based in Mumbai, India, KT International makes spunbond polypropylene nonwovens that are made into ground covers for parking mats, weed mats and frost covers as well as needlepunch nonwovens to line containers that house fragile plants.
The first line will produce spunbond polypropylene nonwovens targeting the industrial, agricultural and hygienic sectors using newly developed Galileo technology from Galileo Group's Spunbond Engineering Division in Italy.
However, spunbond polypropylene and SMS production is forecast to double to 480,000 tons by 2009, indicating that roughly 48,000 tons per year during the next five years of spunbonded and SMS will be added to China's production base.