SBPE

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SBPESpunbond Polyester
SBPEScenario Based Project Evaluation (various companies)
SBPEStandards-Based Physical Education
SBPESmall Bowel Push Enteroscopy (medical procedure)
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Multilayer spunbond as compared to conventional single layer spunbond polyester:
These are multi-beam bico lines that make spunbond polyester, polypropylene, composites, etc.
Additionally, Freudenberg opened a new spunbond polyester line in Taiwan in March, which will allow it to expand capacity of its existing products.
Table 1 Overview of China's Nonwovens Production By Technology 1994 2004 Forecast 2009 Spunbond Polypropylene 24 240 480 and SMS Spunbond Polyester 0 24 043 Other spunbonded 0 0 5 Subtotal Spunlaid 25 277 555 Carded thermal/resinbonded 51 130 98 Needlepunched 39 165 255 Spunlaced 0 49 127 Subtotal Carded 90 344 480 Airlaid pulp 0 23 85 Wetlaid 0 6 11 Total China 115 650 1131 Growth Rate Growth Rate 1994-2004 2004-2009 Spunbond Polypropylene 25.9 14.9 and SMS Spunbond Polyester developing 12.4 Other spunbonded 0 Embryonic Subtotal Spunlaid 27.2 14.9 Carded thermal/resinbonded 9.8 (5.5) Needlepunched 15.5 9.1 Spunlaced developing 21.0 Subtotal Carded 14.3 6.9 Airlaid pulp developing 29.9 Wetlaid developing 12.9 Total China 18.9 11.7
"The switch from standard spunbond polyester to our patented fiberglass reinforced polyester mats has accelerated and so have our expansions plans," he said.
From its new distribution center in Fountain Inn, SC, the joint venture company will initially sell spunbond polyester fabrics to a range of industrial markets.
For Ason Neumag one such opportunity is in the field of spunbond polyester for roofing and other markets, which present smaller volumes and smaller lots but also higher profits.
A reported 3000 tons of spunbond polyester has been installed in Turkey by Mogul Spunbond Nonwovens, a Gaziantep-based company.
In other news, Freudenberg Politex has introduced several products to the building industry, expanding its existing line of high tenacity staple and spunbond polyester nonwovens, which are mainly used as reinforcements for bituminous roofing membranes.
While glass mat and spunbond polyester substrate for roofing are probably the largest and most recognized markets for nonwovens in the construction market, nonwovens are actually found all over buildings, particularly in new construction, where they are replacing other substrates such as paper and felt.
* In an effort to address its growing need for spunbond polyester capacity, BBA Nonwovens has acquired the assets belonging to roll goods producer Superior Nonwovens, Gray Court, SC.