American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Made by a process not involving weaving. Used of textiles.
- n. Material or a fabric made by a process not involving weaving.
“Mr. Zucker told The Wall Street Journal in 1999 that he was set to revolutionize the textile industry with Miratec, a "nonwoven" fabric created in a process involving water jets and lasers.”
“It also sells drainage products, nonwoven geotextiles and specialty products that it incorporates in customized projects for its customers.”
“John Dorr: Yes, we produce macro materials in the form of nonwoven mats and yarns (or threads).”
“We are professional manufacturer to make environmental and recycle nonwoven promotional bag, shopping bag and tote bag.”
“SEOUL - Kim Kyung-ji began sixth-period math class Wednesday afternoon by giving her middle school students three-ply, nonwoven face masks, to use during the simulated air strike by North Korea.”
“New lightweight film creating markets for nonwoven composites. (breathable, moisture resistant film now available from Exxon Corp. and Shawmut Mills): An article from: Nonwovens Industry”
“Paper bag/box, nonwoven/PP woven shopping bag, cooler bag,suit cover,fashion bag etc are our main products.”
“Spinning and nonwoven equipment includes full scale short-staple spinning line and medium sized dry- laid nonwoven line.”
“Dyeing is our mainstay, but we also produce bespoke nonwoven fabrics as well as 'roving' material which is used in up to 80 million pipettes across Europe every year," said Andrew McVey.”
“Shirley Dyeing and Finishing offers both standard commission and specialist application processing of all fibre types, all woven fabrics with the dyeing and finishing of nonwoven fabrics too.”
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