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Thomas Israel

Global Product Manager

Albany International Corp.

HQ Phone:  (603) 330-5850

Direct Phone: (920) ***-****direct phone

Email: t***@***.com

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Albany International Corp.

216 Airport Drive

Rochester, New Hampshire,03867

United States

Company Description

Albany International is a global advanced textiles and materials processing company, with two core businesses. Machine Clothing is the world's leading producer of custom-designed fabrics and belts essential to production in the paper, nonwovens, and other proc...more

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Nonwoven.co.uk: 2002

www.nonwoven.co.uk [cached]

Tom Israel of Albany International has studied the effects of forming-wire weave-pattern on the properties of air-laid nonwovens.
Four wires, (two warp- and two weft- faced, each at two different permeabilities) were tested by making 50, 100 and 200 gsm webs from Weyerhaeuser NB416 pulp at 300 inches/min on one DanWeb former. The conclusions: • Web thickness is affected by the wire pattern (and by the basis weight). • Warp-faced wires increased the MD/CD orientation slightly, weft-faced wires had the opposite effect. • The wire pattern is visible on the underside of the webs. • Latex bonding masked the effects. Mr Israel explained that the data would probably not be applicable to a large machine working at higher speeds. He proposed checking the effects of thermal bonding next.


Nonwoven.co.uk: 11/01/2002 - 12/01/2002

www.nonwoven.co.uk [cached]

Tom Israel of Albany International has studied the effects of forming-wire weave-pattern on the properties of air-laid nonwovens.
Four wires, (two warp- and two weft- faced, each at two different permeabilities) were tested by making 50, 100 and 200 gsm webs from Weyerhaeuser NB416 pulp at 300 inches/min on one DanWeb former. The conclusions: • Web thickness is affected by the wire pattern (and by the basis weight). • Warp-faced wires increased the MD/CD orientation slightly, weft-faced wires had the opposite effect. • The wire pattern is visible on the underside of the webs. • Latex bonding masked the effects. Mr Israel explained that the data would probably not be applicable to a large machine working at higher speeds. He proposed checking the effects of thermal bonding next.


Nonwoven.co.uk: Conference Reports: MTS Insight 2002 Tampa Florida

www.nonwoven.co.uk [cached]

Tom Israel of Albany International has studied the effects of forming-wire weave-pattern on the properties of air-laid nonwovens.Four wires, (two warp- and two weft- faced, each at two different permeabilities) were tested by making 50, 100 and 200 gsm webs from Weyerhaeuser NB416 pulp at 300 inches/min on one DanWeb former.The conclusions:- Web thickness is affected by the wire pattern (and by the basis weight).- Warp-faced wires increased the MD/CD orientation slightly, weft-faced wires had the opposite effect.- The wire pattern is visible on the underside of the webs.- Latex bonding masked the effects.Mr Israel explained that the data would probably not be applicable to a large machine working at higher speeds.He proposed checking the effects of thermal bonding next.


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