Often invisible, but around us every day to improve our lives: technical nonwovens. Simultaneously tough, durable, and versatile, these engineered fabrics offer added value for a variety of applications ranging from the construction industry to building interiors, composites, thermal insulation and more.
Johns Manville Engineered Products manufactures Evalith® nonwoven materials using multiple technologies, including wet-laid, air-laid, needle punch, polyester spunbond and PP/PBT meltblown production processes. This enables us to offer one of the broadest product portfolios on the market and to develop tailor-made solutions for our customers.
"For decades, Johns Manville’s Evalith® technical nonwovens have been the hidden champions in numerous markets and at the same time the starting point for many of today’s groundbreaking innovations and sustainable solutions."
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