What is new in the Nonwovens Standard Procedures

August 9, 2019:

  • NWSP 200 series: The 10 SAP test methods have been revised (these are the basis for revision of ISO 17190)
  • NWSP 160.3: One of the linting methods, correction of shaker parameters
  • NWSP 080.3/9/10 and 070.3/7/8: permeability and repellence tests, the ambiguities concerning the use of blotter paper has been resolved
  • NWSP 070.10 (centrifugal retention test) has been released after complete revision

Practical information on particular test methods

Blotter paper

All tests that require the use of blotter paper, specify blotter paper with a basis weight of 139 +/- 11 g/m2, a liquid absorption capacity of at least 480% and a first strike-through time of 2s or less. Amongst others Ahlstrom grade 989 blotter paper meets those specifications and can be purchased from:
AHLSTROM-MUNKSJÖ GROUP
Contact: Joerg Hamann Telephone: +49 37 347 8317
Email: joerg.hamann@ahlstrom-munksjo.com

Ahlstrom-Munksjö Germany GmbH
Niederschlag 1
09471 Bärenstein
Germany

 

Sourcing non-commercial items

MethodTool/partCompanyWebsite
NWSP 80.10 Coverstock Wetbackweight of 4000+/20 gZwiebelhttp://www.zwiebel.fr/fr/Poids-speciaux-zwiebel.htm
NWSP 80.10 Coverstock Wetbackfoam to support the samples under pressureEurofoam KFM GmbHInternet: www.eurofoam-kfm.de
NWSP 242.0 Absorption against pressurethe ‘Messzellen’ which are used to test the superabsorbent.Junta-polymerswww.junta-polymers.com
NWSP 350.1 SynginaglasswareBehr Labor-Technik GmbHInternet:www.behr-labor.de

 

How to get a copy of the Nonwovens Standard Procedures

The Nonwovens Standard Procedures are available - free of charge - to EDANA members on the EDANA member portal. In the Document module, type “actualNWSPs” in the search bar and all methods will appear as well as the Table of Content (that includes hyperlinks to directly pre-view the individual methods). 

Non-members are invited to consult our publication form or contact Marie-Josepha Peeters to purchase the complete compilation or one or more individual methods.

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