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   July 21, 2019  Facebook Twitter
Medical Nonwovens - Indispensable Vesility

Nonwovens can be designed according to the requirements of the finished application and are engineered to meet the specific needs within specific medical and surgical applications, they are known for delivering superior performance for specialized tasks. Because of their easily modifiable properties and excellent performance, nonwovens have become indispensable in the medical field.

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