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HDK LAUNCHES NEW MERV 11
When mechanical filtration is necessary vs electrostatic, you can rely on HDK’s new high performance MERV 11. Contact your sales representative now for further details.
Please welcome Bob Sanders and Crystal Calton to HDK
Bob Sanders will be joining HDK as the Research and Development Manager on November 5th. Bob joins us with over 30 years of nonwoven process and development experience and is responsible for managing our R&D efforts going forward. Bob currently resides in New Hampshire and has been working as the Senior Process and Development Engineer at Lydall for the past 18 years.
His technical background includes the manufacturing and development of synthetic filtration media; specifically, meltblown nonwovens, nanofiber, electrostatic charging, plasma treating, lamination and building composites for both air and liquid filtration. He holds several patents in these areas. Bob will be relocating to TN as soon as possible and will be a great addition to our team.
Crystal Calton joined HDK as a Manufacturing Engineering Technician on October 15, 2018. She possesses a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from King University and holds a Six Sigma Green Belt. She has experience in the textile and automotive markets as a Quality Engineer and Auditor.
Crystal is responsible for working closely with Engineering, Quality, Product Development, and manufacturing personnel to support and improve operations. She will focus her time troubleshooting equipment and process issues, updating process documentation, performing and documenting equipment cleaning and maintenance, and responding to additional needs of the shift foreman and plant manager.
HDK LAUNCHES NEW NONWOVEN WEB ADHESIVE
Exclusively by HDK, nonwoven web adhesives are typically used in composites and act as the bonding layer. The nonwoven can either replace an existing scrim or simply add to the strength of the final product. Adhesive powders can be applied to either one or both sides of the nonwoven, depending on the final application.