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Ashok Hakoo

Tech. Textile and Management Consultant Fabtech Solutions, IndiaAshok Hakoo is a technical textile and management consultant, who undertake projects on mill operational activities and provides solutions to technical and management shop floor problems.He has an extensive business background in international, multi-cultural environments with proven achievements in textile technology and management, operational functional applications, for conventional and technical fabrics.He is currently working with Fabtech Solutions as a textile Consultant.

Disposable Baby Diapers

Since their introduction modern single-use diaper products have continuously improved, becoming lighter, more compact, more absorbent and easier to use. Today it is estimated that more than 95 percent of all parents use them – and it is generally recognized that modern disposable diapers are healthier for the infant’s skin. Their softness, lightness and breathable nature provide superior comfort for the baby; they are easy to put on and remove and are more convenient than reusable diapers as they eliminate the need for both constant laundering at very high temperatures to remove germs and drying. The industry is committed to providing baby diapers that give better skin care, a better performance, with reduced resource use and reduced environmental impact, all at an affordable price.

Coated and laminated textile fabrics

Fabric surface modification is a novel technique by coating and lamination which can improve structural performances. It provides the opportunities to manufacturer the special fabrics like water-proof resistant tarpaulins, coverings, large tents and architectural uses, back coating for upholstery including auto seats, food, medical applications, parachutes, woven curtains, for heat-sensitive fabrics, automotive fabrics, disposable hospital apparel etc. the recent developments also enhanced the lamination and coating technique into state-of-art process of the future in textile field.

Natural silk – sourcing, usage, and application

Silk is a natural protein fiber. It is similar to wool in that it is composed of amino acids arranged in a polypeptide chain. Silk is produced by the larvae of a moth, while wool is produced by animals. All protein fibres have some general characteristics in common.

Woven & Non-woven Geotextile Fabric

Geotextiles are placed at the tension surface to strengthen the soil. Geotextiles are also used for sand dune armoring to protect upland coastal property from storm surge, wave action, and flooding.