Adhesive bonding joins substrates by means of adhesives that create a bond between the other surfaces and substrates. Berry offers small batch sizes that allow for run size and SKU flexibility.
Berry's Everist™ nanofiber media uses electro-spinning to deliver a finer melt blown and membrane material that allows for finer liquid filtration. Electro-Spinning uses electrical force to draw charged threads of polymer solutions into nanofibers and form them onto a carrier substrate.
A polymer is melted, extruded by small nozzles and blown into very fine fibers by hot air. The melt blow process can be used for air filtration and liquid filtration applications.
Spinlace combines multiple substrates and airlaid pulp fibers through hydroentangling using our proprietary Apex® technology. Spinlace offers excellent strength to weight ratio for wet and dry wiping applications. Berry Global offers customized designs when required.
Extruded resin from spunbond and/or meltblown create webs and are then bonded with multiple patterns. Berry Global offers a broad range of options including colors, resin and/or chemical additives and weights to enhance performance.
Spunlace is more cost-effective and offers a variety of added chemistries like colors, FR and surfactants. Spunlace hydroentangles carded webs using either belt or proprietary Apex® patterns.
This technology is cost effective and produces products that meet performance demand in the Healthcare, Hygiene and Specialities segments. Spunmelt uses multiple polymer blends, additives and pigments via an extrusion, web lay down, calendar bonding and slitting one pass in-line process.
Through air bonded technology delivers products to meet the performance demands of the Hygiene and Specialties segments by providing products that are thicker and more three dimensional than typical non-wovens. Products meet the required air or liquid handling properties through hot air bonding of bicomponent polymers.
News & Insights
Enhancing Sustainability and Functionality with Modern, 100% Recycled Neue Water Bottles
It was when consulting for a luxury fashion brand that NEUE Water’s founder, Michael Lowers, noticed a problem for the fabulous woman visiting the atelier studio. The bottled water on offer didn’t fit their handbag. Looking further, he noticed that nothing on the market did, and that is where the idea for NEUE Water was born.
Plaswood® Delivers a Crowd-Pleasing Circular Solution for Raised Flower Beds
Berry Global’s Plaswood® business has collaborated with ecological transformation specialist Veolia to install Plaswood® plastic lumber raised flower beds outside Arsenal Football Club’s Emirates stadium. Manufactured in part from recycled seat covers from the stadium, the new flower beds emphasize plastics’ role in the circular economy by demonstrating how products can be given a useful second life and avoid being sent to landfills.
Berry Partners with Local School Corporation to Educate Students in Manufacturing and Logistics
Berry Global is proud to announce its partnership with the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation (EVSC) to help local juniors and seniors jumpstart their careers in manufacturing and logistics. Berry built a unique state-of-the-art on-site classroom for instruction and labs. Students attending these classes will learn valuable skills for the workplace while earning their high school diploma.