What are the decisive criteria for successful nonwoven manufacturing? The answer Trützschler Nonwovens focuses on at Index 17 is high-quality webs and low conversion costs.
A major point at the show will be carding concepts for creating perfect webs for hygiene and other applications. Many end products require distinctive web characteristics; therefore, Trützschler Nonwovens continuously extends its range of fiber treatment, carding and web forming machinery. At Index 17, visitors are invited for discussions on airlay cards, random cards and the various configurations of its proven standard roller card.
In the bonding process, a different type of challenge often arises when productivity and efficiency become an issue. Take for instance chemical bonded webs; with the new Trützschler High-Speed Foulard for the application of liquid binding agents, the company addresses line speed. Various optimizations on rolls (patent pending) and sub-components allow for increasing the production speed of lightweight webs by up to 50%.
Hydroentangling and drying are a third focus point at Index 17 because these processes are always worth a detailed discussion. For decades, the AquaJet and multi-drum dryer have been on the top of Trützschler Nonwovens’ R&D agenda. The company is looking forward to discuss the various configurations, new features and the most efficient spunlacing and drying processes with Index visitors.