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Australia to produce medical masks with Oerlikon tech
August 2020
Oerlikon’s German-based business unit Oerlikon Nonwoven has now executed legal and commercial arrangements to supply the specialised machinery which can manufacture the nonwoven material locally.
Oerlikon's ecuTEC+ improves filter performance
July 2020
Spunbond and meltblown materials can be electrostatically charged to improve their filter performance. The ecuTEC+ electro-charging unit is part of the delivery scope of all meltblown systems currently sold for the manufacture of protective mask nonwovens.
Oerlikon Nonwoven large-scale meltblown sold to Asia
June 2020
The two-beam system has an operating width of 1.6 meters and is equipped with the new patented Oerlikon Nonwoven electro-charging unit.
European specialist buys Oerlikon meltblown system
March 2019
For Oerlikon Nonwoven, the IDEA, taking place between March 25 and 28 in Miami Beach, Florida USA, kicked off with the signing of a contract.
Oerlikon’s expanded nonwoven portfolio at SINCE 2017
November 2017
The Swiss Oerlikon Group’s new nonwoven business unit received very positive feedback from visitors to this year’s nonwovens exhibition SINCE 2017
Don & Low invests in Oerlikon Neumag equipment
August 2016
Oerlikon Neumag supplies nonwovens plant to Western Europe. Following the recent investment by Scottish company Don & Low, another leading western European nonwoven manufacturer has invested in an Oerlikon Neumag meltblown plant. The now signed contract comprises a system for the production of nonwovens made from polyolefins and other raw materials. The commercial production launch has been scheduled for the first half of 2017.
Efficient spunbond tech for growing market
May 2016
Oerlikon Neumag will present itself at this year’s IDEA in Boston with its extensive technology portfolio for the production of nonwovens: from spunbond and meltblown to airlaid through to staple fibres for the production of carded nonwovens. Areas of application include technical, such as filtration, roofing, geotextiles and automotive, in addition to medical and hygiene applications.
Aspex technology for filament & nonwoven
December 2015
Founded in 1978, Aspex Incorporated is the designer and manufacturer the of the original SpinTrak Automatic Spinneret Inspection System. The SpinTrak family of Spinneret inspection systems are specifically designed to inspect all types of extrusion dies/spinnerets used in filament yarn, staple fibre, spunbond, meltblown and spunlace applications.
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