ANDRITZ Nonwoven’s new tech reduces raw material use
ANDRITZ has created a new weight profiling technology called ProWin that helps all nonwoven producers to increase their process speed by up to 15% and achieve optimum weight profiling.
ANDRITZ, one of the worldâ€™s leading technology
brands in the nonwoven industry, has always been at the forefront of creating
sustainable and innovative solutions for the industry. The brand has now
created a new weight profiling technology called ProWin. This weight profiling
product is a perfect mix of ProDyn and ProWid. It helps all nonwoven producers
to increase their process speed by up to 15% and achieve optimum weight
profiling. It combines the in-depth knowledge of ANDRITZ and the long-term
experience of the brand.
â€œWe have developed a self-regulating, advanced
technology to reduce fiber deposits at the edges of the web and eliminate the
â€œsmileâ€ effect across its width. ProWin enables producers to optimize the CV
ratio autonomously and precisely while also generating significant fibre
savings of up to 10% and increasing production speed. Thus, it also provides a
faster ROI,â€œ says Guillaume Julien, Head, Needlepunch Sales, at ANDRITZ
By minimizing raw material input and maximizing
performance, the cost can be optimized. This new technology will help get back
the wasted edges of their fabric and reuse them. As a result, fabric producers
can use the same web characteristics and quality as when using virgin fibers.
ANDRITZ also offers Metris – ANDRITZ digital
solutions, a service-based app, that can be used to track raw materials
consumption. This can monitor fiber consumption and help investigate raw
material losses. This can optimize the systemâ€™s consumption of raw materials.
This brand offers a wide range of other products across different platforms to cater
to the needs of customers.
Source: ANDRITZ press release
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