ANDRITZ starts new batt forming line in South Africa
The new line at Romatex Home Textiles, based in Cape Town, will exclusively produce Maliwatt products as a replacement for plastic in the retail sector.
technology group, ANDRITZ, has started a new batt forming line at Romatex Home
Textiles (Pty) Ltd, one of the largest household textile manufacturers in South
Africa. The new stitchbonding line will be devoted to the production of
Maliwatt products as a substitute for plastic in the retail sector.
are widely used in applications such as home textiles, construction,
geotextiles, medical and footwear.
supplied Romatex with dedicated batt forming equipment, mixing an aXcess card
and an eXcelle crosslapper for production purposes. The new line will make the
best of Romatexâ€™s technical characteristics in terms of product quality and
line performance. It will enable Romatex to better serve its customers and meet
their requirements perfectly.
General Manager Operations, Romatex, said, â€œWe bought the first line from ANDRITZ
in 2017 and have been very satisfied with the close collaboration between our
companies, the flexibility and reliability of the machines, as well as the
excellent service in the years that followed. It was, of course, an important
consideration in the choice of supplier for our new investment. Again, ANDRITZ
provided very good project management, and the new line is running to our full
specialises in batt
forming equipment for stitchbonding processes used to make
Maliwatt, Malivlies and quilting. This segment is applicable for automotive,
household, bedding, roofing, footwear, medical filtration, wipes, etc.
Textiles, located in Cape Town, offers a complete range of bed linen, duvets,
pillows, and stitchbond products.
â€“ ANDRITZ press release
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