ANDRITZ to present novel nonwovens tech at ANEX/SINCE 2021
International technology group ANDRITZ will present its innovative nonwovens production and textile solutions at ANEX/SINCE 2021 in Shanghai, China, from July 22 to 24, 2021.
International technology group
ANDRITZ will present its innovative nonwovens production and textile solutions
at ANEX/SINCE 2021 in Shanghai, China, from July 22 to 24, 2021.
ANDRITZ (China) Ltdâ€™s Wuxi Branch
has an experienced platform for production and service especially for the Asian
nonwovens industry. It designs and manufactures cutting-edge lines for the
ANDRITZ aXcess product range, which includes complete lines and individual
machines for air-through bonding, needlepunch and spunlace processes. Due to
it, nonwovens producers have access to a full range of technologies for the
production of high-quality nonwoven roll goods.
Among the largest end-use markets
for nonwoven products are materials for durable uses. Interior linings for
cars, materials for construction, geotextiles, synthetic leathers for clothing
and furniture, carpeting, filtration and many other industries rely on the use
of nonwovens produced using the needlepunch method.
ANDRITZ needlepunch technology
provides customers with a full range of solutions. For needlepunch materials,
the ANDRITZ ProWin web control system optimizes web distribution, uniformity,
profile, and structure. The ProWin system is a smart combination of the ANDRITZ
weight profiling control technologies â€“ ProDynTM and ProWidTM
â€“ used to gain the most advantages from both technologies in terms of fiber
weight profiling on delivery to the crosslapper.
ANDRITZ Nonwovenâ€™s processes play
a pioneering role in the production of biodegradable materials. For many years,
ANDRITZ has offered different processes, like spunlace, Wetlace and Wetlace CP,
all with one goal in mind: Elimination of plastic components while maintaining
the high quality of the desired product properties. Such processes achieve high
performance entirely with plastic-free raw materials. The added benefit of
using a blend of fibers, like wood pulp, short-cut cellulosic fibers, viscose,
cotton, hemp, bamboo or linen, without chemical additives results in a 100%
sustainable fabric, thus meeting customersâ€™ needs exactly as well as supporting
the strong tendency to move away from plastics and synthetics.
The latest development in this
field is the ANDRITZ neXline wetlace CP line. This process combines the
benefits of two forming technologies (inline drylaid and wetlaid web forming
process) with bonding by hydroentanglement. Natural fibers, like pulp or
viscose, can be processed smoothly and generate a high-performance and
cost-efficient wipe that is fully biodegradable and plastic-free.
technology group ANDRITZ offers a broad portfolio of innovative
plants, equipment, systems and services for the pulp and paper industry, the
hydropower sector, the metals processing and forming industry, pumps,
solid/liquid separation in the municipal and industrial sectors, as well as
animal feed and biomass pelleting. It is publicly listed and has around 26,950
employees and more than 280 locations in over 40 countries.
Source: ANDRITZ Press
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