Andritz to introduce nonwoven lines for technical textile production

By David Stevenson

International technology group Andritz is to introduce a full range of complete nonwoven lines for the production of technical textiles during the CINTE 2012 exhibition, which runs from October 22-24.
At the event in China, Andritz Küsters, Andritz Asselin-Thibeau, and Andritz Perfojet will present the latest lines and advanced systems for high-end technical nonwovens at booth N5B21.
Andritz Perfojet will present its new Jetlace Evolution machine designed for technical fibres and durable products, such as automotive or filtration substrates. The Jetlace unit is said to offer efficiency either for high capacity or for bonding power dedicated to industrial applications.
In addition, Andritz Küsters has developed a new calender design especially for the production of delicate, technical textiles with very high density. The teXcal Trike is a 3-roll calender with S-Roll, Xpro Roll and heated steel roll in a triangular roll arrangement.
This configuration allows extremely flexible production by using one or two nips. Both nips are individually adjustable without influencing the other nip’s deflection characteristics. In comparison to standard 3-roll calenders with vertical roll arrangement, the teXcal Trike reduces seam loss to a minimum.
Fields of application include sailcloth, woven monofilament/multifilament fabrics, filters, and parachute silk. In order to optimise material properties, the teXcal Trike achieves absolute flatness, air permeability, and defined thickness profiles.
With the ACS system, Andritz Asselin-Thibeau is introducing its latest innovation in cross-lapping technology, capable of handling bulky card webs when feeding a cross-lapper. At CINTE 2012, the focus will also be on the benefits of using the ProDyn technology, a feature guaranteeing uniformity of the web. Combined with the A50 needle loom series, this solution provides a clear competitive edge for end users, said Andritz.International technology group Andritz is to introduce a full range of complete nonwoven lines for the production of technical textiles during the CINTE 2012 exhibition, which runs from October 22-24.
At the event in China, Andritz Küsters, Andritz Asselin-Thibeau, and Andritz Perfojet will present the latest lines and advanced systems for high-end technical nonwovens at booth N5B21.
Andritz Perfojet will present its new Jetlace Evolution machine designed for technical fibres and durable products, such as automotive or filtration substrates. The Jetlace unit is said to offer efficiency either for high capacity or for bonding power dedicated to industrial applications.
In addition, Andritz Küsters has developed a new calender design especially for the production of delicate, technical textiles with very high density. The teXcal Trike is a 3-roll calender with S-Roll, Xpro Roll and heated steel roll in a triangular roll arrangement.
This configuration allows extremely flexible production by using one or two nips. Both nips are individually adjustable without influencing the other nip’s deflection characteristics. In comparison to standard 3-roll calenders with vertical roll arrangement, the teXcal Trike reduces seam loss to a minimum.
Fields of application include sailcloth, woven monofilament/multifilament fabrics, filters, and parachute silk. In order to optimise material properties, the teXcal Trike achieves absolute flatness, air permeability, and defined thickness profiles.
With the ACS system, Andritz Asselin-Thibeau is introducing its latest innovation in cross-lapping technology, capable of handling bulky card webs when feeding a cross-lapper. At CINTE 2012, the focus will also be on the benefits of using the ProDyn technology, a feature guaranteeing uniformity of the web. Combined with the A50 needle loom series, this solution provides a clear competitive edge for end users, said Andritz.

 

Source:  ei.wtin.com

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