Major suppliers of nonwovens and related machinery provided new technological developments
Nanofibers below 500nm can easily be produced at a speed much higher than any other method. The choice of polymer, cross-section and process flexibility allow many different products to be produced on the same machine. Some of the high-value markets served are artificial leather, industrial fabrics and filter media.
In addition to meltblown and spunbond, Hills also provides high-capacity one-component and two-component staple fiber machinery, as well as converting existing "blend polymer" staple fiber machines into separable and sea-islanding machines at an affordable price. The price of true bi-component production of fibers, such as the manufacture of artificial leather and microfiber wipes.
Hills equipment is in use throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Customers can work in Hills’ in-house laboratory to develop multi-component and nanofiber melt-spun products. In addition to providing extrusion equipment and R&D support, Hills has also upgraded existing extruders and provided OEM production of small-scale/high-value fibers and fabrics.
It is a global leader in materials science, dedicated to designing and manufacturing a broad product portfolio for a wide range of industries, including cemented carbide rotary milling cutters for hygiene, personal care, medical and other applications.
Hyperion’s latest product improvements include the further implementation of IQUT, a high-tech solution that consists of hardware and software that allows manufacturers to continuously monitor key cutting parameters that affect performance and maintenance, and has developed Sleep. Replacing the cutting module greatly reduces the downtime of replacing the cutter or anvil.
Other technological advancements include major sustainability milestones and further expansion of manufacturing cutting solutions for medical applications involving rotary cutting functions, many of which support the increased demand brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic. In terms of sustainability, Hyperion has achieved its capability target this year, which is to be able to use 100% recycled tungsten and cobalt to manufacture peeling machines, thereby eliminating the dependence on raw material mining and the impact of mining on the environment.
. It is an expert in the toilet paper industry and a major supplier of packaging equipment. Green Bay has offices in Italy and the United States, and it has hired the world's best packaging engineers, which fully reflects the quality of its machinery, service and system design. Infinity's nonwoven product line includes strapping machines, bagging machines, boxing machines, conveyor systems, customized equipment and diverters. As long as its value proposition can meet the needs of its market and customers, its purpose is to develop infinitely and try its best to realize its maximum potential. In almost all aspects of the Infinity organization, Infinity strives to achieve perfection and provide longevity and continuity for its customers, employees and communities.
Help its customers maximize productivity through innovative products and services around the world. By leveraging its global service and support from its global product brand portfolio, including: Fife (web guiding solution), Tidland (extended shaft and slitting system solution), Magpowr (weighing sensor and tension control solution) ), RotoMetrics (die-cutting and tooling solutions), Webex/Componex (custom high-performance roll solutions including high-performance vacuum rolls), Maxcess provides a network of leading experts who can quickly solve customers’ most difficult application challenges . The design and manufacture of all products can work better together to provide the required performance.
It is a company located in Bologna, Italy. It has more than 20 years of experience in the design and marketing of packaging systems (strapping machines, heat shrink packaging machines, mobile packaging machines, box packaging machines, conveyors and palletizers) in the field of toilet paper and nonwovens. experience. The consumer goods industry, for example in the food and beverage industry. The solution developed by this Italian company is characterized by a high degree of automation, flexibility, efficiency, strength and robustness.
Microline's strategy has always been customer-centric, and has always maintained a good relationship with customers before establishing a real partnership with customers. Assisting in the drafting of the production line layout, Microline can provide the most advanced design skills and use the most advanced tools until after-sales. In fact, the company is one of the first companies to adopt the principles of Industry 4.0 and now provides a series of high-tech solutions, including systems for interfacing with customer company networks, remote assistance and parameter monitoring.
From daily operation to the method of ordering spare parts, all content related to the operation of the machine should be performed in the simplest possible way. Microline's goal is to ensure that customers can take full advantage of its inherent complexity and the latest technology.
The company has in-depth design and safety expertise, choosing high-quality components and materials that are easy to purchase and durable; whether it is designing a new packaging production line, or replacing or adding machinery to an existing installation, such skills are not available. Price.
It will launch its new air filtration technology in 2020, the zero M&R tornado system, which eliminates the need to operate traditional passive and active air filtration technologies that are usually packaged in drum filters and dust chambers.
The newly developed multi-vortex technology exhibited at last year's ANEX Tokyo exhibition operates with only one-third of the energy of conventional cyclones. The running speed of 244 independent tornadoes exceeds 1000G, ensuring that pollutants are completely removed from the incoming airflow. A hygienic production machine capable of supporting any Mobi-air module 0-75 KCMH. This process is described by leading air experts as the most significant technological breakthrough since the beginning of air filtration.
The Mobi-Air engineering and R&D team drew inspiration from the naturally formed multi-vortex tornadoes. These tornadoes run at more than 10 times the speed of cyclone G-Force, and require only one-third of the energy to run. Engineering and R&D teams have reduced energy consumption by more than 70%, while also significantly improving air quality. "Our team is proud of their breakthrough achievements, which will benefit many industries, and perhaps more importantly, benefit the planet." CTO Martin Scaife said.
The breakthrough patented technology not only greatly reduces operating costs by reducing energy requirements and reducing spare parts, but also the technology completely eliminates the risk of dust explosions, thereby eliminating the need for explosion protection.
Further improvements to zero energy HVAC have also been carried out. When operating in a closed-loop configuration, this patented new plug-in zero-energy HVAC technology can reduce customers' HVAC costs by 45-85% depending on the location of the factory.
The design and manufacture of conversion machines has a history of forty years. With extensive experience in winding and unwinding machinery, Mondon provides equipment for the sanitation, healthcare, automotive and construction industries.
From standard machines to tailor-made machines, Mondon provides complete solutions for existing or new processing lines. Due to its flexibility, Mondon has recently provided meltblown producers with its automatic unwinding machine in a short period of time to help fight Covid-19.
The product portfolio includes various types of decoilers, slitter rewinders, turret rewinders and spool production lines.
People have attached great importance to the ability to perform very precise tension control on low-weight products at very high speeds. Performance gained with its background engineering expertise developed on large-scale production machines and tests.
Mondon machines meet quality, efficiency and reliability. By adapting the design to the product, they can be applied to existing production lines. They vary in width from 1600 mm to 4000 mm, and are equipped with optional devices, such as lifting tables, for loading or unloading rolls. Interface parameter adjustment and mechanical design provide end users with reliable equipment that is easy to use and maintain. The pleasant interface makes training the best choice.
In addition, Mondon also provides SH series machines specially designed and manufactured for web paper, which combines high speed, efficiency and intelligence.
The needle plate handle is an important tool to handle the needle plate easily and without danger. It can prevent equipment damage and dangerous accidents in the workplace; facilitate the rotation, transportation, disassembly and loading of the needle plate on the needle loom; when purchasing a pair of needle plate handles, an auxiliary needle removal tool and a plug-in "S" "Type (34-43 gg felt needle).
Nomaco's needle plate maintenance table is an easy-to-operate device for inserting and/or removing needles.
Hot melt glue dispensing systems and parts are the global standard for glue dispensing in one-off sanitary production, which helps to improve global production efficiency and product quality.
Nordson's recently launched PureFlow hose has been carefully designed to significantly reduce the effects of degradation and extend the life of the hose in high-performance environments such as disposable sanitary production lines. When the adhesive is left unused in a standard heated hose, the adhesive begins to degrade, causing charring, discoloration, curing, or increased odor. Coke can cause nozzle clogging, leading to costly downtime for manufacturers, poor adhesive handling capabilities, and contaminating machinery. The use of degradable adhesives in disposable sanitary production can affect the quality of the final product, and PureFlow hoses are designed to prevent this from happening.
PureFlow hoses help extend the life of the adhesive dispensing system and improve product quality and efficiency. With PureFlow hose technology, material degradation can be avoided during delivery to the point of application, thereby ensuring that manufacturers will not stop during production, maintain consistent applications on the final product, and extend the product life of the entire system.
Has a wide range of spunbond technology products and services. The method of making geotextiles from polyester or polypropylene is characterized by high production capacity, high output, and low energy consumption to produce standard non-woven products.
For the production of sanitary nonwovens, Oerlikon Nonwovens provides its QSR (Quality Certification) system. Advantages of nonwoven fabric manufacturers: highly competitive solutions, attractive prices, and relatively low investment.
At the same time, with the help of Oerlikon's nonwoven meltblown technology, novel, unique and highly complex filter media can be easily and efficiently manufactured. Whether it is a stand-alone system with one or more locations, or a "plug and play" device for existing systems, or in combination with other technologies: Oerlikon's nonwoven meltblown process can already be cost-effectively produced with quality requirements The future of meltblown nonwovens.
In terms of sustainability and environmental compatibility, pulp or cellulose fibers as raw materials for manufacturing non-woven fabrics are currently almost unparalleled. The Oerlikon nonwoven airlaid process is an ideal solution for processing this raw material into high-end products suitable for various applications. Today, there is a huge demand for manufacturing solutions for high-quality, lightweight airlaid nonwovens with economically attractive production speeds and system yields. Moreover, the benefits of this technology are increasingly important in sustainable recycling applications.
The Asian market for paper hygiene products is on the rise. Although the market leaders are still large companies from the United States, Japan and Europe, today, smaller and even some large manufacturers from China and other parts of Asia have not only firmly established themselves, but are even gaining market share. Another feature of the market is that the quality specifications of the packaging are very high-nowadays, this is no longer just for Japan. The company's managing director said that this kind of quality awareness is becoming more and more common in Asia and the entire Western world.
, Oliver Rebstock (Oliver Rebstock).
Rebstock explained that it is a challenge to provide high-quality packaging for nonwoven products with very irregular geometries, such as diapers or sanitary pads, especially when very fast processing is required. Each weld on the package must be placed in the correct position. Optima machines have been able to produce visually high-quality products, but they are difficult to adjust.
This is a technical challenge that the company is willing to accept. New machine models have been developed especially for Asia. It is essential not only to make the operator fully familiar with the parameters of all equipment, but also to easily produce high-quality packaging.
The performance and process stability of Optima machines are still regarded as benchmarks in the industry. Optima Nonwovens has adjusted its output for new models developed for the Asian market. Therefore, the company will continue to provide market-leading technology for fully automated high-performance solutions specifically requested by global players including Asia. However, Optima Nonwovens has also expanded its product portfolio to include, for example, semi-automatic or fully automatic packaging machines for diapers and femcare products. The achievable packaging quality is still very high.
Five models of this machine are already available for the Asian market. They are suitable for various diapers and femcare products.
Headquartered in Rochester, New York,
Manufactures innovative web cleaners, sheet cleaners and craft roll cleaners for the coating, lamination, non-woven, printing and processing industries-specifically designed to remove dirt, contaminants, cutting dust and processing debris .
Its equipment is manufactured in the United States and is made using only the highest quality components to ensure effectiveness, durability and customer satisfaction.
In addition to equipment manufacturing, Polymag Tek also produces tapes, particle transfer fabrics and washing consumables for its equipment and its competitors.
Announced that it will further expand the product range of gas-hydraulic pressure scanning products. With the addition of the Porolux 200 family, Porometer can be sure that it has a porometer for customer-specific applications.
For customers who require pore size analysis as small as 91 nm, Porolux 200 is the ideal porosity meter that can perform very accurate measurements over the entire pressure range (0-7 bar). For all Porolux porous meters, Porolux 200 can also handle a flow rate of 200 L/min and automatically switch between different flow rates and pressure sensors.
Porolux 200 comes with Porometer’s internally developed software, allowing users to easily select relevant parameters (or load predefined settings), perform measurements on the computer screen, and extract data in Excel, Word or pdf format.
Want to know if Porolux 200 suits your needs? Don't hesitate to send samples to Porometer. It has all the hole measurement technology inside, and since it measures samples every day, it can really recommend the best technology for the customer's application.
Porometer is a German-Belgian company dedicated to the development and commercialization of instruments for measuring pore size distribution, gas and liquid permeability. Its porosimeter is widely used to characterize through holes in filtration and separation media in R&D and/or QA applications.
In the nonwoven industry, the use of carbon fiber on rollers is relatively new, but carbon fiber is a material that has a series of striking advantages in nonwoven applications. These advantages can free up performance and provide better results.
The demand for carbon fiber (CFRP) rollers is growing rapidly, and CFRP has become the material of choice for many applications in the non-woven fabric industry. why? Crucially, CFRP can greatly reduce the deflection of rollers made of other materials such as steel and aluminum. In this way, longer rollers can be used, which brings higher efficiency and larger scale to production, thereby achieving larger sizes and faster speeds.
Based on two sites in the Netherlands and Germany,
It is a supplier of CFRP rollers and has more than 40 years of rich experience in the design and manufacture of CFRP rollers and tubes, which is an impressive record.
"The advantages of CFRP specifically for nonwovens are low deflection and light weight," said Philipp Kroschner of Pronexos. "Our customers usually use larger deflection instead of aluminum rollers, which are widely used in a wide range of applications from medical masks to artificial grass. This move allows them to install longer rollers in their production lines."
In addition to reducing deflection, carbon fiber can also provide measurable improvements in strength, stiffness, and overall wear resistance. Kroschner said: "The combination of light weight, low deflection and strength makes carbon fiber ideal for applications where the manufacturing process is very rough or dirty." "Steel rolls will inevitably undergo some corrosion. Buying CFRP would not be done in this way. degradation."
Pronexos can manufacture carbon fiber CFRP rollers up to 6m in length, and can provide a range of coatings for the rollers, including rubber and its own registered composite coatings.
Over 70 years
He has played a leading role in the development of airlaid equipment for various industries such as automotive, abrasives, filtration, health/sanitation, furniture, aerospace and agriculture. Rando Machine designs and manufactures machinery for fiber preparation, web forming and shredding/re-fibrillation; and provides a complete turnkey production line with strategic partners.
Its laboratory includes a complete 40-inch fiber blending and web forming production line, as well as a shredding and re-fibering system for recycled bonded fibers. It has extensive experience in running various fibers, including cotton and man-made secondary fibers, nylon, polyester, natural fibers, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, rayon, glass fiber, carbon fiber, nanofiber, etc. Bring your fiber and let Rando's application engineering team show you possible solutions. It can be scheduled for process development or even short-term production laboratory tests according to customer needs.
At the end of 2019, Rando Machine is owned by EIS Machine LLC and a custom machine manufacturer headquartered in Indiana. This marriage gave Rando Machine's unparalleled application and design engineering team, along with EIS Machine's Indiana production facility, with additional modern manufacturing capabilities. Together, they are stronger than ever and can meet production needs through quick replacement of repair parts, roll repairs and new machines.
Under the guidance of the parent Matthews International,
It has been renamed Saueressig Surfaces and operated under the Saueressig Group. Saueressig Surfaces combines a wide range of surface treatments and strong technical expertise in finishing. Specifically for the nonwovens industry, Saueressig Surfaces' product portfolio includes embossing rollers and microporous shells for hydroentanglement, as well as engraved flat calendering rollers for spunbond nonwovens. The demand for non-woven fabrics is constantly growing. Design is becoming more and more challenging, and manufacturing technology is becoming more and more complex. As a recognized expert in the field of nonwovens, Saueressig Surfaces has established a firm foothold in the international market by continuously improving the position of its sleeves and rollers in all applications.
Due to internal replication capabilities, professional sales team, the latest laser-based engraving methods and highly mature glue-adjusting technology, the Saueressig Surfaces team can provide patterns, rollers and sleeves for all non-woven fabric manufacturers in the non-woven fabric production process. Design and development assistance. By using hardened rollers, MPS, basic and structured rollers, Saueressig Surfaces can make personalized material improvements and provide customized products for nonwoven fabric manufacturers. These customized rollers, structures and pattern templates provide the best product quality both in manufacturing and in the final result.
Any major wet wipes manufacturer in the world has heard of or is using it
machine. Of course, on Covid-19, the demand for such machines has soared, so Shemesh has recently enhanced its flagship integrated circular wipe paper packaging machine Xpander with a series of improvements and upgrades.
Xpander is a sturdy, fully automatic, servo-driven vertical indexing machine. It is specially designed as a single block for downstream packaging of circular, non-woven wet wipes in a tank.
With its unique all-in-one packaging machine design, Xpander covers all aspects of downstream packaging of circular wet wipes, from the loading, dosing and sealing of cans and wet wipes to capping, labeling, built-in quality control and intelligent weighing. Check again. The throughput of Xpander is as high as 35ppm, which is the only machine of its kind on the market today.
Its sister unit Xpander+ includes fully automatic feeding, as long as the lid and tank hopper remain full and can be operated completely "hands-free"-and even provide higher work efficiency.
All Xpander machines that are truly universal support round, conical, rectangular and oval cans, screw caps and push caps, as well as wrap-around labels or front and rear labels.
Both Xpander and Xpander+ have recently been enhanced, including improvements to quality control, production consistency, an improved operating system and new Industry 4.0 features.
Shemesh Automation has more than 30 years of industry experience and more than 1,400 assets in 30 countries/regions around the world. Shemesh Automation is a global leader in the field of high-end packaging machinery.
Has more than half a century of experience in the production of machinery and equipment for textiles and nonwovens.
Talk to the owner Ing. Stefano Zanardi, the son of the founder who founded the company in Milan in the 1950s, quickly showed his passion for machinery, focusing on continuous innovation based on many projects.
In fact, Sicam has integrated a number of technologies that affect the bonding of airlaid or carded fibers, as well as spunlace or spunbond, short fiber, chemical bonding, spraying or thermosetting processes. Tailor-made projects and complete turnkey solutions enable Sicam to compete with major international companies.
In March 2020, due to its long-term experience in the medical field and its own spunbond machinery and equipment, Sicam made contact with Crown Name Group in Wuhan. Crown Name Group is a high-quality and standardized disposable sanitary suit and safety workwear. The world's leading supplier.
In a historical period, due to the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, hygiene and safety wear are of the utmost importance for ethical, legal, and financial considerations. All organizations have a responsibility to ensure that employees and anyone else who may be affected remain safe. At any time, Crown Name Group needs to increase spunbond production machinery and equipment to produce respirators, which is a medical treatment required by international law.
Therefore, they chose an experienced partner in the field of non-woven machinery as Sicam. Their profession is customized work for each project, with special attention to best production practices, efficiency and environmental factors. The Sicam provided to the spunbond equipment of the Title Group ensures high-quality output and knows that only when respirators made of high-quality standard nonwovens are used, the use of these respirators will be truly protected.
Nonwoven fabric manufacturing uses a wide range of high-speed innovative processes to produce engineered fiber products, many of which in turn produce combustible fiber accumulation. SonicAire's industrial dust/fiber control fans use sophisticated airflow technology to prevent the accumulation of combustible fibers. This proactive approach effectively keeps the elevated areas of the factory clean and reduces the risk of combustible fiber incidents.
The fan system provides safety, productivity, economy and regulatory compliance solutions. Please contact SonicAire for a no-obligation assessment of the facility, or download its free e-book-How to Eliminate Combustible Dust in Facilities.
Technical rolls for mask machines, ultrasonic welding stations or slitting rewinders for textiles and meltblown,
Its three brands Calemard, Decoup+ and Roll Concept have participated in the fight against the spread of Covid-19.
On a global scale, its customers must face the ever-increasing demand for health care products, especially the demand for disposable masks. To support them, Spoolex adjusted its organizational structure to protect all employees while maintaining support for customers. During this critical period, Roll Concept continued to manufacture and deliver its technical rollers to major mask machine manufacturers. The production capacity of the machine is as high as 600 pieces per minute, so rollers with high technical content and extremely low rotational inertia are required. Thanks to the patented Alveotube profiles stocked in our workshop, Roll Concept is able to react quickly to provide tailor-made and easy-to-install low-inertia rolls. On the other hand, Decoup+ has successfully used manual sealing machines to produce face masks. Because of its clean seams and corrosion resistance, ultrasound is mainly used for rapid mask manufacturing operations. Its Decoup + ultrasonic welding station is an independent, ergonomic workstation, easy to use, reasonable price, and very suitable for small and medium-sized series. Then, during containment, Callemard provided the resources needed to support specific requirements for reeling machines or wide slitting machines, and was even able to deliver the machines to meet emergency requirements for wide slitting fabrics, nonwovens and, of course, meltblown. demand. In addition, while continuing to ensure the delivery of spare parts and remote technical support, the customer support team even managed to perfectly debug the two machines using Industry 4.0 Calemard skills. Spoolex is even more committed to helping and supporting its customers who are fighting the virus. Recently, it decided to increase Calemard's participation in the production of facial masks.
Established in 2004, it has been committed to continuous product and process improvement since the beginning, and it is also driven by continuous patent activities. Today
Through the design, development and sales of ultra-fast, innovative and ultra-flexible production lines, with the lowest total cost of ownership, we play the role of a global technology leader in providing wet tissue production equipment.
These functions cover the entire conversion cycle from raw material processing to wipe packaging and tray handling, while still ensuring ease of use, maximum integration and high performance for each industrial customer.
Teknoweb's total solution line includes:
As part of the IMA Group, the IMA Group is a leader in the design and production of automatic process and packaging machinery, and it has increasingly consolidated the company's role as a potential technology single partner for any wet tissue manufacturer in the world.
RoRo StretchPack machine
It has achieved rapid success in the packaging of non-woven rolls. In recent years, more RoRo StretchPack machines have been installed by global customers all over the world. The machine uses horizontal stretch hood packaging to provide packaging and waterproof sealing. Compared with traditional packaging methods, this innovative packaging technology can reduce film consumption by 25-60%. Customers can not only save film costs, but also have a packaging system that has a positive impact on the environment.
Horizontal stretch hood packaging is very suitable for non-woven rolls. Due to the packaging of the range hood, the reel will be completely sealed and prevent dust and water from penetrating. Packaging and sealing are done in an automated operation, so there is no need, for example, a heat shrink system.
Non-woven fabric rolls can be packed tightly to ensure uniform packaging and smooth surface. This is best for trademarks that print logos on film. Stretch film is not as sticky as other types of film, which makes it easy to stack and handle packaged rolls. As an option, the customer can have an applicator for automatic insertion of the stopper at the end of the reel.
The horizontal stretch hood packaging is based on the mature pallet vertical stretch hood packaging technology. Tentoma has perfected this technology, so it can also be horizontally integrated into the production line. Tentoma is located in Denmark and installs packaging systems worldwide.
The Signature series of vacuum conveyors provides processors with a "plug and play" solution for removing powder, superabsorbent polymers, granules and other granular bulk materials from totes, barrels, bulk bags, garbage bins and Sources such as Gaylord are transported to destination lines such as processing or packaging. Each five-part system includes a paper pick-up rod, a delivery hose, a vacuum receiver with an automatic pulse filter cleaning function, a vacuum generator and a UL-certified control. The equipment of the 1500 series is suitable for vacuum conveying applications ranging from a few to 1500 lbs/hr (680 kg/hr), or the equipment of the 3500 series can convey a conveying rate of up to 3500 lbs/hr (1600 kg/hr). The system can be used in general or hygienic designs.
The WLK single-shaft crusher series provides many customized options for the recycling of nonwovens. The F+ rotor is most commonly used for the initial destruction of non-woven products. It can be equipped with bolts or welded tool holders and is ideal for shredding filament-based materials ("F" stands for "filament".) Weimar also offers frozen rotor options for materials with lower melting points. The cooled rotor is hollowed out so that the cooling water can flow through the inside of the rotor consistently when shredding. This reduces the temperature of the rotor and enables the shredder to process this material as efficiently as possible without melting.
Non-woven fabrics are very durable, but when they are cut or shredded, dust is released into the air. For example, when a leg hole is cut from a baby diaper, the dust released is messy and very dangerous in the production environment. Installing a briquetting machine at the discharge port of the dust collection system can help eliminate dust in the factory and improve overall safety. The dust collection system can pneumatically convey any remaining dust to the covered briquetting machine. This controlled system eliminates the need for employees to spend time cleaning and transporting dust, and allows nearby machines to operate in a dust-free environment. The Weimar briquetting machine uses pressure (not adhesive) to compress dust or shavings into small hockey-shaped briquettes. The briquetting rate is as high as 9:1, and the briquettes can save the company a lot of money only in the cost of trash bin transportation. Fewer trash cans are towed away, which means a larger bottom line and a smaller environmental footprint.
The global pandemic of Covid-19 has driven the demand for special products and personalized products to cope with the influence of microorganisms, viruses or bacteria, and the diversity of finishing agents is increasing. Compared with today, future products will add these functions in more industrial fields-not only in the medical and health industries. In terms of sustainability and optimizing profits, the consumption of chemicals, water and heat is becoming more and more important, so greater production flexibility is required.
Rotary atomizers provide users with some advantages that cannot be compensated by alternative application methods or cannot be achieved only through other application methods, such as having the best process stability and repeatability at any time. The rotary atomizer works in a non-contact manner, so it is particularly gentle on the non-woven fabric to be finished.
In an era of increasingly scarce resources, sustainability has become the central topic of the nonwoven industry. Finally, finishing should save materials and resources as much as possible, but it must be effective.
With its headquarters located near Stuttgart, Germany, its concepts and systems developed and produced are suitable for non-spray minimal applications, and its focus is on sustainable rotary atomizers.
The rotary atomizer works in the droplet range. Packaged versions such as Weko-ProTec provide a housing for the rotor holder and connect it to the air extraction system. Therefore, the pollution of the working environment is eliminated. This is especially advantageous when oil or silicone-based fluids are used. Substances excluded from the rotary atomizer for health reasons can also be used more often with this variant, for example, with antibacterial, antiviral or antibacterial functions.
Weko-ProTec can achieve high production speeds without spraying effects.
Experience "innovation at work". In the internal Weko pilot road, many experiments outside the running production chain can be pre-tested to ensure maximum flexibility for customers and enable their own test series outside of production.