ANDRITZ to supply nonwovens line for flushable wipes to Turkish firm
ANDRITZ Nonwoven, part of international technology Group ANDRITZ, has received an order to supply a complete wetlace line to the leading Turkish nonwovens producer Akinal Sentetik Tekstil. The highly flexible ANDRITZ technology combines wet forming and hydroentanglement and is especially suitable for the production of flushable wipes that are dispersible and 100 per cent biodegradable without any chemical binder.
The future of BCF technology
With the introduction of the rotating tangle unit RoTac3 at the Domotex 2015 from 17 to 20 January in Hanover, the Oerlikon Segment Manmade Fibers wants to pave the innovative way to the future of BCF technology. Oerlikon Neumag´s (hall 5, stand A31) exhibition highlight enables substantial energy savings and creates many further advantages for the production of BCF carpet yarn with the 3-end plant S+.
Karl Mayer to debut at JEC
KARL MAYER to focus on technology for reinforcing textiles & carbon application at the JEC Europe Composites Show & Conferences in Paris.
Nonwoven potential huge: ITTA meet
In spite of slowdown in nonwovens, following general economy, the global per capita consumption is expected to grow from 1 kg to 2011 to 2 kg by 2025. And nonwoven and nonwoven-based products find wide applications in personal & healthcare, infrastructure, air & water purification and mobility.
Allma scores points with E3 technology
From 10-12 February 2015, the Tyre Technology Expo in Cologne, the most important international trade fair and conference centre for tyre design and manufacture, is once again the platform for tyre manufacturers and suppliers from all over the world.
Durst´s latest digital printer at Heimtextil
Durst, the specialist for industrial inkjet applications presents its enhanced Digital Textile Printing Portfolio at the Heimtextil 2015 in Frankfurt. In Hall 4.2, Stand E15, visitors to the trade fair can take a closer look at the impressive capabilities of Durst High Performance Inkjet Printers. Durst's Kappa Series of digital direct printer systems are designed for an industrial scale textile production of fashion- and home textiles.
MMF industry holds immense scope for India: Oerlikon seminar
The technical seminar, organised by Oerlikon Group in Daman, underscored the wider scope of manmade fibres in India. ´China will for the first time slowly change from planning industry principle to market-driven principle. Secondly, focus of China´s textile industry is more on domestic market development.
OUTLOOK™highlights nonwoven future
In opening the 13th edition of OUTLOOK™, the world-leading conference for the nonwovens personal care industry, Pierre Wiertz, General Manager of EDANA reminded delegates that there was a close relationship between many of the conference themes,
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