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ANDRITZ's needlepunch line for Mexican firm
ANDRITZ has received an order from Autoneum, headquartered in Winterthur, Switzerland, to supply an ANDRITZ neXline needlepunch eXcelle line to its plant in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
ANDRITZ presents innovations at INDEXTM17
ANDRITZ Nonwoven has gained a significant share in the booming, flushable wipes market thanks to its WetlaceTM technology.International technology Group ANDRITZ presented its proven nonwovens technologies at INDEXTM17 in Geneva, Switzerland (April 4-7).
ANDRITZ to supply new line to Hangzhou Pengtu
The scope of supply includes the delivery of an ANDRITZ neXline spunlace eXcelle line with two TT cards, which is now the new standard in China for high-capacity production of wipes. ANDRITZ Nonwoven, part of international technology Group ANDRITZ, has received an order from Hangzhou Pengtu etc.
ANDRITZ presents latest technologies
International technology Group ANDRITZ will present comprehensive nonwovens and textile production technologies at Hightex/ITM 2016 in Istanbul (Hall: 11, Booth: 1124 A). ANDRITZ Nonwoven – comprising ANDRITZ Asselin-Thibeau, ANDRITZ Küsters, and ANDRITZ Perfojet – has been active successfully on the Turkish market for many years and provides full lines and individual solutions for spunlace, wetlaid, needlepunch, bonding and finishing for spunbond applications, and textile calenders.
ANDRITZ launching latest innovations at IDEA16
ANDRITZ Nonwoven offers integrated in-house solutions from forming to finishing. ANDRITZ Nonwoven, a part of international technology Group ANDRITZ, will present its latest innovations at IDEA16, the major event for the nonwovens industry in the USA (May 3-5, 2016 in Boston; booth 801).
Andritz bags needlepunch line order from India
ANDRITZ Asselin-Thibeau has received an order from AUTOTECH Nonwovens, India, to supply a complete needlepunch line for flexible production of nonwovens for automotive, filtration, and coating substrate applications.
Biodegradable hygiene products
The WC at home is often used to dispose of items other than toilet paper: fabric items and wipes for cosmetics, personal care and hygiene that really do not belong in there. These moist wipes are broken down very poorly in water, so they get into the drainage system, and from there to the wastewater treatment plants, where they form enormous clumps and have to be removed at great effort and expense.