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The machine knows best
The new Reicofil 5 spunmelt system is poised to have a significant impact on the nonwovens industry, writes managing editor Adrian Wilson.It’s now 15 years since Reifenhäuser Reicofil introduced its Reicofil 4 system and it has subsequently more or less become the industry standard for the high volume production of spunmelt fabrics (spunbond, meltblown and composites), certainly for the disposable hygiene market.
SNW meets Andritz
Sustainable Nonwovens metTobias Schäfer, vice president of sales at Andritz Nonwoven at Techtextil Frankfurt 2017.
Validation for graphene geotextiles
ROSEBERY –Imagine Intelligent Materials, based in Rosebery, Australia, has announced the completion of a second 10,000 square metre installation of nonwoven geotextiles made functional by coatings of its imgne X3 graphene solution.
US petition claims Asian polyester dumping
Xerium hits process belt milestone
GLOGGNITZ – Consumable products provider Xerium Technologies has celebrated the shipment of its 1000th Huycon process belt from its plant in Gloggnitz, Austria.
Autoneum sells Brazil facilities
BETIM – Automotive acoustic materials manufacturer Autoneum has sold its production facilities in Betim, Brazil, to acoustics and composites manufacturer STS Group, a necessary move, Autoneum says, due to ongoing economic weakness in Brazil impacting the company’s production capacity.
Mobi-Air hybrid for hygiene industry
GENEVA – Mobi-Air has launched a new version of its hybrid industrial air filtration technology.
Advansa receives safety award
Autoneum improving acoustics for electric vehicles
WINTERTHUR – As the eco-friendly requirements for vehicles is increasing, there is a growing demand for lighter, quieter and more efficient components.
Obituary: Gerold Fleissner
With the passing away of Gerold Fleissner at the age of 92, the complete textile industry has lost a visionary person with activity, responsibility and social commitment who enriched all the industry with his inventions worldwide, writes former company vice-president Alfred Watzl.
 
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