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Truetzschler Nonwovens GmbH (Fleissner)
By Marc Wolpers, Managing Director Sales
Truetzschler Nonwovens manufactures machines and systems for the production of nonwovens products. From razor-thin hygienic web all the way to thick noise-absorbent mats. The only company that offers technology within web bonding processes—hydr… Read More »
Published May 5, 2014
Autefa Solutions’ future range of machinery will include equipment for thermobonding, drying, cutting and winding. For that purpose, the company Autefa Solutions Switzerland AG, based in Lengwil, was founded. From the holders of the rights of t… Read More »
Published March 6, 2012
Japan’s Havix Corporation is increasing its thermal bond capacity to 4800 tons per year. The new equipment, which will add 1200 tons capacity, should begin operation in October 2012. According to Nonwovens Industry Far East correspondent Kin Oh… Read More »
Airlaid Technology And Its Material in China
By John Xuan, Nonwovens Staff
Published November 3, 2006
Similar to other nonwovens technologies, much of Chinea’s airlaid machinery comes from the U.S, Europe and other developed areas. This market began at the end of the 1990s when Rite, based in Wuzhong, built a commercial airlaid line, based on… Read More »
Published October 3, 2005
This complete line for thermal bonded airlaid felts is composed of the LaRoche Airlay feeding the new Strahm HiPer Therm oven. The line includes slitting, winding, stacking, packing and powder scattering equipment. With a weight range from 300 to 400… Read More »
By Scott Foster, Sales Director
By Allan Strauss, President
By Dr. Dong Zhang, Textile Research Associate
Published March 20, 2008
The textile industry is one of the largest consumer-supported industries with significant impact on the worldwide economy. Advancements in applications of nonwovens technology to improve textile properties offer a great economic potential for the in… Read More »
Published November 17, 2006
Andrew Industries 2005 Sales: $96 million Plants South Carolina, Missouri, China, U.K. Processes Needlepunch, thermal bonded Brand names Southern Felt, Slater Felt, Bondex, Andres, Webron Marling Major Markets Filtration Manchester, U.K.… Read More »
Published September 11, 2006
KNH Taipei, Taiwan www.knh.com.tw $71 million Key Personnel J.C. Tai, president and owner; Dr. Kirk Hwang, president; George Wong, hygiene business director; Herman Tai, industrial specialties business director; Alvin Hu, technical vice president… Read More »