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Oerlikon To Exhibit At TTNA

February 2, 2009

Modular carding technology, improved crosslapping and elliptical needling will be showcased.

Oerlikon Neumag will be at Techtextil North America (hall 3, booth 121) on April 21-23 in Las Vegas, NV promoting its carding technology with a series of improvements to FOR preparation and carding, Fehrer needlepunching and Autefa crosslapping. Technical innovations include a new modular card system, crosslappers with improved profiling plus a new drive technology and needlelooms with features such as elliptic needling, optimized needle patterns and automatic needle board exchange. For producing hydroentangled nonwovens, the FOR injection card and the Autefa crosslapper are also leading products with regard to speed and uniformity and are being applied worldwide with many leading hydroentangling systems. 

Based on its experience with engineering projects, Oerlikon Neumag offers full-scope service in planning, creating and optimizing turnkey installations, documented by many prominent line start-ups by key players in the global nonwovens industry. Whether spunbond for the roofing industry or meltblown for filter applications, needlepunched for geotextiles or underlayments, or airlaid for the acoustics industry, Oerlikon Neumag has machines and processes that meet demanding customer needs.


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