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Truetzschler Shows Off Developments in Hygiene and Light Webs

April 18, 2011

Thermal bonding and spunlace lines on display.

At INDEX Trutzschler Nonwovens presented its latest developments in the fields of hygienic applications and light webs. Technological developments in these fields are lines for chemical bonding—the new Fleissner Double Roller Unit for liquid and foam impregnation; lines for thermal bonding (through-air bonding/thermobonding)—reduction of energy consumption; and Spunlace lines—special applications (e.g. Spunbond and spunlace; natural fiber webs with Erko Random Card EWK413, Erko Airlay Card EWKL and Fleissner Lean Jet.

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