With 266 baby diaper machines manufactured since the company was founded, Fameccanica, Teatino, Italy, has sold 31 lines during the past two years. Fameccanicas Superstar baby diaper machine, which was introduced in 2000, offers operating ease, high efficiency and waste performance standards and upgradability. The company also contributed to the launch of training pant machinery and now supplies machines that offer elastic stretch panels and different size configurations at higher production speeds. For each configuration, Fameccanica has developed technologies for state-of-the-art systems for accurately applying elastic materials to guarantees adequate fits. Fameccanicas FA-X Superstar TP is more flexible and can be configured to produce training pants and standard baby diapers on the same line. The company will also soon begin manufacturing training pants on its FA-X Superstar XP, with cross direction process manufacturing. Telephone: 39-085-45531; Fax: 39-085-44609-98; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Website: www.fameccanica.com.
The Chemical Foam Systems manufactured by Gaston Systems, Stanley,
NC, have recently been equipped with new software to enhance specific
operating and cleaning sequences to give customers a broader application
flexibility. The systems are operator friendly and reportedly require
no more than one day of training for buyers for full production.
Telephone: 704-263-6000; Fax: 704-263-0954; E-mail: GASTONSYS@aol.com.
Several product introductions from Nordson Nonwovens Systems, Dawsonville, GA, can provide disposable product manufacturers with new performance capabilities while improving their hot melt adhesive and production efficiency. An elastic attachment with the SureWrap process improves creep resistance with lower adhesive add-on rates. Lamination and core stabilization benefit from enhanced bond strength and improved pattern cross-web uniformity using the Summit II applicator. For high speed production, the E-400 electric applicator delivers rapid dispensing, accurate pattern control and extended service life. Telephone: 800-727-7224; Fax: 706-216-2981; E-mail: email@example.com; Website: www.nordson.com.
The Center of Excellence testing facility at Nordson Fiber Systems, Dawsonville, GA site actively conducts research and production trials for nonwovens manufacturers to accurately qualify substrate characteristics and costs. The pilot line is capable of producing mono and bicomponent spunbond, meltblown and SMS composites at full production speeds. Recent trials resulted in the sale of a Nordson 3.2-meter-wide multibeam spunbond system to General Tekstil sanayi ve Ticaret A.S., Gaziantep, Turkey. The system can processes polyethylene, polypropylene and polyester and other raw materials for nonwovens fabric production. Telephone: 877-256-5227; Fax: 706-216-1517; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Website: www.nordson.com.