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Fameccanica offers solutions for the incontinence market

July 18, 2014

The most recent market trends in the adult incontinence segment require products with better fit and comfort, while introducing effective cost saving solutions. Therefore, Fameccanica developed adult pant diaper model FIX P5X, a high-speed machine for pull-on protective underwear, with a unique technology for in-line processing of breathable, elastic laminated waistband with ultrasonically bonded transpiring spots to create a discrete and soft feeling product with maximum fit and comfort.

Another key innovation is FIX B2X, a medium-capacity machine for adult incontinence pant diapers, available for both the ultrasonically bonded film laminate waistband version and the traditional threads waist elasticization one.

Another interesting achievement in the field of adult incontinence is the “Best” Zero Trim Ear Technology, the well-known and appreciated Fameccanica patent solution for asymmetric Back Ears Sans Trim, that can allow “€-7-digit” estimated saving per year, available on the high-capacity machine model FIX P5 and medium-capacity FIX E3.

Still in adult incontinence, the entry-level adult incontinence diaper machine model FIX B2, is available in the configuration for the manufacturing of leg shaped or “multipiece” adult incontinence briefs with wide chassis, and another option is available in the configuration for both incontinence briefs and bed underpads.

In the field of lady and light inco, Fameccanica has introduced FNL P12 L.I. for light incontinence pads, with fluff absorbent core, high SAP contents and individually wrapped, including electronic repitch technology for elastic foam application.


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