Located in Dimona, Israel, Albaad is one of the three largest manufacturers of wet wipes and feminine hygiene items in the world. Its latest investment, which is currently in the first phase after start-up, has already reached a manufacturing speed of 200 meters per minute and exhibited high product quality.
"The installation and start-up of the machine went very well. With their professionalism and high level of commitment, the team has ensured the success of the project. Albaad appreciates the long-term commitment and support to achieve the line properties even when things were not as expected," says plant manager Gadi Chordesh.
Albaad exclusively uses fibers from cellulose on the line. In the first step, web formation, a suspension highly diluted with water is produced and fed into the Voith HydroFormer. Trützschler, meanwhile, contributed the web bonding and drying technology with its AquaJet technology.