Trützschler Presents Efficient Solutions for Manufacturing Fiber-Based Nonwovens


Company demonstrating the latest developments in pulp-based carded-pulp, wetlaid/spunlaced and needlepunching solutions

Trützschler Nonwovens, Trützschler Card Clothing and Voith (Booth 1641) present efficient manufacturing of fiber-based nonwovens. The company is demonstrating the latest developments in pulp-based CP (Carded-Pulp) and WLS (Wet-Laid/Spunlaced) technologies, T-Suprema needlepunching solutions combined with T-One, its digital working environment to boost nonwovens production in terms of productivity, quality and ease of use.

Trützschler Nonwovens and Voith is displaying new opportunities of paper-grade pulp as raw material for hydroentangled, biodegradable, single-use nonwovens. Since energy efficiency manufacturing is on everybody’s agenda, find out about its solutions for reducing energy and other resource consumption. Its cooperation partner Voith and its subsidiary Toscotec will be available for in-depth talks about wet-laying machinery. Voith provides highly innovative solutions for manufacturing textiles and nonwovens that offer economic and ecological benefits. As a full-line supplier, Voith achieves optimal fine-tuning of nonwoven products by focusing on long-term partnerships.

Trützschler roller cards for CP, spunlacing, needlepunching and thermal bonding processes are all equipped with high performing Trützschler card clothings. At the booth Trützschler Card Clothing is presenting the latest innovations and the extensive, worldwide available service offers that secure continuous high running performance.

With T-Suprema, needlepunching becomes as easy as never before. Trützschler Nonwovens’ key partnership with Texnology s.r.l. already proved its concept. The company shows solutions for both durable nonwovens used in technical end uses and disposable nonwovens for hygiene purposes.

An integral part of all T-Suprema lines is the T-One software package. This working environment integrates AI-based algorithms to simulate line behavior for easily optimizing line efficiency, resource consumption or nonwoven quality. Moreover, the software digitalizes major production-related working processes such as quality control or recipe management and constantly monitors product data, machine parameters and line performance.