From July 22 to 24, 2021, Andritz, an international technology group, will showcase its newest nonwovens manufacturing and textile solutions at ANEX/SINCE 2021 in Shanghai, China.

The extensive Andritz product line, which will be on display at booth 1L10, includes air-through bonding, needlepunch, spunlace, spunbond, wetlaid/Wetlace, converting, textile finishing, airlay, recycling, and bast fibre processing, among other nonwovens and textile manufacturing technologies.

Andritz (China) Ltd.’s Wuxi Branch, which offers an experienced platform for manufacturing and service specifically tailored to the Asian nonwovens sector, strengthens the company’s position in China. It creates cutting-edge lines for Andritz aXcess, which comprises full lines and individual equipment for air-through bonding, needlepunch, and spunlace operations.

Wuxi’s service department is likewise known for its quick deliveries and outstanding customer care. On-demand deployment of a team of technicians and process specialists to client sites seeking full-service support is possible. A roll servicing facility with state-of-the-art grinding equipment and a test stand for several roll types are among the Andritz facilities.

Materials for durable purposes are one of the major end-use markets for nonwoven goods, since they provide technology for a wide range of applications. Nonwovens manufactured with the needlepunch process are used in vehicle interior linings, building materials, geotextiles, synthetic leathers for apparel and furnishings, carpets, filtration, and many more sectors.

Customers may choose from a variety of needlepunch options thanks to the company’s needlepunch technology. The Andritz ProWin web control system enhances web dispersion, homogeneity, profile, and structure for needlepunch materials.

The extra benefit of utilising a combination of fibres without chemical additions, such as wood pulp, short-cut cellulosic fibres, viscose, cotton, hemp, bamboo, or linen, results in a 100 percent sustainable fabric, satisfying consumers’ demands and helping the current trend away from plastics and synthetics.

The Andritz neXline wetlace CP line is the most recent advancement in this sector. This method combines the advantages of two forming processes (inline drylaid and wetlaid web forming), as well as hydroentanglement bonding. Natural fibres, such as pulp or viscose, may be easily processed to provide a high-performance, cost-effective wipe that is entirely biodegradable and plastic-free.

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