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DiloGroup presents latest developments in Frankfurt

Dilo will highlight its technologies like Hyperpunch and Di-Lour needling at the upcoming Techtextil trade show.

29th March 2019

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Eberbach

Medical/Hygiene, Transport/​Aerospace, Industrial

Dilo HyperTex installation. © DiloGroup

Dilo, a leading equipment supplier of complete lines for staple fibre nonwoven fabric production, will highlight its technologies like Hyperpunch and Di-Lour needling at the upcoming Techtextil trade show that takes place in Frankfurt in May. During one of the most important exhibitions in the field of nonwovens, Dilo will discuss how these developments have opened new markets for nonwovens and raised the bar regarding quality and efficiency.

“The development cycles in machine building cannot be measured in months. Therefore, we are pleased that one of our latest developments in horizontal crosslappers, the Hyperlayer is now being installed in several spunlace production lines. This crosslapper can realise infeed speeds up to 200 m/min due to its special design and is ideal for a low number of layers of lightweight webs,” the company says.

“Our Dilo-HyperTex installation, consisting of a yarn laydown unit from Messrs. Ontec and subsequent needling, provides highly efficient inline production of reinforced needlefelts. With this system, scrim structures and preneedled weblayers can be needled together at speeds up to 20 m/min.”

The new needle arrangement 8000 X is designed to ensure homogeneous distribution of needle penetrations in the felt over a wide range of advance/stroke. “The results are considered a breakthrough for improved surface qualities, particularly for car interiors,” the company concludes.

www.dilo.de

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