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Nonwovens/​Converting

Trützschler to present broad portfolio

Potential of exotic natural fibres such as nettle and pineapple to be discussed.

7th June 2022

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Moenchengladbach

Industrial

At this year’s Techtextil in Frankfurt from June 21-24, Trützschler Nonwovens will put the emphasis on its machinery and complete lines for the production of paper grade pulp, regenerated cellulose fibres, cotton and various other natural fibres, including linen and hemp and even nettle and pineapple.

Along with its software partner Proptium, the company will also introduce T-One, its new digital working environment for both fibre and polymer-based nonwoven producers. T-One supports routine tasks such as quality control and recipe management but also enables systematic line monitoring and data collection for line optimisations.

Another focus will be on durable nonwovens for automotive applications or end-uses in filtration and building and construction. Here, Trützschler Nonwovens has solutions for high-productivity, high-efficiency and low maintenance.

Trützschler cards are inevitably linked with tailor-made wires from Trützschler Card Clothing and options for boosting productivity in needling, high-speed spunlacing and thermal and chemical bonding lines will also be featured.

Trützschler Man-Made Fibers will meanwhile introduce the Optima-based TEC-O40 and TEC-O80 systems for extruding and spinning industrial yarns. The modular Optima platform is highly flexible and adaptable to manufacturing a broad spectrum of industrial yarns from polyamide, polypropylene or polyester.

The company is at stand D80 in Hall 12 at the Frankfurt show.

www.treutzschler.de

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