April 20, 2024
Technical Textile & Nonwoven

Trützschler Showing Developments In Nonwovens At Techtextil

Trützschler Nonwovens will spotlight latest developments for the production of high-quality fibre-based nonwovens at Techtextil in Hall 12.0, Stand C61.

“Special focus will be on T-Suprema needle-punching lines and sustainable solutions for cellulose-based nonwovens,” the German company said in a press release.

Techtextil 2022 was marked by the official announcement of the cooperation between Trützschler Nonwovens and Texnology.

This year, Trützschler is going a step ahead with the inauguration of the T-Suprema needle-punching line at the technical center in Egelsbach.

At the shared booth of Trützschler Nonwovens and the Italian company Texnology S.l.r., visitors will be able to gather in-depth information about T-Suprema.

T-Suprema offers high product quality and system efficiency within the field of premium needle-punched nonwovens for applications like geotextiles, automotive textiles, filter media, and other industrial uses.

Visitors will also be able to gain insights into the T-One digital working environment and its role in ensuring sustained high nonwoven quality and process efficiency.

“T-One is an essential component of the T-Suprema line concept but is adaptable to any fibre or polymer-based nonwoven line,” Trützschler added.

In addition, Trützschler Nonwovens will focus on its wet-laid/spunlace (WLS) and carded/pulp (CP) lines for cellulose-based biodegradable wipes.

Its collaboration with Voith aims to support the development of innovative and eco-friendly WLS and CP products.

Trützschler Card Clothing experts will also be on hand to demonstrate the comprehensive range of our solutions and services.

Visitors will also be able to see firsthand how Balkan’s cutting and tearing lines perfectly complement its product portfolio and how the efficient coordination of their joint processes will make it easier for them to plan and implement spinning projects.

Experts will share their knowledge on Balkan tearing lines as well as Trützschler blow room installations, the new Integrated Draw Frame IDF 3, and the intelligent card TC 30Ri for Recycling.

The new flagship in carding converts secondary fibres from the shredded waste of textile surfaces into high- quality fiber slivers for new yarns.

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