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Xerium to lead the market in PMC with Impact TS
Nov '11
Xerium Technologies Inc, a leading global manufacturer of industrial textiles and rolls used primarily in the paper production process, announced full global availability of Impact TS, advanced tissue felt technology, as part of its Paper Machine Clothing (PMC) technology designed to help customers improve operational performance and reduce energy consumption, which are vital to the manufacturing of tissue grades.

With Impact TS, Xerium continues to take the lead in advancing the technology of PMC, which is critical to tissue machines' overall energy efficiency and product quality as it is produced.

PMC products are highly engineered synthetic textile belts that are used to transport raw paper along the length of the paper-making process, as it is formed, pressed, and dried, keeping in constant contact with the paper as it is formed.

"Through innovations such as Impact TS, we continue to lead the market with technological solutions that boost efficiency and lower the cost of manufacturing paper," said Stephen R. Light, President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman. "Time and again we earn our customers' loyalty by developing products with measurable return on investment."

Impact TS incorporates a unique combination of innovative raw materials, highly compressible base structure elements, topped with our premium needling technology delivering outstanding press performance.

Impact TS technology utilizes hydrophilic base yarns aligned perfectly parallel in order to provide an ideal combination of pressure uniformity, exceptional dimensional stability and immediate nip saturation. These unique features provide immediate startup, lower energy consumption and optimum steady-state performance.

Xerium Technologies Inc is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of two types of consumable products used primarily in the production of paper-clothing and roll covers.

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