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Autefa Solutions to present latest technologies at ITMA
23
Sep '15
Autefa Solutions Group will present latest technologies in nonwovens, woolen carding and fibre logistics in hall 3, booth A102 at ITMA 2015.

“Autefa Solutions Group has in its portfolio brands like Autefa, Fehrer, F.O.R., Octir and Strahm and is a part of China Hi-Tech Group Corporation (CHTC),” the company stated in a press release.

At its booth, Autefa will show a new generation of nonwovens cards, which is specially developed and designed for high production speeds and tailored to the worldwide requirements of nonwoven lines.

“A unique construction enables an easy accessibility of the card which results in considerably reduced cleaning and maintenance periods and a much higher efficiency,” it said.

Another exhibit, the new crosslapper Topliner CL 4004 SL, it added, is characterised by a high infeed speed of up to 150 metres per minute and a precise weight distribution.

“The lapping of the web layers is continuously monitored, which minimises rejects and saves material,” Autefa explained.

For the significant material savings the machine is able to generate, the crosslapper Topliner has bagged the VDMA Blue Competence Award.

In Milan, Autefa extends its belt dryer portfolio with machines for the high temperature range of up to 500 degrees Celsius, which are applied in wetlaid lines.

A modified Hipertherm double belt oven for the thermal bonding of crosslapped and aerodynamically formed webs will be showcased.

For mechanical web forming, Autefa Solutions offers the Needle Loom Stylus, which is available, both with and without Variliptic drive and it will display the Automatic Needle Exchanger 2.0.

The company will present a new modular tearing concept for the first time; the Unirec, which is based on a modular design with 1-5 opening units made available.

Autefa has developed the technology for recycling of nonwovens and waste with a high degree of special fibres such as carbon, aramids, glass, natural and synthetic fibre blends.

The Fiber Logistics business unit of Autefa will present the transfer fork Uni-Fork and the wrapping machine AD-WRAP, which are protected by a patent.

“Together they build a system, which stands for a strong reduction of personal costs, a high availability of the line and a short amortisation period,” Autefa observed.

According to the German company, the Uni-Fork optimises the process of pressing a bale, increases the efficiency of the process and improves the quality of the fibre packing. (AR)

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