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Bruckner Tech introduces new technology in nonwovens
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Feb '08
On the occasion of INDEX 2008 / Geneva (Suisse) BRÜCKNER Plant Technologies will present their nonwovens spectrum. BRÜCKNER Plant Technologies, a company of the internationally active BRÜCKNER Group, is for decades well known as systems supplier for the thermal treatment and finishing of nonwovens and technical textiles.

The increased commitment in further sectors of the nonwovens technology (for example high-loft) has allowed the company in the last two years to enlarge clearly its range of competence. The nonwovens branch develops and plans tailor-made lines for nonwovens consolidation and nonwovens finishing.

New BRÜCKNER POWER-THERM DT concept:
The aim in the development of the new POWER-THERM DT concept for the nonwovens industry was to grant the customers the highest possible flexibility combined with minimum preparation times and energy consumption.

This aim has been consistently translated into action because different market segments have different demands of the scope of services of a dryer for nonwovens. The new POWER-THERM DT dryers are suitable for the thermal and chemical treatment of nonwovens of all kinds. The first dryers are in operation for about one year and the customers' measurements confirm energy savings of up to 32 % and an increase of the productivity of up to 14 % compared to former systems.

Benefits of the new POWER-THERM DT concept:
The main benefits of BRÜCKNER's new POWER-THERM DT concept are as follows:


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