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Rieter Nonwovens Systems innovations at INDEX 08
Feb '08
INDEX is the most important show for the nonwovens industry. Rieter Nonwovens Systems will take this opportunity to present the latest innovations for spunlace, spunbond, and meltblown technologies at booth Nr 2527.

Rieter will also offer customers the opportunity to see these technologies first-hand by offering shuttle buss service from INDEX Palexpo to the Rieter technical center in Montbonnot, only two hours away.

The Rieter INDEX booth will offer several video presentations on their wide range of technologies. Also, experts in spunlace, spunbond and meltblown technologies will be available to discuss individual applications and machinery requirements.

JETlace Essentiel, the latest spunlace technology development
This innovation is the result of more than 25 years of experience in spunlace, which allows Rieter to offer a machine configuration for the production of light weight spunlace fabrics from 30 to 80gsm and with capacities up to 2,700 Kg/hr. In fact, with over 150 spunlace lines installed globally, Rieter is the world leader and innovator in spunlace technology and is able to offer lines designed for wipes, hygiene, medical, surgical and technical applications in accordance with rigid customer requirements.

Rieter spunmelt applications
In 2000, Rieter decided to widen its business by entering into the spunbond market. Today the results have surpassed Rieter expectations. With 8 spunbond lines sold, the PERFObond system has several production benefits, such as excellent web uniformity for low fabric weight and isotropic web strength in both the machine and cross directions.

Thanks to this advantage, customers can produce fabrics on a single Rieter spunbond beam with the same properties of two competitive beams. Other production benefits from Rieter spunbond systems are:
- Unsurpassed process stability
- High capacity: 5000T/year/beam
- Energy consumption:1kwh/kg

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