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German pavilion to demonstrate variety of technologies at TTNA
04
Mar '08
Techtextil North America (TTNA)'s German pavilion will exhibit a variety of technologies demonstrating the expertise and creativity that make the country Europe's greatest consumer of technical textiles.

The pavilion's 29 exhibitors will feature fibers, fabrics and machinery serving the automotive, personal protection, sport and leisure, home textile, composite and nonwoven markets, among others.

The German pavilion joins TTNA's eight other international pavilions at North America's premier trade fair for technical textiles and nonwovens, being held April 1-3, 2008, at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, GA. The other international pavilions include Canada, China, France, Italy (two pavilions – textiles and machinery), Portugal, Taiwan and Turkey.

A sampling of participating German exhibitors follows:
DiloGroup:
The DiloGroup will feature its machinery and technologies for nonwovens with technical applications. Highlighted in their booth will be HyperLine, the new high-performance production line including VentoFeed, DeltaCard, HyperLayer and Hyperpunch needling technology, as well as the new AlphaLine.

This cost-efficient production line is designed for medium throughput speeds up to 80 m/min. and represents a compact and economical solution for universal web forming and consolidation tasks. Its components are AlphaFeed, AlphaCard, Dilo-Layer and the Alpha model series of needle looms.

Dolan GmbH:
Dolan GmbH, a subsidiary of Lenzing Plastics GmbH and leading producer of acrylic specialty fibers, will feature DOLAN (for outdoor applications) and Dolanit (technical fibers) at TTNA.

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