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Rieter to display latest in non-woven technology at ITMA
14
Jun '08
Rieter Nonwovens Systems will take the opportunity to present the latest innovations for spunlace, spunbond, meltblown and spunjet technologies on booth No. C11, Hall W4 together with NSC nonwoven.

JETlaceÒ series, the state-of-the-art machines for spunlace - With more than 150 spunlace lines installed globally, Rieter is recognized as the unrivalled world leader in spunlace technology.

Thanks to its experience, Rieter has developed several JETlace machines designed to meet nonwovens producers' needs. One of Rieter's successes is JETlace 3000, capable of producing excellent spunlace fabrics from 30 to 500gsm and with capacities of up to 25 000 tons per year.

JETlace Avantage design for emerging markets - Rieter launched the new JETlace Avantage in 2005. This machine enables spunlace fabrics to be produced from 30 to 120gsm with capacities of up to 4 000 tons per year, based on European design and therefore high reliability. This machine is the perfect tool for emerging countries to start spunlace nonwovens production.

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System supply in cooperation with NSC nonwoven - In 2005, Rieter and NSC signed a co-operation agreement in order to offer unique benefits to the nonwovens industry. Today, through this collaboration, Rieter and NSC nonwoven have already supplied several complete spunlace lines as systems supplier. The producers benefit from the unique global know-how in nonwovens of a team of experts in engineering and processes.

Rieter Management AG

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