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Nonwoven equipment manufacturer appoints agent in US & Canada
16
Sep '08
Batson Group Inc has been appointed the exclusive sales agent in the United States and Canada for Decoup+ (France), a subsidiary of SPOOLEX Group.

DeCoup+ designs and manufactures ultrasonic cutting, sealing and splicing equipment for textile and nonwoven fabrications and conversion processes.

Cut and Seal:
These ultrasonic devices use high frequency vibratory energy combined with pressure to make a cut or splice on synthetic textiles.

The Decoup+ slitters and sealers cleanly cut and seal the edge of synthetic films and fabrics in a single pass.

Fraying, unravelling and material beading along the cut edge are totally eliminated. Their ultrasonic modules are compact and can be easily integrated into existing manufacturing lines.

Decoup+ ultrasonic devices are reliable on many types of synthetic fabrics, including technical textiles, coating supports and PP fabrics.

Decoup+ also offers specifically designed solutions for cutting on looms (edge trimming and/or center cut). Compact and easy to install on any type of loom (flat and circular), the Decoup+ devices produce stable and consistent edges while maintaining fabric properties.

Reliable and affordable, this equipment is the solution to avoiding hot-cut drawbacks such as color changes, edge burns and over-thickness.

For the high quality needed in the demanding market of technical textiles, Decoup+ offers reliable and accurate devices to cut and/or seal edges on tenters and inspection machines.

For these applications, ultrasonic cutting is the quality alternative to hot cutting - enabling quality edges without burning risks, color alteration and over-thickness.

Decoup+ has also developed an ultrasonic forging solution to reinforce fabric edges. This technology enables edge reinforcement and customized marking.

Fabric edges are strongly reinforced thus increasing the product durability while web flexibility is preserved.

All of this equipment is designed to be integrated into existing lines either as compact bench modules or as devices to be mounted directly on tenters, slitting or doctor machines.

Decoup+ Ultrasonic devices perform cutting and sealing operations at any stage of plastic film manufacturing and converting. They can be integrated into existing lines either as independent modules or as compact benches.

Nonwoven Splicing:
Decoup+ offers complete solutions for nonwoven splicing. The web splicing operation is performed in two steps. The first operation is an ultrasonic cutting action which splices the two layers together.

The second step is an ultrasonic lamination which enables the splicing lines to recover exactly the same characteristics as those of the web.

This new process produces quality joins. Ultrasonic splicing is an accurate technology resulting in precise and strong splicing lines without discoloration or burns.

Furthermore, the material characteristics are unchanged. The nonwoven product keeps its original properties of softness and color and no extra binding material is required.


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