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Fleissner shows leadership with range of non-woven machinery
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Nov '08
In its 160 years of Fleissner, the company has presented innovation firework in the field of nonwoven technology. From amongst many, a few are:

Fleissner AquaJet:
The AquaJet is the most versatile machine within the Fleissner spunlace machinery and is able to bond all kinds of nonwovens from low weights (20 g/m²) to very high weights (500 g/m²) at pressures of up to 400 bar and line speeds of more than 600 m/min for spunbond processes.

The AquaJet is successfully operated as Jumbo AquaJet at more than 5 m working width and it also manufactures excellent carded products at line speeds of 300 m/min. It is used for composite lines (SPC, CPC and other proprietary material combinations).

Fleissner is the sole supplier of SPC composite lines. SPC is the newest commercialized product targeting the wet wipes market, presenting the ideal combination of excellent strength (spunbond layer), best absorbency (pulp layer) and nice textile hand (carded layer).

The newest technology is treating spunbond materials with spunlace technology for enhanced product properties. The first REICOFIL spunbond line with a Fleissner spunlace line will be started up in 2009 in Belarus.

Fleissner LeanJet:
The LeanJet was especially designed for processes with one upstream card, inline or crosslapped. It can operate up to 150 m/min. Customers in China and worldwide are already benefiting from its advantages for the production of spunlaced materials.

Fleissner MiniJet:
The MiniJet is the newest member of the family, a hydroentanglement machine of either 500 mm or 1.000 mm working width for small production and / or laboratory purposes at attractive investment costs.

Especially in combination with Trützschler TC-07-H cards with special shoving unit for nonwoven applications it will present a very economical solution for the production of cotton, viscose and PET / viscose products up to 55 m/min production speed.

Fleissner flat belt oven technology for thermobonding processes:
Container -built, modular design for high loft nonwovens such as mattresses, quilts, automotive applications up to 400 mm material thickness. Fleissner was able to develop this technology in record time due to its experiences in the perforated drum drying.

The special features of this machine are lowest energy consumption, easy maintenance access, and infinite working width adjustment for highest product flexibility at top German manufacturing quality for longest service life.

The first orders for this machinery could already be secured since official launching end of September 2008 at an Open House event to celebrate the 160 year anniversary of Fleissner inside its facilities in Germany. Fleissner now covers the full range of thermobonding and drying equipment to satisfy all wishes of their customers.

Fleissner high speed chemical bonding process:
Fleissner developed a new technological concept to more than double the line speeds of chemical bonding processes. By integrating a small hydroentanglement for pre- bonding, the system can operate up to 200 m/min now.

Many hygienic and technical textile applications, especially those products in demand of large quantities, can be manufactured at reduced product costs. The pilot line in Germany is capable of accommodating inline tests for interested customers.

Fleissner


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