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Rieter launches new JETlace dedicated to cotton pad production
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Jun '09
Based on Rieter's unrivalled experience in the cotton industry since 1795, Rieter Nonwovens is launching the new JETlaceCottonPad on the spunlace market.

Rieter has developed this JETlace optimized for the production of high-quality cotton pads. The JETlaceCottonPad has a compact and unique design which requires maintenance and low energy consumption in comparison with standard cotton nonwovens machines.

This latest JETlace series is user friendly in operation and can produce cotton webs from 150 to 250 gsm. This machine has been designed to meet customer needs in terms of efficiency and environmental requirements. In fact, its compact design will dramatically reduce transportation costs and structural requirements, and customers will save time from ordering to commissioning of the line.

JETlace3000 is the customized hydroentanglement machine able to produce state-of-the-art spunlace fabrics from 30 to 500 gsm with a high capacity of up to 25 000 tons per year. JETlaceAvantage is a standard machine and has been launched for emerging countries wishing to enter the spunlace industry with a minimum of investment.

JETlaceEssentiel is the water jet machine optimized for wipes and medical products from 30 to 80 gsm and a capacity of up to 15 000 tons per year. JETlaceCottonPad is the latest hydroentanglement system from Rieter and is dedicated to the production of cotton pad end-uses.

Rieter Management AG


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