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Oerlikon Neumag bags bicomponent fibre plant order
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Oct '16
Oerlikon Neumag, leading provider of complete plants for BCF carpet yarns, has bagged an order for a bicomponent staple fibre plant from a long-time regular customer in Italy. The order comprises of a plant for the production of sheath/core fibres made of polyester, polypropylene, and polyethylene. Commissioning will start by second half of 2017.

Oerlikon Neumag offers solutions for various fibre cross-sections including “sheath/core”, “side-by-side”, “island in the sea” as well as “orange type” and “trilobal”. The applications are manifold, covering self-crimping fibres, binding fibres, as well as super-micro fibres and hollow fibres.

The Oerlikon Neumag bicomponent staple fibre technology is characterised in particular by very robust nozzle packages, which do not have any expensive wearing parts, which in turn significantly reduces costs in this sector. The processing costs when cleaning the nozzle packages are kept to a minimum. In addition, there is also the possibility of a separate temperature control in the spinning beam for the two polymers. The quality and viscosity of the polymers can, thus, be adapted exactly according to process requirements.

Gerrit van Loenen, the staple fibre sales director responsible for the project said, “The investment is being made in the scope of a planned extension of our customer’s staple fibre production capacities. As a total solution provider, we were able to convince our customer with our technology.” (GK)

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