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Nederman bags Gildan Yarns order for air filtration plant
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Jan '14
Nederman has received an order from Gildan Yarns, LLC to supply a complete turnkey air filtration and air conditioning system to a new yarn spinning facility currently being built by the company in Salisbury, North Carolina, United States.

Gildan Yarns, LLC is a subsidiary of Gildan Activewear Inc., a leading supplier of quality branded basic family apparel, including T-shirts, fleece, sport shirts, socks and underwear. The order is worth SEK 93 million.

The Nederman system will reduce dust levels in the new production facility and supply conditioned air to the yarn processing equipment to maintain high production levels.

The order includes more than 30 Automatic Panel Filters, Fine Dust Filters, a complete Hi-vacuum waste removal, a reclaim system and 6 km of ducts. It will reduce dust levels to meet the OSHA regulations (Occupational Safety & Health Administration) stated by United States Department of Labor and at the same time reduce the energy required by as much as 25% over conventional air conditioning supply systems.

“This is one of our largest orders ever. It has been taken in tough competition but we believe that it is an important order in a market where the textile industry increasingly moves back production to the U.S. again,” says Sven Kristensson, Nederman’s CEO. The order is booked in the fourth quarter of 2013 and installation is expected to start during the first half of 2014 and be finished during 2015.

About Nederman

Nederman is one of the world's leading companies supplying products and solutions in the environmental technology sector focusing on industrial air filtration. The company's products and systems contribute to reducing the environmental effects from industrial production, to creating safe and clean working environments and to boosting production efficiency.

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