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Rieter Nonwovens presents spunlace technology at ITME 2008
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Oct '08
The first complete spunlace line installed in India by Rieter
The first complete spunlace line installed in India by Rieter
Rieter Nonwovens Systems will present the latest innovations in the nonwovens industry at INDIA-ITME 2008, November 15-22, 2008, Bangalore on Booth No. A104, in Hall 2 together with NSC nonwoven.

Spunlace offerings from Rieter
With more than 150 spunlace lines installed globally, Rieter is recognized as the unrivalled world leader in spunlace technology. Thanks to its experience, Rieter has developed several JETlace machines designed to meet nonwovens producers' needs.

JETlace 3000, custom-designed for hydroentanglement
Today, Rieter offers the spunlace market solutions for producing hydroentanglement fabrics from 30 to 500 gsm with capacities of up to 25 000 tons per year. This machine enables procucers to entangle all kind of fibers and also spunlaid filaments.

JETlace Essentiel dedicated to wipes production
With the recent market introduction of JETlace Essentiel, Rieter offers the perfect machine design for the production of wipes. JETlace Essentiel is ideally configured for lightweight fabrics from 30 to 80gsm and with capacities of up to 15 000 tons per year. This new development enables nonwovens producers to take advantage of more than twenty-five years of expertise in the spunlace field, to strengthen their competitive position. The equipment features of JETlace Essentiel are defined and optimized in order to reduce maintenance and operating costs.

JETlace Avantage design for emerging markets
In response to market needs, Rieter launched the JETlace Avantage machine, which is able to produce 5 000 tons of nonwovens fabrics per year in weights from 30 to 120gsm at a competitive price. This machine is based on European design and is the perfect tool for emerging countries to start spunlace nonwovens production.

System supply in cooperation with NSC nonwoven
In 2005, Rieter and NSC signed a co-operation agreement in order to offer unique benefits to the nonwovens industry. Today, through this collaboration, Rieter and NSC nonwoven have already supplied several complete spunlace lines as systems supplier. The producers benefit from the unique global know-how in nonwovens of a team of experts in engineering and processes.

Innovations in spunmelt through the spunjet process
Rieter's expertise in the spunlace industry, combined with the unique uniformity of the PERFObond spunlaid web, provides a new nonwovens process called spunjet, which offers a new generation of fabrics with bulkiness, softness, drape, tensile strength and istropic MD/CD ratio. This new technology has been introduced as a response to nonwovens producers who are looking for new market opportunities for technical applications such as geotextiles, roofing, synthetic leather....

Rieter Management AG


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