May 15, 2011 – BG Filter Group ordered a spunjet line with a width of 6.6 m for the production of nonwoven fabrics for the filtration and geotextile industries. This line will be equipped with the widest hydroentanglement unit worldwide. This equipment by ANDRITZ surpasses previous maximum widths by around 1.6 m. It will have a capacity of 19,000 t/a and is designed for hydro-entanglement of PP and PET continuous mono-filaments supplied from an in-line spunbond tower. Start-up is scheduled for the first quarter of 2012.
Spunlace technology for Zhejiang Spread Non-Woven New
Material: first-class fabrics for the wipes and hygiene markets
To Zhejiang Spread Non-Woven New Material Co. Ltd., ANDRITZ Perfojet will supply a Jetlace Avantage hydro-entanglement unit and a Perfodry Avantage through-air dryer with a working width of 3.6 m. This spunlace line will be used for production of lightweight fabrics for the wipes and hygiene markets at 170 m/min and will have a total capacity of 7,000 t/a. Start-up is scheduled for the first quarter of 2012.
Jiaxing Furuisen Spunlaced Nonwovens: new equipment
for the production of hygiene and coating substrate fabrics
From Jiaxing Furuisen Spunlaced Nonwovens Co. Ltd., ANDRITZ Perfojet has received the order to supply Jetlace Avantage equipment, which will be manufactured at the Chinese ANDRITZ plant in Foshan, based on the design of ANDRITZ Perfojet in Montbonnot, France. The equipment is designed for the production of hygiene and coating substrate fabrics; start-up is scheduled for the first quarter of 2012.
These orders again confirm the position of ANDRITZ Perfojet as a globally leading supplier of reliable and efficient spunlace technology, particularly in terms of capacity and energy consumption. In addition to ANDRITZ’s experience in hydro-entanglement processes, the local after-sales service offered was decisive in securing these orders. ANDRITZ Nonwoven’s Chinese sites provide after-sales service including customer support in process, production, training, and maintenance.