Tomorrow’s successful products are sustainable
Trützschler Nonwovens has industrially realized market leading lines for production of sustainable, biodegradable nonwovens. With regard to cotton fibers, we are showing efficient solutions for processing virgin cotton, comber noils and blends of viscose and cotton at this year’s IDEA in Miami. Another focus is on the leading Voith/Trützschler concepts for wet-laid, hydroentangled WLS and carded-pulp (CP) nonwovens. High-quality nonwovens made from viscose fibers and NBSK (Northern Bleached Softwood Kraft) pulp, the raw material for the paper industry, not only offer an excellent cost/performance ratio, but also a small CO2 footprint.
Trützschler Card Clothing provides information on the Z-wire. Its innovative contour keeps fibers on the roll even at the highest speeds, thus minimizing fiber flight inside the card.
Digital solutions optimize the production floor
Nonwovens producers have two primary goals: guaranteeing the quality of the products and always having costs under control. In times of COVID, however, it is becoming increasingly rare that the production floor is manned by a fully trained team. In order to ensure lasting quality, Trützschler Nonwovens presents a modular, digital work environment that systematizes, digitizes and simplifies typical work processes. With the help of Industry 4.0 technologies, line, process and quality data relevant to a production lot can be stored, aggregated, visualized and analyzed with regard to process improvements.
Trützschler USA – a reliable local partner
With its headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina, and more than 100 employees, Trützschler USA is the first point of contact for all matters relating to American nonwovens producers. The company is able to equip and convert machines according to customer specifications (certified UL508A panel shop), carry out factory acceptance tests and a wide range of repairs in Charlotte. Trützschler USA has most flat-top card and roller card clothings in stock. Mobile service teams for rewiring are available 24/7.
IDEA, the North American nonwovens show, will take place in Miami from March 28th to 31st. Trützschler’s booth 2017 focuses on the needs of the American market. It’s about local service, the efficient production of sustainable nonwovens and the digital support of production processes.