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    Fibre Extrusion runs trial for meltblown materials

    3rd Jun 2020

    Fibre Extrusion Technology (FET), UK-based specialist in process solutions and equipment for the manmade yarns and fibre extrusion industry, has received unprecedented enquiries about its nonwoven meltblowing systems since the onset of Coronavirus crisis. Meltblown polpropylene nonwovens are critical component of face masks needed for frontline workers.

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    Creative Composites installs Dieffenbacher’s presses

    22nd May 2020

    Creative Composites, which claims to be the UK’s most advanced composites manufacturer, has purchased and installed Dieffenbacher’s CompressEco presses. The company headquartered in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, selected Dieffenbacher’s CompressEco press series in 2017. UK-based company produces SMC Class A exterior components on Dieffenbacher equipment.

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    Macpower unveils hot air seam sealing machine for PPE kits

    18th May 2020

    Macpower CNC in Rajkot recently claimed to have produced India’s first indigenous hot air seam sealing machine used to manufacture personal protective equipment kits at half the price of imported ones. The machine, manufactured with the guidance of member doctors of the Indian Medical Association was unveiled by Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani...

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    Nordson contributes to making masks and gowns

    15th May 2020

    Representing the importance of plastics industry in fighting coronavirus, Nordson Corporation has supplied large quantities of gear pumps and screen changers to producers of melt blown polypropylene microfibre sheet for personal protective equipment such as masks and gowns. There has been an increase in demand for microfibre fabrics from healthcare...

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    FET’s non-woven melt spinning system in demand

    15th May 2020

    Fibre Extrusion Technology (FET), a supplier of state of the art process technology for the man-made yarns, has reportedly received unprecedented enquiries for non-woven melt spinning system since the onset of Coronavirus. Worldwide demand for medical grade masks has stretched manufacturing capacity which relies on specialist meltblown process for...

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    Schwing ensures clean machines for nonwovens

    27th Apr 2020

    In the times of coronavirus pandemic, Schwing Technologies is engaged in cleaning machine parts so that nonwovens production continues unhindered. Production lines for nonwovens are running at full speed worldwide since material is needed for medical textiles. Precise working machine parts are essential amidst shortage of masks and protective gowns.

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    Andritz sets up converting line for disposable masks

    20th Apr 2020

    Andritz Diatec, part of international technology Group Andritz, has set up a fully automatic, high-speed face mask converting line for manufacturing disposable face masks. In the first configuration, the new line will be able to produce masks for surgical/medical applications. Its capacity to produce other mask types – like N95/FFP2 – is being assessed.

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    Karweb to get neXline spunlace line from Andritz

    14th Apr 2020

    International technology Group Andritz will provide a complete neXline spunlace line to Karweb Nonwovens for its plant located in Gaziantep, Turkey. The line is scheduled for installation and start-up at the beginning of 2021. The new neXline spunlace eXcelle line will be used to produce viscose and polyester wipes as well as biodegradable wipes.

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    Germany's DLR uses its 3D printers to produce PPP

    10th Apr 2020

    Amidst Coronavirus crisis, the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) has successfully converted its 3D printers, which are usually used to produce models for aerospace research, to manufacture medical protective equipment. The step was taken after a request from the European Commission for assistance in the production of urgently needed medical equipment.

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