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  • ANDRITZ GROUP
  • Nonwoven and textile products
  • Wetlaid
  • Wetlaid for glassfiber

Wetlaid line solutions for glassfiber

Benefit from the possibilities made out of glassfibers

Nonwoven end products based on glass fibers have a huge market and can be found almost everywhere – in ceiling tiles, cushion vinyl flooring, insulation, wallpapers, and surfaces, geotextiles, batteries, and of course roofing materials, as well as in many other applications.

Up to 100,000 t/a

Capacity of production

500 m/min

Line speed

5.5. meters

Line width

YOUR BENEFITS:

  • State-of-the-art technology for glass fiber-based production
  • Development technology: Made in Germany
  • Fully customized configurations
  • Rebuilds and upgrades for quality and capacity
  • From concept and engineering to start and service, our experts are close to you
  • Full lifecycle service and support
  • World wide service network and excellent after-sales consultance

FEATURES:

  • Capacity: Up to 100,000 t/a
  • Line speed: Up to 500 m/min
  • Width: 1.5 to 5.5 meters
  • From concept and engineerin to realization and lifecyle long service, a sophisticated solution out of a single source

Complete wetlaid systems for glassfiber by ANDRITZ

Wetlaid nonwoven production for glassfiber composite is carried out in four steps in the neXline system:

 

Stock preparation

Fibers and water are mixed in the correct proportions.

Forming

The suspension is distributed homogeneously over the full forming width.

Drying, winding

The wetlaced fabric is dried and batched.

ANDRITZ Wetlaid for glass fiber composite products, line configuration example

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Downloads
  • Wetlaid-Spunlace Technologies for sustainable wipes PDF : 751 KB
  • Brochure wetlaid line solutions 2019 EN PDF : 4 MB
  • Flyer neXformer aXcess EN PDF : 4.2 MB
  • ANDRITZ Wetlaid glass fibers in Technical Textiles 1-2020 PDF : 142 KB