At this year’s Techtextil in Frankfurt/Main (June 21st to June 24th) Trützschler Nonwovens, Trützschler Card Clothing and Trützschler Man-Made Fibres present various new and proven solutions for the nonwoven, card clothing and man-made fibre sectors. Join us at Booth D80 in Hall 12.0!
Trützschler Nonwovens invites to talk sustainable fibres such as hemp or linen and out-of-the-box fibres such as nettle and pineapple fibres. Our solutions for manufacturing innovative nonwoven products include machinery and complete production lines for paper grade pulp, re-generated cellulose fibres, cotton and various other natural fibres.
What happens when sustainable meets digital? Trützschler Nonwovens and software partner Proptium introduce T-ONE, our new digital working environment for both fibre- and polymer-based nonwoven producers. T-ONE supports routine tasks such as quality control and recipe management but also enables systematic line monitoring and data collection for T-ONE’s line optimisations.
Another focus is on durable nonwovens for automotive applications or end-uses in filtration, building and construction. Trützschler Nonwovens presents modern solutions for high-productivity, high-efficiency and low maintenance production lines.
Trützschler cards are inevitably linked with tailor-made wires by Trützschler Card Clothing. Visitors can expect excellent innovations and reliable solutions that boost productivity in needling, high-speed spunlacing, thermo- and chemical bonding lines.
Trützschler Man-Made Fibres introduces the OPTIMA-based, versatile TEC-O40 and TEC-O80 systems for extruding and spinning industrial yarns (IDY). The modular OPTIMA platform is highly flexible and adaptable to manufacturing a broad spectrum of (semi-)industrial yarns from polyamide, polypropylene or polyester.
The Trützschler Group SE is a German textile machinery manufacturer headquartered in Mönchengladbach, Germany. The company is divided into four business units: Spinning, Nonwovens, Man-Made Fibres, and Card Clothing. Trützschler machines, installations and accessories are produced and developed in ten locations worldwide. This includes four factories in Germany (Dülmen, Egelsbach, Mönchengladbach, Neubulach), as well as sites in China (Jiaxing and Shanghai), India (Ahmedabad), the USA (Charlotte), Brazil (Curitiba) and Switzerland (Winterthur). Service companies in Turkey, Mexico, Uzbekistan and Vietnam and service centers in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Indonesia provide customer proximity in key regions for the textile processing industry.