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A Celli selected by Eruslu Nonwoven for new end-line

06
Jul '20
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Pic: A Celli
A Celli Nonwovens has been chosen by Eruslu Nonwoven Group to supply it with a new end-line. The supply of winding solutions for spunlace products to Eruslu Nonwoven Group by A Celli Nonwovens strengths the collaboration between the two. Eruslu Nonwoven produces and exports diapers for adults and children, wet towels and wipes to more than 100 countries.

Eruslu Nonwoven is located in Gaziantep (Turkey). Since 2004 it produces and exports diapers for adults and children, wet towels and pocket wipes. For the fourth consecutive time, the company has chosen to renew its trust in A Celli solutions for the nonwoven market by concluding the agreement for a strategic project for both the European and Middle East market.

The supply, which will be installed downstream of a cutting-edge line developed by Andritz for the manufacture of Spunlace products with a width of 3600 mm and a grade from 30 up to 75 gsm, will include Master roll winder "Stream"; and Off-line slitter rewinder "Rapid" capable of operating up to a speed of 800 m/min and equipped with "DSS" (defect stop system), an integrated solution for the defect tracking and reel segregation to provide defect-free reels.

Automatic Shaft handling solution with "easy core" positioning device, MTS system for quick, simple and precise positioning of the knives by the operators, and finished reel handling and packaging system will also be part of the supply.

“The expected start-up date is set for the end of May 2021 and we are sure that this will become a further confirmation of the customer's trust in A.Celli Nonwovens technology, a partner that is always at the forefront and able to satisfy any type of need with flexibility and readiness,” A Celli said.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (SV)

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