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Germany's Freudenberg launches packaging solution for tech industries

14 Jun '23
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Pic: Freudenberg Performance Materials
Pic: Freudenberg Performance Materials


  • Freudenberg is launching Evolon Ultra Smooth, a new product designed for the technical industry's packaging needs.
  • This material, used in reusable textile containers, offers superior surface protection and mechanical properties.
  • The containers, ideal for packing and transporting heavy, sensitive parts, prevent damage and reduce the reject rate.
Germany’s Freudenberg Performance Materials is launching its latest innovation—Evolon Ultra Smooth—to serve the specific packaging needs of technical industries. When converted into reusable textile containers, the product provides premium surface protection and enhanced mechanical properties.

Evolon Ultra Smooth fabrics are extremely low-linting, strong, and hard-wearing. The new materials are designed for industrial parts and components which require low-friction, sliding behaviour during the part packing and handling procedures. Furthermore, they are durably hydrophobic and available in different weights, Freudenberg said in a press release.

The reusable textile containers made of Evolon Ultra Smooth can be used in various industries to pack and transport even very heavy and sensitive parts without damage. The Evolon Ultra Smooth materials have a point-sealed patterned white surface which is very different from the standard Evolon packaging textiles, making them easily identifiable.

Evolon Ultra Smooth materials protect the surfaces of industrial and automotive parts by avoiding micro-scratches or lint contamination. By using Evolon Ultra Smooth reusable packaging to transport parts with highly sensitive surfaces, customers reduce the number of damaged parts and the reject rate.

Available worldwide, the Evolon Ultra Smooth is 100 per cent made in Europe. This enables European customers to benefit from even greater flexibility in the supply chain and quick go-to-market.

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