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Germany's KMF improves KMD Mini type benchtop equipment

05 Sep '23
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Pic: KMD Plastifizierungstechnik GmbH
Pic: KMD Plastifizierungstechnik GmbH


  • KMD has garnered attention for its benchtop Minitype Spunmelt nonwoven equipment.
  • Following discussions and enhancements, KMD has introduced an integrated model configuration, optimising the Mini design of Spunmelt nonwoven and fibre spinning equipment.
  • This equipment offers convenience for experimental exploration and preliminary testing of new materials.
After KMD Plastifizierungstechnik GmbH officially launched the first benchtop Minitype Spunmelt nonwoven equipment at Index2023 in Switzerland in March 2023, it has now attracted extensive attention from industry experts and scholars in R&D groups.

After constant discussion and verification, KMD continues to upgrade and improve the configuration scheme, optimise the product series, and systematically launch the latest integrated model configuration, which optimises the Mini design of Spunmelt nonwoven equipment and fibre spinning equipment. The micro-design of benchtop equipment will give full play to the many conveniences brought by the miniature, and significance to the experimental exploration and rapid preliminary test for new materials and new processes in melt spinning, the company said in a press release.

KMD Mini type benchtop equipment includes three main categories: Benchtop Spunbond & Melt-blown machines, Benchtop POY/FDY spinning machines, and benchtop extruders. Based on the function of the conventional equipment, the upgraded configuration complies with design principles of compact design, small size, easy and fast installation; single hole/fewer holes spinneret designs are optional; mono and bi-component are optional; very little raw material consumption; integrated and intelligent control, easy to operate; fast test speed, greatly shorten the complex and lengthy R&D cycle; ultra-low energy consumption, friendly to the environment; components and configuration can be customised and economical price, easy to invest.

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