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Mondi develops CAC line to create more sustainable wipes

Feb '20
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Mondi has developed a new Carded Airlaid Carded (CAC) line to create a more sustainable three-layer nonwoven for wipes, which can be used for personal hygiene and cleaning purposes. The new line will use 100 per cent cellulose content, including viscose and pulp from certified sources, resulting in a nonwoven material that is fully biodegradable.

The new technology being used for the planned CAC line—located at Mondi's plant in Ascania, Germany—will make it possible to combine three layers into a highly functional and stable composite material. This will deliver optimal absorption and lotion load for high-quality biodegradable wipes and uses fewer resources than comparable carded mono-structures. The technology will be able to produce the entire sustainable nonwoven material in-line, while enabling hydro-embossing to increase softness and improve cleaning power.

Mondi’s vision is to contribute to a better world, and its focus lies in producing innovative products that are sustainable by design. “The innovative technology means we can produce 100 per cent biodegradable, high-performance nonwovens for wipes that are more accessible, and we are looking forward to introducing this to the market,” said Kelly Wright, Mondi’s product expert for personal care and components.

The new line is set to be fully operational by 2021. Samples will be presented at Index 2020 (March 31-April 3, Geneva) at booth 1560.

Mondi is a global leader in packaging and paper, delighting its customers and consumers with innovative and sustainable packaging and paper solutions. Mondi is fully integrated across the packaging and paper value chain – from managing forests and producing pulp, paper and plastic films, to developing and manufacturing effective industrial and consumer packaging solutions.

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