Neukirchen-Vluyn, Germany, April 27, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- The production of technical textiles and non-wovens takes center stage at the 15th edition of Techtextil North America. From May 22 to 24, 2018, German specialist SCHWING Technologies will present thermal cleaning solutions for spin packs and spinnerets contaminated with polymer residues.
At the booth of Measured Solutions, Mark A. Reese will explain the potential benefits of the German technology leader’s Cleaning Shops. Their fully automated, energy efficient and environmentally-friendly VACUCLEAN vacuum pyrolysis system can be equipped with an optional ultrasonic system and guarantees zero residue cleaning results.
The system is easy to install and reliably and gently removes polymer residues from tools. These include spin packs or spinnerets and melt-blown or spunbond dies with lengths of up to six meters. Manufacturers in the technical textile and non-woven fabrics industry benefit from reduced machine down-times and extended service life of the cleaned spinnerets.
SCHWING Technologies has been operating since 1969 and is the worldwide technological leader for high-temperature systems for thermal cleaning, thermo-chemical finishing and heat treatment of metal parts and tools. The owner-managed company constructs, manufactures and operates its systems at its headquarters in Neukirchen-Vluyn in Germany's Lower Rhine region. Built upon the achievements of German engineering, the medium-sized business is globally the best-known specialist in the removal of plastics. Among its around 2,500 international clients are companies from the plastics and fiber industries, as well as from the chemicals and automobile sectors. With its 80-strong personnel, the company is equipped with the tools and systems for any cleaning need and delivers the best economy, ecology and quality. SCHWING is also a reliable service partner for contract cleaning by cleaning more than 250,000 tools and parts each year to the highest environmental and qualitative standards. In the words of Ewald and Thomas Schwing, the two managing directors at SCHWING Technologies GmbH, “So far, there has not been a single component that we have not been able to free from polymers and inorganic contaminants.”