ANDRITZ launches textured tissue machine PrimeLineTEX

P&PC Staff
April 23, 2019
By P&PC Staff
April 23, 2019 – ANDRITZ has launched its new tissue machine for textured tissue, the PrimeLineTEX, which produces textured tissue of a quality superior to dry crepe and very close to structured (TAD) tissue.

PrimeLineTEX is available with widths of 5.6 or 2.8 m and produces high-quality tissue for towel and sanitary applications. The machine offers up to 25 per cent fibre savings compared to dry crepe and consumes up to 50 per cent less energy than a TAD machine.

The PrimeLine TEX is substantially shorter in length than other market solutions and uses only one additional fabric instead of two. Furthermore, the PrimeLineTEX machine can switch between production of textured and dry crepe tissue.

ANDRITZ can offer the complete textured tissue production line, including stock preparation, pumps, and the automation system.

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