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PRESS FABRICS: TAKING YOU TO THE MAX
GREENVILLE, SC -- Geschmay Corp., a leading maker of precision press fabrics, has launched a leading-edge fabric -- HydroMax. It features a four-direction base orientation, which the company says "yi...
August 1, 2000 By Pulp & Paper Canada
GREENVILLE, SC — Geschmay Corp., a leading maker of precision press fabrics, has launched a leading-edge fabric — HydroMax. It features a four-direction base orientation, which the company says “yields maximum benefit for papermakers.” The technology of the press fabric ensures that it meets a papermaker’s expectations for sheet quality and compaction resistance. Other noted benefits include extremely uniform pressure distribution, outstanding sheet moisture profile, smooth even-sided sheets and the highest dewatering consistency in the industry. According to Mike Joyce, marketing director, Geschmay Press Fabrics, “HydroMax will take papermakers to the ‘max’ with minimum fabric uniformity, operational stability and machine performance.”
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