Textile Machinery Webtalk – powered by VDMA

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VDMA Textile Machinery stands worldwide for technological leadership and the highest level of consulting competence. With this service promise we start our new web event series "Textile Machinery Webtalk". Let the web event topics inspire you.

"It was a very motivating and profitable way to, in direct contact with three of the most relevant textile machinery manufacturers, follow three good interventions along with important insights. Congratulations for the initiative. I’m already waiting for the next…"

Carlos Almeida Santos
Senior Consultant
Indústrias Têxteis Somelos SA
somelos.pt

 

"Thank you for the opportunity to participate in today’s webinar".

In our next international webtalk on 

29th October 2020, 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm (CET)

we will focus on

“Production and packaging technologies for respiratory masks”!

Sign up HERE and be part of this important Event.

The number of COVID-19 cases are worldwide increasing. Wearing masks is one of the main measures to prevent infection. Countries worldwide are increasing their production capacities to meet the demand on masks.Therefore, our eighth webtalk again puts the focus on the production of respiratory protection masks (surgical and FFP masks).

The experts from three VDMA member companies will present their innovative technologies in a maximum of 90 minutes on a specific topic and will be available to answer the participants' questions. The presentations will be held in English. Participation in the web events is free of charge. 

Heiko Irlbacher, Schott& Meissner Maschinen- und Anlagenbau GmbH’s new mask production line for foldable masks - completely Made in Germany - is becoming your new key player to produce FFP1 and FFP2 face masks as well as N95 or KN95 standards.

Title of the presentation: “Sophisticated production line for FFP folding masks – Made in Germany”

www.schott-meissner.de  

Timo KollmannHugo Beck Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG shows different styles and possibilities for packaging masks in film, singlewise or in stacks. Timo will present best practices and delivered machines as well as future concepts.
Title of the presentation: “How to pack respiratory masks in film”

www.hugobeck.de 

Fabrice FerrettiANDRITZ Nonwoven and Textile: "Disposable face masks are now important more than ever. ANDRITZ Diatec has developed a fully automatic, high-speed production line for surgical and FFP disposable face masks. Production speed can reach up to 600 pcs per minute.

Title of the presentation: “Fully-automatic, high-speed-production lines for surgical and FFP masks” 
www.andritz.com/converting-nonwovens

We are looking forward to your participation!

By joining our mailing list here you will not miss any information about our web event series in the future and will receive the registration link for our events directly via e-mail!

 

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