30/06/2016 – Nonwoven composites — auf Deutsch lesen

The fine art

Mondi Ascania offers made-to-measure nonwoven composites and innovative production processes.


Mondi Ascania, Aschersleben (Photo: Mondi Ascani)


The development of nonwovens for hygiene and medical products is a demanding business. Customers want lower and lower grammage, more and more functions and comfort – and all that, of course, without any compromises in terms of maximum cost-efficiency and sustainability issues. Mondi Ascania meets these challenges with made-to-measure nonwoven composites and innovative production processes. The company, which is headquartered in Aschersleben, Germany, maintains its high standard of quality through continuous investment in state-of-the-art technology. One of its latest acquisitions is the novel Conductive 7690 laydown belt made by GKD – Gebr. Kufferath AG for its SPC line. Thanks to the belt's strong grip effect in the laydown zone, production could be resumed immediately after the belt was changed, i.e. without the downtime for preparation and the subsequent start-up waste usually encountered with conventional belt types.

Read more in our printed issue textile network 9/10 2017.

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