S.C., will demonstrate a new needle-punched nonwoven line and tow to top unit on April 13 at its
Fort Mill, S.C. facility. The company will run realistic trails under industrial conditions.
This new nonwoven line uses a Thibeau CA10 card which feeds a Asselin Profile 500
cross-lapper which has a feeding speed of up to 500 meters per minute. It also uses the Prodyn®
System, introduced at ITMA ’99.
The company is also offering a comprehensive training program based on the new