Workshop

NONWOVENS – FROM BASICS TO LATEST DEVELOPMENTS

December 6, 2018
IIT Delhi, New Delhi-110016

Description
The term "Nonwovens" is describing a broad field of technologies and applications. To obtain success in long term, various factors need to be considered prior to a decision for an investment. Topics of the workshop are to give an overview from process basics to latest developments and to inform about applications and which technological steps are required to fulfil market requirements, with a special focus on the Indian market. Instructors will guide participants on their way, starting at the point where a general decision about applicability of a nonwoven is to be made; introducing the technological principles of spunlaid and meltblown, various methods of fiber consolidation and ending with a good sense for what the most promising path is. The workshop will contain interactive elements, helping the participants to enhance their abilities to select the right technologies for their particular needs.

Why Attend?
  • Course will be taught by speakers with industrial experience
  • Gain technical knowledge on nonwovens – market requirements, applications & selection of appropriate technology

Who Should Attend?
The workshop is beneficial to those involved in investment decision in nonwoven fabric technologies, technical and quality control engineers and managers as well as research and development personnel.

About the Course Instructor
Workshop will be held by representatives of Reifenhäuser Reicofil GmbH & Co KG, a Germany based company, being globally leading provider of spunlaid, meltblown and composite lines for various applications.
Hans-Georg Geus – Technical Director, with Reicofil since 1989
Falk Roesner - Sales Manager, with Reicofil since 1999.

Workshops Topics
  • What is "nonwoven" / short history of nonwoven
  • Process basics spunlaid and meltblown
  • Applications for technical, hygiene, medical and filtration requirements
  • Latest developments with focus on Bicomponent and High Loft
  • Market requirements / market analysis
  • Technologies / Finding the right line configuration