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Go a step further with this 2-day advanced course to focus on understanding the various production parameters in nonwoven manufacturing, and how these can be used to modify product properties in the area of carding
This course is part of the Nonwovens Learning Cycle™, organised in collaboration with CETI (European Center for Innovative Textiles). The cycle offers an integrated approach to nonwovens from the basics, to intermediate, to advanced courses.
By attending this training, nonwovens porfessionals are invited to capitalize on CETI’s facilities which features a unique range of combinations of web-forming and bonding machinery.
Product and Applications
Definition and History
Overview of the natural, artificial and man-made fibres
Fibre request properties for drylaid nonwoven application
Introduction to filament spinning
Bi-component fibres overview
From staple fibres to the carding feeding
Technologies of fibres blending and opening
Carding principle and variables
Detailed explanations of each part, option, design, settings of the process
Process management for each fibre and final application
Fibre blending and opening role in the carding process
Carding parameters adjustments and consequence on the process and the product
Comparison of the main Carding parameters process depending on the fibre use
Laboratory analysis on a nonwoven
Other drylaid technology: airlay demonstration
Process Engineers, Product Managers, Raw Materials Managers, R&D Managers, QA managers. Such people are likely involved with Producers, Suppliers, Converters and Retailers within the industry.
A course based on the combination of classroom training, information exchange and interaction with the R&D engineer and technicians. Use of different support: video, pictures, samples, pilot equipment.
The course language is exclusively English.
Each course is limited to 8 delegates for optimal interaction between the participants and the CETI staff during the course and the workshop on the platform in operation.
In order to fully benefit from this course it is recommended to have a good understanding of nonwovens manufacturing. It is recommended to attend the Intermediate Nonwovens training course before joining any of the advanced courses.
41 rue des Métissages
(25 min by car from Lille City Center)
CETI recommends the following hotels, which all are close to a metro station and the train station: