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 areas of meltblown and spunbond.
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.
Gain knowledge of spunlaid nonwoven products. Identify the impacts that the choice of raw materials can have, understand the spunbond, meltblown and spunmelt technology (limitation, shortcomings and solutions) as well as the vail consolidation processes (hydroliage, needling, oven, grille) and discover the different technological configurations during a live demonstration on the prototyping line at CETI.
|Training in CETI - France
€2400 excl.VAT - EDANA Member
€2975 excl.VAT - non- Member
|The fee includes the course, 2 lunches and 1 dinner after the first day
|The course takes place at CETI, 41 rue des Métissages, F-59200 Tourcoing (25min with car from Lille city center)
Simon Fremeaux is a R&D Production Manager at CETI
He graduated Textile Engineer ENSAIT 17 years ago, he began its career in NYLSTAR, nylon filament producer and then joined DOUNOR, a Spunmelt manufacturer for hygiene products where he was in charge of the management of Technical Services. He joined then CETI in 2010 participating at the selection & implantation of nonwovens equipment. Now as technical director, with the help of his engineers and technicians team, he manages private and collaborative R&D projects to develop sustainable solutions from designing solutions to prototyping products at an industrial scale.
Trainer for both the Nonwovens advanced carding and meltblown/spunbond
Javier Vera-Sorroche is Director of the Polymer Business Unit at CETI.
He comes from a strong R&D plastics processing background. His core competences include: melt spinning, nonwoven, extrusion and optimization, compounding and polymer rheology. He holds a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Murcia, Spain, and PhD in Polymer Extrusion from the University of Bradford, United Kingdom
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)
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