Mondi develops CAC line to create more sustainable wipes

Feb ’20

Pic: Mondi

Pic: Mondi

Mondi has designed a new Carded Airlaid Carded (CAC) line to make a much more sustainable 3-layer nonwoven for wipes, which can be utilized for own hygiene and cleaning needs. The new line will use 100 per cent cellulose articles, like viscose and pulp from licensed resources, ensuing in a nonwoven materials that is fully biodegradable.

The new technological know-how becoming utilized for the planned CAC line—located at Mondi’s plant in Ascania, Germany—will make it achievable to combine 3 layers into a remarkably useful and steady composite materials. This will supply optimum absorption and lotion load for higher-quality biodegradable wipes and employs fewer resources than similar carded mono-buildings. The technological know-how will be ready to produce the complete sustainable nonwoven materials in-line, while enabling hydro-embossing to boost softness and increase cleaning electricity.

Mondi’s eyesight is to lead to a improved entire world, and its target lies in generating innovative goods that are sustainable by structure. “The innovative technological know-how signifies we can produce 100 per cent biodegradable, higher-overall performance nonwovens for wipes that are much more accessible, and we are searching ahead to introducing this to the market,” reported Kelly Wright, Mondi’s product or service professional for own treatment and factors.

The new line is established to be fully operational by 2021. Samples will be introduced at Index 2020 (March 31-April 3, Geneva) at booth 1560.

Mondi is a world chief in packaging and paper, delighting its consumers and people with innovative and sustainable packaging and paper remedies. Mondi is fully integrated across the packaging and paper worth chain – from controlling forests and generating pulp, paper and plastic movies, to building and producing successful industrial and shopper packaging remedies.

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