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5. voltas innovations

  1. 1. INNOVATIONS IN NEEDLE PUNCHING – MEDICAL TEXTILES Textile Machinery Division
  2. 2. MEDICAL TEXTILES Textiles used for hygiene & health care operations. Textile Machinery Division
  3. 3. Constituent Element of Medical Textile Product Polymers Fibres Yarns Woven Knitted Braided Non-woven Fabrics Textile Medical Products Textile Machinery Division
  4. 4. CLASSIFICATION - Application Healthcare & Hygiene Products Extracorporeal Devices Implantable Materials Non- implantable Materials Textile Machinery Division
  5. 5. HEALTHCARE & HYGIENE NONWOVEN PRODUCTS Fibres Applications Protective Clothing, incontinence,Polyester & Polyethylene diaper/sheet, Cover Stock Superabsorbent Absorbent Layer fibres,wood fluff Polyethylene Outer Layer Viscose/Lyocell Clothes/Wipes Textile Machinery Division
  6. 6. HEALTHCARE & HYGIENE NONWOVEN PRODUCTS Fibres Applications Cotton, Polyester & Surgical Gowns Polypropylene Viscose Surgical Caps Surgical MasksViscose, Polyester, GlassPolyester & Polyethylene Surgical Drapes , Cloths Textile Machinery Division
  7. 7. Non-Implantable Material – Nonwoven Products Fibres Applications Cotton, Viscose & Lyocell Absorbent Pads Viscose, Cotton Lint, Wood Pulp Wadding Poly-lactide, Poly-glycolide, Carbon Scaffold Textile Machinery Division
  8. 8. Non-Woven Property –Medical Applications Porosity Weight of fabric Thickness Nonwovens are easy to sterilize Various Manufacturing technique optionsaccording to applications Economical Manufacturing Process Textile Machinery Division
  9. 9. Non-Woven Nonwovens are webs made of fibres / Polymers –Web Forming For End-use application – Web Bonding Web Bonding Methods can be  Mechanical  Needle Punching  Spunlace  Thermal  Chemical Textile Machinery Division
  10. 10. Dilo, Inc.Charlotte, NCUSA HistoryDilo RepresentationOffice Shanghai Dilo founded in 1902PR China Spinnbau founded in 1948Dilo RepresentationOffice Moscow Temafa founded in 1874Russia DiloSpinnbau since 1996sales representativesin over 80 countries DiloTemafa since 2005worldwide Textile Machinery Division
  11. 11. NEEDLE PUNCHING TECHNOLOGY Textile Machinery Division
  12. 12. NEEDLE PUNCHING FLOWCHART Fibre – Opening & Blending Nonwoven Carding Cross-Lapping Pre-Needle Loom Finish Needle Loom Winding & Cutting Textile Machinery Division
  13. 13. FIBRE OPENING & BLENDING Textile Machinery Division
  14. 14. NON-WOVEN CARDING Textile Machinery Division
  15. 15. Textile Machinery Division
  16. 16. NEEDLE FELT TECHNOLGY  Felting needles penetrate through crosslapped fibre batt  Barbs of felting needles catch and transport fibres  By means of this fibres entangle, fibre batt consolidates and needle felt with strength properties is created Textile Machinery Division
  17. 17. LAYOUTFIBRE OPENING & NONWOVEN CARDBLENDING CROSS LAPPER NEEDLE LOOM Textile Machinery Division
  18. 18. WHY NEEDLE PUNCHED FABRICS !  3 – D Structure  Composites.  Extremely High Densities  High Strength - Geo-Textile Fabrics  Superior Filtration Properties - World’s Filtration Media Textile Machinery Division
  19. 19. Major Applications – So Far Automotives Geo-Textiles Filtration materials Wipes Synthetic Leather Textile Machinery Division
  20. 20. Major Applications –So Far Floor coverings & Wall coverings Roofing felts Blankets Decoration felts Paper machine felts Textile Machinery Division
  21. 21. INNOVATIONSHyper Lacing with Cyclopunching Textile Machinery Division
  22. 22. CYCLOPUNCHING Translatory & Circular Moving path – NewKinematical Concept High Density Needling - Individual Fibre transport Small Dimensional Changes & distortion in the fabricplane. Textile Machinery Division
  23. 23. Textile Machinery Division
  24. 24. HYPER LACING Vs Std Web Formation Minimum GSM – 25  Minimum GSM – 80 Card Feed – Vento Feed  Card Feed – Chute Feed DELTA CARD  Servo or Super Servo Card HYPER LAYER  Horizontal Cross Lapper Textile Machinery Division
  25. 25. DELTA CARDTextile Machinery Division
  26. 26. Economic ConsiderationsWorking Width : 2.5 Mtr, Production Speed : 100 Mtr / MinFinal Product Weight : 50 GSM, Final Product Output : 750 Kg / HrCriteria Cyclopunching without preparation Spunlace line incl.drying without and web forming preparation and web formingSpace Requirement approx.200 Sq.Mtr approx.700 Sq.MtrInvestment approx. 4 Mill. Eur approx. 6 Mill. EurPower approx.150 KW / Mtr working width approx. 1000 KW / Mtr at 0.10 Eur / Kwh Working Width at 0.10 Eur / KwhWater Consumption NIL approx. 1.1 KL / Hr / Mtr Working Width 20 Ltr / Min / Mtr Working WidthWaste Water anti-pollution NIL approx.1.1 KL / H / Mtr working widthrequirements at 5.0 Eur / Sq. MtrFibre Loss NIL approx. 5% Kg Product at 1.50 Eur / KgConsumables Needles and needle boards ca.0.133 Eur / Jet Strips Kg / Mtr working width Ca. 0.004 Eur / Kg / Mtr Working Width; Needle life: approx. 300 Mill. Stroke Strip Life: approx. 1 Year at 50 barOperating Costs of Energy, Water, approx.0.995 Eur per min and m working approx. 2.061 Eur per min and m workingFibre loss, needles and boards, jet width widthstrips ( Without depriciation, interest,personnel, fibre material, chemicalsfor water treatment ) at 7,000 Workinghours / year Textile Machinery Division
  27. 27. Cyclopunch – Application AreasMedical Products : Gowns, Drapes, Cover sheets, Towels,Wound Dressings, Wet Tissue, PadsSanitary Products : Baby WipesHousehold and Industrial Wipes, Car WipesHome Furnishings : Table Cloths, Napkins, Interlings,Coating Substrates, Synthetic LeatherAutomotive Applications : Headliner, Interior TrimFiltration Material Textile Machinery Division
  28. 28. HyperlacingTextile Machinery Division
  29. 29. U.S.MARKET POTENTIAL Market scenario – US Market U.S.Trade of Nonwoven Roll Goods (HTS code 5603, aggregated ) % Change 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 (2006 - 07Imports ( Mn. Kg ) 116 138 167.3 169.8 161.9 185.9 14.8Exports( Mn.Kg ) 180 195 227.3 263.3 270.9 258.6 4.5 Textile Machinery Division
  30. 30. U.S.MARKET POTENTIAL Estimated Value of Exports & Imports, Nonwoven Roll Goods 2002 - 2007 FAS Value : U.S.Exports ( Mn. $ ) 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007$744.40 $914.10 $1,027.30 $1,239.60 $1,391.60 $1,302.60 General Customs Value : U.S.Imports ( Mn. $) 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007$437.80 $547.00 $631.80 $712.70 $703.00 $809.00 Textile Machinery Division
  31. 31. US TRADE of NONWOVENS.xls Textile Machinery Division
  32. 32. Consumption on Different Categories of Medical Textiles MARKET MEDICAL TEXTILE POTENTIALS.NO PRODUCT ( Rs Mn) 2005 2010 1 Sanitary Napkins 4819 8519 2 Incontinence Diapers 605 1070 3 Surgical Dressing 5828 10302 4 Health Care Textiles 1491 2635 5 Sutures 3160 5587 6 Medical Devices & Implants 1190 2104 Textile Machinery Division
  33. 33. ROAD AHEAD Enough Awareness on Technology & PotentialTime to TPI Product – Market – Flexibility Our Role – Right Technology – Cont. Technical Support– Project Implementation Textile Machinery Division
  34. 34. Traditional to Technical Diversify - Flourish Thank you Textile Machinery Division

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