Louis P. Batson Company will be participating in the upcoming Converting and Bonding Conference (CAB), May 6 - 8, 2014, at the Hyatt Regency, in Greenville, South Carolina.
This premiere INDA (Association of the Nonwoven Fabric Industry) event brings together some of the industry’s top names in the bonding and converting of engineered nonwoven fabrics with a particular focus on the automotive and furnishings market. Dave Rousse, INDA President, says it best....“Our conference is humming with technology focused on the automotive and furnishings market segments!”
Instructional sessions feature the latest in needlepunch, hydroentanglement, chemical, and thermal technologies, as well as finishing and converting techniques. Attendees have access to educational presentations, technical sessions, discussion panels, and networking opportunities. For pricing and registration, please visit www.inda.org
Batson personnel will present the advances made in foam coating and radio frequency drying and then serve as panelists for the opening day equipment roundtable discussion on the next generation of engineered fabrics.
Time and experience are proving that the combination of foam coating and radio frequency drying generates distinct advantages over traditional methods of coating and drying.
Precise foam impregnation and uniform moisture removal can enhance end-product value and significantly lower energy costs. This is particularly true in the automotive industry.
Foam applicators can now distribute precise amounts of foamed reactive resins and binders equally across the entire width and depth of a web. This process allows greater control over the amount of chemical product applied resulting in thorough impregnation of fibers.
Radio frequency drying, which heats from the inside out, provides a constant and uniform extraction of water with precise control over the final moisture content of a web. The result is faster drying, less product waste due to overheating and lower energy costs.
For more detailed information on foam coating and radio frequency drying, please contact Batson by phone at (864) 242-5262 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org