Mondi develops CAC line to create more sustainable wipes

Wilton Vinck

Feb ’20

Pic: Mondi

Mondi has created a new Carded Airlaid Carded (CAC) line to build a more sustainable three-layer nonwoven for wipes, which can be used for individual hygiene and cleansing functions. The new line will use 100 for every cent cellulose content, like viscose and pulp from licensed sources, ensuing in a nonwoven material that is thoroughly biodegradable.

The new technology remaining used for the prepared CAC line—located at Mondi’s plant in Ascania, Germany—will make it probable to combine three layers into a remarkably purposeful and stable composite material. This will supply exceptional absorption and lotion load for substantial-good quality biodegradable wipes and utilizes fewer assets than similar carded mono-structures. The technology will be equipped to produce the entire sustainable nonwoven material in-line, whilst enabling hydro-embossing to raise softness and make improvements to cleansing energy.

Mondi’s vision is to lead to a far better earth, and its concentrate lies in making modern products that are sustainable by style and design. “The modern technology signifies we can produce 100 for every cent biodegradable, substantial-general performance nonwovens for wipes that are more obtainable, and we are searching forward to introducing this to the industry,” claimed Kelly Wright, Mondi’s products qualified for individual care and parts.

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

Mondi is a international chief in packaging and paper, delighting its consumers and customers with modern and sustainable packaging and paper alternatives. Mondi is thoroughly integrated across the packaging and paper worth chain – from managing forests and making pulp, paper and plastic movies, to developing and producing productive industrial and client packaging alternatives.

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