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Hipro metallic card clothing boost throughput by up to 10% in nonwoven applications thanks to innovative geometry

The superior performance of Graf’s innovative Hipro card clothing boosts production rates with up to 10% higher throughput and greater carding efficiency compared to conventional clothing. Hipro clothing also ensure high web quality that can be reproduced consistently. From hygiene articles through to noise insulation products, they are suitable for any man-made fiber in the nonwoven sector.

The biggest challenge nonwoven manufacturers face is the ability to obtain consistent quality without compromising throughput and process stability for a wide range of raw materials. When clothing are adjusted perfectly and machine conditions are optimized in line with the raw materials and output, configurations can be guaranteed for any application regardless of fiber type, web weight and end product.

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Figure 1: Superior performance of Graf’s innovative Hipro card clothing boosts production rates.

This is where Hipro metallic card clothing offers customers unmatched flexibility and agility which gives them an enviable advantage in a market poised for healthy growth over the coming years.

Compared to conventional card clothing, Hipro metallic card clothing allow optimal processing with 20% fewer failures thanks to the precise fiber transfer to and from the cylinder. Continuously high process stability provides web quality that can be replicated across any application consistently throughout the entire lifetime of the clothing.

Top-class performance and precision

Thanks to innovative geometries, excellent material, and high-quality workmanship, Hipro metallic card clothing ensure top-class performance and precision as well as robustness.

The specially designed hump at the front of the Hipro teeth significantly increases fiber retention. Depending on the clothing type and application, Graf supplies various steel alloys for toughest demands and greater durability.

In addition, a choice of surface finishes is available for different fiber materials – with the option of a specially tailored surface treatment. Graf’s comprehensive product range is so flexible that it ensures a perfect match for any requirement.

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Figure 2: Specially designed hump at the front of the Hipro teeth significantly increases fiber retention.

Hipro clothing for various applications

Both high-performance and conventional cards can be equipped with Hipro card clothing. They are designed for all man-made fibers in the nonwoven sector and used on various rollers – mainly on workers, doffers, and condenser rollers.

Hipro card clothing ensure there is no limit to fiber types and web weights. From standard profiles through to interlinked clothing, they are ideally suited for end products in segments such as hygiene, medical, automotive, filtration, floor coverings, etc.

Hipro metallic card clothing on dedicated rollers increase production by up to 10% thanks to optimized web transfers from the cylinder to the doffer. Moreover, significantly fewer failures occur in the web owing to the precise fiber transfer to and from the cylinder. A highlight is the increased efficiency employees experience thanks to the reduction of the fiber fly.

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