As masks are becoming an integral part of our lives in this ‘new normal’ world, its packaging and production processes are also today as important as masks are.
VDMA, as always, in its commitment to sustainability, is organising another webtalk on 29 October 2020 (2 pm – 4 pm CEST).
The focus of the webtalk, which is just few days away, will be on production and packaging technologies used for making respiratory protection masks (FFP and surgical masks).
Some of the industry experts will be talking at the much awaited seminar.
Heiko Irlbacher, from Schott & Meissner Maschinen – und Anlagenbau, in the presentation Sophisticated production line for FFP folding masks – Made in Germany will speak about the company’s new mask production line for foldable masks, which has become a key new player to produce FFP1 and FFP2 face masks as well as N95 or KN95 standards.
Then, Timo Kollmann from Hugo Beck Maschinenbau will show various styles and possibilities for packaging masks in film, singlewise or in stacks. The presentation is titled How to pack respiratory masks in films.
Besides, Timo will be presenting best practices and delivered machines as well as future concepts.
Fabrice Ferretti, from ANDRITZ Nonwoven and Textile, will be talking about – in Fully-automatic, high-speed-production lines for surgical and FFP masks – fully automatic, high-speed production line developed by ANDRITZ Diatec for surgical and FFP disposable face masks, wherein the production speed can reach up to 600 pcs every minute.
Following the presentations, the experts will be available to respond to all the queries of the participants.
Those who haven’t registered as yet can still do so through https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2466339131957838093