Gambini has announced the installation of the new embosser-laminator TouchMax.Air at Italian-based company Byness, after it wanted to improve and differentiate its production.
According to the converting machine supplier, the new embosser is an “advanced, innovative, flexible and versatile technology”, integrating the TouchMax.Twin embosser with a part of AirMill technology.
Byness has installed Gambini’s FLEX 600 converting line: a 600m/min consumer line that is equipped with the new TouchMax.Air embosser-laminator.
Carlo Berti, sales director at Gambini, told TWM: “The new line creates bulky tissue rolls with high-quality values in terms of softness, absorbency and tensile strength, while making the products more stable during the production phase, thus optimising the efficiency.”
It works at a production speed up to 600m/min and is characterised by extreme flexibility, being able to laminate in five different configurations: Synchronised, Random, LNG (Laminated-Non-Embossed), Point-to-Point and Point-to-Flat.
Due to the machinery, Byness will be able to increase its range of products by satisfying the most diversified requests of buyers, reducing production times and costs.
Berti added that the customer will be able to use less raw material and resources by using conventional papers (DCT/LCT), while obtaining, however, a product very similar to textured paper.
Byness is a Pistoia-based tissue converting company that has been present on the tissue market for over 50 years.
It produces toilet paper with pure and ecological cellulose, as well as industrial rolls, hand towels, tissues, napkins, disposable examination sheets.
Its brands include Ninfea, EcoLine, Morbida and Naturel.