Tissue World Magazine

Gambini has responded to customer demand with the launch of its TouchMax.Twin embosser.

The product is the latest member of the TouchMax Family of embossing and lamination solutions which the supplier said aims to improve softness, strength, and bulk.

The original TouchMax was the company’s first flexible embosser that could create a large variety of products without removing or replacing any steel rolls in the machine.

Sales and marketing director Carlo Berti said the TouchMax.Twin is the answer for customers that need to meet different embossing needs while limiting investment costs.

He said: “It can emboss tissue products in three types of configurations as requested by the market: Point-to-Point, Synchronised and Random.

“It innovates by creating value for the customer and in order to do this it is crucial to have 360 degrees of flexibility.”

He added that the product is more compact and easy to maintain while keeping the highest levels of safety for the operators.

It also allows a two-fold set-up of the machine that means it can work with steel embossing rolls of 355mm and 409mm diameters. It can also be used for retrofits into existing lines that enable customers to expand their product range while maintaining existing ones.

Berti added: “The TouchMax.Twin allows customers to maximise production and compete in diversified markets by creating products of the widest range and typology.”
Gambini researches, designs, and manufactures converting machinery for the production of tissue products in the consumer and professional markets.