Phoenix Machinery will focus on converting machinery for feminine napkins, as well as promote baby and adult incontinence diapers at Booth #1236 during INDEX17 from 4-7 April 2017 in Geneva, Switzerland. Phoenix Machinery representatives will discuss the high-speed platform used to produce high-end napkins and diapers with customizable features, such as wings and easy-wrap fold.
Product and Process Customizable Features
Phoenix Machinery, disposable hygiene machinery manufacturer, offers standard to high speed platforms designed with advanced processes to allow for a variety of product features to meet consumer needs, such as dimensional range, core tissue wrapping and de-bulking, optional wings, and lamination. Hygiene converting machines include:
• Adult Incontinence Diaper Machine 250 (AD-250): Operates at a production speed of 250 meters per minute or 250 adult diapers per minute
• Baby Diaper Converting Machine 600 (BD-600): Operates at a production speed of 300 meters per minute or 600 diapers per minute
• Feminine Napkin Converting Machinery 1000 (LN-1000): Operates at a production speed of 250 meters per minutes or 1000 feminine napkins per minute
Representatives at the booth will consult attendees on hygiene machinery and technical training for mechanical and electrical services.
INDEX is the largest global meeting place for the nonwovens market, its suppliers and customers. Taking place only once every three years, this event brings together over 12,500 trade visitors from over 100 countries to see the products and services displayed by 586 exhibitors, from 41 countries, in more than 22,000m2 net of stand space
INDEX is the premier industry platform, where senior industry professionals from around the world come together to seek competitive insights, learn about the latest technologies, and network, for four days of intensive and rewarding business activities.
About Phoenix Machinery
Established in 1998, Phoenix Machinery is located in Safra, Lebanon. Phoenix Machinery manufactures custom-made hygiene and tissue converting machines, high precision CNC machined parts, as well as develops and integrates machinery automation, process automation and power distribution solutions. Currently the manufacturer exports globally to Congo, Egypt, England, France, Germany, Haiti, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Spain, the United Arab Emirates and the United States, and Poland.