Oskar Dilo Maschinenfabrik KG

DiloGroup consists of DiloSpinnbau, DiloTemafa, DiloMachines and DiloSystems and offers machinery for complete processes for the production of needled staple fibre nonwovens. In its 116 years of history, the company has always set new standards in regard to machine performance and efficiency. Innovative technologies like DI-LOUR, DI-LOOP and Hyperpunch have created new markets for the nonwovens industry and have contributed to continuous growth.

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Hypertex
Hypertex
Source: Dilo
The new HyperTex technology which includes a filament or yarn laying machine of Messrs. OnTec combines endless scrims with nonwovens. The sandwich structures consisting of a reinforcing grid between base and cover felt can be produced inline at very high speeds of up to 40 m/min. Infinitely variable mesh sizes and a wide range of reinforcing yarns result in a high flexibility to adapt the number of filaments to the strength requirements of the specific application. This technique requires little space, low energy consumption and provides high production efficiency.
card feeder VRS-P
card feeder VRS-P
Source: Dilo
The new card feeder VRS-P combines the principles of a volumetric, precisely charged feeding with the characteristics of a vibration chute feeder and saves a conventional large trunk. This results in a better and more homogeneous distribution of the flocks and also the ceiling height of the building is not a limiting factor. A vacuumed delivery apron condenses and homogenizes the fibre flock matt. Additional control flaps equalize the fibre distribution over the working width. On the whole this results in a significantly better fibre flock matt and consequently in a better felt quality.
Compact Line
Compact Line
Source: Dilo
The Dilo Compact Line (DCL) was first presented 2015 and has been successfully used in industry and research. It meets the requirement for the production of small amounts of high quality felts made from special fibres such as carbon, ceramic or PTFE. Very interesting topics like the recycling of carbon fibres are already researched on these lines in various projects. With a card working width of 1.1 m and a subsequent layering width of 2.2 m, only 60 m² of space is required for the installation.
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