Nothing seems to be more important for little babies than dry napkins. Huge amounts are used in the first months of a child, which are completely different from the fabric liners, used by our grandmothers.
In different shapes and sizes, with prints and cuffs, tape and aroma they are almost high-tech products today. But one thing they have all in common: Their core is made of cellulose.
These are fibers produced industrially from wood. Packing them is very demanding, because the lightweight material has to be pressed in big bales to make it ready for the transportation. Prepresses provide the necessary compression, before the plastic strap is laid around the bale. Due to the high standards in the hygiene sector, customers around the world often use the TITAN plastic strapping head VK 10 for this task. It is distinguished by high and constant closure values, a sealing unit free of wear and tear, and optimum belt tension. Soiling due to belt abrasion is minimum, and the strapping process becomes a lot faster.