CAMPEN airlaid test center
Our new, own hosted test center is located near our CAMPEN headquarters in Hornslet near Aarhus in Denmark.
Patented airlaid beater forming technology
The processing line is based on CAMPEN’s new, patented airlaid beater forming technology. The test facility consists primarily of an airlaid forming head, a fiber feeding system and a hammer mill designed for high capacity and flexible airlaid processes. This means that, in addition to the traditional types of fibers, it can also process recycled fibers and biodegradable fibers from 1 mm up to 30 mm in length. The new technology uses significantly lower energy than similar systems, thereby reducing investment and operating costs.
Optimize your airlaid production
At our test center we welcome airlaid producers from all around the globe, from international Fortune 500 companies, who would like to develop new products, optimize their productions or improve their final products, to small producers of final products, who would like to find out if they can produce airlaid in-house or if airlaid works for their new product idea.
Machinery and knowledge about airlaid processes
Having our own testing facility ensures that we can be even better at advising our customers on innovative products and on improving their existing productions. Our customers can see immediate results even from as little as 1 kg of raw material. Our new test facility also allows customers to take home actual rolls with the new product for further consumer testing etc. In addition, we naturally ensure absolute confidentiality when we collaborate on developing new products in our test center.
Watch this video to learn more about our airlaid test center.
Watch this video to learn more about our new airlaid beater forming technology, which was nominated for the Index Innovation Awards 2020.
Airlaid test center – technical specifications
|Capacity||10 – 250 kg/h|
|Working width||600 mm|
|Basis weight||10 – 1000 gram/m² or more|
|Fiber length||1 – 30 mm|
|Line speed||1 – 120 m/min.|
|Types of fibers||We handle all natural and man-made fibers: wood pulp (in roll, sheet and bale), synthetic fibers, viscose, rayon, cotton, waste fibers, straw, hemp, coconut, tobacco, algea|