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October 27th, 2007

Voith Paper Introduces Nanotechnology Calendar Covers

Nanotechnology is considered to be one of the most important emerging technologies worldwide. Controlling the size of structures and materials down to the molecular level has resulted in completely new material properties. In the paper industry, nanotechnology is now introduced in the new calender covers from Voith Paper Rolls.

The new NanoPearl cover family is equipped with a filler system that is unique in particle size distribution and homogeneity. The average particle size measures only 10-20 nm which is a breakthrough in an industrial application. This new technology offers the key to considerably improved mechanical and thermal properties of elastic calender covers: improved wear resistance, increased run time, superior thermal properties allowing the highest calender speeds at increased operational safety, and extreme durability against barring and damages.


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