A New Family of Forming Fabric Structures Provides Higher Dewatering, More Sheet Bulk and Lower Drag Loads for Improved Life, Tissue2017
Traditional forming fabric structures involve a series of design compromises in which fabric life, fabric stability, sheet formation, fiber retention, and fabric drive-load are traded off, one for another, in order to achieve a specific end result. This paper describes a new approach to fabric design in which all the aforementioned properties can be maximized without coincidental negative trade-offs.
This paper shows that a denser triple-layered structure, at similar permeabilities, will obviously have lower void volume and less internal water to remove while passing through dewatering elements.
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