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Villforth achieves new record!

Our valued customer Papierfabrik Louisenthal GmbH in Gmund am Tegernsee, Germany, just informed us about their satisfaction with our fabrics. After more than 500 days in the machine, our latest fabric was still in pristine condition with yet a high run-time potential left. The Production Manager stated that this outstanding condition lead to the order of the next 2 fabrics.

Papierfabrik Louisenthal has very high standards since they are a well-known banknote and security paper mill demanding excellent paper quality.

MIAC 2018 - Villforth Siebtechnik GmbH

Paper Middle east & MIAC 2019

Visit us at an exhibition near you.

18. – 20. september: Paper Middle East Cairo - Egypt

09. – 11. october: MIAC Lucca - Italy

We look forward to welcome you at our booth.

Villforth achieves new record!

We are proud to inform you about a new run-time record. We achieved with our TAD fabric at Essity, Prudhoe, GB.

With this new record we even doubled the run-time of the strongest competitor on site. Better yet, the samples examined afterwards were still in good condition.

TOPAZ NT Fabric Coating

New Coating: TOPAZ NT

TOPAZ©NT coating – further development of our successful fabric coating

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Das Werk der Villforth Siebtechnik GmbH in Reutlingen aus der Luft

Interview: Cost savings by using right forming fabrics

At first glance, the wire section does not appear to play a major role when it comes to saving energy for papermaking. After all, it only accounts for about 15% of the energy demand. Upon closer inspection however the following becomes apparent: sheet formation has a big influence on drying – and this drying process takes up to 65% of the total energy demand!

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We support the SSV Reutlingen 05

Sponsorship belongs at Villforth for many years to corporate culture. Fairness, commitment and team spirit among in sport as much as in the professional environment. Since the season 2013/14 we are sponsor of SSV Reutlingen 1905, underlining the proximity to Germany's most popular sport - football.