Paper and tissue roll coverings successfully perform under demanding performance and durability requirements in any production environment.
Embossing rolls are used extensively to produce bathroom tissue, toweling, napkins, non-wovens, films and foils and plastics.
Each embossing application presents unique challenges to the roll covering. Additionally, competitive global pressures on the converting industry have led to ever more demanding performance and durability requirements for roll coverings.
Pattern design, PLI load, line speeds, roll diameter, recycled vs virgin fiber and basis weight are application variables that influence the selection of the roll covering compound. Working with engravers, pattern developers, converters, and original equipment manufacturers, Clarke continues to develop roll covering compounds that meet critical physical properties including resiliency, abrasion resistance, anti-static, conductive, modulus, and low hysteresis.