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Cleaning and Conditioning of Dryer Fabrics

(Advertorial) -- Dryer fabric contamination can affect sheet handling, threading, and drying rate -- as well as creating sheet defects and/or sheet breaks. With the widespread use of recycled fiber and additives in the furnish, the potential for contaminants ("stickies", ink, and dirt) to make their way to the dryer section has increased. Quite often, these contaminants do not make their presence known until they are exposed to the high heat and humidity in the dryer section. This makes dryer fabric cleanliness an increasingly critical issue. This ExperTip provides practical and useful information about cleaning and conditioning dryer fabrics to avoid contamination problems.

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