Using our air laid nonwoven technology, Rando Machine systems produce webs used in both residential and industrial abrasive products. From scub pads to floor buffers you have probably used a product that started in a Rando machine in your home or business.
From air bags, headliners, sun shades, acoustical pads, door panels, and various engine parts, Rando Machines air laid nonwoven manufacturing systems are used around the globe to produce components for the automotive industry. These advanced fiber web systems create fibers that are ideal for automotive applications he versatility that is engineered into every system allows for the production of non-woven fiber webs from many materials, including cotton, cotton shoddy, synthetic shoddy, recycled fiber, reclaimed material, carbon, and fiberglass. The fiber webs produced are rated up to 40 lbs per inch in width dependent on fiber used in fabrication, with fiber webs weighing in the range of 25 g/m2 – 2500 g/m2.
As a recognized industry leader in the development and fabrication of nonwoven fiber processing systems, at Rando Machine we provide quality equipment for use in media filtration. These systems are designed to filter oil, gas, air, and water products, using a variety of fiber materials, including metal fibers, nylons, and everything in-between.
Rando Machine has fabricated equipment used in the processing of air laid nonwoven fiber webs for the medical industry for over 70 years. Unlike our competition, our fiber web systems create fibers that have tensile strength that is uniform in both length and width.
The diversity of our experience is reflected in the wide range of systems and components integrated into our equipment. We are proud to offer these custom feeders, webbers, blender/openers, and others for specialty applications in many areas, such as the military, aerospace, agricultural, medical, and research industries. These systems create non-woven fiber webs from many traditional and non-traditional materials, including carbons, nano fibers, natural fibers, ferrous and non-ferrous materials, and seaweed, in web weights that range from 25 g/m2 – 2500 g/m2.