Having grown and developed the Spunchem business and it’s people in the South African market over the past 20 years, we’re dedicated to remaining a customer focused business by investing in and developing our technology and our local people to accommodate and meet our customer’s needs every step of the way. By applying the skills…Details
Spunchem has installed an in-house converting facility to decrease costs, improve packaging and ensure flexibility in delivery time, which is critical in the Radiant Barrier market.
Spunchem successfully installed an upgraded technology / output 5500 TPY Spunbond Plant, which increased total capacity to 8000 TPY. The new Plant included improvements developed through Spunchem’s experience, as well as consultations with leading technical supports worldwide.
Spunchem is now the market leader in spring pocket fabric in the U.K. Through a close association with our valued U.K. customers, a square fabric (in terms of physical properties and weight evenness) has been achieved. Demand for this product in the U.K. and the world market is vast, as it can be used to…Details
Spunchem International, which is a joint venture between Monier and Strand group holdings, has been actively working towards environmentally positive products – namely Radiant Barriers. In the South African market Spunchem, through its residential distributors, has a leading market share in the Undertile Membrane Market which it launched in 2005. In order to enter the…Details
A state- of-the-art 50 million square meter �Guns� technology Spunbond plant was commissioned, bringing capacity to 150sqm of Spunbond.
[Spunchem has been actively engaged in developing fabric for our German customers, and are currently selling 2000 tons per annum for these applications. The joint development of this specialised product with our customer has been highly successful as a component of the final product.
Spunchem is now in a position to service industrial and technical segments of the spunbond market with its range of products. The Twintrac product range has isotropic physical strength not found in conventional spunbonds.