As a custom machine builder serving a wide range of industries that produce thousands of different products, Chase engineers know how to handle textile and nonwoven materials. Our six decades of web handling expertise combined with our flexibility in the design process have resulted in new and innovative solutions to complex manufacturing problems. Whether your application calls for winding, slitting, festooning, laminating, embossing, inspecting or any other assembly or process method for textile and nonwoven materials, our experienced staff will recommend specific production equipment to meet your needs. Our experience is in continuous fiber or web applications from .005” to 130” wide and thicknesses from .0004” to ¼” for medical disposables, air and liquid filters, industrial fabrics, geotextiles, hollow fibers, food packaging and home goods.
When your application calls for ‘proof of concept’ or product samples for benchmark testing and market research, our Material Applications Lab is equipped to test materials, assembly and processing methods in a private setting. For a fraction of the cost of new production equipment, Chase engineers and/or technicians will assist you during your visit. The Material Applications Lab may be reserved by the hour, day or week.
Single Position Surface Drive Warper,
Ultrasonic Tube Former,
Extended Pocket Filter Machine ,
Ultrasonically Welded Bag Pocket Filter,
Canister Filter Machine,
Plunge Ring Welder – Dual Position and Single Position ,
Opti-Splice Series 1000 & 2000, Rotary Drum Machines,
Ultrasonic Rotary Drum Laminator,
Ultrasonic Laminator & Slitting Machine,
Continuous Web Inspection, Ultrasonic Sewing Machines –
FS-90 and FS-180,
2-Position Heavy Duty Crosswinder,
Opti-Pak 2000, Continuous Material Festooner,