Webinar organized by USTER about managing contamination in fibers during fiber preparation in the production of nonwovens.

When producing nonwovens for hygiene and other sensitive applications, success or failure is basically down to ‘pure’ quality – in other words, zero-level contamination.

Join us for a free webinar and learn how to ensure zero-level contamination. More information and registration:

Your raw material is cotton, but organic cotton might also be an option. The growing demand for organic cotton is being driven by sustainability. Customers are willing to pay higher prices for ‘all-natural’ products. It is a promising, yet tricky, business scenario! Bales of cotton typically contain various types of contamination, which should never enter the final product and should ideally be removed at the earliest stage of production.

Partner up with Uster for zero-level contamination control by eliminating contamination during the fiber preparation process – thus before contaminants are shredded into smaller particles.

Discover detailed information on how to improve raw material quality and reduce waste with the Uster Jossi Vision Shield N contamination sorter. Visit