Treofan to make significant investment in Treo-Pore(r) capacity

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Treofan Group, a global leader in high-end BOPP films, is making a significant investment in boosting capacity for its pioneering Treo-Pore(r) Separator Membrane product line, used in batteries, EDLC Ultracapacitors and Filtration. With this investment, Treofan is aiming to meet a surge in global demand for high-end power transmission and battery applications, especially in the automotive and electrical industries.

"We designed Treo-Pore(r) to reach new performance levels in separator weight, durability, and to cover a wide range of applications and operating temperatures - it's a dramatic improvement in every way," said Oliver Dirmeier, Global Business Manager, Technical Films & New Business. "This investment will allow us to produce many times over what we can produce today and is thus a huge step towards becoming the global leader in this fast-growing and demanding industry."

Combining Dry & Wet process technologies, Treofan has created a completely new membrane structure for its products: delivering high porosity, low Gurley values, a nano-size 3D porous structure and superior puncture resistance. The new generation of separator membranes reduces charging losses and improves efficiency and safety, cutting both end-user costs and CO2 emissions.

Treofan has already started preparations for the expansion of its Treo-Pore(r) capacity, with completion expected by the end of 2012. The investment will focus on building an additional production line, which will have significantly higher output than the existing line.
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