For over 90 years, DIENES has built up a reputation as a reliable supplier of fully engineered solutions for leading manufacturers of technical fibres and renowned research institutes. Over the decades, the product range has been continuously growing from heated godets, control systems, individual plant modules up to complete laboratory, pilot and production lines for melt, wet, nano-fibre spinning and further post-treatment.

DIENES plants are implemented in the production of technically sophisticated fibres such as medical threads and membranes. Growing demands on fibre performance require a continuous development and optimisation of technology and production parameters. As a result, DIENES is constantly expanding its know-how to better support its customers in developing new products and processes.

MultiMode® – Research 4.0
The development of new innovative filaments demands an efficient systematic and, in part, self-optimising experimental working system, which must be intelligent in gathering data from the process and flexible in enabling the rearrangement of the process. Our implementation of the Research 4.0 approach is called MultiMode® and ensures high flexibility, modularity and versatile applicability. Each module can be individually adapted to customer-specific requirements and has its own decentralised control, which is the key for its integration into any plant at any time with a reduced programming effort. In the MultiMode® Explorer developed by Dienes, all process data are permanently visualised and recorded with a high degree of transparency for further evaluation.

New Business Areas
DIENES is not only constantly developing its products, but also their application range. Recently, DIENES has successfully delivered a wet spinning plant to a manufacturer of pharmaceutical products. This plant was validated according to GMP guidelines and GAMP standards. Thus, we are now a qualified partner for customers from the pharmaceutical and biomedical sector.

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