Sofidel’s New Dry Tech Heavy-Duty Hand Towels are Built for Strength

August 10, 2017

Sofidel, a leading global provider of paper for hygienic and domestic use, today launched Dry Tech Heavy-Duty hand towels, which have an absorbency per sheet that is more than double competitors’ towels. The towels are also constructed with negative embossing to eliminate linting.  Dry Tech Heavy-Duty is ideal for cleaning glass, aluminum and other glossy surfaces where dust and lint can be highly visible after cleaning. 
“Disposable hand towels must be designed to withstand rigorous cleaning tasks and hand drying,” said Fabio Vitali, Vice President AFH Marketing & Sales for Sofidel America. “We’ve built Dry Tech Heavy-Duty towels with long fibers and three plies for added strength and best-in-class absorbency to keep customers happy and facilities looking their best.”
Dry Tech Heavy-Duty offers numerous advantages, including:
Increased wet and dry strength to ensure seamless dispensing, maximum performance and improved guest satisfaction.
Greater softness and absorption, enhancing comfort and saving time.
Reduced paper consumption, which drives down costs and environmental waste.
Improved facility appearance and worker productivity, as towels leave behind no lint or dust during cleaning.
For more information about Dry Tech Heavy-Duty, visit
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