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Laroche’s latest development in fibre processing
At ITMA, Laroche, a world leader in fibre processing equipment, will display the following machines: Airlay type “Flexiloft 2600” with improved web uniformity and weight range.
Communicating the future of MMF
Innovation, cooperation, an open dialogue and sustainable investments are necessary to meet global competition. Massive geopolitical changes along with incalculably high volatilities in the financial and raw materials markets constitute enormous challenges to the flexibility of businesses in all economic sectors.
ZIP´s range of hardware options
ZIP manufactures a wide range of fasteners, which are useful for textile machinery manufacturing units. Range of fasteners include: ring eye bolt, stay eye bolt, hex head bolt nut washers, full thread hex HD Sc, machine bolt, hex head, sq head type coach bolt wood Sc type threads.
Sustainable textiles and their importance
Sustainable textiles are textiles (or fabrics) that are grown and created in an environmentally friendly way, using minimal chemicals. Because chemicals are not used in sustainable textiles, there are less health problems that are associated with chemicals such as headaches, allergies, skin irritation, and respiratory problems.
Carbon footprint in textile processing
Global warming´ and ´carbon footprint´ are buzzwords now. Their importance and the consequential long-term devastating effects of ´Climate Change´ on the environment, habitat and even the existence of our mother Earth are widely discussed. This warming of atmospheric temperature is attributed to the emission of green house gases (GHG) ´carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and fluorocarbons are the major contributors.
J Hayavadana pens a book on fabric structure
Prof J Hayavadana, a graduate from the Bangalore University of Textiles, post graduate in textile technology from PSG College of Technology (Bharathiyar University) and doctorate from Anna University under faculty of technology, has penned a book on fabric structure and design.
New Cellulosic Process
Scientists in Finland say they are close to perfecting a new, more sustainable process for the production of man-made cellulosic staple fibres, which uses ionic liquids to dissolve wood pulp.