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A.T.E.’s contributions to India’s sustainable development
A.T.E. had the foresight to envisage the urgent need for an alternate eco-friendly technology that would provide cooling and comfort. So, it invested in a nascent technology, about 12 years ago, that has today revolutionised the concept of cooling.
I.M.P.A.C.T. for machine & environment monitoring of mills
Located in Gurgaon, A M Innospin Systems specialises in spinning and material handling. Incepted in the year 1989, the company [today] has grown into a multi-activity organisation with the background of textile technologists having vast experience at various levels in the industry.
Study of regenerated cellulosic fibres
The need for better quality goods has led to the modification of regenerated viscose fibres. The main focus of this paper is on the development of cotton and cellulosic-based viscose fabrics made from modified viscose yarns such as Excel and Modal with reference to 100 per cent cotton fabrics and their unique, investigated physical and mechanical properties.
Training programme for TNTC staff in technical textiles
Dr Hari Gopalakrishnan, Assistant Professor and Technical Consultant, Department of Textile Engineering, Dire Institute of Technology, Dire Dawa University, Ethiopia, shared his views on the production of technical textiles on modern looms.
Monforts development for denim finishing continues
Monforts plans to introduce a number of new innovations for denim in the near future, including a solution for the introduction of two-way super stretch into denim in a single processing step.
SVPITM organises series of workshops on TT
The Department of Handlooms and Textiles, Government of Tamil Nadu and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International School of Textiles and Management (SVPITM) have jointly organised a series of workshops in technical textiles.
Laroche: A leader in fibre processing machines
For over 100 years, Laroche S.A., France, has been a pioneer in fibre processing machines. The company is a world leader in textile hard waste recycling lines, having more than 4,000 installations and over 100 installations of airlay nonwovens lines.
Eco Fibres on the Rise
Sustainability is no longer a choice, but a necessity. The textile industry feels that the movement towards sustainability should start from the source itself – fibres. The global eco fibre market size was estimated at 9,570 kilo tonne in 2016.