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Karl Mayer set to launch new, digital brand
Karl Mayer, a leading developer of perfect solutions for warp knitting, technical textiles, and warp preparation for weaving, is set to present its latest, innovative machinery at ITMA Asia.
Huntsman accelerant redefines polyester dyeing
Huntsman Textile Effects has introduced UNIVADINE® E3-3D next-generation diffusion accelerant to help mills achieve high-performance dyeing of polyester, microfibres and blends
Cortec® releases biobased EcoLine® ELP
General purpose lubrication around the plant, shop, or home is easy and more environmentally friendly with Cortec’s EcoLine® ELP. EcoLine® ELP (Extreme Lubricant Penetrant) is a high performance biodegradable soy-based lubricant and penetrant.
ZDHC recognises ECO PASSPORT by OEKO-TEX®
OEKO-TEX® has announced that its ECO PASSPORT certification has been recognised as a LEVEL 3 ZDHC MRSL Conformance Indicator for the ZDHC Roadmap To Zero Programme.
Lenzing redefines TENCEL brand
Enabled by industry innovations, including REFIBRA technology, Eco Soft technology, Eco filament technology and Micro technology, textiles produced under the TENCEL brand offer premium standards of sustainability and natural comfort to meet evolving consumer demand.
Arvind's denim revolution
Arvind Limited plans to take the business to Rs 10,000 crore over the next four to five years, said Aamir Akhtar, CEO, Denims, Arvind Ltd. “Currently, the company’s textile business is around Rs 6,000 crore”, said Akhtar.
Savio Eco PulsarS scores at Falcon Yarns
Falcon has appreciated the quality and cost-effectiveness of Savio automatic winders Eco PulsarS and has strongly recommended this model to other spinning mills.
Falcon Yarns Pvt Ltd, a part of the Falcon Group, is a textile spinning unit at Gondal, Gujarat. The company is ably headed by its Directors: Richi Kotadia and Bhargav Suvagiya. The total turnover of the Falcon Group stands at a whopping Rs 5 billion.
Autoconer 6 with E3: Productive & economical
The Autoconer 6 is the leader in all measured values: its production is 4% higher than that of its competitor, and it uses 3% less energy and 13% less compressed air.
Even if the winding machine is only responsible for about 10-15 per cent of the energy consumption (compressed air and electrical energy) when considering the classic ring spinning process, these criteria play an important role in assessing the performance of the machine. Comparative measurements in the package winding sector show that the Autoconer 6 is not only more productive than the competitors; it also consumes less energy and compressed air and uses the valuable raw material more sparingly. Provided with the latest equipment and E³ certification and with optimum settings, the Autoconer is the most efficient and cost-effective automatic winding machine on the market.