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RETECH – Enjoy Swiss Quality
Except for cheese, chocolate, knifes and watches there are also very famous heated godets for extrusion lines engineered and produced in Switzerland as to be seen during ITMA in Barcelona.
900 ready-to-use sacks in an hour!
An online process for the non-stop production of sacks on KARL MAYER’s RDS 11 EL machine makes the machine unique.
KARL MAYER has revamped its machine technology for producing packaging sacks.
Danfoss India’s next-gen drives for TN SMEs
Danfoss Industries Pvt Ltd, an industry leader in climate and energy efficient solutions, showcased its NextGen High Power Automation Drives – VLT Drive with enclosure size E and the VLT Midi Drive, in Chennai recently as a part of their ‘Engineering Tomorrow’s India’ initiatives.
Added value with Retech Godet
The Swiss company Retech’s attention turned always to optimise heating and motor capacity in order to save energy. The whole power of new innovation leads to fulfill this credo and therefore to the optimised godet. To define the right and best suited godet a close collaboration between customer and equipment designer is very important. There is no such thing as an ‘off the shelf’ godet.
HYDRO_BOT to tackle moisture management
Five textile industry leaders have joined forces to launch HYDRO_BOT, a new revolutionising technology for moisture management. HYDRO_BOT will solve one of the biggest challenges in sports, work and protective clothing: to transport moisture to match human sweat rates in various climates, conditions and activity levels.
Variable frequency drives: Making Indian textile more sustainable
With the ´Make in India´ thrust gaining ground across industries, our focus today should be on the textile industry where India is touted to be second largest producer of textiles and garments in the world. The Indian textiles and apparel industry is expected to grow to a size of $223 billion by 2021, according to a report by Technopak Advisors.
Demand side management in textiles in Bangladesh
Trade encouragement policies of the western countries, availability of cheap labour and low energy costs have provided Bangladesh with huge potential in the global clothing market, especially in EU and the US, feel Rakesh Kumar Goyal and Dr RP Agarwal
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