Visitors at the booth got latest information about how iNTERSPARE can help Indian textile companies taking the lead and producing highest quality with higher productivity.
Together with its agent in India Global Group, the German company iNTERSPARE Textilmaschinen presented the Artos (Babcock Textilmaschinen) and Krantz product lines of its machinery portfolio at the KNIT-TECH trade fair in Tirupur, which took place from February 10-13 at Hi-Tech Tirupur Exhibition Centre. iNTERSPARE and Global Group gave a special presentation addressing finishing companies active in the field of sophisticated knitted products.
Visitors at the booth got latest information about how iNTERSPARE can help Indian textile companies taking the lead and producing highest quality with high productivity. In addition visitors will learn more about the new Artos, Babcock and Krantz textile machines and in particular about the new version of the legendary Krantz Syncro shrink dryer. Since ITMA in Milan, orders from India have been coming in thick and fast, some of which have already been delivered; others are still in production at the plant in Reinbek.
At the booth iNTERSPARE gave special technical presentations about:
- What makes the insulation of the new Artos and Krantz machines the best in the world and why this is a very important feature
- What are the unbeatable advantages of the tumbler flap which gives the fabric special touch and volume
Furthermore iNTERSPARE informed about:
- Modifying existing Artos, Babcock, Krantz and Stentex machines, i.e. improve older systems by integrating modern electronic components
- Getting original spare parts for the machinery of the brands of Artos, Krantz, Stentex, Babcock BTM, Famatex, Franz Müller, Haas, Hacoba and Textima. About 3 million parts are readily kept in the central warehouse
- Increasing productivity with the very special lubricants by their own company iNTERSPARE Lubricants
iNTERSPARE also offers interested companies in particular from India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh the opportunity to test the desired product on a Krantz Syncro shrink dryer right there in India, and thereby get a valuable and personal impression of the quality of the finished product.
iNTERSPARE GmbH was founded in 1994 in Hamburg by Carsten Kalek and Dirk Polchow. In the first years, iNTERSPARE very successfully provided spare parts for textile machines, especially for textile finishing machines. Since taking over the machine programme with all rights, patents, licenses and technical documentation as well as senior employees and know-how from Moenus Textilmaschinen GmbH in 2007 and the building of the new production hall in 2011 iNTERSPARE is a well reputed textile machine manufacturer and the legitimate successor of the brands of Artos respectively Babcock Textilmaschinen (BTM), Famatex, Haas, Krantz, Stentex, Textima, Hacoba and Müller.
iNTERSPARE offers excellent solutions regarding new machinery for the Artos and Krantz product ranges. With an experienced and well motivated team iNTERSPARE provides first-class service.
The company owns a modern production facility and the production area is currently adjusted by 5,000 sq m in order to fulfil the increasing demand. iNTERSPARE has a strong focus on R&D and offers innovative extensions, modernisation, conversion, modifications and upgradings of existing installations. iNTERSPARE is still the leading provider of original spare parts for the machinery of the brands of Artos, Krantz, Stentex, Textima, Haas, Famatex, BTM, Franz Müller and Hacoba.
iNTERSPARE Lubricants presents simple ways to increase productivity
At KNIT-TECH 2017 in Tirupur, iNTERSPARE Lubricants, a manufacturer of market-leading lubricants for textile finishing and knitting production, demonstrated how the productivity of textile machinery can be significantly increased by using its lubricants and iNTERSPARE’s expertise.
iNTERSPARE Lubricants demonstrated to the textile companies that are so vital to the industry in Tirupur how to make full use of the potential of their textile machinery, as well as how best to handle the considerable strain on components and parts in order to keep downtime and outages to an absolute minimum. This applies not just to iNTERSPARE textile machines from the Artos product line, Babcock and Krantz textile machines but also to a multitude of other machines, such as stenter frames and circular knitting machines made by any manufacturer.
Product manager Vincent Feindt, iNTERSPARE’s specialist for lubricants, said in this regard that “lubricants are, in my opinion, still undervalued by many companies. It is such an effective and simple means with which to improve a machine’s productivity. For example, it makes a huge difference whether one uses standard oil or our high-temperature chain oil, which is specially developed for lubricating chains in stenter frames. The cost-benefit ratio is enormous, and at KNIT-TECH explained and demonstrated in just five minutes to any textile producer why switching to iNTERSPARE Lubricants is always worthwhile.”
For more than 15 years now, iNTERSPARE Lubricants has been developing lubricants that are specifically adapted to the individual components of textile machinery, and has further developed these lubricants in collaboration with leading chemists, textile companies and textile machinery manufacturers. As one of the world’s leading suppliers of spare parts for stenter frames and other textile finishing machines, iNTERSPARE has also crucially been able to integrate their expertise into the development process and keep moving forwards with continual improvements. As a world-leading supplier of spare parts, iNTERSPARE is acutely aware of the importance of lubricants.
Polchow, MD, iNTERSPARE, said “We have delivered several hundred thousand replacement parts all over the world during the last two decades, and we were almost always able to ascertain why a part had broken. Often this was a result of insufficient or incorrect lubrication, as well as being due to the use of substandard lubricant products. Our iNTERSPARE Lubricants are decisive in helping to improve and extend the operational performance of a part.”