Research, development, production, planning and consulting – experts from all sectors will come together at the Techtextil and Texprocess Fair, Frankfurt Trade Fair Center. With a special focus on the trend theme “Urban Living – City of the Future”, the two leading trade fairs for technical textiles and nonwovens present a glimpse into the future of the industry. Also present at the fair: Groz-Beckert – the world’s leading supplier of industrial machine needles will exhibit its comprehensive product and service portfolio in the knitting, weaving, felting, carding and sewing product areas.
In the area of knitting, Groz-Beckert is exhibiting its portfolio for the product areas of circular knit, legwear, knitwear and flat knitwear. The focus is on system solutions – precisely coordinated system components enable smooth interaction and thus ensure uniform appearance of the goods and increased process reliability.
Another key topic is the expansion of the product portfolio, for example by offering needles in new intricacies – including coated needles. Additional needle types in the patented litespeed plus version and new system components, which have been developed in close cooperation with machine manufacturers meet their high quality standards and complete the product portfolio. In addition, Groz-Beckert enables its customers to enter new business fields with individual developments for specific applications. At Techtextil, Groz-Beckert’s weaving product area will present its range of products for weaving preparation and weaving accessories.
In addition, the trade fair stand will be offering both special healds and new insights into monofilament: In addition to highest row densities, these also allow a particularly thread-gentle processing. Combined with the innovative thread eye, which is not soldered but glued into the monofilament, Groz-Beckert healds ensure consistent fabric quality and maximum machine efficiency. The new ANTABRA surface treatment provides additional wear resistance.
To read full article, read ITJ May 2019 issue