Canalair has been active in the field of
integrated air handling solutions for textile and nonwoven manufacturing
plants since 1991, and today is considered very much the leader in this
field. Following an ambitious project in India, which is scheduled to be
completed and fully operational in December this year, the company has now
established Canalair Air Solutions Ltd in Coimbatore. It proposes both a
production area and customer service and spares base in the
region, drawing on well known Indian trading structures with specific
competencies in both the traditional textile sector and nonwovens, and
thanks to the executive director, with 26 years experience in the textile
India, of course, is one of the
biggest textile markets, with significant growth and development potential,
without even considering the market opportunities of neighbouring Pakistan
specialisation is not only in respect of engineering, but also often demands
the modification and improvement of some processes as well as of mechanical
components, which in order to fully maximise performance oblige the
manufacturer to modify – sometimes substantially – basic technical
features of machines.
The company has
introduced many innovations in respect of handling the air from processing
in the working environment, with solutions for recirculated air, which fully
meet standards set down by organisations such as the US Occupational Safety
and Health Administration (OSHA). A high-pressure humidification system,
controlled by an electro-pump with pistons and inverter, injects the
necessary quantity of micronised water, according to the requirements.
key advantages of the company’s high-pressure humidification systems can
be summarised as: Very high humidification efficiency; Elimination of
bacteria forming in the recirculation waters; A big reduction in space
Canalair’s experience in
designing plant for specific processes extends from air textile plants,
applied in the departments of wool, cotton and synthetic production for
yarns and fabrics, hosiery and knitwear – both linear and circular – and
in recent years, all methods of nonwovens production. As far as the latter
is concerned, the company believes its systems can offer the following key
* An increase in the output
efficiency of production lines and better quality of the product.
* The prevention of electrostatic charges in areas where solvent fumes are
* Technological control of the plant’s atmosphere.
* The creation of differentiated microclimates.
* The reduction of noise emissions in working environments.
* The division of rooms into compartments with a high degree of filtering
and air purity.
* Optimal thermo hydrometrical conditions to protect against the
ageing/polymerisation of the product.
* Energy savings by heat exchangers.
Enterprises Pvt Ltd (ATEEPL), Mumbai has an agency tie-up with Canalair.
3-UL, Stand J-103