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16.09.2021

Trützschler Nonwovens und Voith unterstützen Tufropes bei Pentamer-Technologie

Trützschler Nonwovens und Voith unterstützen das indische Unternehmen Tufropes, seine Pentamer-Technologie zu realisieren. Die neue Vliesstoffanlage wird in der Lage sein, fünf verschiedene umweltfreundliche, wasserstrahlverfestigte Produkttypen herzustellen.

Die von Tufropes zum Patent angemeldete Pentamer-Technologie basiert auf Trützschler/Voith-Kernkomponenten zum Nasslegen und Kardieren der Fasermaterials sowie zur nachfolgenden Wasserstrahlverfestigung des Vlieses. Zusätzliche Eigenentwicklungen werden die Herstellung sehr unterschiedlicher, wasserstrahl-verfestigter Vliesstoffe ermöglichen – insbesondere umfasst das Produktspektrum biologisch abbaubare, umweltfreundliche Hochleistungsvliesstoffe. Das erste industrielle Vliesprojekt auf Basis der Pentamer-Technologie von Tufropes wird nächstes Jahr in Gujarat in Betrieb genommen.

Trützschler Nonwovens und Voith unterstützen das indische Unternehmen Tufropes, seine Pentamer-Technologie zu realisieren. Die neue Vliesstoffanlage wird in der Lage sein, fünf verschiedene umweltfreundliche, wasserstrahlverfestigte Produkttypen herzustellen.

Die von Tufropes zum Patent angemeldete Pentamer-Technologie basiert auf Trützschler/Voith-Kernkomponenten zum Nasslegen und Kardieren der Fasermaterials sowie zur nachfolgenden Wasserstrahlverfestigung des Vlieses. Zusätzliche Eigenentwicklungen werden die Herstellung sehr unterschiedlicher, wasserstrahl-verfestigter Vliesstoffe ermöglichen – insbesondere umfasst das Produktspektrum biologisch abbaubare, umweltfreundliche Hochleistungsvliesstoffe. Das erste industrielle Vliesprojekt auf Basis der Pentamer-Technologie von Tufropes wird nächstes Jahr in Gujarat in Betrieb genommen.

Quelle:

Truetzschler Nonwovens & Man Made Fibers GmbH

Trützschler: New Pre-Cleaner CL-X for Cotton (c) Trützschler GmbH & Co. KG
09.07.2021

Trützschler: New Pre-Cleaner CL-X for Cotton

Double the production rate, with lower energy consumption per kilogram of fiber material – that might sound like a contradiction, but the new Trützschler pre-cleaner CL-X makes it possible. It gently and reliably removes coarse contaminants like leaf debris, stalks or seeds from cotton with minimum loss of good fibers. The pre-cleaner CL-X provides more efficiency and lays the foundation for a high-quality end-product before the cotton is further processed in mixers and fine cleaners.

CL-X features at one glance

Double the production rate, with lower energy consumption per kilogram of fiber material – that might sound like a contradiction, but the new Trützschler pre-cleaner CL-X makes it possible. It gently and reliably removes coarse contaminants like leaf debris, stalks or seeds from cotton with minimum loss of good fibers. The pre-cleaner CL-X provides more efficiency and lays the foundation for a high-quality end-product before the cotton is further processed in mixers and fine cleaners.

CL-X features at one glance

  • Continuous production of 1,600 kilograms per hour for present blow room configuration.
  • 30% energy saving compared to the current benchmark.
  • Integrated WASTECONTROL for automatic adjustment recommendation of waste excretion to avoid unnecessary fiber loss.
  • 2.60 m long cleaning section.
  • New and improved grid geometry for better separation and gentle tuft treatment.
  • Material draft due to 10 % higher speed of second opening roller for reliable and consistent fiber transport.
  • Optimal cleaning level and minimal fiber loss due to individual and stepless grid adjustment for each opening roller by motor.
  • Gentle tuft treatment with adjustable opening roller speed.
  • Synchronized lot management (automatic lot change for up to three lots).
  • Connection possibility for a waste box (for waste analysis).
  • Lower cost of ownership.
07.06.2021

VDMA member companies at ITMA ASIA + CITME

Although affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, ITMA ASIA + CITME, which takes place mid-June in Shanghai, will see a convincing participation of VDMA member companies. 56 exhibitors from Germany will exhibit at this year’s edition of Asia’s major fair for textile machinery. Due to the pandemic and travel restrictions, this is much less than in 2018, when 99 exhibitors from Germany were present. The booked space of German companies has almost halved compared to 2018. Nevertheless, Germany is still the second largest exhibitor nation after China.

At a virtual VDMA press conference early June, these renowned VDMA member companies* presented their highlights for the Asian market:

Although affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, ITMA ASIA + CITME, which takes place mid-June in Shanghai, will see a convincing participation of VDMA member companies. 56 exhibitors from Germany will exhibit at this year’s edition of Asia’s major fair for textile machinery. Due to the pandemic and travel restrictions, this is much less than in 2018, when 99 exhibitors from Germany were present. The booked space of German companies has almost halved compared to 2018. Nevertheless, Germany is still the second largest exhibitor nation after China.

At a virtual VDMA press conference early June, these renowned VDMA member companies* presented their highlights for the Asian market:

  • Oerlikon Polymer Processing Solutions Division
  • Truetzschler Group
  • Neuenhauser
  • Saurer
  • Karl Mayer
  • Groz-Beckert
  • Herzog
  • Lenze
  • Mahlo
  • Sedo Treepoint
  • Thies

Instead of visiting the show personally, the VDMA offers a virtual trip to Asia. The established "Textile Machinery Webtalk" series via the newsroom IndustryArena will focus on ITMA ASIA in the run-up to the fair: VDMA Webtalks meet ITMA ASIA.

*See attached document for more information.