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Bruckner's sanforizing range a hit at Indian textile firm
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Oct '17
Bruckner Sanfor line; Courtesy: Bruckner
Bruckner Sanfor line; Courtesy: Bruckner
Morarjee Textiles Ltd., a leading textile company from India, has said that the sanforizing range from Bruckner, a producer of high-tech lines for the dry finishing of knitted and woven fabrics, installed in 2015, has proved to be a huge success at its manufacturing unit. Morarjee Textiles is part of the Ashok Piramal Group, a leading business group.

The main components of the sanforizing line are the rubber-belt compressive shrinking unit, a felt calendar, and the cooling cylinders. According to the company’s managing director, Rajendar Kumar Rewari, the Bruckner machine has been the right choice for their very light and thus particularly sensitive fabric made of 100 per cent cotton, viscose or crepes for woman dresses and men’s shirting fabric. The compressive shrinking line provides the fabric with a more stable structure, a silk-like shining surface and a smoother hand. In addition, it reduces the residual shrinkage up to 3 per cent.

The machine is easy to handle. The control of tension and the software allow to treat very light fabrics without any marks. The production speed is between 60 and 70m/min. The production team is very satisfied and they recommend this machine especially for difficult and sensitive articles.

With more than 100 years of experience and modern integrated manufacturing facilities for 100 per cent cotton premium yarn dyed shirting and printed fashion fabric, Morarjee Textiles makes cutting edge fashion a reality and is today one of the biggest players in the Indian textile industry. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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