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Bruckner to introduce new technologies at ITMA 2015
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Sep '15
German textile finishing machinery producer Bruckner is displaying for the first time, the new Ecoline machine, which combines in a unique way, features which had been separate up to now at ITMA 2015 in hall 10, booth no. A-101.

The attributes of the Ecoline are the air-through zone in the first half of the machine and an integrated heat-recovery unit, which allows the saving of thermal energy and higher production.

“The dryer is provided with the proven alternating and split-flow air circulating system ensuring an optimum temperature distribution,” a Bruckner press release stated.

The company informed that all established heating systems like gas direct, gas indirect, thermal oil and steam are available with the machine and any kind of woven or knitted fabric can be treated on the Ecoline.

In the field of application technology, Bruckner is presenting a new development for minimum impregnation applications.

Functional chemicals are applied with a liquor reservoir of approximately 2.5 litres for each metre of working width.

“The reservoir can be used almost completely and no chemicals are wasted or disposed of, while impregnations as well as applications on one or on both sides are possible,” it added.

“Due to the unique process, processes such as drying or curing need to evaporate only a small quantity of water which has clearly positive effects on the energy consumption of the respective dryers,” Bruckner noted.

In partnership with Italian company Klopman International SRL, Bruckner has developed a new concept for a double sanfor line which meets the highest requirements of production, shrinking values and fabrics to be finished.

“The special features of this line are two consecutively arranged rubber-belt shrinking machines in front of the felt calendar,” the company said.

Due to the first shrinking line, the fabric reaches the second line in an already pre-shrunk state and with optimum moisture.

In the second step, the fabric is extremely shrunk and leaves the line with a perfect hand and the machine allows the finishing of high-quality fabrics in one pass with speeds up to 100 metres per minute. (AR)

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