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Bruckner to show latest in textile finishing at ITMA Asia
14
Sep '16
At this year’s ITMA Asia to be held in October, German textile machinery producer Bruckner will present the latest in textile finishing technology in hall 6, booth E01. These technologies include Power-Shrink Sanforising line for the finishing of woven fabric and Power-Colortherm continuous dyeing line, which are recent introductions from the German company.

In the Power-Shrink Sanforising machine, the rubber belt compacting line allows the sanforising and compacting of very different types of woven fabrics, giving the fabric a more stable structure, a silky shine, a smooth hand and minimum residual shrinkage values.

The company offers single or double sanforising lines and combinations with felt calenders depending on the product and the customer’s requirements.

While the Power-Colortherm continuous dyeing machine offers uniform and reproducible dyeing results, by ensuring a crease-free fabric flow without shading and migration.

The symmetrical structure of the air circulation zones prevents different shades on the two fabric sides and in addition, the installed power is adapted to the low air flows required for dye drying which leads to a considerably lower energy consumption. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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