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DiloGroup to show nonwoven equipment at Techtextil India
09
Aug '17
The DiloGroup, Germany’s leading machine-building company for needle felting technology and numerous innovations and inventions, is set to present its portfolio of equipment for the nonwovens industry at Techtextil India 2017, international tradefair for nonwovens, to be held in Mumbai, from September 13 to 15, 2017, at the German pavilion in booth B36.

DiloGroup will provide extensive information about production lines made in Germany and recent machine concepts from the DiloGroup companies DiloTemafa, DiloSpinnbau, and DiloMachines. The emphasis of the latest equipment components has been laid on improving web quality and uniformity applicable to all bonding processes as well as operation efficiency of the needling line.

As the leading group in the field of staple fibre nonwoven production lines, DiloGroup will inform about complete lines presenting the latest developments of all components. The strong demand for Dilo production lines is partly due to the increased requirement for needled nonwovens with a yearly growth in consumption of about 6 to 7 per cent.

Staple fibre production lines start with fibre preparation – opening and blending – from DiloTemafa, card feeding and cards from DiloSpinnbau and end with crosslappers and needlelooms from DiloMachines.

The quality of DiloGroup’s four equipment components, opening and blending, carding, crosslapping, and needling, is important to customers. A Dilo line represents highest productivity with best web quality. This goes hand in hand with high efficiency as the mentioned four machine components are controlled by central drive and control stations in preparation for the modern requirements of crosslinking and smart production.

Service and spare parts supply to support the high efficiency of Dilo nonwoven production lines is available worldwide. In addition to information about standard universal lines, Dilo will inform about the latest developments in Dilo machines which aim to increase efficiency and productivity by the degree of automation and to improve end product quality.

One example of such innovations is the “Vector 200”, a new cross-lapper by DiloMachines which is the first cross-lapping machine in the market with an infeed speed of over 200 metres/minute.

Dilo lines are used for the production of nonwovens for all applications including automotive products, floor coverings, synthetic leather, wipes, geotextiles, roofing, and filtration. Compact special lines for product research, development and production with carbon fibres are available and can be discussed with interested visitors.

DiloGroup will also inform about carding systems of wide working width and high web speed for water entanglement lines. For this important branch of nonwoven production lines generally have a working width of about 3.8 metres and medium web speeds of around 200 metres/minute. DiloSystems offers special carding systems with working widths exceeding 5 metres and resultant web speeds of more than 400 metres/minute after water entanglement and drying. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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