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Dollfus & Muller to introduce new products at ITMA 2015
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At ITMA 2015, among many products, Dollfus & Muller will introduce its improved compacting felt for knit finishing with major innovations in order to serve dyeing houses better in hall 6 booth F 102.

“The compacting felt quality offers special care to the fabrics, thanks to its smooth surface, has an excellent guiding and the best compacting rate,” Dollfus said in a press release.

The company is also showcasing its durable Sanfor felts, which it informed are ideal for denim producers.

Furthermore, Dollfus will display its new durable printing dryer belt, the Tamip HT 500 NR, which it stated is the most durable printing dryer belt, especially designed for pigment printing of bed sheeting.

It is also presenting its exclusive print open mesh belt, specially designed for the production of fine fabrics, scarves and flags.

According to Dollfus, these belts have special non-marking surfaces which can avoid properly the particles on the back side and offers the widest range of printing dryer belts.

It is also introducing new decatizing wrappers specially designed for wool fabric finishing and will display three new satin wrapper qualities.

Founded in 1811, Dollfus & Muller manufactures endless felts and dryer belts for the textile finishing and nonwovens factories. (AR)

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