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Graf to present innovative clothings at ITM
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Apr '16
Graf, the leading manufacturer of clothings for flat cards and roller cards will present its important innovative clothing solutions EasyTop, X-Comb, FlexComb and DABM at ITM in Istanbul, being held in Turkey from June 1-4, the company said in a press release.

Graf would be presenting a new flat top system, EasyTop, which can reduce the stoppage time by up to 70 per cent. The flat tops is applied on flat bars designed for magnetic attachment and are equipped with a metal carrier.

EasyTop can resist even the highest carding forces and guarantee for a high reliability in operation. They are available for working widths of 40, 51 and 60 inches of flat clothings.

Graf will also present new products for the combing process, the X-Comb segments. The combing segments are made from metallic clothings that undergo a special surface treatment, which substantially reduces the running-in period. Graf's X-Comb can be used on comb-bodies requiring individual segments from other manufacturers and thus can be accessible for the conventional combs.

The new circular comb series FlexComb, with height adjustable geometry, a 130° combing surface and a detachable spoiler has been developed for high performance combers of the latest generation. FlexComb guarantees cost effectiveness and offers a short running-in period with efficient trash removal.

In addition Graf will present the DABM flat striping machine for the first time in Istanbul. The DABM allows gentle and correct removal of worn flexible flat clothings from the flat bars. It also allows a straight forward and efficient mechanical removal of the worn flat strips from the flat bars. (NA) 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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