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Groz-Beckert showing textile value chain solutions at ITMA
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Aug '16
At the upcoming ITMA Asia, Groz-Beckert will be showing innovations across the textile value chain like in knitting, weaving, felting, carding and tufting at its booth D29 in hall 4.

The knitting segment will highlight a large circular knitting machine, with a gauge gradient of E10 to E50, while there will also be two other machines in flat knitting and warp knitting, all of which will be transparent.

Another showcase is the Litespeed plus needle, with an optimised needle geometry, thereby increasing service life, reducing oil consumption and machine temperature, leading to energy savings of up to 20 per cent.

Groz-Beckert will be presenting its wide range of products from the weaving segment, ranging from healds, drop wires and heald frames, to machines for weaving preparation.

Here too, a transparent weaving machine presentation enables the products from the weaving accessories range to be presented in a special way.

In the felting segment, the German company will be exhibiting solutions for the geotextiles, filter, paper-machine felts and automotive applications.

With its gage part system, consisting of tufting needles, loopers, reed fingers and tufting knives, Groz-Beckert is meeting the demand for perfect interplay of all components within a tufting system.

In the carding segment, the focus will be on a synthetic doffer wire for carding fine to extremely fine fibres, which has a high tooth density and a special geometry. (AR)

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