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Groz-Beckert to display at IDEA 2016
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Apr '16
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Groz-Beckert's carding product SiroLock
Groz-Beckert will be representing its range of felting and carding products and services at the International Engineered Fabrics Conference and Exposition (IDEA) in Boston, USA, from 3 to 5 May, according to a company release.

The product area felting will highlight special needle solutions for different applications of the nonwovens industry. The Groz-Beckert range of products includes needle types with a variety of barb sizes, barb shapes, working part gauges and working part cross-sections, the right needle can be offered for the most different applications.

The company's GEBECON felting needle, which provides high needle elasticity and produces a good surface quality in the pre-needling process will be at display along with the EcoStar needle, used for intermediate and finish needling and high surface quality of the end product.

Groz-Beckert offers jet strips in all customary dimensions and nozzle geometries, made from different materials for hygiene and medical products. At the exhibition, three jet strip version HyTec Standard, HyTec D and HyTec GEBEDUR made of different materials will be presented.

The product area carding will present SiroLock metallic wires as well as EvoStep doffer and worker rollers for the nonwovens industry at the IDEA. In the nonwovens process they conjointly guarantee a homogenous fibre distribution and reduced fibre consumption.

Metallic wires SiroLock and EvoStep series allow an up to 30 per cent better fibre taking and holding, while reducing fibre fly and improving the fibre blending even at high production speeds. The better fibre control significantly improves the fibre transfer from the main cylinder to the worker or doffer rollers and, therefore, saves unnecessary fibre circulation around the main cylinder. The reduced maintenance effort enables a quicker and trouble-free restart.

Groz-Beckert is the world's leading provider of industrial machine needles, precision parts and fine tools as well as systems and services for the production and joining of textile fabrics. (HO)

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