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Inspiron to show highly efficient stenter at ITMA 2015
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Sep '15
Indian manufacturer of textile processing machines, Inspiron Engineering is showcasing its in-house developed and highly efficient new stenter, Sprinton at the upcoming ITMA 2015 in hall 6, booth no. D101.

Inspiron's R&D department has designed the Sprinton to perform at a higher efficiency compared to its existing model of stenter, the Motex.

“The Motex stenter is only sold in the Indian market as a restrictive clause in a licensing agreement with A. Monforts does not permit the sale outside India even after expiry of the said agreement,” the company said in a press release.

The Sprinton stenter achieves up to 15 per cent higher drying efficiency than the Motex and additionally, a new fabric transport mechanism within the machine consumes much less energy.

According to Inspiron, the Sprinton nozzles are better designed compared to Motex nozzles which ensure that more hot air is blown onto the fabric without consuming any extra energy.

Inspiron added that since the design for the nozzle is unique and hence, Inspiron has applied for its patent.

The Sprinton has a new set of tracks where chains move with much less friction and the chains have also been redesigned, are lighter in weight, yet stronger to withstand the tension.

“On account of above two changes, the electrical energy required to move the chain is less due to lower friction and lower inertia of the chain elements,” it informed.

Fresh and innovative design elements with respect to aesthetic and ergonomics offers users and operators an ambience enabling them to work without fatigue and monotony.

The Graphic User Interface (GUI) with regard to machine controls too has been redesigned to make it more user-friendly. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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