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Karl Mayer showing new innovations at ITMA 2015
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Oct '15
At ITMA 2015, German textile machinery manufacturer Karl Mayer will be showing a new HKS 2-SE high-speed machine with a unique performance profile.

“An important feature is the Low Energy Option (LEO) as a contribution to sustainability,” a press release from Karl Mayer stated.

“Right from the very first glance, this new machine looks innovative, thanks to a completely revamped, modern machine design that focuses on ergonomics and this new look will be standard on all future developments,” it added.

Karl Mayer will also be showing the HKS 4-M-EL high-speed tricot machine, which is equipped with EL control, is flexible and is a highly efficient all-round machine.

“Lace manufacturers will definitely get their money's worth due to a multibar raschel machine equipped with fall plate, in a working width of 242" and another lace machine for producing lace bands and outerwear,” the company informed.

It is also displaying the tried and tested HKS MSUS machine at ITMA, based on the Wefttronic concept for manufacturing technical textiles.

Karl Mayer further added that it has developed two new innovations with a focus on flexibility for the warp preparation sector.

The first is a sectional warping machine which can be extended from a standard equipment into a weaving preparation machine for special applications.

The other is a warp sampling machine with a previously unreached working width, thus, opening up new applications.

Another highlight is the size box making a contribution to the subject of sustainability in sizing, and an innovative technology for the denim dyeing sector.

Alongside all these new technical developments, the company will be demonstrating that it has extended its all-round technical customer support services on a modular-based concept.

The new features for more user benefit especially include offers for even more efficiency and performance of services and spare parts procurement.

“Besides, three innovative online shopping facilities for mobile phones apps like Karl Mayer Check Parts; Karl Mayer Connect and the Spare Parts Webshop, ensure a short track to Karl Mayer,” it stated. (AR)

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