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Monforts presents stenter for sensitive denim fabrics
24
Jun '16
Courtesy- Monforts
Courtesy- Monforts
Monforts, a leading manufacturer of textile machines has introduced a new resource optimised shrinkage technology for basic and sensitive denim fabrics.

The Monfortex Eco Line with his tangential Eco Applicator technology offers a real potential for reducing processing time and costs, thereby recouping the investment outlay of the innovative system very quickly.

The shrinkage finishing process particularly requires large volumes of moist chemical apply and thermal energy but a significant part of these resources is lost via hot exhaust gases, effluent and hot waste air in particular.

The new innovative system comprises a new application technique and a highly efficient adjustable moistening system that in combination with the latest developed efficient Thermo-Stretch unit enables thermal energy and resources to be utilised in a target manner.

The Thermo stretch unit combines skewing, stretching and drying processes. The Eco Line system reduces energy losses and energy use, increases thermal transfer and keeps the drying energy on the textile material longer, i.e. so that it can be used very efficiently. As a result energy savings of up to 50 per cent can be achieved. (NA)

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