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Monforts to introduce wide range of products at ITMA Asia
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Jul '16
Monforts will introduce a wide range of new products and solutions with an aim to ensure energy savings and deliver sustainable benefits at ITMA Asia in Hall 6, booth no. C-01.

Monforts which will co-locate in the same booth as CHTC Fong, will display latest developments for heat recovery and exhaust air cleaning, which help reduce energy use and meet growing demand for exhaust air purification.

According to Monforts, the new Eco Booster is also available as a retrofit version for installation on existing stenters or as an integrated version into the new Montex 8500 stenter.

Key benefits of the Eco Booster include low maintenance and no standstill times, due to the automatic cleaning processes.

“An exhaust air cleaning unit can be directly linked to the Eco Booster heat recovery unit, while smell and visible particles in the air will be extracted by this system and VOC`s can be filtered out with an additional UV-C system,” it added.

Monforts will also present its latest modules for coating from its recent acquisition of TImatec, which has also been able to bag first orders from Italy, Germany, Mexico and Colombia.

Cut models of different coating options will be on show for 'Knife over Air', 'Knife over Roller', 'Magnetic Knife' and 'Screen Printing' versions of coating units as well as the multifunctional unit.

The German company will also focus on denim finishing ranges especially featuring the new 'Eco Denim' range and the 'High Speed Denim Finishing' version.

Additionally, Monforts engineers will be on hand at the stall to offer detailed advice on continuous dyeing machinery and technical textiles technologies. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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