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Marzoli at ITMA 2011: 'Solutions Not Illusions'
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Aug '11
In the 160 years of history since its inception, MARZOLI SPA has aimed at becoming a model for technological advancement in the textile machinery industry, giving substance to a new paradigm of innovation capable of serving as a foundation for the growth of the textile industry in various Countries.

At the risk of sounding haughty, we believe that Marzoli has succeeded as confirmed by the marketplace and our customers. Supported by these considerations, Marzoli's mission continues on. We believe we have reached our best with our current equipment line, which has been completely technologically updated and will be showcased at ITMA in Barcelona.

The Olympics of textile machinery
ITMA Fair is also known as the “International Show of machinery and textile”. It takes place every four years, and this year it will be hosted in Barcelona, Spain, from the 22nd to the 29th of September 2011.

Illustrating and explaining all technical advancements introduced with the machines of the new “Marzoli made in Italy” spinning line would entail writing hundreds of pages, which would not be sufficient to give a complete picture of the technological innovation levels that Marzoli has attained. This goal was reached thanks to the team of engineers and technologists who work and experiment on the most sophisticated solutions in Marzoli's laboratories.

Therefore, to demonstrate the innovative details of our equipment, we have decided to bring all the following machines to the trade show:

- new opening line with the addition of three machines equipped with revolutionary cotton opening systems, such as B390L, B380L, and B450L;
- new C701 card with production up to 200 Kg/hr;
- new drawing frame DF1 and DFR1 at 1100 meters/minute;
- new superlap LW3 at 200 meters/mi-nute;
- new CM7 comber at 600 nips/minute;
- new FT6, FT7, FT6D, and FT7D roving frames with new spindle drive systems;
- new MDS1 spinning frame with 1824 spindles.

Visiting the trade show will give you an opportunity to touch the Marzoli spinning line
evolution with your hands and to have in depth discussions about:
- performance of equipment;
- quality of sliver and yarn produced;
- conservation of raw materials;
- energy conservation.

Cristoforo Marzoli founded Marzoli in 1851 in Palazzolo sull'Oglio, in the Italian province of Brescia. In a small garage he began producing guns, then buttons, paper and later spare parts for the spinning of silk, cotton, linen and hemp. Not long afterwards, the founder and his sons - in particular Francesco - developed the small factory into a proper foundry and started the specific production of textile machinery.

MARZOLI SPA


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