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Monforts to show up new energy saving solutions at DTG
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Dec '11
Special emphasis will be given to energy saving solutions and environmental protection with new Monforts equipment and processes at the DTG exhibition in Bangladesh.

At the forthcoming DTG 2012 Exhibition in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Monforts will be highlighting its new equipment for the country's knitted fabrics sector on the stand of its local representative, Bengal Technological Corporation.

It will take place at BICC, Bangabandhu International Conference Center during February 9-12, 2012.

With the emphasis on energy saving solutions and environmental protection, the new products and process technology include the Montex 8000 stenter, a new Econtrol T-CA process and the Eco Applicator soft coating solution.

The Montex 8000 stenter features a new heat recovery module incorporating a fully automatic cleaning system for its heat recovery system; a reduced distance at the infeed for knitted fabrics; a new rotating disc type 'fluff sieves' and a vacuum system for efficient cleaning; and further improved visualisation for the company's Teleservice facility.

The stenter is available with a reduced infeed distance between the infeed roller and the needling point for knitted fabrics, preventing eventual edge curling. The distance has been further reduced by 60 mm.

A considerably shortened and more economic dyeing process is assured for continuous dyeing of polyester and cotton blends following the introduction of the new Econtrol T-CA process.

Jointly developed with DyStar Colours it provides a single pad continuous dyeing process for polyester/cellulose blends and requires up to 65% less water, up to 85% less chemicals and offers up to energy reduction.

The new Eco Applicator soft coating process provides significant energy savings with reduced liquor application and also eliminates the need for a conventional wet-on-wet padder.

Using trough and roller techniques, the new process applies just the required amount of liquid/coating to the fabric via contact with a roller.

The range is suitable for a wide range of applications including felt finishes, coated materials and medical textiles, nano coating, water repellence, softners, flame retardency and insect repellent.

Being a leading manufacturer on the global market A. Monforts Textilmaschinen produces machines and ranges for dying and finishing of woven and knitted fabrics.

A. Monforts Textilmaschinen

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