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Navis TubeTex's latest CQC system gets a Pak buyer
14
Feb '12
Masood Textile Mills, the Faisalabad–based vertically integrated textile manufacturing company, has become the first company in Pakistan to purchase the new Constant Quality Concentration (CQC) system, Navis TubeTex, the US-based manufacturer of CQC system, has announced.

The CQC system actively measures and controls chemical concentrations with an accuracy of 0.1 percent in any wet process. It was unveiled at the ITMA Exposition in Barcelona, Spain last year, by the US textile finishing machinery maker.

The system is useful in all applications where precise measurement of chemical concentration and control is required. It can result in reduced expenses, and enhanced quality and profits for the textile manufacturers.

Navis TubeTex said the response from textile manufacturers for its latest CQC system has been good and it has already installed the machine at multiple locations in the US, Honduras, El Salvador and China.

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