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KBC installs Double Storey Hank Dyeing Machine at Swami
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Mar '12
Double Storey Hank Dyeing Machine
Double Storey Hank Dyeing Machine
KB Corporation a reputed Ahmedabad-based producer of textile machinery and equipment has recently installed a “Double Storey” Hank Dyeing Machine at Swami Threads, a leading producer of cotton yarn situated near Gandhinagar – Gujarat.

The capacity of the installed machine is 400 kg./charge and is a fully automatic machine fabricated from stainless steel 316L. The hank dyeing machine works under static pressure and high temperature and its liquor ratio is approximately 1:8.

The machine is equipped with main cabinet, preparation tank, coil type heat exchanger, quick drain valve and an arrangement for closing doors. It also has a digital temperature indicator and controller to maintain temperature inside the chamber.

It also incorporates a control panel board equipped with timers, forward-reverse two way switches, electric accessories for automatic and manual operation, push button and signal lights.

About KB Corporation:
KB Corporation established in 1967 offers complete range of dyeing to drying machines in batch/continuous form for loose fibre as well as in form of Hank/Cheese/Cone for a variety of natural and synthetic fibers, including cotton, polyester, wool, viscose, silk & other various types of fibres, with the latest fully automatic control instruments.

KB Corporation also offers Size preparation equipments for Sizing department as well as Colour Kitchen Equipments for Denim Manufacturing. Special purpose machines to suit comprehensive needs of Wet Processing & Finishing industry can be provided.

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