TEC Series High Temperature Dyeing Machine
The requirements for the ecological and environmental protection and increasing cost of energy in the global textile market become the most essential factors that the dyeing and finishing industry must concern for operation. Simultaneously, the dye house owner must maintain the highest quality products. As such, "Low Cost, High Quality, Environmental Protection" are the interlink criteria and how all these aspects can be put into the production line?
New generation of TEC series High Temperature Dyeing Machine (Picture 1), the state-of-the-art design has achieved the above aspects. It is suitable for different dyeing process with various types of natural, synthetic and blended fibers, aiming to provide complete solutions: “Efficiency, Energy Saving, and Environmental Friendly”.
Efficiency (Versatile Application): TEC series is specially designed for fabric which is having tight and crease marks sensitive structure, such as 40S/2, 26S/1, 20S/1, tightly knitted fabric, and sensitive shade (E.g. Turquose).
Energy Saving: With various new functions, cotton reactive dyeing process takes about approximately 248 minutes for light color.
Environmental Friendly: The water consumption for reactive dyeing cotton fabric is lower to 27.5, 37.8 & 47.6 L/Kg for light, medium & dark shade respectively.
Capacity: The new TEC Series offers various capacities per chamber: 300kg (JUMBOTEC), 250kg (MIDITEC) and 200kg (MINITEC). Customer can choose in the range of 1-12 tube. FC30 color multi-function controller: By the Fuzzy Logic temperature control function, the dye liquid temperature deviation can be minimized at + / -0.3 ° C.
Patented design - “Lint Collector”: Specially designed for loose structure type such as terry towel and fleece, the collector can accumulate lint at the bottom and discharge it during draining.
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