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ITEMA to display weft insertion machines at Techtextil
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Jun '13
Know-how, innovation and the right weaving technology, plus a strong and reliable partner, are requirements for successful production of technical fabrics in the current highly competitive market.

Itema, the leading manufacturer of weaving machines for technical applications, can supply a wide range of weft insertion systems, to meet and exceed customer expectations.

Drawing on a long experience in the design and manufacture of standard and customized weaving machines, Itema personifies the strength of Italian innovation and Swiss precision. 

Itema is the only manufacturer in the world offering all three leading weft insertion systems: rapier, air jet and projectile technology.

P7300HP Projectile Weaving Machine

More than 150,000 Itema projectile weaving machines are in operation worldwide, producing high-quality fabrics. P7300HP projectile weaving machine is the right machine for weaving very dense, heavy and extra-wide technical fabrics.

The projectile weaving machine ensures high productivity, user-friendly operation and top fabric quality. Available in a wide variety of customized versions, the P7300HP meets all market requirement.

The robust, technologically mature engineering design gives the textile industry the following ad-vantages:

- low power consumption
- no material loss, thanks to tucked selvedges
- top reliability, functionality, and ease of operation
- low servicing and maintenance costs
- long-term retention of value thanks to upgrades.

Customized Weaving Technology

Tailor-made weaving machine construction to produce your special fabric! Industrial fabric produc-tion calls for modern, high-performance weaving machines. The principle of Customized Weaving Technology is to supply customers with weaving machines built specifically for their products.

These include, for instance, agrotextiles and geotextiles, conveyor belts, sailcloth, cinema and theatre screens, as well as filtering fabrics and tarpaulins. Customized Weaving Technology en-ables our customers to conquer new markets.

First choice for heavy industrial textiles:

- large weaving width up to 655 cm
- reinforced construction
- beat-up force up to 15,000 N/m

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