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Oracle Home Textile installs Fong's towel dyeing machine
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Sep '13
Oracle Home Textile Ltd. of Vapi, a young terry towel manufacturer with a global vision, has replaced its traditional machines with the newer greener FONG'S High Temperature Towel Dyeing Machine with loading capacity 1200kg to emphasize a cleaner tomorrow.
 
Due to an exponential increase in growth of other industries in Vapi and stringent environmental norms enforced by the state government, more and more textile companies are slowly shifting their focus to greener technology. 
 
FONG’S towel dyeing machine is designed for very large quantity production without any compromise in efficiency. Customized with large nozzle for smooth and hassle free transaction of fabric, optimum lifting height resulting in lower tension and minimum liquor ration as low as 1:5 to run the machine are some of the biggest advantages of these eco-friendly machine.
 
The new machine installed at Oracle can be used for pre-treatment, dyeing and after treatment of towel, high pile fabric, heavy curtain and decorative fabric for both home and automobile industry.
 
The company started its manufacturing presence on a small level with a few weaving machines and the rest outsourced. Within a few years, the company started to expand length wise by adding more processes and started investing on cutting edge technology for their dye house.
 
Today, Oracle stands among one of the top players in Yarn dyed Jacquard towels manufacturers in India in terms of capacity and range. The company is vertically integrated with all manufacturing departments under one roof. 
 
The company performs a wide spectrum of activities ranging from warping, weaving, dyeing, sewing to finishing and packing. Consisting a mixture of Indian and international brands, the line-up is made of Dornier and SMIT weaving machines of widths ranging from 280-340, sectional warper from Prashant and a brand new FONG’S towel dyeing machine is the icing on the cake.
 
Abhishek Shrivastava, Plant Head of Oracle, shares his views by saying, “The decision of moving to FONG’S from the previously used indigenous dyeing machine was the best decision we have taken so far.
 
"The new machine has really helped us to achieve stringent international quality norms and 24/7 production with latest lint collection system without changing the filter. This is a high temperature, high pressure machine and when compared to other machines in the market, this machine has zero limitations.”
 

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