Most visitors showed an active interest in its coating lines for technical textiles, glass fibre finishing lines, hot flues, relaxation dryers and the typical stenter frame.
The booth of Bruckner witnessed special interest in its multi-layer stenters for the wool industry, since it has delivered several lines in the first half of 2014 in the Chinese market.
Multi-layer stenters are mostly used in the wool industry or where not much space is available. Its VNE6 multi-layer stenter is especially designed for all woven fabrics made of wool, cashmere, pure new wool, alpaca, etc.
With a total of six fabric passages highest production speeds can be achieved on minimum space. The machine can be handled by one person since entry and exit are on the same side. Depending on the desired production speed, the line can be supplied with two or three zones.
Gas, thermal oil or steam can be used as heating system but also combined heating systems such as steam with additional electric heating are possible. Compared to a single-layer stenter with only one fabric passage the multi-layer stenter uses with the same productivity clearly less thermal and also less electrical energy.
The exhaust air of the upper and lower layers can be adjusted optionally via two separate exhaust air fans and the temperatures can be adjusted individually for each zone. Thus the fabric can be treated carefully and gently and gets a smooth touch.
China-based Shandong Nanshan Fabric & Garment Company, Ltd. is very satisfied with the performance of its recently installed multi-layer stenter type VNE6. With an annual production of about 30 million metres, Nanshan is one of the biggest worsted woolen producers in China and exports to many countries.
Another Chinese client - Shandong Jining Ruyi Woolen Textile Co. Ltd., specializing in manufacturing and selling worsted woolen fabrics and garments and which has a turnover of US $5 billion and employs over 40,000 workers also installed a multi-layer stenter due to limited installation space and the demand for producing high-quality end products.
Since 65 years, the Brückner Group is one of the leading manufacturers of finishing lines for the textile industry and other segments like nonwovens, floor coverings, technical textiles, etc. Since 2004, it has its own office in China in order to be closer to the market and customers. For commissioning and technical support, it also has its own service centre in Shanghai.
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