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Matesa Tekstil installs Bruckner relaxation dryer
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Matesa Tekstil, one of the biggest textile companies in Turkey has recently installed a Bruckner RX3 type relaxation dryer, which has three fabric passages and an integrated innovative energy concept.

The new three-passage dryer heats and pre-dries the fabric in the first fabric passage with exhaust air from the second and third fabric passage, so it does not require additional thermal energy.

Bruckner says, “Today we know that particularly, energy costs are an extremely high portion of the overall production cost and this dryer concept starts exactly at this point.”

It adds, “Depending on the type of fabric, it is possible to process up to 20 tons of fabrics per day, with very good residual shrinkage values.

“Depending on the process, energy consumption of the RX3 relaxation dryer is 15-30% lower than energy used by dryers of other producers.”

Galip Calik – Director at Matesa Tekstil informs, “Reduction of energy costs is one of the most important measures in our company. The pricing pressure in sales of our products is extremely high and energy costs are increasing.”

“If we want to remain competitive in the future, we have to start at this point and for this, we consider Bruckner an ideal partner”, he adds.

Germany based Bruckner, is a producer of machinery lines for finishing and coating of textiles, woven technical fabric and nonwovens.

Matesa Tekstil has over 2,500 employees with a daily capacity to produce 100 tons of yarns, 150 circular knitting machines and several stenters and relaxation dryers.

Matesa Tekstil has also around 200 weaving machines, which produce gabardine, velours and shirting fabrics and 200 powerlooms manufacture denim fabrics, besides other denim finishing lines.

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