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A.T.E. partners HMSU Rollers to offer rubber compounds
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Jul '15
One of India’s biggest textile machinery marketers, A.T.E. Enterprises has partnered with HMSU Rollers (India) Private Limited, Ahmedabad, to offer superior quality rubber compounds.

“The essential requirements of roller coverings are their chemical resistance and the preciseness of both the formulation of the applied compound and also the rollers’ finishing,” A.T.E. said in a press release.

“This is particularly so in specialty applications like textile wet and dry finishing and sizing,” the Mumbai-based textile technologies marketer explained.

“Furthermore, a covering’s durability is a key element for a customer so as to increase the cost-effectiveness,” A.T.E. observed.

HMSU offers soft polyurethane rollers up to 3 metres and rubber coverings up to 12 metres in length and 1 metre in diameter.

HMSU rollers provide durable compounds for sizing and wet and dry finishing of textiles, leading to; high chemical resistance, endurance to high operating temperature, excellent wear and cut resistance and minimal hardening and glazing.

HMSU Rollers was founded as a joint venture between two European companies Hannecard NV and Mitex GmbH together with two Indian companies Shilp Gravures Ltd and Unimark International Pvt Ltd.

Hannecard and Mitex are market leaders in the business of rubber, polyurethane and composite rollers catering to Europe and many countries around the globe where they have their own presence as well as joint ventures and licensees.

Hannecard and Mitex are also partners with Gomplast, Spain, an established name in textiles for a range of speciality rollers.

According to A.T.E., the outstanding quality of products and services from HMSU are recognised by the leading end users and OEMs.

Customers can now look forward to having the best quality rollers and compounds made to European standards locally.

“With A.T.E., customers can be assured of fast and reliable solutions including services for all their processing needs,” it concluded by saying. (AR)

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