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Induline from BOWE attracts a lot of attention at Texcare
03
Jul '08
The industrial drycleaning machine "InduLine" by BÖWE Textile Cleaning, the apparently greatest innovation at the booth, attracted a lot of attention, amazement and many compliments.

The tiltable cage of this drycleaning machine for loading capacities up to 200kg attracted wide attention, just like the innovative modular design concept.

With the technologically leading PremiumLine drycleaning machines, the StarLine standard machines starting from 10kg and the InduLine with a loading capacity of up to 200kg, the machine manufacturer from Augsburg offered solutions for all potential users of drycleaning machines and thus presented themselves as the only "Full Liner" worldwide in the field of construction of drycleaning machines.

Considerably more German and international guests than initially expected had informed themselves at the BÖWE booth of the worldwide latest status of drycleaning machines.

The BÖWE employees of the headquarters in Augsburg, colleagues of the subsidiaries in the UK, Spain, USA and Shanghai, as well as sales partners from more than 25 countries were completely busy during each day of the exhibition, answering questions for the unique features of the BÖWE machines.

The employees of the production department in Augsburg were pleased with the respectable number of orders that was placed in connection with the exhibition.

Visitors of the exhibition especially asked for ease of operation and maintenance, time savings, increased convenience, as well as energy savings.

Thus, the innovative machine construction of PremiumLine drycleaning machines is in the middle of interest, as well as automation of maintenance, round component design, and the processing technique that reduces consumption values.

PremiumLine machines have got loading capacities of 12-30kg for use with perchloroethylene, hydrocarbon and other alternative solvents like GreenEarth - i.e. as MultiSolvent machines.

With the new machine K easy BÖWE Textile Cleaning offer hydrocarbon technology at a very low price effective immediately. Uncompromisingly, textiles are completely cleaned and treated down to each fiber. With loading capacities of 16 and 19kg those sizes much in demand are available.

The very low acquisition cost offer a great advantage to the drycleaner already at the time of purchase. Moreover, he has got the advantages of low operating cost and low connection values. This is possible by a machine conception with 2 solvent tanks and refrigeration unit.

Instead of distillation, the machine is operated with a proven filter technique. The drycleaner can either select the extraction filter with filter powder or the cartridge filter.

Furthermore, the two solvent tanks provide for flexibility and allow for separation of goods into light and dark garments.

The powerful refrigeration unit is either cooled by cooling water or air cooler. The latter provides for a machine free of cooling water. Being electrically heated, this machine is ready to be plugged in right upon delivery.

It was the first public appearance at a worldwide exhibition of the completely new developed innovative high-capacity drycleaning machine for industrial use "InduLine" - MultiSolvent version.

Effective immediately, the excellent oil and fat dissolving capability of multiple solvents can be combined with numerous possibilities of automation and the most modern process engineering (6th generation), with loading capacities of 100-200kg - a quantum jump in industrial drycleaning.

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