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Oerlikon Textile presents 'Circle of Success' at INDIA ITME
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Sep '08
At INDIA ITME 2008, the eighth international textile machinery show taking place from 15-22.11.08 in Bangalore, Oerlikon Textile will be presenting many successful products and innovations in its 700m2-plus “Circle of Success” (hall 3, A118).

For this segment of Swiss high-tech group Oerlikon, the textile growth market of India is one of the main drivers for developing its business.

All five business units (BUs) of Oerlikon Textile will be represented at the Bangalore exhibition site: Oerlikon Barmag, Oerlikon Neumag, Oerlikon Saurer, Oerlikon Schlafhorst and Oerlikon Textile Components.

“We want to show by this how significant India is for us as a leading manufacturer of textile machinery and plant,” stresses Dr Carsten Voigtländer. Against this backdrop, the CEO of Oerlikon Textile will announce the forthcoming start of production at the Halol plant. The segment currently employs over 540 people in India – and it aims to grow further there. The technological innovations for this are being exhibited at ITME.

Oerlikon Barmag: Focus on industrial yarns
In response to the burgeoning interest in the production of industrial yarn in India, the leading manmade fibre specialist is exhibiting an innovative solution for yarns with low titres and applications in which the minimum of shrinkage is crucial. The new 16-end technology of the godet system promises higher productivity with simultaneously low conversion costs.

Another exhibit is the POY platform WINGS, which will soon be going into operation in India for the first time. This plug-and-play machine unit integrates godets and tangling unit into the winder, guaranteeing consistently excellent yarn quality, greater productivity and efficiency due to lower air and space requirements and potential savings with regard to operating staff.

The focus in the DTY sector is on the new texturing machine eFK: it combines the energy-saving MPS and COCOON godet technology with the proven ergonomic handling of the FK6-1000. The PROMIX VS spinning pump excels with its mixing and metering system, which ensures a supply of homogeneous melt to the individual component pumps and thus also a lower yarn break rate.

Oerlikon Neumag: technological expertise in carpet yarns, staple fibres and nonwovensThe company offers the most comprehensive range of turnkey solutions in the market for the production of nonwovens for the target markets of hygiene, medical and filters up to automotive and other industrial end uses.

This is based on all the major nonwoven technologies: airlaid, carding and spunlaid. The show highlights are improved FOR carding technologies, Fehrer needle punching and Autefa crosslapping techniques. The spotlight will also be on the modular S5 system for manufacturing high-grade BCF carpet yarn, the turnkey plants S3 (for monocolour yarns) and Variomelt (for mono- and tricolour yarns) as well as the new Sytec One concept with only one end per position.

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