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BRÜCKNER presents latest technology at Techtextil India
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Sep '09
BRÜCKNER stenter with integrated Stork Prints rotary printing screen
BRÜCKNER stenter with integrated Stork Prints rotary printing screen
The family-run company with domicile and production site in Germany extends with the latest technology its worldwide leading position as supplier of systems and lines for textile finishing and for the finishing of technical textiles. In the last years, BRÜCKNER invested specifically in the continuously growing market of technical textiles. The impressive results will be presented on Techtextil India 2009.(10-12 October, 2009) Our team is glad to welcome you in the German Pavilion on booth no. D16.

BRÜCKNER produces with innovative technical know-how finishing and coating lines meeting the highest demands of finishers of technical woven and knitted textiles. Satisfy yourself of our comprehensive product range.

Consolidation and impregnation lines for the non-wovens
industry among other things for geo and filter non-wovens, voluminous non-wovens, sarking membranes, flame protection clothing, fabric for book covers, diapers/nappies, wet wipes and coffee filters.

Textile coating lines for direct and indirect coating with PVC, PU, acrylate and silicone and for the finishing of canvas, parachute silk, sailcloth, sun shades, labour protection, blackout, airbag, sports clothing and artificial leather.

Coating lines and dryers for textile floor coverings for example for all kinds of carpets, carpet squares, needle felt, non-slip underlays for carpets, artificial lawn and carpet back coating lines for backs made of non-wovens, jute and foam etc.

Finishing line for glass fabric / glass fibre mesh for the production of construction reinforcements, grinding disks, reinforcements for printed circuit boards and glass paper walls;

Special Purpose Machinery such as stainless steel stenters (clean-room technology) or special lines for the production of fabric for transport belts, 3D textiles, abrasive cloth or filter cloths in the high temperature field of more than 300 °C.

OPTI-COAT - innovative coating technology stands out
The market of functional textiles for sports and outdoor has grown considerably in the last years. Woven fabric can be directly coated without problems due to their high dimensional stability, therefore functional textiles became widely accepted in the field of woven fabrics. Knitted fabric, however, is very elastic and direct coating is therefore only possible with many difficulties.

BRÜCKNER developed together with the Dutch company Stork Prints a new technology for the direct coating of elastic knitted fabric. In this process a rotary printing screen is integrated in the entry zone of a stenter.

Compared to the classical coating with knife-over-air or knife-over-cylinder the coating by means of rotary screen has the following advantages:
- no fabric distortion and no damage of the fabric surface (for example abrasion) during the coating process
- the application quantity and the application position can be set exactly forall screen types this allows to apply certain functional features systematically on certain positions of the fabric
- it is possible to realize plain coating and dot coating, the fabric hand can be influenced selectively
- beside "invisible" functions such as hydrophobic finishing unicoloured fashion effects can be realized with the direct coating process

Benefit from our many years of experience and visit us on Techtextil India 2009, our experts are looking forward to give you advice!

BRÜCKNER


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