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Osthoff-senge: By-word in fabric singeing machines
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Osthoff-senge, founded in 1912 at Wuppertal, Germany, is a family owned company and has specialised in the manufacturing and marketing of singeing machines across all the five continents. As of today, Osthoff-senge is the market leader in this field and is also a by-word for singeing.

Progressive thinking, continuing development, comprehensive know-how and decades of experience are the cornerstones of success. As a supplier to the textile industry throughout the world, the company has active and competent agents in all countries where textiles are produced.

The direct singeing system forms the technological basis of all Osthoff-Senge singeing machines. The direct, very intensive flame, the short contact time between flame and fabric, the ignition flame temperature necessary for the vaporization of polyester and the various singeing positions represent the decisive advantages of the machines.

Osthoff-Senge manufactures singeing machines for a wide range of applications in the textile industry like; woven's and nonwovens, denims, knitted fabrics (Open width and tubular form) etc. The customer base of Osthoff-Senge represents who's who of the textile industry across the globe.

Today the company has a stake in all textile processes where flames play a major roll. Besides progress, the success of Osthoff singeing machines is built on reliability, versatility, and quality of the products as well as on the service and assistance given to the thousands of our customers.

An experienced management team and personnel and a commitment to service its customers, guarantees that Osthoff-Senge will continue to maintain its leading position in the future.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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