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Canlar introduces new stenter range
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May '10
A high-end drying and heat-treatment stenter range, Shrinkcom, comprising of a newly developed air circulation system and nozzles has been introduced by Canlar Group.

This stenter includes three-metre long drying and heat treatment chambers, which has been conceptualised to provide efficient penetration into the fabric, with the best possible distribution of air and heat, averred company officials.

In order to function for a range of process applications including heat-setting, drying, finishing and coating, the machines have been designed with modular chamber configurations.

Even the finest knitted products can be facilitated by the machine's gentle-air nozzle system, so as to treat the products sensitively, providing steady results for pile, micro-fibre and viscose products.

In addition, company officials inform that, the system provides modern evaporation capacity as compared to archaic machines. Therefore, increased manufacturing capacities can be attained for woven products.

Clubbed with minimal investment and maintenance rates, the newly-set up stenter range provides maximum quality and manufacturing capacity.

Established in 1997, Canlar Group manufactures fabric and fibre dyeing machines, yarn dyeing machines and finishing machines.

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