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Six Swedish textile machinery firms exhibiting at ITMA Asia
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Sep '16
Six Sweden based textile machinery producing companies are participating at the upcoming ITMA Asia to be held October 20-25, who will showcase the latest product innovations in various segments of the textile industry. Among these are Eltex of Sweden, ACG Kinna Automatic AB, ES Automatex Solution AB, Eton Systems AB, Baldwin Jimek AB and IRO AB.

In hall 3, booth C15, Eltex of Sweden will present the Eye Compact yarn break sensor system for tufting, which eliminates the need for manual monitoring of yarn, thereby improving quality and efficiency.

Again in hall 3, booth C01, IRO AB, a producer of yarn feeding equipment, will show new developments especially for technical fabrics and extremely demanding applications.

In hall 5, booth B03, ACG Kinna will display their unique pillow closing machine designed to close the open end of the pillow using lock stitch at an output speed of 9 pillows per minute.

Also in hall 5, booth D51, ES Automatex will exhibit several new machine concepts, such as the terry towel crosshemmer, which increases production by up to 10 per cent.

Eton Systems AB, which offers flexible and unique solutions for apparel, home textile and other light industries, is presenting its latest development, Etonnote, a tool that further controls the production in hall 5, booth B11.

Baldwin Jimek, will showcase the latest solutions in finishing, remoistening, and water or chemical management. Baldwin technologies offer reduced consumption of chemistry and water; lower waste of process chemistry and water; and shorter drying times in hall 6, booth A06.

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