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Starlinger debuting new models in circular weaving at ITMA
16
Oct '15
Following the successful market launch of the six-shuttle circular loom FX 6.0, Starlinger will be showing new developments in the FX series at ITMA 2015 in hall 04, stand D 127.

Hermann Adrigan, sales director of Starlinger said, “With this technology we are again defining new standards in circular weaving and are setting a benchmark.”

Starlinger is also presenting an innovation in woven packaging development, the IC*Star in which the sack is manufactured by closing the sack bottom or the sack mouth by welding instead of by sewing.

“IC*Star sacks are produced on a Starlinger conversion line equipped with a module developed by Statec Binder,” Starlinger said in a press release.

“The great advantage of this production technique is the significant material savings it entails,” Adrigan explained.

“The greater strength of the sack bottom makes it feasible to work with lighter weight fabric, not to mention the elimination of the seam allowance required for sewing,” he added.

Both coated and uncoated IC*Star sacks can be produced using the new process, which has the additional advantage of ensuring a tightly sealed sack bottom.

As done earlier, Starlinger is also hosting an in-house exhibition before and after ITMA on its premises in Weissenbach near Vienna, Austria.

The latest models of all Starlinger equipment will be shown there in operation from November 9-11 and November 16-20, 2015.

Starlinger's experts in textile packaging for industrial and consumer applications will be presenting the newest machine developments, including the FX circular loom models and the unique Dynaflex Flexo printing concept.

“Also the new StarEX 1600 ES-TD tape extrusion line and the new generation of Lamitec roll-to-roll coating line will be on display,” the company informed.

Additionally, Starlinger recycling lines will demonstrate the processing of raffia production waste into high quality regranulate.

Starlinger is a Vienna-based engineering company with production sites in Austria and China and is a supplier of machinery and complete lines for woven plastic bag production and PET recycling and refinement.

Founded in 1835, the family-owned business has been exporting machines worldwide for more than 45 years with branches in Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Russia, South Africa, USA and Uzbekistan. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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