Among the large portfolio of high-performance technology, innovative ways of processing shirts are very much at the centre of attention. Veit Group especially focuses on the Shirt Finisher, which has been optimised for an even wider range of applications in shirt production and achieves an as yet unrivalled finishing quality.
In order to increase flexibility in trouser finishing, Brisay pressing machines offer new possibilities that integrate smoothly into the tried-and-tested system of the Brisay SC/VC trouser finishing series. Not only in trouser production, but also in men’s and women’s wear, this generation of pressing machines achieve excellent quality and high efficiency while at the same time allowing easy, comfortable handling.
Also in the field of hand-ironing technology and steam generation, visitors can expect to see new, energy efficient appliances at the trade fair. Despite increasing automation, these steps continue to be essential for producing and finishing textiles.
“Innovation, precision and quality is what we stand for,” says Veit Group CEO Günter Veit. “Our customers’ needs are always at the focus of our attention. For their benefit, we design module-based units, customised production lines and innovative services.”
Veit’s fusing division will present the FX Diamond 1600 at the Texprocess, the perfect solution for large-scale productions and centralised fusing. This machine generation creates outstanding fusing quality and is also available as an FX CFL version for gentle fusing and laminating of flexible materials such as leather and textile cuttings of any composition.
The Group’s portfolio of fusing machines thus offers its customers solutions for fusing and laminating in any operating width and satisfies the entire range of performance requirements. By adding long loading systems, cooling modules and stacking devices, these machines can be extended to build a complete production line. (RKS)
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