CHTC Fong's has been committed to the development and manufacturing of dyeing and finishing equipment for more than 50 years together with its well-known brands: Fong's, Monforts Fong's, Xorella, Then, Goller, FWT and Monforts.
The new products and technology of CHTC Fong's to be displayed at the fairs are Fong's Tecwin High Temperature Dyeing Machine, Fong's ALC Automatic Liquid Chemical Weighing and Dispensing System, Goller Dyepadder Economica Nip-in-Trough, Monforts Qualitex Full Touch Panel Control System, Monforts New Cyd Continuous Yarn Dyeing System, Monforts Fong’s Innovative Technology Center and Monfongs Strahm HiPer Shrink Astra Shrinkage & Relaxation Dryer.
Fong's Tecwin is designed to satisfy the ever-changing market demands. It is equipped with several patented designs like combined air and front spray nozzle, automatic adjustable nozzle, liquor dispersion storage chamber, upper and lower over?ow, etc.
Fong's Automatic Liquid Chemical Weighing and Dispensing System realises unmanned dispensing according to the instructions fed from the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system using advanced computer control technology. By means of precision mass flow-meter and metering pump, the liquid chemicals are accurately and precisely delivered and weighed from storage tanks, and with the application of valves and pipe network connections, the chemicals are accurately and rapidly distributed to the designated dyeing machine in the most effective way. With the efficient cleaning function after each delivery, not only is the operation efficiency of the dyeing plant improved but also it avoids human errors. Thus, dyeing quality is guaranteed.
The new Goller Dyepadder Economica Nip-in-Trough with double impregnation mechanism provides even dyeing for knitted fabric without crease mark and distortion incurred. The newly-designed double impregnation mechanism provides further improvement on the impregnation effectiveness in combination of a lower running tension. As the Economica guarantees reproducibility and handling in the highest standard, a smooth and clear fabric surface can be expected after dyeing. The deflection-controlled rollers of Economica work according to the principle of the swimming rollers, irrespective of the overall pressure of the padder- the deflection of the squeezing rollers is always consistent with the set values to ensure an even dyeing over the fabric width. On top of the deflection-controlled rollers, the large diameter guide rollers ensure a smooth knitted fabric transport with minimal tension incurred, which is beneficial to the dyeing process as a whole. The double impregnation mechanism consists of a trough with a padder inside and with the minimum level of working liquor required. This mechanism provides sufficient impregnation and low-tension running condition for knitted fabric during the dyeing process. Furthermore, Thermplates keep the temperature of the dyebath as per the set value throughout the dyeing process.
With the precise dosing of dyestuff-alkali mixed, the application of precise and homogeneous pick-up and the linear nip of the deflection-controlled rollers, the Goller Dyepadder Economica Nip-in-Trough with double impregnation mechanism will always be the most ideal open-width dyeing range for knitted fabrics dyeing in small to medium batches used.
A Monforts Textilmaschinen GmbH & Co KG has introduced a range of new Industry 4.0 technologies aimed at simplifying machine operation while providing easy access to all data and provide remote assistance. At the forthcoming Shanghaitex 2019, Monforts specialists will be at stand a10 in hall w and look forward to discussing the company's latest developments in this area with valued Chinese customers.
The new range of new Industry 4.0 technologies will include the latest Qualitex full touch panel control system, with its digital twinning capability and Smart Check and Smart Support apps, reinforced by the comprehensive Monforts Smart Sensor machine monitoring programme.
"On the very latest Monforts machines, our Smart Sensor technologies are controlling selected processing parameter and component, making it possible to access comprehensive technical machine data from any location using the Smart Support and Smart Check apps," said Monforts vice president Klaus Heinrichs. "The data is virtually mapped in the cloud in real time and provides an instant status overview of a machine’s performance. This allows for vastly simplified and targeted analysis for both controlled planning and production, and insights harnessed from the data can subsequently be used to further optimise the production process."
"At the same time, potential sources of error can be remotely anticipated and eliminated to considerably minimise downtime while the digital twin capability provides information on the individual wear parts of a system," added Heinrichs. "As a result, operators can now see how long a part will last and when maintenance or replacement is necessary. Direct access to the integrated Monforts webshop then allows users to order spares at the press of the button whenever they are required."
The full digital control package is being made available for all Monforts machine ranges and makes operation smarter, and at the same time, considerably simpler.
Monforts will also be providing full details of its new CYD continuous yarn dyeing system which is based on the Econtrol technique – the most effective and established dyeing process for denim fabrics that is now being applied for yarn dyeing. Econtrol is a pad-dry process employed in Monforts continuous dyeing in which the reactive dyestuff is fixed to the cellulose fibres during drying.
The fixing medium is a controlled by a steam/air mixture within the Monforts Thermex unit. With sulphur and reactive dyes in particular, the improvement in both quality and fixation is considerable, and with significant savings in energy and time due to the combined bleaching and padder fixation. The use of the Econtrol T-CA technique also allows the dyeing of cotton/polyester and other yarn blends.
The CYD system also integrates new functions and processes into the weaving preparation processes – spinning, direct beaming, warping and assembly beaming, followed by sizing and dyeing – in order to increase quality, ?exibility, economic viability and productivity.
Further new concepts include the unique Eco Bleach process. This is the first bleaching system for yarn treatment available on the market and is combined with the washing units, after which the fabric is then dyed immediately, resulting in considerable savings in wastewater and chemicals.
It is possible to process short batches of yarn in order to produce minimum runs of finished fabrics in a single continuous process. By comparing the usual processing sequences within the denim industry with the new CYD system, the advantages become immediately clear.
"We are expecting keen interest in our new CYD continuous yarn dyeing system from valued customers in China who did not have the opportunity to visit ITMA 2019," said Monforts head of denim Hans Wroblowski, "especially from the country's denim manufacturers. We know from the feedback we’ve already received that the CYD system is something the market has been waiting for."
Trials are currently being carried out with customers on the new CYD yarn dyeing pilot line at the Monforts Advanced Technology Centre in Mönchengladbach, Germany.
Monforts Fong's Innovative Technology Center (ITC) is a new research and development centre for exploring its innovation of the textile product application, which aims at improving the performance of equipment which is used for finishing processing in technical textiles.
Monfongs strahm is a shrinkage and relaxation dryer for open width and tubular knit fabrics. Its unique design focuses on the highest drying capacity, low residual shrinkage and a soft hand feel by mechanical action inside the chambers. The uncompromising design also features an incorporated energy recovery system (EnRec 1&2) that saves energy consumption, particularly, when it is compared with standard common dryers in the market.
The Xorella XO-series are energy saving vacuum conditioning and heat setting machines that has been well used in improving the quality of yarn and also heat setting of garment. The Xorella XO-Steaming treatment could even penetrate the textile products for humidification, twist setting, preshrinking the synthetic filament, anti-static, colour fixation of digital printed fabric and heat setting of garment. The latest saturated steam generating system could reduce 30 per cent of connected power loading and save between 15-25 per cent of energy consumption.
In order to satisfy the requirement of different users, Xorella provides both round and cubical machine and also variety of loading and door opening systems for customer selection.
Fong’s Water Recycling System can reuse any kind of qualified discharge water by using the most advanced and reliable dual-membrane processes (ultrafiltration system combined with reverse osmosis membrane system). The recycled water can be directly used for all dyeing processes after most of the mineral salts, calcium, magnesium hardness, chroma, turbidity and COD composition are effectively removed from the waste water. (PC)
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