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DiloGroup presents latest textile machines at ITMA

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Jun '19
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DiloGroup is showing new innovations in textile machinery at the 18th edition of ITMA 2019 exhibition. The leading textile and garment technology exhibition for effective solutions and collaborative partnerships is being held from June 20-26, 2019, in Barcelona, Spain. DiloGroup is a company in the field of complete staple fibre nonwoven production lines.

Needled products can be found in many applications such as floor covering, automotive interior linings, technical needlefelts, filtration media, geotextiles, mattress, bed and upholstery, wipes and papermachine felts. By large investments in research and development, DiloGroup contributes significantly to the exploitation of new applications based on increase in production capacity, improvement of quality features and increased efficiency in the production process. At ITMA in Barcelona, the company is setting a new focus on the further development alongside existing well-known technical components, the company said in a press release.

The UniFeed vibration chute principle includes components for a precise fibre distribution in cross and longitudinal direction and requires low space in width and height including the fine opening stage. The cross profile of the web mat before the card ensures a precise matching of the edges in the longitudinal profile of the cross-laid web. In combination with the VQC card with double transfer and double doffer rolls, these components can be seen at the extended Textile Research Centre after the show.

The card is followed by the refined crosslapper HyperLayer “NT”, an example of high speed, high precision cross-lapping design. The precision of the laydown even at high speed up to about 190 m/min. and a layering width of about 4 metres makes this extraordinary machine very suited for use in hydroentanglement lines. Currently, there is no comparable cross-lapping technology which can achieve these values in regard to speed and precision and also for viscose fibres. The Dilo crosslapper HyperLayer HLSC 30/40 will be installed and available for trials in a hydroentanglement line in the new Textile Research Centre of Messrs. Trützschler in Egelsbach after the show.

A high speed crosslapper needs aprons to compensate for speed differences between cross apron of the lapper and constant infeed of the needleloom. This high-frequency start-stop- adjustment is realised by our new “FC-II apron” with double arrangement.

DiloGroup will show at ITMA 2019 several development modules to illustrate the future potential degree of automisation in nonwoven production. The I4.0 modules are meant to facilitate operation and to improve data transparency in production, operation control, quality and maintenance. The solutions offered by Dilo, ‘Bale Timer’, ‘Smart Start’ for a fully automatic starting aid or ‘DI-LOWATT’ for energy savings, are supplemented by Siemens based solutions which can be chosen via app and data cloud ‘MindSphere’. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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