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German firm Autefa to present innovative solutions at ITMA Asia

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Jun '21
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German textile machinery company Autefa has announced that higher productivity, sustainability and industry 4.0 compatible solutions will be its highlights at the forthcoming ITMA Asia+ CITME 2021 in Shanghai. Latest machines from nonwovens technology, woollen carding technology and baling technology will be featured at the event at hall 7, stand A24.
 
According to the company, key advantages of the full range of the Autefa Solutions textile equipment portfolio will be explained, with a detailed focus on a number of specific innovations. Visitors will hear about the economic and technical benefits of Autefa as a systems supplier for full nonwovens lines in technology for carded-crosslapped needlepunching, aerodynamic web forming, spunlace production, and thermobonding.
 
“In needlepunching, the company has developed monitoring and quality improvement techniques with its patented 3-level Closed Loop Control System. Here, a scanner evaluates weight distribution in the final product, while the control system adjusts the profile at the crosslapper and the card feed accordingly. The 3-level Closed Loop Control System also incorporates the WebMax Web Profile Control, which ensures that the fabric profile is regular in both directions. This results in excellent fabric uniformity, with consequent savings in materials and costs,” the company stated in a press release.
 
As a global market leader in fully-automatic bale packing systems for staple fibre and tow, the company offers the entire range, from fibre transport to baler – as well as bale transport and warehouse storage of the pressed, wrapped and strapped bales. The Uni-Fork System from Autefa Solutions eliminates bottlenecks in fibre production logistics. With its flexible baling concept, Autefa Solutions sets the benchmark for fast-growing fibre line capacities.
 
“Natural fibres continue to grow in popularity for sports and leisure apparel, as well as next-to-skin clothing. For these applications, finer micron wools are required – which means spinners need to produce yarn using finer fibre and to even more exact specifications. Autefa Solutions machines deliver excellent quality outcomes in wool, alpaca, and cashmere. They can operate at precise speeds, ensuring consistency and evenness in both top and yarn production,” the company added in the release. “Tops will typically be some 2-3mm longer, for the best-possible yarn quality. Autefa Solutions OCTIR-Dragon Multitrave worsted and semi-worsted cards guarantee high productivity without compromising the quality of the tops. The result is fibre fineness from 14.5-32 microns and fibre length from 20-150 mm.”

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