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Getzner uses Bruckner stenters for air pollution control

24
Jan '19
Courtesy: Bruckner
Courtesy: Bruckner
Getzner, a leading company for the production of African damask fabrics and a leading manufacturer of shirt fashion fabrics based in Austria, has announced that the company has installed Bruckner stenters for heat-recovery and exhaust air pollution control. Bruckner, based in Germany, develops, manufactures, and supplies textile finishing machinery.

In the new production halls at Getzner AG’s main plant in Bludenz, fabrics are woven and finished for ready-made garments. The fabrics are finished in special processes mainly on new Brückner stenters. As substances evaporate from the fabric during the textile finishing processes, the stenters have to be vacuumed off and this exhaust air has to be cleaned before being emitted into the environment, according to Brückner.

The exhaust air treatment on the new stenters of Getzner AG is carried out by a multi-stage Brückner Eco-Heat and Eco-Air system. In the first Eco-Heat heat-recovery system, heated fresh air is generated for the drying process, which noticeably reduces energy consumption. In the second Eco-Heat heat-recovery system, water is heated for the company’s internal heating system and thus, depending on the heating requirement, up to 85 per cent of the invested heat energy is recovered. The pollutants from the exhaust air are condensed and separated in the subsequent Eco-Air exhaust air scrubber. A silencer behind the exhaust air fan reduces the exhaust noise to a minimum.

The proven Eco-Heat components guarantee high heat transfer efficiency and a particularly robust and maintenance-friendly design. Since the heat exchangers have to be cleaned at regular intervals from unavoidable deposits in order to maintain full performance, they are easy to remove. The heat exchangers are boiled regularly in the cleaning bath supplied. As Getzner has replacement heat exchanger modules in stock, the heat exchangers are cleaned without any time pressure.

With this modern multi-stage exhaust air system Getzner achieves a high energy efficiency, because most of the exhaust air heat is recovered in Brückner Eco-Heat systems. In addition, the picturesque environment is not polluted by smoke, noise and odours from the production process, thanks to the Brückner Eco-Air exhaust air cleaning system. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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