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Groz-Beckert to show latest textile machines at ITM 2018
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Mar '18
Groz-Beckert to show latest textile machines at ITM 2018
Groz-Beckert, a leading provider of industrial machine needles, precision parts, and fine tools, will be showing the products and services of its product sectors knitting, weaving, nonwovens, and carding, at ITM 2018, the 34th international textile machinery exhibition, to be held from April 14 to 17, 2018, in Istanbul, Turkey, in booth 707/B, hall 7.

The product area, knitting, will put the emphasis on the interaction of needles and system parts. Transparent knitting and warp knitting machines will give the visitors unique insights into the interplay of all components. The CircularKnit exhibit will show the productivity and variety of the Groz-Beckert product range by presenting the interplay between cylinder, needles and system parts for different technologies. The exhibit for the flat knitting segment will visualise 8 different flat knitting technologies from gauge E 2.5 to E18 showing the range of uses of Groz-Beckert products, including for processing challenging materials.

Two other transparent machines from the legwear and warp knitting fields will round off the product presentation. Each of the four acrylic glass machines has individually removable elements for detailed viewing.

A special highlight at the booth will be the live presentation of the online Customer Portal Knitting, which offers an enhanced digital product catalogue as well as a lot of information about the knitting technologies. Additionally, the platform is equipped with an easily accessible, permanently growing knowledge data base.

In the product sector weaving, Groz-Beckert will present the quick and universal warp tying machine KnotMaster AS/3 at the ITM. An advantage of the high-performance knotting machine is its service and maintenance friendliness. Touch screen control makes operation easy. In addition, the knotting machine is capable of handling a large variety of different yarns like cotton, wool, synthetic as well as blended and elastic yarns.

In the product field felting, the jet strip model HyTec P will occupy centre stage. Its improved handling through optimised elasticity leads to a higher service life of the jet strip. Furthermore, the higher scratch resistance of HyTec P prevents it from damages when being inserted into the machine.

The product area carding will highlight SiroLock as well as EvoStep doffer and worker wires at the ITM expo. Together, they guarantee a homogeneous fibre distribution and minimised fibre consumption in the nonwovens process.

For the spinning industry, the product area carding will also showcase a special doffer wire for synthetic fibres with a rib of 0.70 mm and 520 PPSI for the processing of microfibers. In addition to that, carding will exhibit revolving tops and stationary flats. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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