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Indian textile companies opt for Brückner stenter lines
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Dec '16
Courtesy: Bruckner
Courtesy: Bruckner
Indian textile firms Laxmipati Sarees, makers of polyester sarees and dress materials, and Ganga Fashions Pvt. Ltd., that manufactures and exports modern sarees and women dresses with innovative printed designs, have opted for stenter frames from Germany's Brückner, leading developer of machines for the coating of apparel fabric and technical textiles.

Laxmipati Sarees had installed one German-made Brückner stenter in early 2010. This line consists of eight drying chambers, has a vertical chain system and is designed for heat-setting of polyester fabric with high twist yarns at a maximum speed of 100 metres/minute. Experiencing the performance of this first machine,

Rakesh Sarawagi , the company's director, was keen to go with second Brückner machine. The new stenter frame will be utilised and will replace the old technology.

Sanjay H. Gangwani, director and owner of Ganga Fashions said, “The quality of our products has always been of highest priority for us. Our entire manufacturing process has been planned with quality as the central objective and all products are checked at several stages of manufacturing process. We produce with high attention to minimised environmental impact and always try to optimise energy consumption where ever it is possible. That is one of the reasons why we decided to buy an efficient and high-quality finishing line from Brückner.”

The stentering line with horizontal chain system for woven fabric will start operating in early 2017 at Ganga Fashions. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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