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Inspiron's new stenter Motex 15000 for more efficiency
Apr '17
Motex 15000; Courtesy: Inspiron Engineering
Motex 15000; Courtesy: Inspiron Engineering
As a complete technology solution provider for textile finishing, Inspiron Engineering has launched new stenter model Motex 15000. The new model, launched in continuation of Motex series, has 15 per cent more drying efficiency compared to the earlier model Motex 4560, according to observations of Textile & Engineering Institute, Ichalkaranji.

Motex 15000 stenter has been designed and produced in a sustainable way to improve safety, consume less energy, minimise waste and deliver maximum return on investment. Designed by the team of young and energetic design professionals, supported and trained by German technologists, Motex 15000 is conceived with unprecedented features with state-of-the-art aesthetics. “Designing and validation of machine of this kind requires a holistic approach analysing safety, functionality, operational efficiency, productivity, material use, ease of operation and maintenance,” according to Inspiron.

At enviably low maintenance costs, Motex 15000 offers extreme sturdy design technology, and can function at high operational speeds of up to 150 mpm. “The machine works while taking care of all the practicalities of production as complete solution for all kinds of substrates—cradle and brushing units for denim, higher squeezing padder, pin protection flapper, cushioning effect for knits, desired and reproducible hand feel, finishing effect for shirting and suiting.”

During its visit to Inspiron Engineering and Ankur Textiles (a division of Arvind Limited) unit at Ahmedabad, the technical team of Textile & Engineering Institute, Ichalkaranji, performed drying efficiency trials using poplin fabric on both stenter models – Motex 4560 and Motex 15000 – by keeping all other machine, input as well as process parameters identical for long runs.

“It was observed that the drying efficiency in terms of productivity was up to 15 per cent higher in the new Motex 15000 than old model Motex 4560,”the institute director Prof. (Dr.) PV Kadole said.

Set up in 1973 as a family business, Inspiron is today a preferred supplier of stenter machine and spinning accessories to the textile industry across the value chain. (RKS)

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