Home / Knowledge / News / Textiles / Mahlo to present new textile machinery at ITMA Asia

Mahlo to present new textile machinery at ITMA Asia

09
Oct '18
Courtesy: Mahlo
Courtesy: Mahlo
Mahlo, Germany’s leading textile machinery company, will be presenting its latest developments in the field of straightening and controlling with the product web running at ITMA Asia + CITME 2018. The company will be seen in booth H6 D13, at the international textile machinery exhibition to be held from October 15-19, 2018, in Shanghai, China.

The company’s sales manager, Thomas Höpfl, together with the Mahlo sales team and the experienced sales representative, Shanghai Kuantex, will be presenting a continuous transport model with an ORTHOPAC RVMC-15 combination straightener at the expo, the company said in a media statement.

Optoelectronic scanning for distortion detection using an oscillating lens and DSP (digital signal processor) is probably the most sensitive and versatile system on the market. Arranged on a carrier bridge, several of these sensors – evenly distributed across the width – simultaneously detect the position of the weft thread at different points. The scanning system detects and analyses the angle position of the weft threads, courses, or rows of tufting.

The expert audience at ITMA Asia will also be able to learn about a new method for the online control of the number of weft threads/course count, which can also be used to determine and even out the basis weight. The FAMACONT PMC-15 measures the thread or knit density by means of a sensor and compares it with the nominal value stored in the recipe data management. The detected deviation of the thread density from the nominal value is used to fully automatically regulate the over-feed during the pinning process on the tenter. The so-called feed-forward control ensures a constant thread/course density and a uniform basis weight. This factor is particularly important for knitwear manufacturers since their product is sold by weight and must meet customer specifications exactly.

With its new Generation 15 machine, Mahlo is also responding to customers’ demand for increased connectivity in their machines. Mahlo straighteners, sensors, and control loops are just a mouse click away from the individual data of existing machines. The Generation 15 machine features cross-platform visualisation. The user interface can be adapted to the individual requirements of the operating personnel with just a few clicks. A large number of operating pages can be individually defined and provide the operating personnel with a complete overview of all the process parameters without having to constantly scroll through the menus. Visualisation can also be used as an information centre to visualise and monitor several Mahlo devices. The data generated is stored in databases and can be summarised in adapted protocols and output via suitable interfaces.

Another item that is becoming more and more important for textile manufacturers is sustainability in production. By using process control systems like those offered by Mahlo, critical parameters, such as weight, residual moisture, dwell time or humidity, can be measured and controlled. This means that the product meets the requirements right from the start and the manufacturer wastes neither raw materials nor energy. At ITMA Asia, the Mahlo team will explain exactly which systems fit which customer requirements. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


Must ReadView All

Pic: Shutterstock

Textiles | On 3rd Aug 2020

Exports must for sustained economic recovery: Mauritian PM

Mauritius must start goods exports for a sustained economic recovery, ...

Pic: Shutterstock

Apparel/Garments | On 3rd Aug 2020

CFA appeals for postponement of partial withdrawal of EBA

The Cambodian Footwear Association has appealed to the European...

Pic: HanesBrands

Apparel/Garments | On 3rd Aug 2020

HanesBrands Q2 FY20: sales $1.73 bn; net income $162 mn

HanesBrands, a US-based global marketer of branded everyday basic...

Interviews View All

Rahul Bhadani, Looksgud

Rahul Bhadani
Looksgud

Navigating through catalogues is a bit hasslesome

Sunil Rathore, Lacoste India

Sunil Rathore
Lacoste India

‘New vendor is welcome if he offers cost, quality and timely delivery’

Mandeep Nagi, Shades of India

Mandeep Nagi
Shades of India

Women value something that is unique and has a flavour of India

Fiorella Cattelan,

Fiorella Cattelan

With flexibility and versatility, Dettin strives to meet the specific...

Deepprakash Agrawal,

Deepprakash Agrawal

Radhey Weaves is a Surat-based manufacturer of brocade fabrics. MD...

P V Kadole,

P V Kadole

Nine co-operative organisations from Ichalkaranji came together to form an ...

Luis Quijano, Liberty University

Luis Quijano
Liberty University

Focusing on bold patterns and colour palettes, Luis Quijano, a student at...

Mr Hartmann Huth, Trevira GmbH

Mr Hartmann Huth
Trevira GmbH

Trevira GmbH is an innovative European manufacturer of high-value branded...

Johann-Philipp Dilo, Dilo Group

Johann-Philipp Dilo
Dilo Group

German company Dilo Group is one of the leading equipment suppliers of...

Sandeep and Sarah Shaikh Gonsalves, SS Homme

Sandeep and Sarah Shaikh Gonsalves
SS Homme

SS Homme celebrates the craft of traditional tailoring through the bespoke ...

Joe Ikareth, Joe Ikareth

Joe Ikareth
Joe Ikareth

<b>Joe Ikareth</b> has a rock-solid fashion and textiles background, which ...

Jay Ramrakhiani, Occasions Elegance Wear

Jay Ramrakhiani
Occasions Elegance Wear

It is believed that by early 19th century, Varanasi weavers had moved away ...

Press Release

Press Release

Letter to Editor

Letter to Editor

RSS Feed

RSS Feed

Submit your press release on


editorial@fibre2fashion.com

Letter To Editor






(Max. 8000 char.)

Search Companies





SEARCH

Leave your Comments


July 2020

Subscribe today and get the latest update on Textiles, Fashion, Apparel and so on.


Advanced Search