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Truetzschler to present new machineries at 'India ITME'

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Oct '08
At INDIA ITME, from November 15 – 22, 2008, five companies of the Truetzschler Group - Truetzschler, Truetzschler Card Clothing, Fleissner, Erko Truetzschler and Trumac – will all be represented at one stand for the first time.

The companies are combined into three thematically divided areas: Truetzschler Spinning, Truetzschler Nonwoven and Truetzschler Card Clothing. Truetzschler Spinning includes the companies Truetzschler, Germany and Trumac, India.

The Truetzschler Nonwovens area is comprised of the companies Fleissner and Erko Truetzschler. Truetzschler Card Clothing forms a bridge between the two areas. Truetzschler Card Clothing supplies card clothing for spinning mills as well
as roller card clothing for the nonwovens industry.

India is an important market for all companies of the Truetzschler Group. The machines and technologies presented at INDIA ITME are particularly in tune with the requirements of the Indian market.

Truetzschler Spinning:
At INDIA ITME, Truetzschler exhibits a high production card TC 07 for performances above 200 kg/h and the high production card TC 5, built at Trumac in Ahmedabad.

This machine is completely new and will be introduced to the public for the first time in India. Furthermore, the draw frame TD 03 - 600 will be exhibited. The TD 03 - 600 is a
special draw frame for combed ring-spun yarns, with a performance of 600 m/min.

Thus, on one hand, it covers all applications in the combed area and, on the other hand, it has been significantly improved in regard to power consumption, and therefore economic efficiency, by optimised arrangement of the drives.

In addition to the Truetzschler compact installations for up to 2000 kg/h, the focus will be on the blow room area, featuring new blow room lines especially developed for India - the Eco lines – for the lower and medium production range.

The foreign part separator SECUROPROP SP-FP safely detects and separates transparent and partially transparent parts, such as foils and polypropylene.

The centre of the stand will be dominated by the new comber TCO1, which Truetzschler will show for the first time in India. With its rate of 500 nips/min, this machine positions itself at the upper end of the performance spectrum.

Truetzschler Card Clothing:
Clothings are the core of every card. The yarn quality is influenced by selecting the correct clothing. Truetzschler Card Clothing presents card clothing made of new special alloys and achieving unmatched service-life. This significantly improves efficiency.

Truetzschler Nonwoven:
Truetzschler Nonwoven, together with Fleissner and Erko Truetzschler, offers turnkey installations for all applications. The expanding nonwovens market is in need of innovations and ideas.

At the INDIA ITME, Fleissner and Erko Truetzschler present how versatile and different nonwoven products are and the machines and plant concepts that can be applied to produce the end product in an economical and competitive manner.

Fleissner and Erko Truetzschler manufacture machines for the following areas: Opening/ Blending, Card feeding, Cards/Crosslapping, Web needling, Hydro Entanglement, Finishing, Drying, Heatsetting, Chemical Bonding, Thermobonding.

Truetzschler Group


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