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Thies to present iCone yarn dyeing machine at ITMA Asia

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Aug '18
Courtesy: Thies
Courtesy: Thies
Thies will show its successful iCone yarn dyeing machine at ITMA Asia, the leading textile machinery show in Asia, which will be held from October 15 to 19, 2018, in Shanghai, China, in hall H6, stand E 18. Thies is Germany’s leading company in the field of fabrication of high quality machines for yarn and piece dyeing and bleaching and drying equipment.

The machine consolidates highest ecological standards with technological intelligence to achieve tremendous savings in water and electrical consumption. The 2018 version incorporates various new detail improvements, many of them developed in response to suggestions from customers and users, the company said in a press release.

The construction of the iCone is based upon the worldwide established eco-bloc series of Thies, but involves innovative new technologies. Its newly designed ‘pump bloc’ system allows dyeing with an ultra-short liquor ration. Depending on the carry-over of the material, liquor rations of 1:3,6 in partially flooded vessels are performable in practice. Improved rinsing functions allow the reduction of the after-treatment times. Moreover, the new flow converter design enables the adjustment of the flow reversal, namely from inside to outside and from outside to inside.

ICone has been specifically developed to meet the requirements of stringent international and local environmental protection regulations with simultaneous consideration of its economic efficiency. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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