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Xetma to display latest textile machinery at ITMA 2019

Jun '19
Pic: Xetma
Pic: Xetma
Xetma Vollenweider will be exhibiting at the ITMA 2019 in Barcelona, Spain, from June 20-26, 2019, in hall 2, stand C306+C307. ITMA is the leading international trade fair for textile machines and textile technologies. Xetma Vollenweider, from Germany, develops machine systems for the mechanical and resource-friendly textile and carpet surface finishing.

Under the banner of ‘Feel The Touch’, Xetma Vollenweider will be presenting their latest machine systems for the finishing of all types of textile surfaces at ITMA, the company said in a press release.

With the X-TREME XEB, Xetma Vollenweider is offering a soft touch finishing machine with unique versatility. Besides the classic brush-sueding and emerizing technologies, the X-TREME XEB also enables deployment for combined brushing and emerizing as well as combined raising and emerizing.

The new X-CEPT XB, a new brush sueding machine of Xetma Vollenweider with alternatively three or four sueding brushes in vertical design, is also ranged in the field of Soft Touch finishing. By minimum lengths of fabric runs and independent setting parameters of the individual brush rollers regarding sense of rotation, speed and contact angle the X-CEPT XB can be optimum configured for each fabric to be processed.

The new warp thread cutting machine X-CITE XF by Xetma Vollenweider reliably cuts all types of floating warp threads on woven fabrics and warp knit articles. By means of the innovative cutting system, the versatile setting options and the perfected fabric tension control system, the X-CITE XF is capable of reliably clipping Jacquard woven fabrics and even warp floats on the utmost fine, bi-elastic Raschel lace.

In the light of current trends to produce both woven textiles and knitted and warp-knitted fabrics in ever greater widths, Xetma Vollenweider offers shearing machines for textile applications in working widths up to 5600 mm. Examples of this are shearing machines for finishing terry cloths and lace, including the associated pile preparation technologies.

Large fabric widths also play a decisive role with the machines from the Level Touch technology series. For the finishing of carpets and textile floor coverings, Xetma Vollenweider have developed not only the new X-PLORE XCS carpet shearing system but also special machine systems for improving the quality of velour carpets.

The X-TRACT XCP carpet pile cleaning machine reliably removes dust and loose fibre material from the pile of woven acrylic, wool and viscose carpets during production. Thus carpet manufacturers are in a position to deliver clean carpets and avoid subsequent complaints from their customers later on.

Viscose, acrylic, or polyester carpets have the appearance of higher quality when the pile is optimally aligned, soft to the touch and especially brilliant. With the new X-CEED XG, Xetma Vollenweider offers an autonomous machine for polishing carpet surfaces. By means of thermo-mechanical modification of the pile fibres, these receive a striking gloss as well as a special hand feel.

Xetma Vollenweider is not only the world’s oldest manufacturer of textile surface finishing machines but is also the raising machine manufacturer with the longest tradition. The latest models from the Optisystem XR series (single drum raising machine) and Twin-system XR (double drum raising machine) are available in various executions for all textile applications. (GK)

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