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ACP Quality Package improves yarn values

The ACP Quality Package clearly improves the drafting process, with the sector between the front cradle opening and the front roller nipping line, which has so far been critical, now contributing additionally to the drafting process in the main zone.

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Arioli: A steam specialist's best finishing touch

Arioli steamers are equipped with special devices forcing steam through water before entering the steaming chamber itself, and such a passage allows to optimise the water content of steam.

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FL200: A roving frame where technology meets tradition

The FL200 employs an overload detection function on the servo motors used to raise and lower the bobbin rail to automatically sense any bobbin insertion fault and immediately stop lifting of the bobbin rail.

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Processing, Dyeing & Finishing
"Dyeing of nylon, polyester with modifications"

A number of chemical treatments are available for improving the wet fastness properties of dyes on textile fibres, which may involve increasing the molecular weight of the dye so that it is rendered less soluble, thereby improving the wet fastness.

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Garments, Fashion & Retail
Indian textile industry's battle for supremacy

The projected value of Indian textile industry is estimated to grow from US$ 47 billion in the year 2005-2006 to US$ 115 billion by the year 2012, comprising domestic market of US$ 60 billion and exports of US$ 55 billion.

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Textile & clothing exports: Trends & prospects

India has started exporting larger quantity of clothing than textiles in the post-MFA period, and given the large size of the domestic markets, India should use this opportunity to increase the capacity and productivity of integrated textile and clothing industry.

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Increasing market access for Indian readymade garments

With ASEAN almost coming into being and with China as one of its members, India stands to gain by importing silk yarn or silk fabric from China for conversion into garments, spells out the author, as one of the key strategies to gain increasing market access for Indian readymade garments.

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Nonwovens & Technical Textiles
Manufacturing & market potential of sanitary napkins
Manufacturing & market potential of sanitary napkins

A growth rate of over 18% to 20% is expected in India for the saniatry napkins market, which holds a huge potential and excellent profit margin for the manufacturers

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SITRA's contribution to technical textiles

SITRA has carried out a number of projects of national importance in the areas of Meditech (medical textiles), Indutech (industrial textiles) and Protech (protective textiles) in the past 3 decades or so.

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BCH-ITF Symposium on Geo-textiles in Mumbai

After tremendous success in building world-class infrastructure and offering innovative solutions, geo-textiles are all set to make a huge impact on the Indian construction industry. With the long term benefits & cost advantage, these new-age textiles promise to bring about the next revolution in building materials.

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Conveyor & processing belts for nonwoven industry

As the worldwide leading manufactured on conveyor and processing belts made of modem synthetics, Forbo Siegling of Germany has developed a product range for the special requirements of the nonwoven and clothing industry.

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UltraSonic Calender from Kusters

The ultrasonic bonding technology has been well-known for many years. This, however, usually concerns discontinuous applications, such as welding of plastic parts. The Küsters UltraSonic Calender is a further development of this basic process.

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Cormatex pioneers thermobonded nonwoven lines

Cormatex manufactures complete lines for the production of thermobonded nonwovens designed for the production of hi-density and hi-loft (low-density) products with different composition as well as physical and mechanical features, with the ability to process natural or manmade, virgin or regenerated fibres.

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Flexibility at the heart of Neumag spunbond technology

The main characteristic of Oerlikon Neumag's Spunbond Technology is the outstanding flexibility that the nonwovens producer has in supplying a wide variety of products and truly unique fabrics.

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Hybrid hydro-entanglement fabrics

Ntpia has unveiled a new range of hybrid hydro-entanglement fabrics, using the latest nanotechnology. The South Korean company manufactures products that combine nanoweb with spunbond and trico-knit substrates, among others.

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General
Market ecology & organic cotton
Market ecology & organic cotton

Since products made from organic cotton are more expensive and the trait that is used as a selling point is largely invisible, it is extremely important that the certification process ensures the integrity of the Organic Label.

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Organisers step up campaign as 750 exhibitors gear up

Decks are cleared, and the stage is set at the new venue for INDIA-ITME 2008, in which about 750 exhibitors from 24 countries will be participating in their respective stalls. The INDIA-ITME Exhibition which is to be held at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre, November 15 to 22, 2008, has attracted the world wide attention from participants and business visitors alike.

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Oerlikon gears up with latest innovations for bigger growth in India

At INDIA ITME 2008, the eighth international textile machinery show taking place from 15 - 22.11.08 in Bangalore, Oerlikon Textile will be presenting many successful products and innovations in its 700 m2- plus “Circle of Success” (Hall 3, A118).

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S 360, BD 416, Autoconer 5 among Schlafhorst exhibits

Oerlikon Schlafhorst will be presenting its innovations on Oerlikon Textile’s joint Booth A 118 in Hall 3, under the slogan “The Circle of Success”.

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6 high-tech machines from ITEMA Weaving on show

The 4 companies, Sultex, Promatech, ITEMA Weaving Machinery (China) and First were moulded into a new “One” company model.

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Sewing Automate & Cutting Automate

With annual sales exceeding US$ 12 billion, Parker Hannifin Corporation is the world's leading diversified manufacturer of motion and control technologies, providing systematic, precision-engineered solutions for a wide variety of commercial, mobile, industrial and aerospace markets.

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Innovative winding solutions from Peass

Peass is one of the most respected Indian textile machinery manufacturers since 1962. Building on decades of experience and from collaboration with various global technology leader textile machinery manufacturing, Peass now offers a wide range of machine with state of art technology at “ value for money” prices.

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Best Air: Air conditioning & humidification expert at its best

Best Air Engineering (India) Pvt Ltd today enjoys a prestigious top-ranking place in the textile air conditioning and humidification industry. Best Air augmented by its manufacturing facility with inhouse R&D set-up, is all poised to leapfrog into the new millennium.

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J K Consultancy represents leading Chinese firms

J K Consultancy Pvt Ltd, New Delhi will have the following principals participating at India-ITME at their respective stalls.

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COMEZ 609/B8 crochet machine on showcase

COMEZ is a global leader in advanced narrow fabric technology, offering a complete range of crochet knitting machines, weaving needle looms, double needle bed warp knitting machines and software for pattern programming - used to produce a broad range of laces and bands for underwear, ribbons for clothing, technical textiles, passementerie, fancy yarns and fabrics for outerwear.

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Picanol presenting 4 high-tech machines

Picanol will display four high-tech weaving machines on its booth. In addition to these four looms, one Picanol Jacquard air-jet weaving machine will be on display on the Stäubli booth, and another Picanol weaving machine will be on display at the Van De Wiele booth.

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9 Spanish companies ready to unveil specialised machines

At the INDIA-ITME, nine Spanish companies will be presenting the latest technologies in the following sub sectors: spinning, knitting, weaving, nonwoven and technical textiles, dyeing and finishing, and software.

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Sabar: Leader in spinning roll shop machinery

Sabar Machine Tools Mfg Co, having a set-up in Ahmedabad since 1969, has a full range of manufacturing infrastructure there and has emerged as one of the most trustworthy brands with a complete range of roll shop machinery. The company has more than 2000 satisfied customers all over the world.

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Heusch meets challenge of precision blade making with success

Heusch, world’s oldest precision blade maker, will be exhibiting at INDIA-ITME. Founded in 1850, the German company Heusch is the world`s oldest manufacturer of high-precision textile and leather processing blades.

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Deluxe flanged bobbins

Deluxe Engineering manufactures many varieties of aluminum flanged bobbin. The range includes flange diameter from 50 mm to 200 mm and aluminum tube diameter from 25 mm to 75 mm, length start-up from 50 mm to 400 mm.

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Foster felting needles

Foster Needle Company was founded in 1956 by Mr Edson P Foster, a skilled engineer and one time employee of the Torrington Company located in Connecticut USA, in those days the world's largest needle making company.

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AE Retrofits control carding fault & auto coner cuts

AE’s Retrofit in C1/2, C1/3, C4, Textool, DK series cards increases the production by 20% to 25% maintaining the same quality level of the latest carding technology, says Mr B Soundararaj, MD of Amarnaathh Enterprises (AE), an emerging card retrofit specialist, who has made rapid strides in improving technologies for this spinning segment in the last few years.

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ATE: The complete solution provider

A T E entered as a small trading company for German textile machinery way back in 1939 in Indian textile markets. ATE, now, has grown its business organically and inorganically. With care and quality as its ideology, it has grown and expanded its industrial sales, distribution and service business.

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MMF Front Looks Up
Glad tidings have come from India's man-made fibre (MMF) export front, after seven consecutive quarters of decline in its growth. MMF textile exports for the 9-month period, April 2013 to December 2013 touched US $4.2 billion against US $3.8 billion. One of
Cotton yarn: Quality depends on mixing strategy
A systematic mixing plan by maintaining the lowest possible variation in cotton quality parameters ensures trouble-free yarn production with consistent yarn quality, affirms Sunil Kumar Sharma. In a
Airbag: Life saving textiles
The airbag fabric may be coated to increase the strength of the fabric so that the fabric is reinforced, and by increasing the strength of the fabric, breakage of the airbag can be minimised, assert R Senthil Kumar and S Sundaresan
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