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Process-integrated resource management An efficient instrument for environ-friendly textile finishing
Process-integrated resource management An efficient instrument for environ-friendly textile finishing

Instead of the 70 - 90 litres consumption in a discontinued process, a modern and more efficient TRIKOFLEX plant uses just 4 litres, which represents a saving of 94%.

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Peass Ultima U-FLEX-S: Ultimate in winding technology
Peass Ultima U-FLEX-S: Ultimate in winding technology

Peass Industrial Engineers Ltd has finally achieved “Fulfilling yarn dyer’s dream” by providing completely seamless flexibility in winding technology, with the launch of its Ultima U-FLEX-S.

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Circular knitting technology for ultra-fine fabrics up to E 60

When it comes to producing ultra-fine fabrics, MV 4-3.2 II and IG 3.2 QC machines from Mayer & Cie are not only trouble-free, but provide an exemplary standard of fabric quality, opening up whole new and challenging markets for circular knit goods manufacturers.

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Autoconer 5 product family for rewinding packages

An attractive, interesting segment in the field of package winding is the rewinding of packages. The broad spectrum of textile process sequences gives rise to different basic conditions and demands on the rewinding process.

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Contamination Sorter for Blow room - Customised Solutions

Contamination in Cotton needs little introduction which is currently a daunting task for the spinner. “Xeni”, the concept stands for two different machines exclusively designed for contamination removal in Blow room line, First of its kind “Concept – Xeni”.

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Anaerobic adhesives reduce costs & increase reliability for industries

Anaerobic adhesives used in a variety of assembly applications are proven to be more reliable and cost efficient over time than traditional mechanical devices such as spring washers, wire retainers and nylock nuts.

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Spinning & Weaving
Blending of mesta with cotton by using short staple spinning

Compared to 100% cotton yarns, the blended yarn of cotton with mesta are characterised by higher strength (about 10% higher) and higher coefficients of variation of linear density and hairiness.

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Innovations galore in weaving technology

The latest weaving machinery are superior in standards of versatility, operating stability, and they consistently provide maximum performance provided the process management is to the best level. In the mordern weaving sector, Quick Style Change (QSC) is offered by the loom manufacturer in most of the cases. The main objective in this kind of process is that, to prepare a module outside the weave room so that it can be replaced for the module in the loom after it empties in shortest time possible.

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Used machinery imports add to woes of looms manufacturers
Used machinery imports add to woes of  looms manufacturers

It is needless to mention that the import of secondhand (used) machines and the cheap new machines from China is doing incalculable harm to the textile machinery manufacturing industry in India.

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Processing, Dyeing & Finishing
Dyeing of polyurethane fibre with acid dyes

The polyurethane fibre can be successfully dyed with acid dyes resulting in moderate allround fastness properties.

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Nonwovens & Technical Textiles
Nonwovens: Medical, packaging, agriculture & other fields
Nonwovens: Medical, packaging, agriculture & other fields

Nonwovens are unique engineered fabrics offering cost effective solutions for an increasingly wide variety of applications, says the author, who, in this second article, reveals the various applications of nonwoven in segments including medicals, agriculture, furnishing, protective clothing, and packaging.

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US demand for disposable medical supplies to reach $59 bn in 2013

US demand for disposable medical supplies will increase 4.6% annually to $ 59 billion in 2013. The best growth opportunities are anticipated in intermittent catheters for urinary drainage; Dry powder inhalers, prefilled syringes and transdermal patches for drug delivery; blood glucose test strips for diabetes monitoring; Polymer and biological tissue sealants for wound closure; And daily contact lenses.

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Smart E-textile Solutions at IFAI Expo

The Industrial Fabics Association International (IFAI) and the Safety and Protective Products Division of IFAI have announced a new continuing education program to be held at the annual IFAI Expo in San Diego, California, “Smart E-textile Solutions,” on September 22, 2009, 8:30 am - 6:30 pm.

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FICCI meet recommendations on geosynthetics

The following are the recommendations of FICCI Conference on Geosynthetics: Opportunities & Challenges held recently at Mayfair Banquets, Worli, Mumbai. FICCI jointly with the Office of the Textile Commissioner, Ministry of Textiles, organised the Conference.

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IFAI to support ATNT-2009
IFAI to support ATNT-2009

The Industrial Fabrics Association International has announced that it will be a Supporting Organization for the 6th edition of the “Advances in Textiles, Machinery, Nonwovens and Technical Textiles (ATNT-2009),” conducted by Texas Tech University in collaboration with Bannari Amman Institute of Technology (BIT).

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INDA website goes global

As the world of nonwovens continues to grow smaller and companies and individuals from all corners of the globe rely on the Internet for their information, INDA, Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, has added the unique Babel Fish translator to its site – www.inda.org – to facilitate communications around the world.

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Rs 5,000 cr investment in technical textiles likely
Rs 5,000 cr investment in technical textiles likely

The Indian government has disclosed that it is anticipating investments to the tune of Rs 5,000 crore and employment of nearly three lakh in the technical textiles sector by 2012.

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INDA's North American Wipes Report

An industry research report projects unexpectedly high growth of an important segment for nonwovens in both household and institutional markets.

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Smart fabrics to monitor athletes
Smart fabrics to monitor athletes

Zephyr Technology has recently released its BioHarnessTM Team System, which allows coaches and trainers to monitor the physiology of up to 64 of their athletes in the field, in real-time, during training and games.

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French pavilion at Techtextil India
French pavilion at Techtextil India

Techtextil, a major event in the field of technical and non-woven textiles, will be taking place from 10 to 12 October in Mumbai. On this occasion, a dozen French machine and technical textile manufacturing companies will be presenting their latest innovations.

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General
Energy conservation: A strong, strategic techno-managerial tool
Energy conservation: A  strong, strategic techno-managerial tool

There is an ample scope for energy conservation in textile process house, say the authors, who explain how energy efficiency is important in the modern context of power problems.

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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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