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Technology transfer that is creating waves
With ‘Clean Technology, Smart Factory’ motto, the engineers from Germany presented selected machines and systems specifically designed for the Indian market, along with the associated services.
Oerlikon Manmade Fibers makes its mark on African market
The spotlight of the Oerlikon Manmade Fibers segment’s Egy Stitch & Tex 2020 attendance will be on two core technologies: the new generation of Oerlikon Barmag eAFK Evo texturing machines is to be unveiled within the African market for the very first time.
Clean Technology, Smart Factory
Oerlikon invites all visitors to this year’s ITMA on a journey into the future of manmade fibre production.The world market leader will show all its guests its vision of a sustainable and automated manmade fibre production in a virtual 4D showroom:
Oerlikon Neumag presents innovative BCF S8 technology
With up to 700 potential filaments per yarn end, the BCF S8 is raising the benchmark considerably compared to the Oerlikon Neumag S+ BCF system (400 filaments) that has dominated the global market to date.
Sytec One attaches efficiency to single thread
Single-end Sytec One is recommended for processes with high breakage rates, fine filaments, frequent colour changes or in general when demanding processes take up an increasing share in the business.
The market for the production of carpet yarn is increasingly evolving towards more demanding processes. However, beyond commodity products, standard plants can no longer fully exploit their advantages. From March 20-22, 2018, Oerlikon Neumag presented an economical alternative in Shanghai in hall W3, booth F03 at the Domotex asia/Chinafloor, the leading floor covering trade fair in the Asia-Pacific region: the BCF plant Sytec One with single-end technology.
Cost-efficient BCF yarn production with Sytec One
Sytec One is a BCF plant with only one end per position, which is particularly well suited for demanding production processes.
Cost-efficient production of carpet yarns beyond commodity products can constitute a challenge. Highly standardised production systems must strike compromises with regard to throughput, quality or cost-efficiency.
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