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TMAS members to support digital textile transformations
The Swedish textile machinery association – have adopted a range of new strategies in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, aimed at assisting manufacturers of textiles and apparel to adjust to a new normal, as Europe and other regions emerge cautiously from lockdown.
Cut-resistant uniform for paramilitary forces
Kunal Kaushal and Dr N Kumar of High Performance Textiles, Panipat, Haryana discuss development of cut-resistant uniform made-up of HPT Flex? yarn based knitted fabric.
Tirupur knitters eye $2-bn PPE opportunity
South India’s cotton knitted garments capital, Tirupur, is struggling to step up production as demand for personal protective equipment such as masks and bodysuits has thrown up a $2 billion business opportunity.
TT for protection against thermal hazards EN 407-2004
Akshay Katyal and Dr Nandan Kumar have discussed and compared multiple variants of gloves (seamless and cut and sewn) made up of para-aramid and other blended inherent flame-retardant fibres for protection against thermal hazards as per EN 407-2004.
Brueckner finishing system saves over 10-times water needs: CEO
Many call Brueckner’s textile machinery as fascinating, agreeing to the catchphrase found on their website because as one Asian company bearing testimony to the machinery’s unique features says: “We achieve perfect dyeing results with our Brueckner thermosol line and this allows us to extend our production with high-quality products.
KARL MAYER’s smart shirt is opening up new applications
The special feature of TEXTILE-CIRCUIT is that conductive yarns can be incorporated directly into the textile during the warp knitting process, and they can be positioned in any location and in any design.
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