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Waste recycling in spinning mills – a value addition
From the point of textile manufacturing, various production wastes can be reused in textile industry. A study analyses the effect of waste type and blend ratio on the physical and mechanical properties of the yarns and the fabrics, produced with virgin and waste cotton fibres
Enjoy time travel from the home office
Oerlikon develops modern materials, systems and surface technologies and provides specialised services aimed at securing high-performance products and systems with long lifespans for customers
ecuTEC+ improves filter performance significantly
The patented Oerlikon Nonwoven solution is characterised by its exceptional flexibility: ecuTEC+ stands out above all as a result of its diverse applications, which can be electro-charged. Nonwovens manufacturers can freely choose between numerous variation options and set the optimal charging method and intensity for their specific filter applications.
Banks should lower interest rates: G Muralikrishna
In this interview, G Muralikrishna, Director, Fiberplus Tex Products, speaks on the company’s journey over the years, and some of the major products offered by them for the textile industry.
Rieter order intake up 7% in 2019
Net profit rose to CHF 52.4 million (6.9 per cent of sales) and thus was significantly higher than in the previous year (2018: CHF 32.0 million or 3.0 per cent of sales).
German technologies stir up avid interest
VDMA’s German Technology Meets Indian Textiles and Nonwovens, organised by the Textile Machinery Association of VDMA in Mumbai recently was a 2-day event with about 31 interesting papers presented by leading companies including Monforts, Truetzschler, Groz-Beckert, Erbatech,Texpa, ZSK, Bruckner, Festo, Oerlikon, Dornier, Karl Mayer, Mayer & Cie, Benninger, Dilo, Andritz, Neunhauser, Setex, Thies and Autefa.
High order intake for Rieter in Asia
For the whole of 2017, Rieter anticipates sales in the region of CHF 980 million and a net profit of around 1 per cent to 2 per cent of sales.