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Korteks banks on Starlinger tech for recycled fibre
Korteks, one of the world’s biggest yarn producers based in Bursa, Turkey, has started the production of recycled polyester filament yarn in its production facility using a Starlinger recycling line
Starlinger to be present with STC Spinnzwirn
At this year’s ITMA, the world’s largest textile machinery exhibition held every 4 years, the Starlinger Group will present itself in Barcelona together with its new member STC Spinnzwirn for the first time.
STC Spinnzwirn: A new company of Starlinger
STC Spinnzwirn was founded in 1866 under the name “Workshop Carl and Anton Hamel” and thus looks back on more than 150 years of textile machinery engineering.
Starlinger Group takes over Barmag Spinnzwirn
The Austrian Starlinger Group takes over the business unit Barmag Spinnzwirn located in Chemnitz (Germany) from Oerlikon to integrate the related technologies for spinning lines
Reducing production costs with RX 6.1 loom
Starlinger & Co will present the RX 6.1, the latest model of the successful RX loom series, at Chinaplas 2016. With an IQ (Indicator of Quality – the average number of fabric meters produced without a warp break) of more than 200 and its high production efficiency, the RX 6.1 together with the other RX models rank among the looms with the lowest production costs per fabric meter.
A new benchmark in heavy-duty circular weaving
Ten shuttles, high operating speed combined with low energy consumption, and an IQ (Indicator of Quality) never seen before on a loom for FIBC fabric: Starlinger’s FX 10.0 sets a new benchmark in heavy-duty tape fabric production.
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