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Steps towards Industrie 4.0
Industrie 4.0 is the interconnection of state-of-the-art information technology and manufacturing processes. The Internet has already profoundly changed private life; in the meantime, the Internet of Things and Services is entering the production process and is creating new business models.
Simple steps to save energy
In the textile industry, appreciable amounts of energy could be saved or conserved by regulating the temperature in the steam pipes, adjusting the air/fuel ratio in the boilers, and installing heat exchangers using warm waste water, says Dr P Senthilkumar. The conservation of energy is an essential step towards overcoming the mounting problems of the worldwide energy crisis and environmental degradation.
Compressed air: A goldmine!
Compressed air systems cannot be managed if they cannot be measured, says Hidhay K of Systel Energy Solutions (India). Compressed air is the most inefficient utility available to the industries, wasting as much as 80 per cent of the compressor’s input energy in various form of losses.
Challenging times for Oerlikon
Oerlikon’s results in the third quarter of 2016 reflect the continued positive development in the surface solutions business, but were still impacted by weak market demand in filaments equipment, and in the agriculture and energy sectors.
Santex´s machines for finishing of knitted fabrics
Santex Rimar Group, which has more than 100 years of history and also more than 10,000 customers all around the world, is participating in the upcoming India-ITME trade show in Hall 5, Stall B13 together with its brands Smit, Santex, Sperotto Rimar, Cavitec, Isotex, Santex Nonwovens and Solwa.
E3 means zero waste
Sustainability is in demand, and the new target in the textile industry and elsewhere is: zero waste. With its E³ strategy, Saurer has been moving consistently in this direction for some years. Energy, raw materials and personnel – each of these resources costs money, is in short supply and therefore needs to be used economically and efficiently.