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CFRP use in warp knitting cuts energy consumption
For a long time now energy-saving machine concepts have been the key aspect of KARL MAYER´s R&D work. Energy has different functions in the operation of a warp knitting machine: mainly the drive of the knitting elements but also the cooling of the components
Allma scores points with E3 technology
From 10-12 February 2015, the Tyre Technology Expo in Cologne, the most important international trade fair and conference centre for tyre design and manufacture, is once again the platform for tyre manufacturers and suppliers from all over the world.
Threats to King Cotton
King Cotton has reined supreme on the Indian soil since time immemorial. Its fortunes have been rising slowly though many threats have loomed large. Recently, India is poised to emerge as No. 1 producer of cotton in the world.
Total water cycle management with EcoAxis
In the water and wastewater treatment industry there is a constant demand on water suppliers, OEMs, O&M operators, and users to maximise output (both in terms of quantity and quality), maintain process parameters at an optimum level, achieve high availability, and to maximise plant life while reducing operating costs such as manpower, consumables, and energy.
IndigoGenius®: The eco technology of the future
A creative idea, a happy basic intuition, verified as for its efficiency and fine-tuned through a long series of experiments carried out on the IndigoLab machine, suitably updated for this purpose, at the Italy-based Master´s research & development (R&D) department enabled the company to industrialise the revolutionary, eco-friendly,
A study on lubrication practices in ring frames
The quality of grease, represented by its unit cost, plays a significant role in deciding the frequency of application, affirm D Shanmuganandam, J Sreenivasan and N Parthasarathy. As we are aware, wrong selection and inadequate quantity of lubricants and inappropriate frequency of application not only affect the working performance of machines.
Asia should stimulate cotton consumption
Asian countries, particularly China and India, should boost their cotton consumption. Jose Sette, executive director of Washington, DC-based International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC) speaking in Mumbai at the 8th Asian Textile Conference stated that although increasing cotton yield per hectare is important in India, China and India should focus on increasing its per capita cotton consumption.