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N. Schlumberger: World leader in long staple fibre processing
NSC offers the machines to process both natural as well as chemical fibres, mainly, wool, silk, flax, hemp, ramie, jute, asbestos as well as polyesters, acrylic, polyamides, polypropylene, aramide, textile glass, viscose, acetate, etc.
Superba to unveil new process from creel to winding
Carpet designers and manufacturers are looking to differentiate themselves. Thanks to the latest version of the MCD3 Space-dyeing machine, combined with the new MF400 texturisation device, and a heat-setting line, it is now possible to produce carpet yarn out of polyester, polyamide, polypropylene, acrylic, viscose or wool, in one continuous single-step-operation, more energy efficient, web connected, and almost pollution-free.
Unitech launches new steel spinning ring
The new steel spinning ring—UniK1—is suitable to spin fine and super fine counts, compact yarns, dyed yarns as well as highly-abrasive fibre yarns.
Agro-textiles: Requirements and applications
What are the fibres, yarns and fabric structures used for the agro-tech and the requirements expected from textile material used in agro-industry? Surya R, Vijaya Prabhu and JC Sakthivel provide some answers with reviews.
Are nonwoven bags plastic or textiles?
The nonwoven bags, produced by spunbond technology, are using polypropelene as a raw material and has characteristics very similar to plastic, says Avinash Mayekar.
SOLOTEX® nanofibre offers excellent comfort
Teijin Frontier, the Teijin Group's fibres and products converting company, announced its development of SOLOTEX® Nanofibre, a polytrimethylene terephthalate (PTT) nanofibre with a diameter of 700nm that combines excellent gripping power with stretchable comfort for high-performance gloves, sportswear and innerwear.
ANDRITZ starts up neXline at French firm
ANDRITZ has successfully started up a complete neXline needlepunch line at AFITEX, Champhol, France. The line processes several types of raw materials, such as polypropylene, recycled bulk continuous filament as well as virgin bulk continuous filament, and produces needlepunched felts for geotextiles.