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Saving the weave through sustainability
The pandemic has clearly taught us to consume consciously. At present productivity and enhanced manufacturing is the goal for all industries. The manufacturing industry gives rise to lots of direct and indirect opportunities.
AESA, a world leader in air engineering
With offices in France, India, Singapore and China, AESA is a worldwide leader in air-engineering for all textile production processes of natural fibres, man-made fibres and filaments in their different stages: spinning, knitting, weaving, hosiery, different types of nonwovens and fibre productions, as well as dyeing and finishing.
Itema's best-in-class weaving innovations
Colzate (Italy) and Mumbai (India) - Itema, the largest privately-owned manufacturer of best-in-class weaving machines, spare parts and services, exhibited at Techtextil India, which was held recently at the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre in Mumbai.
Factors influencing filtration in textile materials
Filtration provides healthier and cleaner products and environment. Textile materials are used in the filtration of air, liquids, in food particles and in industrial production. Filtration fabrics are used widely in vacuum cleaners, power stations, petrochemical plants, sewage disposal, etc. Textile materials, particularly woven and nonwoven are suitable for filtration because of their complicated structure and thickness.
Innovative fabrics weave wonders at Suditi Industries
Ponte Venese is a quality, compact, double-knit fabric re-created for maximum comfort, fluidity and natural stretch. “Why should India import new types of yarn and fabrics while we have abundant resources and raw material base to develop new materials of our own.
New dimension for patterns on DORNIER machines
Using DORNIER’s ORW technology, it has become possible to successfully integrate embroidery in the weaving process so that weaving and embroidery can run at the same time on DORNIER weaving machines.
Weaving quality filament yarn fabrics
The weaving of filament yarns calls for a greater amount of skill and dexterity on the part of the operatives and supervisors. Many drastic changes in operating conditions and procedures and even modifications of equipment are sometimes necessary to weave these yarns. A high level of regularity along their length, the lustre and lie of filaments give the fabrics made from these yarns a sheer surface, which shows up the defects radially.