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Oerlikon expands technology portfolio
Oerlikon has announced that it has acquired Primateria AB in Sweden und signed an agreement to acquire the assets of DiaPac LLC and Diamond Recovery Services Inc (DRS) in the US.
Unitop Acqucare: A leader in caustic recovery plants
Unitop Aquacare is into project engineering and turnkey execution of chemical and other projects. The company is an off-shoot of Elite Engineers, who have been operating in this field since 1974. The Group enjoys the facilities of a modern engineering office having manufacturing at Thane and Surat SEZ
Energy savings in textile mills
Textile mills have been operating the waste recovery system (WRS) to suck the waste from the cards, combers and blow room after matching the collective specs of waste suction flow and Pascal pressure requirements to the WRS. After a few years, the parameters are altered due to change of equipment, variations in cotton, changing quality needs suiting to market. Here, we have to keep the energy saving option always open, routinely during the above. Though the WRS OEM has given the Pascal gauge at the filter box, and at the individual cards, the mill has to maintain the optimum Pascal suction at each of the card.
Italian machinery: Domestic orders on the rise
For Italian textile machinery manufacturers, the first quarter of 2016 has opened with a recovery in orders on the domestic side. In foreign markets, orders have instead dropped off slightly. Raffaella Carabelli, President of ACIMIT, said: “The recovery on the domestic market compared to the minimum recorded a year ago is highly encouraging. Abroad, only a few markets have performed well.”
Combining cost cutting with environmental protection
Textile manufacturers can use Caustic Recovery Plants (CRP) by Körting Hannover AG to lower the quantity of caustic soda used in mercerising by impressive 85 per cent. In this way, the plants do not only reduce operating costs substantially but also pollution.
InspirOn: Inspiring lives
Prakash Bhagwati—the man behind InspirOn Engineering—had a vision to bring a small company into global arena. He founded InspirOn Engineering in 1973 through a technical collaboration with German company C. Eugen Maier Metallverarbeitung GmbH for manufacturing of critical subassembly called Flyer (Fluegel) used in textile spinning machines.
We expect to identify new opportunities for technical textiles in ITMA 2015
The Swiss company Benninger has been the textile industry´s leading partner across the globe for more than 150 years with global branches and service representatives. Benninger develops and manufactures textile finishing and cord production ranges as well as providing complete system solutions.
Carpet waste finds new applications
With increasing interest in green buildings, a textile waste may be a good candidate. The University of Connecticut researchers are finding new applications for carpet wastes. Particle boards are being developed as a part of a project funded by Carpet America Recovery Effort.
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