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Testrite shrinkage tester
Testrite is regarded as the world leader for yarn shrinkage testing equipment and has recently celebrated over 50 years in the industry. The testing equipment which are solely produced by Testrite include the now famous patent heat shrinkage testers. Testrite produce three shrinkage and force testing machines.
Keisokki evenness tester KET80V++C
Keisokki introduced its computer technology based instrument KET80C in 1980 whereas other manufacturers could introduce its computer technology based instrument in 1987 only (seven years later). Keisokki has introduced several novel and revolutionary concepts which have found immense use in the textile industry.
Rs 410-cr Toyota project gets green signal
The proposal of Toyota Industries India Private Limited to set up a textile and spinning machinery manufacturing unit with an investment of Rs 410 crore at Vasanthanarasapura Industrial Area in Tumakuru district was cleared by the Karnataka State High-Level Clearance Committee on September 14, 2015.
Variable frequency drives: Making Indian textile more sustainable
With the ´Make in India´ thrust gaining ground across industries, our focus today should be on the textile industry where India is touted to be second largest producer of textiles and garments in the world. The Indian textiles and apparel industry is expected to grow to a size of $223 billion by 2021, according to a report by Technopak Advisors.
N early a decade back, when China’s copying of European textile technologies was at its height, I met the MD of a German company, which has a big stake in the Chinese market.
Bräcker's BERKOL? supergrinder
Founded in 1835 as a family business, Bräcker AG soon developed into a specialist for key products in the textile industry. Bräcker as technology leader with its own structures in development, production and marketing, supplies: top performance ring/traveller systems for ring spinning machines, inserting tools, cleaning devices, spinning tubes, cots & aprons, and maintenance machines.
Global demand for silicones to touch $19.3 bn
World demand for silicones is forecast to rise 5.7 per cent per year to $19.3 billion in 2019. The pace of growth in value terms will be in line with that seen over the 2009-2014 period, largely due to an improved outlook for silicone prices.
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