JIngbian flat reed machine

The German company says these tough microfilament fabrics

Established Chinese producers of terry fabrics in particular were said to be extremely interested in the new machine and this Karl Mayer says enabled some promising projects to be initiated and new business to be generated from the moment the machine went on sale. Smooth edges, relief-like ribs and three-dimensional chessboard patterns increase the range of designs available and highlight the fluffy appearance of these loop-pile fabrics.

In fact, the German company says, these tough microfilament fabrics are also interesting for use as cleaning fabrics. The fabric take-down is also controlled electronically – which is said to give maximum flexibility during patterning.

Like its four-bar sister machine that does not have EL (electronic let-off) control, the new machine features modern drive technology and a new machine concept.

According to Karl Mayer, the patterning advantages of the binding wire manufacturers TM 4 T-EL are combined with a high level of productivity and the new terry machine can reach a maximum speed of 1400 rpm.

A machine specialised in the finishing of highly sensitive knitted

Commitment to its forward-thinking core vision, CMT corroborated its commitment to the environment by backing the acquisition of the machine with a Brückner heat-recovery system.

CMT is a leading garment manufacturer, headquartered in Mauritius, with design and marketing offices in the UK and France.In addition, the consumption of thermal energy can be visibly reduced and thus allow a significant reduction in the production cost.

The company is specialised in fast-fashion jersey-wear for high-street retailers in Europe and the US.Brückner Textile Technologies, a leading Germany based textile machinery manufacturer, has partnered with Compagnie Mauricienne de Textile Ltée (CMT) for a machine specialised in the finishing of highly sensitive knitted fabric, with an elastane content of up to 15%.New machine From the pin-on-point to the interior of the dryer, the machine characterises a belt that supports the moist fabric over the complete width.

This system is said to achieve a considerable output increase through aerodynamic optimization, with even reduced energy consumption and an air circulation that treats the fabric gently.