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Itema to show new technical textile machines at Techtextil

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Feb '19
Pic: Itema
Pic: Itema
Itema, the leading manufacturer of best-in-class weaving machines, spare parts, and integrated services headquartered in Italy, will exhibit new machinery at Techtextil North America in stand 1335. The exhibition for technical textile machinery and nonwovens will be held from February 26-28, 2019, at the Raleigh convention centre, North Carolina.

Itema America provides extensive training courses at its premises and/or on-site at Customer mills and, additionally, the Company offers electronic and mechanical services and repairs, as well as timely and reliable spare parts deliveries and upgrade kits. In recent years, Itema further reinforced its traditional leadership in the American market, where the company advanced weaving technology is increasingly appreciated for a wide range of applications, from technical fabrics to furnishing and passing through apparel and home textile fabrics. The latest Itema machine models – the rapier R9500 and the airjet A9500p with its real time filling insertion and best in class air-consumption– have quickly become the machines of choice for many US weavers. Both customers’ satisfaction and Itema machines installed base are increasingly growing leading to extremely positive results for Itema in the American market.

During Techtextil, Itema America team will concentrate in showcasing the company strong offering for technical fabrics weavers. Itema is uniquely positioned to offer technical textile manufacturers the top three weft insertion technologies - rapier, airjet and projectile, in what is the most comprehensive portfolio on the market today for technical applications, the company said in a media statement.

The rapier R95002 is by far the most successful rapier loom in recent history. The continuous roll-out of customised special versions tailored for technical applications, including OPW airbag, fibre glass, bolting cloth, among others, the wide weaving width up to 540 cm, as well as new and advanced devices make the R95002 by Itema the perfect machine to weave the full range of technical textiles, including ones with the finest monofilament, multifilament high tenacity yarns, and multiple pick insertion fabrics.

Looking at specific technical applications the airjet A9500p, the most innovative airjet weaving machine in the market, provides undeniable benefits, matching unparalleled performances and the highest productivity with superior textile efficiency and has already amassed important references, especially in medical applications and automotive fabrics The Itema A9500p is pre-set for independent motorised Jacquard with no cardan shaft, allowing to weave specific technical textiles (such as airbag OPW) with no speed limitations. When it comes to weaving very high density fabrics, the A9500p is customised with dedicated devices to ensure best possible results. Key components are reinforced to ensure optimised machine control and reliability whilst Itema patented devices guarantee reduced air and energy consumption and superior textile efficiency.

Technical fabrics are the specialty of the legendary and unique projectile P7300HP due to the unparalleled versatility and reliability of its weft insertion system. The unmatchable uniqueness of the positive weft transfer consists in the single insertion driven by the projectile, which catches the weft and carries it directly with no exchanges, providing unmatched efficiency. The P7300HP continues to harness great interest from projectile weaving aficionados and represents an unbeaten and unbeatable benchmark for those looking to weave the widest fabrics - up to 655cm weaving width - and high-specialty materials, such as agrotextile, geotextile and carpet backing. (GK)

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