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Monforts to show coating technologies at Techtextil India

09
Oct '19
Pic: Monforts
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German textile machinery firm, Monforts, will be providing information on its coating and finishing technologies for the production of nonwovens and technical textiles at the Techtextil India exhibition, in hall 4, booth C52. The leading international trade fair for technical textiles and nonwovens will be held from November 20-22, 2019, in Mumbai, India.

“High value-added technical products such as wide-width digital printing substrates, carbon fabrics for high-performance composites, filter media, flame retardant barrier fabrics and heavy-duty membranes are now being coated on Monforts texCoat ranges and finished with the company’s industry-leading Montex stenters,” Monforts head of denim Hans Wroblowski said in a press release.

“Since we acquired the technology that our coating units are based on in 2015, we have made a lot of refinements. All of these developments are reflected in higher coating accuracy and the resulting quality of the treated fabrics. At the same time, our latest multi-functional coating heads offer an unprecedented range of options, with a wide range of modules available,” Wroblowski said.

The texCoat user interface is now equipped with the unique Monforts visualisation system and the magnetic doctor blade has greater power reserves. Options include a carbon fibre-reinforced composite coating drum with a more scratch-resistant surface and maximum rigidity and remote control which simplifies exact adjustment for the operator. Montex stenters in special executions are meanwhile ideal for the drying and finishing of both technical woven fabrics and nonwovens and characterised by high stretching devices in both length and width.

“The European-built Montex range of stenters has earned its leading position in the technical textiles market due to the overall robustness, reliability and economy of these machines. Whatever the intended end-product, and we continue to discover potentially new areas in which technical textiles can be utilised all the time, we have the machine specification and know-how to turn ideas into reality. In India we also benefit from the strong sales and service support of A.T.E. Enterprises,” Wroblowski added.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)

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