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US' James Heal to display new testing machinery at Techtextil expo

31 May '22
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Pic: James Heal
Pic: James Heal

James Heal, a US-based textile quality control solutions brand, will be demonstrating brand new instruments from its performance testing range at Techtextil exhibition in Frankfurt, on the BTMA pavilion, in hall 12. Techtextil, the leading international tradefair for technical textiles and nonwovens, will be held from June 21-24, 2022.

The company is exhibiting in Europe for the first time since establishing a direct sales operation in Mönchengladbach, which is now selling and supporting its range of precision textile testing instruments and consumables directly in Germany, James Heal said in a media statement.

James Heal, who is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, will be showing its latest innovations including the AirPro Air Permeability Tester, used to measure the resistance of the flow of air through products such as performance apparel, medical textiles, PPE, infant products, nonwovens and geotextiles. 

In addition, visitors to James Heal stand will see the HydroView Hydrostatic Head Tester, used for testing the water resistance of anything from protective gloves, diving dry suits, winter sports apparel, to fishing waders, roofing and ground sheets. ProDry, an instrument to test the drying rate of performance fabrics will also be on show, alongside a brand-new accessory to the range, the StretchiMount.

As well as the provision of test instruments, the company also supplies customers with world-class test materials and provides high quality calibration and servicing. James Heal is a PPT group brand and has offices in the UK and USA, as well as Germany, and is represented globally by a network of agents.

“We are excited to be at Techtextil showing some of our latest products. The teams are really looking forward to meeting customers old and new at the exhibition. It’s great to see trade shows back,” Lutz Gerold, head of sales for James Heal in Germany, said.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)

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