Although the Emergency in Italy due to Covid-19, Danitech plants are running regularly, and only small delays are expected due to logistic issues.
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E’ iniziato il conto alla rovescia per l’attesissima fiera ITM Istanbul 2020!
Ferraro sarà presente, e in occasione della fiera mostreremo per la prima volta gli ultimi sorprendenti sviluppi nella tecnologia del finissaggio che rivoluzioneranno il mercato negli anni a venire.
Se volete saperne di più passate a trovarci al nostro stand, il numero 1214B “Feteks”, nel padiglione 12.
Vi aspettiamo a Istanbul dal 14 al 18 luglio 2020 al TÜYAP Fair Convention and Congress Center!
Mahlo GmbH + Co. KG will be presenting product solutions for high-quality and efficient nonwovens production at Index 2020 from October 20 to 23 in Geneva, Switzerland. On booth 47229 you can see, among other things, the latest sensor development for the established quality measurement system Qualiscan QMS-12.
Nonwovens are used in almost every industrial sector and are becoming increasingly important: filter nonwovens ensure clean drinking water, the health sector relies on nonwovens for infection protection, and extremely durable geotextiles play an important role in the construction of dams. No matter what tasks the nonwoven products perform, their functionality must always be 100% guaranteed. However, this can only be achieved if every production step runs flawlessly and all specifications developed in advance are fulfilled. Important parameters in the manufacturing process are weight per unit area, moisture or layer thickness. With its established system solutions, Mahlo can determine these values reliably and without contact. In this way, the German machine manufacturer helps manufacturers and finishers to achieve first-class quality standards and maximum efficiency in production.
The modular system, which also includes sensors and measuring frames, measures, records and controls critical parameters such as basis weight, moisture or layer thickness across the entire width of the fabric. Depending on the application and task, different measuring methods are used for this purpose. Among others, there is a choice of X-ray and beta radiation, white light interference or near-infrared measurement. The latter also uses the latest technical development from Mahlo: as the Infralot IMF-T version, the basis weight and moisture sensor also uses the transmission method for the first time when measuring. This makes it the ideal solution for thicker materials up to 500 g/m². In addition, in contrast to conventional methods, it completely dispenses with a rotating filter wheel. With Mahlo’s newly developed simultaneous filter, all wavelengths are measured simultaneously and at the same point. Instead, the light is distributed simultaneously to six detectors. This eliminates measurement inaccuracies and enables true seed-spot measurement of reference and absorption resonances.
Visitors to the Index will find further solutions, tailored to their needs and requirements, from the Mahlo experts at booth 4229.
First-hand information for the textile industry :
How do I produce sustainably, with high quality and yet economically? These questions are also being asked by the textile industry in Bangladesh, one of the world’s strongest markets. They were answered at an open house of the textile machinery supplier Tootal Quality Resources Ltd in Dhaka at the beginning of the year.
Together with six other partners, the German machine manufacturer Mahlo GmbH + Co KG presented innovative and sustainable production methods to the 250 or so decision-makers from the local textile industry who were present.
Together with its partners Mahlo, Brazzoli, Cubotex, Ferraro, Hohenstein Institute (OekoTex), Mario Crosta, and Bangpoo Chemicals, Tootal had designed an interesting and informative program for its guests – the “who’s who” of the industry. The interplay of current developments and green technology were the dominant themes. For Mahlo GmbH, Sales Manager Thomas Höpfl and Area Sales Manager Adnan Andac presented ways in which control systems in production improve overall performance and profit. “Textile producers are confronted with many challenges such as sustainability, various consumer demands, increased quality requirements or rising costs for raw materials and personnel”, said Höpfl.
Meeting all these requirements is demanding and time-consuming. The solution: data-based textile production based on the principles of Industry 4.0. “Without a coupling of machinery, information transparency and technical support, sustainable production is no longer possible”. For practical implementation, the think tank from Bavaria has developed the mSmart digitization concept. Its system modules – including the control room software mPilot and the data analysis tool mLog – enable the machines to communicate with each other and guarantee the machine operator full transparency of the data.
In their presentation Höpfl and Andac also showed which process control systems Mahlo uses to make the processes around the stenter frame traceable and thereby controllable. “Safety margins are thus a thing of the past. Your production gains in performance, quality and profit,” the experts from Saal told the audience.
The expert audience listened attentively to the technical presentations of all speakers and then used the opportunity for intensive discussions. The Open House thus fulfilled the organizers’ goal of providing a networking platform where entrepreneurs, industry experts and scientists can exchange their insights on technology trends. An entertaining supporting programme between the presentations with laser show, folklore dancers and music provided a light-hearted atmosphere and kept the attention high.
In addition, action islands with games such as a golf simulator or wheel of fortune created a suitable setting for informal discussions. “We were enthusiastic about the event and would like to express our special thanks to Tootal Quality Resources, who created a forum for customers and partners in such a pleasant way”, Höpfl concluded.
ITM International Textile, Yarn, Knitting, Weaving, Dyeing, Printing, Finishing and Hosiery Machineries, Sub-Industries and Chemicals Exhibition organized by Tüyap Fairs and Exhibitions Organization Inc & Teknik Fairs Inc. partnership with the Cooperation of TEMSAD (Turkish Textile & Machinery Industrialists Association) will be held at TÜYAP Fair Convention and Congress Center, Istanbul – Turkey. More than 1000 textile technology producer companies are presenting their latest models in operation.
ITM, the largest exhibition in Turkey and in the region, is among the most important exhibitions in the World.
In Istanbul – Turkey – 2 – 6 of June 2020.
Our stand location: Hall 2 stand 215A
Spaces in front of the interactive screens were always filled. In discussions, the trade fair visitors were given an insight into the diversity of the corporate group.
Convinced as an eye-catcher: the driverless transport systems for use in spinning mills (above) and in weaving mills (below)
Dear exhibitors and visitors to INLEGMASH 2020,
We would like to inform you that the 20th edition of the INLEGMASH International Exhibition will run as scheduled from March 17 through 20, 2020.
EXPOCENTRE is closely following current developments around the outbreak of the coronavirus and acting in line with the guiding instructions issued by the Russian government as well as countermeasures and recommendations enforced by the Federal Service for Surveillance in the Sphere of Protection of Consumer Rights and Well-being of People.
EXPOCENTRE’s medical unit is being constantly updated on the situation and is fully equipped with everything necessary.
Within EXPOCENTRE’s fairground there is a medical team on duty stationed in ambulance.
Recommended safety measures are being taken such as disinfection of air duct systems, lift cabins, escalators, entry doors. Visitors and exhibitors are provided with medical face masks. Within the territory disinfectors for hands are installed.