At this year’s ITMA Asia, which takes place from June 12 to June 16 in Shanghai the Trützschler Group presents a selection of exciting innovations from its business units Spinning, Card Clothing, Man-Made Fibers and Nonwovens.
Always innovating for spinning
Building on the success of the industry benchmark TC 10 card, Trützschler introduces its TC 15 card for the Chinese market. This 1.28-meter-wide card offers 30 to 50 percent higher output than the 1-meter-wide TC 10 card, depending on the specific spinning process and material involved.
In 2011, Trützschler introduced the 1.28-meter ideal width carding machine to the global market for the first time. The TC 15 was created based on vast experience accumulated by Trützschler in wide carding machine technologies, and offers significantly improved production capacity, quality and equipment handling. For these reasons, the company is confident that the TC 15 will become the benchmark for high-performance carding in China.
A range of improved features for blow room equipment
Since it was launched in 2019, the Trützschler portal bale opener BO-P has received a great response from the market. To expand this positive development in the blow room section, Trützschler has developed a new pre-cleaning machine called the CL-X – with its introduction at the exhibition in June. Compared to its predecessor model CL-P, it cuts energy consumption by up to 30 percent, offers up to 100 percent capacity improvement and even better cleaning capabilities.
A proven draw frame solution
Since the TD 10 was launched at the ITMA Asia in 2018, it has been embraced by the market. The company’s presence at the ITMA Asia in 2021 marks another opportunity for potential customers to find out more about this proven machine.
Equipment for nonwovens and man-made fibers that meet a variety of needs
With environmental protection becoming an increasingly important topic, Trützschler Nonwovens’ focus is on technologies for producing biodegradable, lightweight webs from renewable raw materials. In collaboration with Voith Trützschler Nonwovens developed alternative technologies, such as wetlaid/spunlace (WLS) processes and carded-pulp (CP) processes. Both solutions already have been successfully applied at customer sites.
Another focus is on high-speed spunlacing lines for disinfectant wipe materials. With two or even three cards in line, highest production capacities can be achieved that answer the unbroken demand in the hygienic wipes segment.
The Man-Made Fibers division offers a new four-end BCF process for spinning tri-color carpet yarns. The TO-40 system is based on the successful OPTIMA platform. Other four-end OPTIMA solutions are the MO40-C extrusion system for standard BCF yarns and the flexible MO40-E system for both standard and high-count qualities.
In addition to highlights from its Spinning, Nonwovens and Man-Made Fibers business units, the Trützschler Group also presents its comprehensive services and high-performance clothings for cards, as well as digital solutions and parts for machines.