DiloGroup: Cooperation with Dell’Orco & Villa...

Cooperation with Dell’Orco & Villani and TechnoPlants

(Source: Dilo Group)
(Source: Dilo Group)

With regard to current and imminent requirements to strengthen and promote the recycling of garment waste in order to save valuable textile fiber in the European but also worldwide textile economy DiloGroup has announced the start of a close cooperation between the German company Dilo and the Italian companies Dell’Orco & Villani and TechnoPlants. This cooperation forms a strong group of expertise to supply complete projects in the area of textile recycling.
Dell’Orco & Villani Srl, Capalle/Italy, is a specialist in the field of tearing equipment to recycle textile garment clippings. This technology maintains as much as possible the staple length of reopened fiber from yarn in knitted and woven textiles. The special tearing process avoids the downgrading and shortening of the staple.
TechnoPlants Srl, Pistoia/Italy, is a specialist in the field of aerodynamic web forming and through air technology with particular emphasis on reclaimed fiber for various applications as for example in acoustic and thermal insulation, car parts, upholstery and bedding.
DiloGroup with DiloSystems GmbH, Eberbach/Germany, is a general contractor who is specialized in the area of fiber preparation, carding, cross-lapping and needling who will act as a turnkey general provider of complete projects including Dell’Orco & Villani components to reclaim wasted fiber as well as TechnoPlants components when aerodynamic web forming is included or when carding, cross-lapping is selected together with through-air ovens and end-of-line equipment including packaging from TechnoPlants.
The expertise of the 3 companies together is a source for the complete know-how in this large area of applications to reuse fiber from textile waste in new nonwovens materials.

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