Trützschler @ ITMA 2023: Latest innovations f...
Trützschler @ ITMA 2023

Latest innovations for the entire textile sector

(Source: Trützschler)
(Source: Trützschler)

The textile machinery producer Trützschler Group SE, Mönchengladbach/Germany, will introduce the latest machines and technologies from the entire group – including Spinning, Card Clothing, Nonwovens and Man-Made Fibers.
Trützschler Spinning will showcase innovations for carding, draw frame and combing which meet the most important customer requirements in fiber processing: higher efficiency, more sustainable raw material utilization and intelligent automation – while also displaying the potential of digital technologies for spinning mills. Visitors can also look forward to the introduction of the new brand Truecycled for textile recycling. This will enable customers to produce sliver with the highest possible level of quality and make it possible to turn waste into value. Trützschler Card Clothing (TCC) will present a wide range of technologies from its clothing portfolio, which covers the complete spectrum of applications in the spinning and nonwovens markets. This includes all of the service features and machinery equipment that are supported, which will be demonstrated live at the booth as part of an “Action Point” presentation.
Trützschler Nonwovens will focus on solutions that improve nonwovens production processes. The story of innovations for needle-punching will be told at 2 stands: Trützschler Nonwovens will concentrate on the holistic T-Suprema package of machinery, tailor-made production lines, integrated digital support and global service. Furthermore, Trützschler Man-Made Fibers will demonstrate the power of Optima, Trützschler Man-Made Fiber’s flexible platform for all types of Bulk Continuous Filament (BCF) carpet and Industrial Yarn (IDY).

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