Karl Mayer: Sustainability in warp knitting, ...
Karl Mayer

Sustainability in warp knitting, and technical textiles for infrastructures

(Source: Karl Mayer)
(Source: Karl Mayer)

Visitors to Karl Mayer's stand at the ITMA Asia + CITME from the warp knitting, flat knitting, weaving and warp preparation sectors will find solutions from the business units KM.ON, Stoll and Karl Mayer Technische Textilien.

For more sustainability, recycled PET and PA yarns can be processed on all Karl Mayer's current machines, without compromising on speed and product quality. In addition, warp knitting can do without sizing. With less water, chemicals and energy than generally used in weaving, woven-fabric-like articles can be produced, as demonstrated by a denim-style dress. The textile for this was created on a Weft.Fashion TM 3 and consists of 73% yarn-dyed, coarse natural fiber flame yarn.

The exhibits of Karl Mayer Technische Textilien will focus on infrastructure and construction. In particular, the wide range of articles for the renovation of pipes, the implementation of roofing systems, the reinforcement of roadways and for use as plaster grids are proving to be bestsellers in China. The Biaxtronic II warp knitting machine with weft insertion has been optimized in terms of its price/performance ratio.

Other highlights include k.innovation Style for the collaborative creation of designs in cross-divisional teams and the new Paperless Solutions, which digitally document machine runs and fabric quality. There will be further innovations and opportunities to talk during the main trade fair days at an in-house show at Karl Mayer (China) in Changzhou.

Following the fair, there will be a hybrid exhibition with a tour of the virtually displayed Karl Mayer exhibition stand, including a wide range of digital information materials such as videos and interviews from the live exhibition with experts.

 

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