VDMA: Webtalk on material efficiency and fibe...

Webtalk on material efficiency and fiber recycling in textile spinning


The first VDMA technology webtalk in 2021 is scheduled for January 21 with the topic “Material efficiency and fiber recycling in textile spinning: Approaches for circular economy”.

The experts will give an overview of the recycling processes that can turn old clothes into high-quality yarns and fabrics. Dr. Bettina Temath from the Trützschler Group, Mönchengladbach/Germany, will demonstrate how production waste from spinning preparation can be recycled. She will also present solutions to process recycled fibers made from post-consumer textile waste and explain how the best possible quality can be achieved.
René Bucken from the Saurer Group, Arbon/Switzerland, will present how the use of regenerated fibers increases the share of short fibers in the sliver which tends to decrease spinning mill efficiency.
Michael Wolf, imat-uve GmbH, Mönchengladbach/Germany, will show in his presentation “New life for old clothes - Mixed fiber recycling for high demands”, using a specific project as an example, how high-quality yarns can be developed and produced from old clothing using blended fibers.
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