Direct or sectional
The warping plays a crucial role in the preparation for knitting and weaving. In this central work step, the yarn previously wound on bobbins is piled onto weaving warp beams and partial warp beams. Up to 1600 threads can be warped onto the beams.
Rapier- and air-jet looms
In the weaving mill, the warped warp beams are mounted on the weaving machines and processed. With our park of air and rapier weaving machines, we offer a balanced ratio of flexibility and cost-effectiveness.
Unraveling the secrets
The partial warp beams from the warping department are used in the knitting department. Knitted fabrics are produced here that are particularly elastic and stable.
Our machine park offers the opportunity to process particularly fine material with our knitting machines and we can also sew over fleeces with our Maliwatt machines.
Adding an extra layer
With our lamination machine we have the opportunity to combine textiles, films and membranes with each other. Widths of up to 2.5 m are possible.
Making it whole
With our wide washing machine and our stenter frames, we offer the possibility of finishing previously produced knitted and weaved fabrics. Here the textiles can be given special properties, such as flame-retardant or water-repellent finishes.
We can also carry out coatings according to customer requirements on our most modern clamping frame.
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