Algerian EPE-EATIT- SPA group that cover a large range of textiles from garments to home textiles, professional clothes, and technical textiles has ordered a coating and laminating line from Germanyâ€™s Bruckner, leading producer of high-tech lines for the dry finishing of knitted and woven fabrics.
Recently EATIT bought 52 DORNIER looms to produce woven fabric made of polyamide and cotton for the domestic market. The old lines of the finishing and coating division have been replaced by new lines in order to carry improved production standard with modern equipment.
The Management decided to follow this direction consequently and ordered a coating and laminating line from the only remaining German producer of textile machinery, BRÃœCKNER.
The heart of the line is a 6-compartment stenter with a working width of 2.40 m, providing with its alternatingly arranged and patented split-flow technology for the temperature uniformity which is a prerequisite for the coating and laminating processes.
The line is designed for a high production speed. To allow a production without interruptions there is a roller-type fabric accumulator with high fabric contents directly behind the unwinding unit for raw fabric. A padder, a coating unit and a laminating calender at the exit allow the owner to apply a multitude of different applications onto his article. Among other things it is possible to make functionalizations, paste or foam coating and laminating with films or textile bonding.
EATIT has taken an important step to offer in future competitive and innovative textiles by making on the new BRÃœCKNER coating and laminating line all products required by its market.
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