DiloGroup looks back at a successful show:
Technical textiles – a
dynamic high tech sector
New machine techniques and technologies, interesting products
and spectacular visions of the future: During four days of
Techtextil, international visitors crowded the fairground to
discover high-tech textiles used in applications like foldable
textile floodlights, smart knee braces, warming or cooling
fashion and clothes with integrated LED lights, incombustible
fibres, bicycle frames made from carbon fibre and textile
membranes for stadium roofs. Most Techtextil visitors came from
Germany, Italy, France and Turkey and to the Texprocess from
Italy, Romania and Portugal.
DiloGroup informed about interesting themes and topics and, a
great number of customers and interested parties paid a visit to
the DILO booth. The staple fibre needling lines which consist of
fibre preparation, i.e., opening and blending equipment, card
feeding and cards as well as crosslappers and needle looms, were
the main topic of discussion on the fair.
One important aspect for users is the joint drive and
automatization technique which is used to interconnect the whole
system and which complies with the demands of modern interlacing
and smart production.
Customized production lines for each purpose and value are
designed, manufactured, delivered and put into operation by
DiloGroup. Service and high availability of spare parts support
the high operational availability of DILO needling lines.
DiloGroup not only presented its standard universal lines at
Techtextil 2017 but also its latest innovations which provide
increased manufacturing efficiency, improved end product quality
and greater productivity aided by the degree of automation.
The machines of DiloGroup are used in all the most important
sectors such as automotive, floor coverings, synthetic leather,
geotextiles and filtration.
The new technology “HyperTex” using an inline yarn layer to
produce multi-layer reinforced nonwovens has been developed
especially for filter media, geotextiles and roofing material.
This new approach has been acknowledged with great interest.
In the field of special fibres processing as used for carbon
composite materials made from recycled fibres much headway has
been made. Compact special lines for product development using
recycled carbon fibres are now successfully operated.
In addition, DiloGroup informed about wide carding systems
with high web speeds used in water entanglement lines.
DiloSystems offers such special carding systems in working
widths exceeding 5 m and web speeds of more than 400 m/min.
The great number of customers and interested parties showed
once again that the development potential for technical
textiles, especially for needled nonwovens and composites, has
not yet been fully utilized.