Benninger Küsters DyePad and TRIKOFLEX
Benninger offers solutions for
important textile finishing processes and specializes in the
continuous open-width treatment of fabrics and interlaced yarns.
With innovative process systems, the company increases
efficiency and therefore provides customers with significant
competitive advantages, whether with regard to increasing
productivity, optimizing quality or ensuring ecological
The washing compartment TRIKOFLEX is known for the leading
washing drum with the front and backwashing technology. Due to
this leading technology the TRIKOFLEX compartment guarantees a
high mechanical washing effect and allows not only very low,
controlled fabric tensions, but also the crease-free fabric
transport, even with sensitive goods.
The Original Küsters DyePad allows dyeing of knit and woven
fabrics without any restrictions. This modern CPB dyeing system
can be used on cellulose fibers for woven fabrics as well as
knitwear anywhere in the world due to the controlled dyeing
conditions plus the latest developments in the dye itself.
The Küsters DyePad has been specially designed for the needs
of the Asian markets. Two swimming rollers ensure a maximum
deflection potential and allow dyeing of knit and woven fabrics,
without limitations. This type of dye pad is enjoying a market
share in excess of 80% in CPB dyeing.
Its deflection-controlled S-Roll technology dyes a wide range
of articles in reproducible and premium quality. Through the
various adjustments of the two S-Rolls the dyer receives a high
flexibility. Different fabric design, absorbency tension, weft
distortion and humidity need a high variety of all possible
settings of liquor application.
Benninger offers a complete CPB dyeing station for knits and
woven fabrics, and with this kind of dyeing allows that the
reactive dye is fixed at room temperature. Modern CPB dyeing
systems are controlling dyeing conditions as well as the
developments of the dyes themselves. This method for cellulose
fibres for woven fabrics and knitwear can be applied without any
restriction anywhere in the world.
Despite the enormous efforts of machine designers to reduce
the liquor ratio it remains as a fact that the finishing of
knitwear in jet dyeing machines still requires large amounts of
water and thus also energy. In addition to quality benefits, the
continuous open width finishing process also offers savings,
particularly in terms of water and power consumption.
Benninger’s bleaching and washing plants and the original
BENNINGER-KÜSTERS DyePad suit this type of application to