Oil-free compressed air for all textile applications
We are a total offering supplier, meaning we provide end-to-end solutions in the field of compressed air for every application in the textile production process. Delivering a reliable one-stop solution for our customers adds to their efficiency and peace of mind.
Save consumption with energy recovery
Energy consumption of a compressor represents over 80% of a compressor’s life cycle costs. Additionally, 99% of their C02 emissions are caused by their energy consumption. Our energy recovery option allows our customers to reduce the total cost of ownership of their products as well as their carbon footprint by recovering up to 95% of the electrical energy it requires.
• Heating feed water to boilers to produce steam. Hot water is used for yarn and fiber treatment to achieve dimensional stability, wrinkle and temperature resistance, as well as increased volume.
• The coloring of fabric uses considerable volumes of hot water.
Applications in the textile industry
Spinning methods including ring, open and air-jet spinning.
Yarn is intermingled using a jet of air through a nozzle.
The yarn is blown across by a jet of compressed air as a means for weft transportation.
Compressed air is just for pneumatic transport of fabrics and PET chips.
Man-made fiber production
The production of partially oriented yarn (POY) and fully oriented yarn (FOY) uses compressed air.
The production of garments is an organized activity consisting of processes such as laying, marking, cutting, stitching and more. Compressed air for pneumatic tools is used for many of these processes.
Winding/coning and dyeing non-woven textiles
Transferring the spinning yarn to a spool or cone is done with the help of compressed air in textile factories.
Winding yarn from a cone or cheese package on to a warp beam.
The process of straightening and parallelizing of fibers and the removal of short fibers and impurities by using a comb on combs assisted by brushes and rollers.
Water used during the production of textiles must be treated before it can be released back into nature. More on wastewater treatment