• New swimwear and lingerie collection from Italian knitter
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    Jul,2021

    New swimwear and lingerie collection from Italian knitter
    Brugnoli Giovanni S.p.A., introduces new swimwear and lingerie collection - Extrasize extrajacquard. © Brugnoli Giovanni S.p.A. Intimate Apparel, Swimwear/Beachwear Leading Italian circular knitted fabrics manufacturer Brugnoli Giovanni S.p.A., is further developing its well-known ExtraJacquard technology dedicated to swimwear fabrics. ExtraJacquard is a Brugnoli technology engineered to create extra flat the fabric. It is said to be the best solution for unparalleled colour definition, flexibility in creativity, creating logos or any other design, as well as also being visible on the back of the fabric. During this season Brugnoli says it is going even further with the creation of ‘extralarge’ design. Flat fabrics with embossed details New developments of flat fabrics with embossed details to create movements and convey a happy mood. Alphabet, small patterns - are created either with contrasting colours or tone on tone, according to the required result. Ideal for swimwear and sportswear. Transparencies with lace effect for lingerie and out-of-water Easy-going lace effect, to be used in easy-care and young lingerie but also to add feminine details on sporty garments. Transparencies with MyNy technology by Brugnoli, deliver comfort and freedom of movement, breathability and wrinkle-free fabrics. Double face explosive technology Fabrics with Explosive technology by Brugnoli, are perfectly shaping, with high muscle sustain end with extreme comfort. Perfect for sportswear, ideal for swimwear, comfortable for ready to wear. Until now, Explosive technology fabrics were mainly in solid colours, but today it is possible to add movement effects and double face colours, created with eco-sustainable recycled polyamide. Several colour combinations are presented for swimwear, sportswear and ready to wear. © Brugnoli Giovanni S.p.A. Since 1952 Brugnoli has created circular knit fabrics 100% made in Italy for ready to wear, sports, swimwear and lingerie with innovative and eco- sustainable tailor-made solutions for perfect fit garments of brands in more than 70 countries. Brugnoli has a wide collection of fabrics in polyamide, also recycled, bio-based (Br4 technology-patented) or with enhanced biodegradability - extra fine merino wools with a technical flawless approach both for ready to wear and active lifestyle, protective fabrics for outdoor with stretch membrane, waterproof, windproof and breathable. Together with a specific offer of fabrics for comfortable shirts, trousers, lights and transparencies. Throughout the years Brugnoli has developed several proprietary textile technologies, some of which also have been granted patents. The company says it has been committed to ‘eco-sustainability’ for several years and has been granted certifications such as GRS - Global Recycled Standard, RWS - Responsible Wool Standard, ZDHC - Roadmap to Zero, Oekotex Standard 100, Tessile e Salute, BCI - Better Cotton Initiative, Supima Cotton. www.br...
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  • System solutions and new products from Groz-Beckert
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    Apr,2019

    System solutions and new products from Groz-Beckert
    Groz-Beckert is exhibiting its portfolio for the product areas of circular knit, legwear, knitwear and flat knitwear in Frankfurt next month. © Groz-Beckert Knitwear, Knitted Outerwear, Hosiery/Socks, Technical Textiles Groz-Beckert is exhibiting its portfolio for the product areas of circular knit, legwear, knitwear and flat knitwear in Frankfurt next month. © Groz-Beckert Groz-Beckert, a leading supplier of industrial machine needles, will exhibit its comprehensive product and service portfolio in the knitting, weaving, felting, carding and sewing product areas at the upcoming Techtextil and Texprocess trade fairs, which take place from 14-17 May in Frankfurt, with a special focus on the trend theme Urban Living – City of the Future. In the area of knitting, Groz-Beckert will be exhibiting its portfolio for the product areas of circular knit, legwear, knitwear and flat knitwear. The focus will be on system solutions – precisely coordinated system components enable smooth interaction and thus are designed to ensure uniform appearance of the goods and increased process reliability. Another key topic will be the expansion of the product portfolio, for example, by offering needles in new intricacies – including coated needles. Additional needle types in the patented litespeed plus version and new system components, which have been developed in close cooperation with machine manufacturers meet their high-quality standards and complete the product portfolio. In addition, Groz-Beckert enables its customers to enter new business fields with individual developments for specific applications. Process reliability The sewing product area will present various special application needles on this year’s Texprocess trade fair programme. Their use increases the process reliability and productivity when sewing textiles that make special demands on a trouble-free sewing process. In addition to the special application needles SAN 5.2 and SAN 6 that are both specifically designed for the processing of technical textiles, medium and heavy weaving, the company introduces the redesigned SAN 10 XS special application needle. The sewing product area will present various special application needles. © Groz-Beckert The sewing product area will present various special application needles. © Groz-Beckert In addition, the sewing area will be on-site with INH (Ideal Needle Handling) quality management. The patented process helps customers handle sewing machine needles throughout the sewing process and also provides a digital solution for documenting needle breaks. Other highlights The Academy and the Technology and Development Center (TEZ) will jointly present their cross-departmental service programme. This unites diverse training courses, test services and joint developments under one roof. At Techtextil, Groz-Beckert’s weaving product area will present its range of products for weaving preparat...
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  • New Anti-pilling Fabrics For Innerwear
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    Aug,2021

    New Anti-pilling Fabrics For Innerwear
    Thai Acrylic Fibre (TAF) and World Knitting Textiles, of Samutsakorn, Thailand, have developed a new fabric range for innerwear and base layers using a combination of wool and Pilbloc – a long-lasting anti-pilling acrylic fibre distinguished by its soft touch and thermal comfort. World Knitting Textiles, established in 1986, is an integrated knitting and dyeing and finishing business and a garment manufacturer and exporter with its major markets in USA, EU, and Japan. “Our customers always look for innovation and good quality and everyone knows that acrylic’s unique property is to retain warmth, similar to wool,” said Sombat Chatromyen, managing director of World Knitting Textiles. “Pilbloc, however, is unlike other anti-pilling fibres on the market as the function is inherent in the fibre itself. Another benefit is that the hand-feel of the fabrics produced with Pilbloc is very soft.” “Our Pilbloc has been popular in sweaters and flat knit applications for many years,” added Ashwini Chotani, chief marketing officer at TAF, which is part of the Aditya Birla Group. “Pilling is one of the major problems with synthetic fibres. Pilbloc’s anti-pilling function is generated with a specially engineered process, and hence the function lasts for the life of the garment. Another big advantage with this production process is that, it gives the very soft hand-touch which makes the consumer feel very comfortable while wearing it. “Initially we used to produce it in coarser deniers, but we now also offer micro deniers which make Pilbloc perform even better and can be used for circular knits and very light-weight fabrics that are suitable for innerwear and base layers. World Knitting is one of the top circular knitting mills in Thailand with a good portfolio of overseas customers and it is our pleasure to support them with this innovation.” For this fabric, Welltex's fine gauge series model "WDFG/OW-2.2F", double jeresey interlock open width 38"44G84F circular knitting machine, can produce it.
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  • Circular knitted material innovation for COVID-19
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    Apr,2020

    Circular knitted material innovation for COVID-19
    Hitesh Sharma, a knitting technologist (CQA) and President of the International Federation of Knitting Technologists (IFKT), Canada/US section has developed a circular knitted fabric which can be used for the production of non-medical protective facemasks, to help in the fight against COVID-19. Mr Sharma is very generously making the H97-LoopCluster innovation available to circular knitted fabric manufacturers worldwide at no cost. “This innovation may be distributed among circular knitting fabric manufacturers worldwide, if needed, whose machines are capable to produce this kind of fabric with high speed production. The intention of distribution information is completely non-profit and without any monetary benefits due to this pandemic,” Mr Sharma said in a statement. Details of the innovation are as follows: Technical Material Data:  H97-LoopCluster 1.     Air permeability = 60.2 *tested on Frazier precision tester rating in cubic feet per square foot of fabrics per minute @30” of Murcury,70-degree F and 65% relative humidity. 2.     Yarn Polyfilament (423.6 Micronaire) 3.     Looping qty: 34x54= 1836/2 =918 LoopCluster per square inch 4.     Mask size 6”x7” =42 Square inch. Then in each mask contain of: 42x918=38,556 Looping cluster 5.     Looping height=2.65mm 6.     6.Material weight=14.15 ounce per square yard 7.     Material Thickness =0.44 mm (compare to 0.34 mm normal surgical mask) 8.     Loop size=Front side 0.355mm and Backside 0.275mm “The knitted H-97 LoopCluster material was developed on a superfine circular knitting machine with higher gauge and lower pitch, made by using special type of sinkers and additional interlocking loop casting-off technology for maximum virus protection. During research, the said material has limited possibilities to be developed on flat knitting technology due to machines higher pitch value and limited gauge/cut availability e.g,18. Other technical variations compare to circular knitting technology,” Hitesh Sharma added. “The LoopCluster material prevented to enter glycoprotein spikes existed in corona virus while breathing and stop these virus droplets spreads in the air when a mask worn by a person. These droplets and other small particles can easily land on other people, clothing and surfaces around them, but the LoopCluster material can easily control/hold to dispose the smaller particles in the air while sneezing and coughing.” The study shows that the virus could survive in droplets for up to 3 hours after being coughed out into the air. Fine droplets between 1-5 micrometres in size – about 30 times smaller than the width of a human hair could remain airborne for several hours in still air. However, that copper surfaces tended to kill the virus in about 4 hours, on plastic and stainless steel (up to 2 to 3 days), cop...
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  • 100 Different Types of Fabric and Their Uses
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    Mar,2022

    100 Different Types of Fabric and Their Uses
    If I ask you how many types of fabric in this world? You can hardly say about 10 or 12 types. But you will be amazed if I say that there are 200+ types of fabric in this world. Different types of fabric has different type of uses. Some of them are new and some of them are age old fabric. Different Types of Fabric and Their Uses: In this article we will know about 100 types of fabric and their uses- 1. Ticking fabric: Woven fabric made of cotton or linen fibres. Used for pillows and mattresses. Fig: Ticking fabric 2. Tissue fabric: Woven fabric made of silk or man-made fibre. Used for women’s dress material, sarees etc. Fig: Tissue fabric 3. Tricot knit fabric: Knitted fabric made of exclusively from filament yarn. Used for fitting comfort stretch item like swimwear, sportswear etc. Fig: Tricot knit fabric 4. Velour knitted fabric: Knitted fibre made of additional set of yarn making pile loops on the fabric surface. Used for jackets, dresses etc. Fig: Velour knitted fabric 5. Velvet fabric: Woven fabric made of silk, cotton, linen, wool etc. This fabric is used in making daily wearable cloth, home decor etc. Fig: Velvet fabric 6. Voile fabric: Woven fabric made out different fibre, mainly cotton. It is highly used for blouses and dresses. Voile is one of the most used types of fabric. Fig: Voile fabric 7. Warp knitted fabric: Knitted fabric made in a special knitting machine with yarns from warp beam. It widely used for mosquito netting, sportswear, inner wears (lingeries, brassieres, panties, camisoles, girdles, sleepwear, hook & eye tape), shoe fabric etc. This types of fabric are widely used. Fig: Warp knitted fabric 8. Whipcord fabric: Knitted fabric made from hard twisted yarns with diagonal cord or rib. It is good for durable outdoor clothing. Fig: Whipcord fabric 9. Terry cloth: Woven fabric made with cotton or blend with synthetic fibre. It has a loop pile on one or both sides. It is generally used in making towel. Fig: Terry cloth 10. Terry knitted fabric: Knitted fabric made with two sets of yarn. One makes pile other makes base fabric. Applications of terry knitted fabrics are beachwear, towel, bathrobes etc. Fig: Terry knitted fabric 11. Tartan fabric: Woven fabric. It was originally made from woven wool but now they are made from many materials. It is suitable for wearable cloth and other fashion items. Fig: Tartan fabric 12. Sateen fabric: Woven fabric made with spun yarns. It is used for clothing and decorative purpose. Fig: Sateen fabric 13. Shantung fabric: Woven fabric made of silk or fibre similar to silk. Uses are bridal gowns, dresses etc. Fig: Shantung fabric 14. Sheeting fabric: Woven fabric which can be made of 100% cotton or blend of polyester and cotton. It is primarily used for bed covering. Fig: Sheeting fabric 15. Silver knit fabric: It is a knitted fabric. It made of special circular knitting machines. Widely use for making jackets and...
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  • China’s circular knit sector in full flow
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    Nov,2021

    China’s circular knit sector in full flow
    China’s circular knitting industry is booming in 2021, both at the expense of other major manufacturing countries and the woven sector. In the latest webinar held by technology leader Groz-Beckert on October 4th, consultants from The Fiber Year GmbH outlined the multiple reasons for this. While China’s overall knitting industry output fell by 9% in 2020, after the country was forced to close down to deal with the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, it has subsequently bounced back to full production and has also been heavily investing in new low-cost, high speed and flexible circular knitting capacity, as well as in warp knitting machines, although there has been a significant drop in orders for flat knitting machines from the country. The pandemic resulted in a significant change in apparel demand globally, with a large increase in sportswear and leisurewear based on fine gauge fabrics, heavily influenced by the rise in both home working and the preference for outdoor activities. This shift was at the expense of formal wear which is to a greater extent the domain of woven fabrics. With Covid-19 ongoing, many countries have also been struggling to contain second and third wave outbreaks, with a return to lockdowns in major knitting countries including Bangladesh, Brazil and Vietnam having damaging impacts. These countries are now experiencing order backlogs and inevitably, new orders are flowing back to China. The flexible nature of circular knitting is also bringing benefits in a general move to shorter lot production runs. In the first six months of 2021, China has increased its knitted apparel production by 34%, with exports booming and retail sales in China itself even higher, reflecting the success, both on the domestic markets and in exports this year, of China’s own sportswear brands such as Anta and Li Ning. As a result, The Fiber Year GmbH expects that the global production of knitted fabrics will be on par or above that of 2019 in 2021, although the analysts cautioned that a great deal of uncertainty remains due to both Covid-19 and the current shipping container problem. www.groz-beckert.com www.thefiberyear.com
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  • LGL Electronics to show advanced electronic yarn feeders at Febratex
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    Jul,2014

    LGL Electronics to show advanced electronic yarn feeders at Febratex
    LGL Electronics will be heading to Brazil in August where it will show its range of advanced electronic yarn feeders at Febratex which is being held in Blumenau-SC from 12-15 August 2014. LGL Electronics will be showing at FEBRATEX in Brazil 7th July 2014 Knitting Industry Blumenau Knitted Outerwear, Intimate Apparel, Hosiery/Socks, Sports/Activewear, Swimwear/Beachwear, Household, Technical Textiles Leading Italian producer of electronic yarn feeders for knitting machinery LGL Electronics will be showcasing a range of advanced sustainable yarn feeding solutions at FEBRATEX in August. The show will take place in Blumenau-SC, Brazil from 12-15 August 2014 and LGL can be found in Sector 3, Booth 240. LGL produces a complete and innovative range of electronic yarn feeders for knitting machines from circular seamless to socks, as well as for large diameter circular and flat knitting machines, many of which can be seen on the company’s booth in Brazil.  Since 2011 LGL has been committed to the development and manufacturing of electronic yarn feeders, which help promote sustainable management of resources, and have been attributed a Green Label for high energy efficiency and low environmental impact. Included in LGL’s line-up in Shanghai will be its SPIN 1, COMPACT and brand new ECOPOWER yarn feeding solutions: ECOPOWER ECOPOWER is LGL’s latest development and was introduced at ITMA Asia + CITME for the first time. ECOPOWER has been designed to provide maximum motor torque even at low speed and average power consumption reduction of 30% is claimed. LGL ECOPOWER. © LGL Electronics Features include: Maximum motor torque also at low speeds Average Power consumption reduction 30% Ergonomic solutions for a simple and easy use Alarm light visible from anywhere Electronic brake ATTIVO (optional), LGL patent SPIN 1 With SPIN 1, for bare and covered elastomeric yarns, LGL has further enlarged its range of advanced solutions for yarn feeding of knitting machines, offering a new device conceived to control yarn tension up to 100g at any speed. LGL SPIN 1. © LGL Electronics Main features are: Reacts quickly to speed changes without producing tension peaks Maximum torque available over a large speed range (in particular at low speeds) Low power consumption Yarn measurement system Ease of installation and use Serial and CAN BUS communication Connections: with flat or single cable Ceramic tension sensor: grants precision, accuracy and quick response COMPACT LGL’s Compact, which will also be on show in Shanghai combines reduced dimensions with user-friendliness and reduced power consumption. COMPACT was designed with reduced dimensions, user-friendliness and all of the company’ important recent technical innovations in mind. In 2011 COMPACT was awarded the Green Label for its energy efficiency and low environmental impact. LGL COMPACT. © LGL Electronics COMPACT offers: Very compact dimensions Reduced weight Considerabl...
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  • Groz-Beckert to present latest innovations for knitting segment at ITMA
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    May,2016

    Groz-Beckert to present latest innovations for knitting segment at ITMA
    Transparent knitting and warp knitting machines aim to give the visitor unique insights into the interplay of all components. Groz-Beckert knitting system part - sinker. © Groz-Beckert Knitwear, Knitted Outerwear, Technical Textiles Groz-Beckert, a leading provider of industrial machine needles, precision parts and fine tools, will showcase its latest innovations of its product area Knitting, at the ITM 201 trade fair. The 16th International Textile Machinery Exhibition will take place from 1-4 June in Istanbul, Turkey. The product area Knitting will put the emphasis on the interaction of needles and system parts. Transparent knitting and warp knitting machines aim to give the visitor unique insights into the interplay of all components, the manufacturer reports. On display The CircularKnit exhibit, a circular knitting machine replica made of acrylic glass, will visualize 14 different knitting technologies from gauge E10 to E50. The transparent WarpKnit exhibit will present the warp knitting modules that are new in the Groz-Beckert portfolio. A special highlight from the product range is the further developed litespeed version litespeed plus. Its optimized needle geometry is designed to reduce the machine temperature and lead to significant energy savings in the knitting process. “The acrylic model litespeed plus will show the needle ‘live in action’ in an extraordinary way,” the company reports. Groz Beckert knitting operating module. © Groz-Beckert Groz-Beckert Groz-Beckert is the leading provider of industrial machine needles, precision parts and fine tools, as well as systems and services for the production and joining of textile fabrics. The products and services support the fields of knitting, weaving, felting, tufting, carding and sewing. Groz-Beckert operates with agencies, production and distribution subsidiaries in more than 150 countries around the world. www.groz-beckert.com
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  • Groz-Beckert presents new products at Febratex
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    May,2018

    Groz-Beckert presents new products at Febratex
    Groz-Beckert will present its latest products and services at the upcoming Febratex. © Groz-Beckert Knitted Outerwear, Hosiery/Socks, Sports/Activewear Groz-Beckert, a leading German supplier of industrial machine needles, precision parts and fine tools, will present its latest products and services from the fields of knitting, weaving and sewing at Febratex, which takes place in Blumenau, Brazil, from 21-24 August 2018. At the trade show, the knitting division will be presenting its product portfolio for circular knitting, flat knitting, legwear and warp knitting technologies. The focus will be on presenting system solutions to meet the increasing requirements with regard to wear and demanding textiles, as well as solutions for customer-specific requirements. The smooth interaction of the individual components can be observed in the "glass" knitting machines. New legwear exhibit For the first time at Febratex, this year Groz-Beckert will be presenting the new legwear exhibit. The acrylic exhibit displays various knitting technologies from the fields of socks and hosiery in different gauges, presenting a wide range of Groz-Beckert products in action with needles and system components for up to 10 different models. The product areas of circular knitting and flat knitting also present transparent knitting machines, complementing the presentation of Groz-Beckert's broad range of products in a vivid and unique way. Each of the three acrylic glass machines has individually removable elements for detailed viewing. One particular highlight from the product range is the further development of the litespeed needle – the litespeed plus. The optimised needle geometry is designed to reduce the machine temperature and result in significant energy savings in the knitting process. KnotMaster In the weaving product area, Groz-Beckert will be presenting the quick and universal tying machine KnotMaster AS/3 at Febratex. The high-performance tying machine features modern touchscreen controls, which make the handling transparent and clear. With four lease types, as well as single knots, automatic repeat, double thread and thread breakage monitoring, the AS/3 offers a wide range of features and covers a large number of applications. KnotMaster. © Groz-Beckert The tying machine also has an extensive range of yarns: In addition to cotton and wool, synthetic, mixed and elastic yarns can also be processed. Smart INH In the field of sewing, Groz-Beckert will be focusing on Smart INH. Since 2016, the company has been offering the quality management system INH (Ideal Needle Handling), a patented process for problem-free and time-saving handling of broken and damaged sewing machine needles. With Smart INH, the latest component of the quality management system, Groz-Beckert is now enabling the digital documentation of all needle breakages and all other needle changes. Users are supported by the specially developed INH@site app...
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  • New solution against lint build-up
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    Sep,2019

    New solution against lint build-up
    Groz-Beckert needle SAN SF. © Groz-Beckert Groz-Beckert needle SAN SF. © Groz-Beckert Reduced cleaning requirements and fewer lint-related lines in the knitwear when processing staple fibre yarn in large diameter circular knitting machines is the specialty of the new, patented Groz-Beckert needle SAN SF. The leading German provider of industrial machine needles presented its innovation at this year’s ITMA trade fair in Barcelona. The new SAN SF special application needle takes account of the fact that, by nature, the processing of staple fibre yarn involves a higher amount of lint that can accumulate in the needle track. It was designed to reduce the associated effects and helps to ensure that the knitting process runs fault-free for longer periods of time without prolonged interruptions for cleaning. Contamination Staple fibre yarns are made by twisting fibres of a respectively defined length. During processing in the knitting machine, yarns like these lose fibres due to friction. Protruding fibre ends can also break off. This results in increased fibre fly, which is deposited in and on the knitting machine. In conjunction with oil, contamination thus occurs, which means that the machine must be cleaned regularly to guarantee problem-free processes. If the mixture of oil and fibres enters the needle trick, it can accumulate under the needle shank and raise the needle. This leads to differences in the hook position. The result: formation of lines in the knitwear and potential damage to the needle due to contact with other machine elements. Solution “Here the only remedy is frequent cleaning,” the manufacturer explains. “The machine must be stopped, the needles must be removed and freed from residues in a time-consuming process. The slots of the cylinder must be cleaned. The machine is at a standstill.” Contamination and dust. © Groz-Beckert Contamination and dust. © Groz-Beckert “This is where the new Groz-Beckert SAN SF special application needle comes into play. Its special needle shank geometry prevents dirt from getting under the needles. This means that the machine can run for much longer without the necessity to remove the needles for cleaning even when processing staple fibre yarns and can produce more fabric during the same time.” The needle back is solid, i.e. without cut-outs. It therefore fills the entire needle trick and leaves no space for residues to accumulate. The needle stays in its position and keeps the needle trick clean for longer – up to three times longer in field tests, according to the company. “There are humps on the top side of the needle shank. They also help to transport fibres out of the needle trick and to keep them away from the back of the needle. They also support the trick wall if a neighbouring needle butt is overloaded in multi-track machines.” Benefits The SAN SF is said to significantly reduce the frequency of contamination-related lines in the knitted fabric. Knitting mills may benefit f...
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