Fong’s, Monforts Fong’s, Xorella, THEN, Goller, FWT and Monforts are the leading brands under CHTC FONG’S Industries, and also the renowned labels in the global textile industry. The CHTC FONG’S Group is proud to present the “one-stop” sustainable solution in dyeing and finishing range of “pre-treatment, dyeing, post-treatment and waste water treatment” at ITMA ASIA+CITME 2016 in Hall 6, C01, National Exhibition and Conventional Center, Shanghai, China from Oct 21st to Oct 25th.
- Fong’s DYECOWIN, high temperature dyeing machine
DYECOWIN is a breakthrough in the long tube dyeing machine operating with a much lower running liquor ratio of up to 1:5. The production cost can much be saved. The patented fluid distributor at the rear of the machine can adjust the distribution of dyeing solution according to different fabric types and ensuring an organized fabric stacking pattern.
The rollerless design overcame the tangling problem with conventional dyeing machines. The fabric surface defects such as scratch marks and light spots caused by unsynchronized motion between nozzles and rollers can so be minimized. The patented “CONJET’ nozzle technology can ensure the quality of finished products by enabling precise adjustments of flow velocity and pressure without the needs of dismounting. The productivity and efficiency is much enhanced.
The rectangular fabric delivering channel allows fabric to have free expansion and run smoother along the channel, thus reducing crease marks effectively.
Furthermore, Fabric cycling velocity can reach up to 600m/min for light fabrics. The load capacity can be increased while the outstanding dyeing results are still able to achieve.
- Fong’s SUPERWIN, high temperature single flow package dyeing machine
SUPERWIN is more than an ordinary dyeing machine running adopts single I-O flow. The revolutionary wave dyeing technology and intelligent control reduce the liquor ratio close to 1:3. SUPERWIN empowers your production to the leading edge of efficiency and eco-friendliness.
Low Liquor Ratio: During a single inside-out flow process, dye liquor discharged from the pump enters the carrier and passes through the spindles, then reaches the packages and diffuses outwards. Only a sufficient water level is required at the kier bottom to maintain steady pump pressure and it is not necessary to have all packages fully immersed with liquor, hence lower liquor ratio is achieved.
Innovative Wave Dyeing Technology: By executing a specific period of change in pump frequency, smashing the packages like waves such that it could move under differentiating pressure would lead to perfect utilization of the advantage of dual flow concept, but in a much lower demand of water and electricity.
- Then SYNERGY 8 SUPER, aerodynamic high temperature dyeing machine
SYN 8 SUPER – The most advanced aerodynamic high temperature dyeing machine. It has individual blower per tube. The pressure loss due to resistance can be much minimized by eliminating manifolds. Thus the efficiency is improved and there is significant reduction in energy usage. The individual control on separate tubes ensures sustained operation in case of tangling or any emergencies. Better flexibility, quality and ergonomics for dyeing can be obtained. SYN-8 SUPER equipped with Integrated Intelligent Rinsing (IIR), Fuzzy Logic Temperature Control Technology and FC30EX Program Controller providing comprehensive control management. The input of labor is reduced while the productivity can much be enhanced.
Optimized Airflow System: The design of impeller and case structure of the blower are closely coordinated to ensure smooth AIRFLOW movement within the system. The nozzle performance has thus been optimized and the dyeing quality of fabric is improved.
Dual Nozzle Device: Having an additional jet nozzle system to allow more operation modes as well as different dyeing applications. In these coordinated condition, the electricity consumption of the pump can be saved up to 30%.
Automatic Cleaning Function of Nozzle: The nozzle gap size is adjustable providing flexibility to different dyeing application procedures as well as automatic cleaning function.
- Goller SINTENSA CYCLONE TANDEM, high efficiency washing compartment
The newly-designed GOLLER washing compartment – SINTENSA CYCLONE TANDEM can reduce fabric’s running tension by means of the following two points.
- By optimizing fabric’s running route. The optimized fabric’s running route and the increased cladding intensity of the driven rollers and driven drums can keep the speed of the running fabric in accord with the speed of driven rollers and driven drums, stabilize the processing conditions for fabric in the washing compartment and enhance the accuracy of synchronization so as to facilitate the minimization the running tension of fabric.
- By the specially-designed rotor being installed on the driven drum (perforated). The rationale behind is that when the range is running, the rotor can rotates at different speeds under liquor and the high-speed water stirring of rotor can result in low pressure and thus achieving the suction effect of the running fabric. As a result of this, the problem of fabric-slipping can be avoided and the lower running tension can be resulted.
SINTENSA CYCLONE TANDEM can indeed guarantee energy-saving, emission reduction and production costs-saving and make the open-width washing process for knitted fabric more smooth and efficient.
- Monforts Fong’s stenter MONTEX 6500, stenter frame range with the heat recovery “Eco Booster” system
The MONTEX 6500 of Monforts Fong’s Textile machinery Co. adopts technology originated from the cutting-edge technology of the A. Monforts Textilmaschinen GmbH & Co. Twin air technology allows top and bottom airflow to be regulated separately. The Integrated exhaust duct saves extra ducting works on top of the chamber roof; CAD Stream nozzles allow uniform distribution of hot air resulting in even temperature across the fabric.
Programmable logic process controller (PLC) – Its expandable and adaptable features could cope with all practical tasks arising in modern textile finishing. It has features of “programmable control functions” , “operation of the range via panels along the machine” , “storage of set-up data sets” , “Integration of setting values for measuring and control devices” , “batch management” , “network interfacing” , “automatic nozzle pressure control” etc.
Besides, the new heat recovery device “ECO BOOSTER” as an integrated option for the MONTEX 6500 which fits for the growing awareness towards further reduction on energy consumption. Low maintenance and no standstill times, automatic cleaning processes, are the key features of this new “ECO BOOSTER”. Also, the new cleaning system “Disc-O-Clean” rotary screen lint filter is a fully automated cleaning system for the front chambers where most lint occurs, hence, it ensures a consistently high performance of Montex 6500 stenter.
- Monforts Timatec Coating Solutions, cut models of different coating options
Monforts will also present its latest Timatec modules for coating. The recently acquired Timatec Company has already resulted in first orders from Italy, Germany, Mexico and Colombia.
Cut models of different coating options will be on show for ‘Knife over Air’, ‘Knife over Roller’, ‘Magnetic Knife’ and ‘Screen Printing’ versions of coating units as well as the multifunctional unit incorporating all options into one most versatile unit.
Special focus will also be given on Monforts competence in Denim Finishing Ranges especially featuring the new ‘Eco Denim’ range and the High Speed Denim Finishing version.
Monforts Technologists for continuous Dyeing and Technical Textiles will be available on the exhibition to for provide detailed advice.
Being the leading dyeing and finishing equipment suppliers in the world, CHTC Fong’s provides not only a comprehensive range of high quality and advanced dyeing and finishing machineries, but also timely and thoughtful after-sales technical services to the customers worldwide. To explore more about the new technology and products of CHTC Fong’s, visit ITMA ASIA+CITME 2016 at stand Hall 6, C01.