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Trützschler to present sustainable technology at ITM 2022

Industry experts and innovative solutions from Trützschler Group will attend the ITM 2022 in Istanbul from June 14-18.

The team will present state-of-the-art sustainable technologies for the textiles industry including all business areas like- spinning, card clothing, nonwovens, and manmade fibers.

Trützschler to present sustainable technology
Figure: With the smart and sustainable solutions, visitors will experience exactly how Trützschler brings this vision to life with technologies.

With the smart and sustainable solutions, visitors will experience exactly how Trützschler brings this vision to life with technologies.

For spinning preparation, the booth will feature the new and easy-to-use combing machine, TCO 21, which maximizes productivity and automation to provide excellent process efficiency and yarn quality.

Based on various graphics and animations, guests get the latest of the pre-cleaner CL-X and intelligent card TC 19i, which utilize advanced air technology and contribute to more energy-efficient spinning mills.

Meanwhile, visitors will also get a chance to see and touch card slivers made from recycled materials at the booth. They can then talk to Trützschler experts about the specially designed recycling card, TC 19i for recycling. It empowers customers to achieve highest possible quality when carding secondary fibers from torn waste through continuous self-optimization.

Trützschler Man-Made Fibers will present news about all variations of the OPTIMA platform for Bulk Continuous Filament (BCF) carpet yarn manufacturing. Whether BCF standard qualities, high-count or tricolor yarns – OPTIMA delivers highest productivity and yarn quality.

Moreover, Trützschler Nonwovens will introduce its new digital solution, T-ONE, which enables its customers to keep an eye on the quality of their products as well as their line performances.

At Trützschler, Turkey is one of its top markets worldwide. The demand for innovative textile machinery solutions is very strong – and it is growing all the time. This trend is driven by the constant push for saving energy and boosting resource efficiency, while cutting costs. The local service team is dedicated to supporting customers at every stage in the lifecycle of machines, and collaborate closely with local partners to deliver outstanding performance.

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