Technical Textile & Nonwoven

Heberlein Showing Unique Technical Textile Technologies At ITM

Heberlein will be displaying a unique technology for creating advanced technical textiles with exquisite characteristics at the upcoming ITM 2024 exhibition in Turkey in hall 7, booth A-708.

The Swiss company is a leading supplier of air interlacing and air texturing jets and will show critical components like the latest PolyJet-TG-3, which can influence both yarn properties and processes.

“The new generation of jets impresses with an unmatched even and uniform interlacing density as well as with strong, reliable knots for high tenacity yarn (HT and HMLS),” Heberlein said in a press release.

Heberlein’s latest PolyJet-TG-3 achieves more than 12 knots per metre with 1100f98dtex and 1670f98dtex.

Yarn parameters of tensile strength, elongation, and elasticity show smaller variations, for ultimate quality benefits, as well as improved unwinding behaviour of the bobbins.

High-performance air interlacing jets for technical yarns offer a unique quick-release system, so jet packs can be exchanged within seconds, with just a single 180° turn.

“They also feature a compact, space-saving design and a roll bar to protect the ceramic surfaces,” the company added.

Another technology on show is the TexJet-ATY, which is an innovative air-jet providing options for a wide variety of yarns and optimization possibilities for ATY production.

The technology meets needs of virtually every ATY producer as the air-jet’s unrivalled compact design can produce an impressive range of volumes, covering capacities, overfeeds, texturing and compactness.

Polypropylene yarns used for carpet backing, can be processed in application ranges from 150dtex up to 3,000 dtex with maximum 30 percent overfeed and delivers a higher output of first-grade yarn.

In production of very fine to coarse textured yarns made of polyester, polyamide, and polypropylene, improvements are visible to the naked eye. Yarns are regularly formed with evenly-distributed loops.

Yarn splicers produce a tear-resistant, homogeneous splice of material without knots and all they need is compressed air.

Heberlein’s air splicers produce first-class splices for a wide range of applications for technical fibres where extreme strength characteristics are needed.

Synthetic multifilament yarns, aramid, carbon, or glass can all be spliced with AirSplicer-3 Flex. The range covers from 500dtex up to 30,000dtex depending on the material.

This flexibility results from its innovative width-adjustable design and is ideal for technical and textile multifilament yarns and the new splicer replaces two former units, namely AirSplicer 40-2 and 70-2.

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