Karl Mayer At ITM 2024 Under Motto Of ‘Master The Change’

The Karl Mayer Group will be presenting itself at ITM 2024 exhibition under the motto of ‘Master the Change’ in Hall 3, Stand A-303.

The German company will be presenting selected solutions to support customers in a market that is as important as it is difficult with a focus on flexibility and speed.

The solutions will focus on profitability despite rising costs, sustainable business practices, flexibility in changing requirements, new business potential and reliable, stable operations despite a shortage of skilled labour.

One of the main exhibits will be the HKS 3-M ON PLUS, a tricot machine which offers an exceptional, flexible product range and maximum speed, even with strongly changing yarn consumption.

The machine produces square marquisette items as well as robust shoe fabrics, also in coarse gauges, and works at maximum speed despite a wide variety of pattern changes, thanks to the ground-breaking Advanced Feeding Control (AFC) function.

The booth will have examples from the extensive production range of HKS 3-M ON PLUS, including an article based on a square marquisette, which could not previously be reliably produced in gauge E 18.

Also on show will be a brand new Seersucker-article from a TM 4 EL and trendy Rascheltronic items for fashion and sportswear, terry fabrics, curtains and corduroy fabrics for the home textiles sector.

The space will also have on display lace articles with a unique appearance for lingerie and new textile solutions for the footwear sector, among others.

Customers can also look forward to a presentation of the latest Care Solutions products. The exhibition will focus on the Customer Portal, which gives users access to the digital world of Karl Mayer Group.

The focus will also be on the brand new Energy Efficiency Solution (EES), which supports warp knitting companies on their way to lower energy consumption and greater sustainability.

Stoll will be presenting four machines like the CMS 503 ki E7.2 and CMS 502 ki E3.5.2, two models from the economic range of the CMS series for the volume market among others.

Also on display is the flatbed CMS 530 ki BcW E7.2, which brings chic and variety for production of technical textiles and an ADF 530-32 ki FLEX E7.2, a brand new, highly flexible machine.

The new Stoll Trend Collection which has just been completed will be presented under the exciting heading ‘Nocturno’.

The focus of KARL MAYER’s exhibitions for the warp preparation sector focus on cost-effectiveness and sustainability.

The brand-new system Cascade offers customers a solution that enables them to significantly reduce steam consumption on sizing machines and dyeing systems.

Depending on the process conditions and system design, a steam saving of around 7 percent is possible. For the denim industry, which is strongly anchored in Turkey, Karl Mayer has a media show for the BLUEDYE in its trade fair baggage.

Thanks to clever technological details, the indigo dyeing unit is three times more efficient and two times cleaner than conventional counterparts on the market.

Smart Size Box is a technology that monitors the condition of wear components and therefore makes a valuable contribution to predictive maintenance.

The customer benefits from significantly less unplanned downtime. In addition, a combined Care X-Tend and Connectivity Package for a next-generation after-sales service will be presented.

At the booth, Karl Mayer will also promote the Multi-Matic 32 Compact warp sampling machine, which offers twice the productivity of the previous model and enables simple, fast pattern changes.

The Link-Matic system will also be promoted as a sophisticated automation solution that considerably simplifies batch changeovers on indigo and sizing machines

Machines from Karl Mayer Technische Textilien are used to produce textile concrete reinforcements, roofing materials and plaster grids that make construction and renovation easier, more environmentally friendly and faster.

Other products include geogrids and composite structures for infrastructure projects, which offer various functions in one material with a sophisticated composition.

One example of this is slope stabilization. The textile grids with or without a nonwoven enables the construction of steeper, safer embankments to optimize land use and reduce the disruption of a structure.

The COP MAX 4 offers applications for wind power. The multiaxial warp knitting machine produces glass non-crimp fabrics for the reinforcement of composites, which set standards for rotor blades in terms of span widths.

KM.ON will be showcasing innovative digital solutions at ITM that enable textile companies to significantly increase the efficiency of their value creation and the quality of their products.

The highlight of the presentation is the launch of two products. The first is the Digital Product Management (DPM), which massively simplifies management and enables considerable cost reductions.

The Quality Monitoring System (QMS), a revolutionary solution for quality management on warp knitting machines.

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