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4th October 2009, Obertshausen

Composites focus for Karl Mayer at Techtextil India

Karl Mayer Multiaxial brochureLeading warp knitting machine builder Karl Mayer, is to focus on machines for composites production at this year’s Techtextil India, where it will jointly exhibit with its subsidiary Karl Mayer Malimo.

Karl Mayer says that fabrics from its multi-axial machines are currently in strong demand as textile glass reinforcements in the wind power and boat construction sectors. In addition to showing a range of such fabrics the company will also showcase geotextile fabrics from its RS 3 MSUS-V weft-insertion raschel machines and a range of fabrics from the RS 2 MSUS and RS 3 MSUS weft-insertion raschel machines which are used for digital and dye sublimation printing substrates for advertising banners.

A spokesperson for the company said: “The members of the Karl Mayer fair team are therefore really looking forward to the forthcoming event. They are looking forward to seeing all the important visitors from India and the neighbouring states, have various projects for further negotiations in their locker, and hope to make the company even better known than before.”

 “This is a goal which the exhibits from the Karl Mayer business unit ‘warp-knitting machines’, will enable the company to reach. Here the range exhibited extends from packaging, shading and fishing nets from RS 4 with ISO, RS 4 FN and RDS 11 raschel machines, via mosquito nets from HKS 2 machines to warp-knitted spacer fabrics for use in shoes, mattresses and seats, for example.,” the company added.

 The Karl Mayer exhibition line-up will be completed by warp preparation products for the technical textiles sector.

Click image to view Karl Mayer Multiaxial brochure

Techtextil India, Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai, 10-12 October 2009

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