BRÜCKNER to exhibit at ITM in Istanbul from 14 – 18 June in hall 14, booth 1406B

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BRÜCKNER Textile Technologies, a leading made in German Textile Machinery company, is going to show their latest sustainable machinery at ITM from 14-18 June at Istanbul, Turkiye.

The German machinery producer BRÜCKNER used exactly these chances and repositioned itself during the pandemic period. For more than 70 years, the family-run company has been specialized in individual finishing concepts for textiles, technical textiles, nonwovens and floor coverings. The current challenges in the textile industry are serious. The clear increase of the energy costs and the general uncertainty of the energy supply as well as political requirements make a profitable textile production more and more demanding for many companies.

In response, BRÜCKNER has created a new stenter idea with a dual heating system. The lines can run on gas or oil, depending on availability, but various combinations with steam or renewable energies are also possible. As a result, production delays and equipment downtime can be avoided to the greatest extent possible. Furthermore, BRÜCKNER has created intelligent assistance systems for its machines that assist the machine operator in selecting the most effective technique for running the line. New energy-efficient motors, as well as heat-recovery and exhaust air cleaning systems, can save even more energy. This also aids in the reduction of hazardous emissions.

Interested consumers can receive a firsthand look at BRÜCKNER’s new breakthroughs at the upcoming trade shows ITM in Istanbul in June. This features the innovative OPTI-COAT 2in1 coating device, which combines the benefits of floating knife and knife-over-cylinder application into a single system. The unit’s design makes it easy to do maintenance and cleaning tasks, and it produces outstanding coating results.

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