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CREALET and IQ-SPS to exhibit together at Techtextil

The cooperation between the two companies makes it possible to offer weaving machines with an individualised customer-specific range of products.

13th March 2015

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Eschenbach

Industrial, Protective, Agriculture, Civil Engineering, Construction

CREALET custom cloth-take up and let-off motion, IQ-SPS Projectile weaving machine. © CREALETCREALET, the leading provider of electronic warp let-off systems, and IQ-SPS, the specialist in conversions and custom-made weaving machines, will be exhibiting at the upcoming Techtextil exhibition together, when it takes place from 4-7 May in Frankfurt.

The cooperation between the two companies focuses on the upgrading of weaving machines, as CREALET and IQ-SPS bring their skills and expertise to the table.


CREALET modernises and strengthens mechanical warp let-off and take-up motions for weaving machines. Furthermore, complete warp let-off devices are developed for half width and single warp beams on weaving machines, for additional warp beams behind weaving machines and for weaving from creel. These devices are offered for wide and narrow weaving machines.

IQ-SPS works on modernising, strengthening and expanding existing weaving machines. Additional services include customised refurbishments, delivery of spare parts, trainings, consulting and maintenance contracts.

Solutions from a single source

The cooperation of the two companies makes it possible to offer weaving machines with an individualised customer-specific range of products, manufacturers report.

CREALET Warp Beam Stand. © CREALET

The know-how of the two companies is said to ensure for high-quality solutions and added value for customers, which is required for success in this highly competitive market. “Our goal is to offer customers a good-value alternative to the purchase of a new machine,” the companies comment.

The possible areas of application include technical fabrics. Ideal applications include fabrics for advertising, coating carriers, printing grounds, grinding-wheel carriers, tarpaulins, awnings, safety textiles, plaster grids, geotextiles and reinforcing textiles for the construction industry.

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