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Ganga Fashions chooses Brückner sanforizing range

In 2017 the company bought a Brückner sanforizing range, which was set into production in early 2018.

26th November 2018

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Leonberg


Ganga Fashions, a leading manufacturer, exporter and supplier of suits and sarrees for women, is successfully operating a sanforizing range supplied to it last year by Brückner, a leading supplier of finishing lines for woven and knitted fabrics.

In 2017 the company bought a Brückner sanforizing range, which was set into production in early 2018. The main components of the line are the rubber-belt compressive shrinking unit, a felt calender and the cooling cylinders. The compressive shrinking line provides the fabric with a stable structure, a silk-like shining surface and a smooth hand. In addition, it reduces the residual shrinkage to up to 3%.

From left to right: Mr Shanmughsundaram, Senior Service Engineer, Voltas; Mr Manish Patidar, Sales Engineer, Voltas; Mr Ramnath Narsimha, CEO, Ganga Fashions; Mr Deepak Sabarad, Senior Sales Manager, Voltas. © Brückner

“The machine is very easy to handle. The control of tension and the software allow to treat very light fabrics without any marks. The production speed is up to 70 m/min. The production team is very satisfied, and they recommend this machine especially for difficult and sensitive articles,” the manufacturer reports.

Ganga Fashions was established in 1995 in Surat, Gujarat, India. The company produces colourful and fashionable products in a variety of styles that are both comfortable and attractive. They are designed using advanced technology and superior quality fabrics, the company says.

“The suits and sarees are highly demanded for their shrink resistance, fine stitching, smooth texture, skin friendliness, colour-fastness and comfortable fitting. All these processes are supervised by skilled professionals, who ensure smooth and systematic business process,” the company explains.

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