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Groz-Beckert technology on show in Shanghai

Every two years, the nonwovens industry and anyone with an interest in technical textiles comes together at Cinte in Shanghai.

28th August 2018

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Albstadt

Medical/Hygiene, Industrial, Packaging, Transport/​Aerospace

Groz-Beckert, a leading provider of industrial machine needles, will exhibit its extensive product portfolio and range of services from the felting and carding fields at the upcoming Cinte Techtextil China.

Every two years, the nonwovens industry and anyone with an interest in technical textiles comes together at Cinte in Shanghai, China. A large number of companies will be presenting their product innovations from 4-6 September at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, China.

The company’s Felting division will be focusing on its product and service portfolio: As a development partner, with the staple fibre needle punch line, Groz-Beckert has expanded its range of application consulting service. At the Groz-Beckert booth, visitors will have the opportunity to experience the technology line live on a 3D printed model of the original line in scale 1:18.

“With the Gebecon felting needle, we focus on special needle solutions for a good surface finish in pre-needling. In addition to the EcoStar felting needle and the new Groz-Beckert dur needle, we will also be presenting the latest product for hydroentanglement – the HyTec P jet strip,” the company reports.

SiroLock. © Groz-Beckert

In the Carding division, visitors can explore the extensive product range offering optimal specifications for a wide range of applications and experience a selection of card clothing on an acrylic roller card model, including the high-performance worker and doffer wires EvoStep and SiroLock.

Groz-Beckert is a leading provider of industrial machine needles, precision parts and fine tools as well as systems and services for the production and joining of textile fabrics. The products and services support the fields of knitting, weaving, felting, tufting, carding and sewing. The family-owned company, founded in 1852, operates with agencies, production and distribution subsidiaries in more than 150 countries around the world.


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