imat ON AIR "From waste to value - new machines for old textiles" with Trützschler Spinning
Guests: Christian Franke, Trützschler Spinning
The online talk "From waste to value - new machines for old textiles" is part of our series of events along the project "Recycling the Future Automotive Interior" which deals with the mechanical recycling of old clothes and is co-financed by the European Union as part of the INTERREG Germany-Netherlands program.
The German-Dutch project partners include the German company Trützschler, who is an expert in spinning preparation for cotton and man-made fiber sectors. The webinar will cover the topic around the various wastes that are generated in the textile process and are given a second life as a valuable raw material.
In this session, you will learn all about:
- The development and refinement of a specialized machine
- The production of high-quality yarns with a very special character from mixed textile waste
Secure your place - attending is free of charge but limited!
The Trützschler Group is a German textile machine manufacturer based in Mönchengladbach. The family business is divided into the Spinning, Nonwovens & Man-Made Fibers and Card Clothing divisions. Machines, systems and accessories for spinning preparation, the nonwovens industry and the man-made fiber industry are produced at eight locations worldwide. In addition to the four plants in Germany, these include production sites in China, India, the USA and Brazil as well as a development site in Switzerland. In the spinning business area (yarn spinning), the Trützschler Group is the technology and market leader in spinning preparation for the cotton and man-made fiber sectors.