PLETMASH to present MAGEBA shuttle and rapier looms
PLETMASH LLC will take part in the 20th edition of the International Exhibition for Textile Manufacturing and Processing, Inlegmash 2020, with its solutions for the textile industry.
The company has been creating state-of-the-art technological processes and laying out manufacturing equipment for the past 15 years to offer effective solutions to textile industry enterprises.
PLETMASH is an official representative in Russia. That is why, among other solutions, the company is going to present at Inlegmash are equipment manufactured by MAGEBA (Germany).
MAGEBA manufactures advanced high-tech shuttle and rapier looms in addition to other equipment.
Both types of looms make a variety of woven ribbons, including light elastic and inelastic, heavy elastic and inelastic, as well as technical textile ribbons. There is a wide selection of loom instruments and accessories for producing any kinds of technical ribbons for aviation and medical materials, mechanical engineering, instrument making and electronic purposes.
In addition, the company manufactures modern finishing lines for impregnation, heat setting and painting of elastic and inelastic ribbons, cords, ropes, and cable made of any material in the continuous process. In one pass, the lines carry out specified technological processes, ensure uniform impregnation, color fastness, and accurate use of the chosen color, and significantly increase strength and wear resistance.
MAGEBA also makes a broad range of warping machines for European-standard sectional drums and customized to buyer drawings.
All MAGEBA equipment boasts high quality and reliability. MAGEBA’s shuttle looms make quality products for a variety of purposes, from decorative ribbons to medical technologies and other high-tech sectors.
MAGEBA started its operations in 1957 as a manufacturer of narrow fabric dyeing and finishing machines. PLETMASH is the official representative of MAGEBA (Germany) in Russia. PLETMASH accomplishes experimental and design projects using warping and finishing looms to produce samples of woven products of varying complexity.