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Textiles in civil engineering – Benefit from rethinking!
Technical textiles conquer new fields of applications e.g. infrastructure and civil engineering, replace conventional solutions and take over the function as a reinforcing material.
The RACOP 2-NW and the sister machine RACOP 3-NW are high speed raschel machines with two or three guide bars for production of stitch bonded nonwoven fabrics. The RACOP NW is the successor of the successful LIBA RACOP V series. Target applications of the RACOP NW are interlinings, sanitary products, cleaning wipes, insulating materials, clothing, furnishing fabric, foil and carpet.
Solution for the highly efficient production of face masks
The coronavirus infection rates are rapidly increasing worldwide, and require readily available solutions. With its raschel machines, KARL MAYER offers a manufacturing technology for the highly efficient production of mouth and nose masks.
KARL MAYER’s future- and customer-oriented indigo dyeing machine is an efficient tool for the production of uniformly dyed indigo warps made at the highest econonomical level and produced with an environmentally conscious process.
This indigo rope dyeing machine impresses with an extremely solid physical bond of the indigo dyestuff, homogeneous build-up of ropes as well as excellent washing results and protects the environment by using less chemicals.
WEFTTRONIC® II G
The WEFTTRONIC® II G is a high-performance warp-knitting machine with course-oriented weft-insertion for the production of grid structures.
RDPJ 6/2 EL – Our first 4D-KNIT.SOLUTIONS machine
The RDPJ 6/2 EL is part of our successful RDPJ machine group. At the same time it opens up a new chapter of double needle bar technology by offering also 4D-KNIT.SOLUTIONS.
GREENDYE – Indigo dyeing in nitrogen atmosphere
With GREENDYE, KARL MAYER presents a newly developed technology for an indigo dyeing process in nitrogen atmosphere, which ensures an optimum setting of the dye in terms of solidity and brilliant tone, at the same time requiring less dye bath volume, chemicals and water.