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Thai knitwear manufacturer to install Brückner Power Stenter


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A leading knitwear manufacturer in Thailand and one of the largest vertically integrated apparel companies in Asia, Nan Yang, has ordered a new Power-Frame Stenter from German textile machinery specialist Brückner.

Nan Yang is engaged in manufacturing and marketing readymade knitted garments, knitted fabrics and cotton yarn. The company has already installed machinery imported from Germany, Japan, US, Italy, Taiwan, Switzerland, and many other European countries to ensure a fast and efficient production, reduction of costs, optimum equipment utilisation and reduced manpower and Brückner’s stenter is the recent addition for the company’s heat-setting operations.

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Explaining the technology, Nan Yang describes that Brückner Power-Frame stenter has high drying performance, in combination with a homogeneous air flow and temperature distribution due to alternately arranged thermos-zones and the split-flow design with separately adjustable upper and lower air. Reproducible finishing results and the robust design ensuring a long service life of the machines are further strong advantages of the stenter, the company reports.

It may be noted that Nan Yang supplies apparel and knitwear garments to the world’s most renowned brands such as, Nike, Uniqlo, Lotus, Under Armour, and Adidas.


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