KnitExcellence from Goller at ITMA 2023
The KnitExcellence package includes a full range of machinery for the complete treatment of knitted fabrics – Knit Complexa for bleaching, Knit Mercer for mercerisation, Knit Economica for dyeing and the versatile Sintensa washing concepts for washing after dyeing and printing.
The multi-purpose rollerbed steamers of the Knit Complexa can be used for steaming after bleaching but also washing, when required. The rollerbed in the steamer transports the material while slightly shifting the material from roll to roll to avoid yellowing on the fabric surface. A sump heating equalises the steam condition in the entire compartment and guarantees a homogeneous humidity.
The Knit Mercer unit provides very low tension during caustic treatment and a homogeneous mercerizing effect. Short distances, load cells and drive control provide continuously smooth transport of the material through the machine.
The Knit Economica S Roll padder secures the same pressure over the width of the squeezing rollers and assures an equal dyeing of the fabric The combination of dwelling and drum wash concepts with cyclone rotors realises the best use of washing times and mechanical treatment to minimise water and chemical consumption.
Overall, the Goller Knit Excellence concept is a reliable and efficient package that is well-suited to all wet finishing treatments of knitted textiles. Its robust and high quality design and advanced features make it a popular choice for textile manufacturers around the world.
The Goller Sintensa is a continuous washing machine used for washing off knitted textiles after reactive dyeing and printing as well as polyamide after acid printing, wash off disperse print and every kind of spin oil washing. The machine uses a combination of mechanical action, water and detergent to remove any residual dye or chemicals from the fabric. It can handle large volumes of fabric, making it ideal for use in industrial settings instead of discontinuous treatments.
The machine is designed to minimise water and energy consumption, which can help to reduce operating costs.