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Walking The Halls At ITMA

A round up of other important ITMA exhibitors

In this final series of preview articles on ITMA 99, ATI takes a look at other key exhibitors in Paris.A-FATI (Americas Textiles International magazine, with Fiber World and Knitting/Apparel), Atlanta, Hall 1 Stand D 01, will have available copies of its April and May issues featuring extensive information on ITMA 99. Also at the same stand will be the ATI Directory (The Textile Red Book) and Textiles Panamericanos magazine.Babcock Textilmaschinen GmbH, Germany, will exhibit in Hall 3, Stand B 42 and Hall 3, Stand D 41.Loris Bellini S.p.A., Italy, Hall 6, Stand A 39, will show the new Robodye 2000, along with new developments with circulation pumps, variable load and coupling systems and new dyeing machine developments.Electro Jet SA, Spain, will exhibit in Hall 1, Stand G 12.Ferrostaal Inc., Spartanburg, S.C., Hall 7/2, Stand B 30, will exhibit many established and new knitting related products. Some new products will include the SP145 plain plush/terry circular knitting machine and the UCC4F548 4 computer controlled jacquard double knitting machine. The company will also introduce the S296-1 4-track high performance single-knit circular knitting machine.G-JGarnett Controls Ltd., Great Britain, Hall 2/1, Stand D 15-19 will exhibit their latest range of fiber weight control systems, including the Rollaweigh feed control system. The company will also be showing their new control systems.GneuKunststofftechnik GmbH, Germany, will introduce the RSFgenius, a new addition to its rotary filtration systems for the fiber industry.The universal range of use, the fully automatic operation as well as the pressure consistency gives this screenchanger type a unique status on the world market.Gualchierani, Greensboro, N.C., will exhibit in Hall 1, Stand E 21 and Hall 6, Stand A 47a.James H. HealandCo. Ltd., Great Britain, Hall 7/3, Stand K 05, will display several new testing machines, including the Titan bench-top tester.Hollingsworth on Wheels, Greenville, S.C., Hall 2/1, Stand B 19, will exhibit machinery and equipment provided to the weaving and nonwoven industry.ICBT International, France, Hall 1, Stand D 10, will exhibit a range of machinery for the spinning industry including the CDDT 510 ST E for direct cabling machine for carpet yarn. For the nonwovens industry the company will show the JETlace2000 and AIRjet2000, and for the weaving industry it will exhibit a PROTON JACQUARD machine.INVENTA-FISCHER GmbH, Germany, Hall 2/1, Stand B 39, will exhibit fibers for the textile industry. INVENTA-FISCHER is the new name for the former EMS-INVENTA, Switzerland, and KARL FISCHER Industrieanlagen of Germany, after the two companies merged.K-PKrantz Textiltechnik GmbH, Germany, Hall 3, Stand B 42, and Hall 3, Stand D 41 will have a joint stand with MOENUS AG, according to the company. The company will display developments in the finishing industry. Among these will be the K-30 single layer stenter and the Syncro-Double multilayer shrink dryer.Neuenhauser Maschinenbau GmbH, Germany, will exhibit in Hall 5, Stand B 39.Pierret Inc., Spartanburg, S.C., will exhibit in Hall 1, Stand D 09.OCTIR Nonwoven Machinery Group, Germany, Hall 1, Stand H 07, will be exhibiting with Houget Duesberg Bosson (HDB) several nonwoven machinery. Among these are the HERCULES CLO 2P worsted card, the HMG WA 2000 auto leveler, the CBP woolen ring frame and a HBC nonwoven line.Osthoff-Senge GmbHandCo. KG, Germany, Hall 3, Stand 40a, will exhibit a range of textile machinery. Among the machines on display are the UNIVERSAL singing machine, the SENG-MATIC programming unit, the VIbrA-PLUS fabric cleaning device, the VARI-JET singeing machine, the OGS 2000 yarn singeing machine, the TS 9000 flame shearing machine and the HAMSAT hairiness measuring machine.The company will also show its new the KAT exhaust air cleaning machine.PLEVA GmbH, Germany, Hall 7/3, Stand L 12, will exhibit two new machines, the SD 1, a structure detector for textile fabrics, and the PR 3, a residual moisture meter. The company will also show the latest versions of its existing product line.PSP Marketing, Charlotte, N.C., No Stand, a textile machinery and equipment distributor will be in the booths of its customers throughout the show.S-ZStork Textile Printing Group, the Netherlands, Hall 7/1, Stand C 02, will exhibit new and known machinery for textile printing. It will show a number of machines including the CSP scanner/plotter, the TCP digital sampling printer and the Zircon digital polyester printer, which are known machines.Among the new machines on display will be the CFT coating and finishing machine, the Amethyst fixation unit, the Pegasus Twin Drive and the Multibeam LEX laser exposer.SYMTECH Inc., Spartanburg, S.C., will exhibit in Hall 1, Stand C 01. The comapny is a major textile equipment and machinery distributor.TEXParts GmbH, Germany, Hall 2, Stand C 27c, will be showing its new drafting system PK 3000 for short stable-ring frames. It will also show improved roller from the LP 1000 series, and improved spindle bearing of the CS 1 series. Textiles Panamericanos magazine, Greenville, S.C., Hall 17, Stand C 02, will have available copies of its March/April and May/June issues with extensive reports and information on ITMA.Also at the same stand will be ATI (Americas Textiles International magazine) and the ATI Directory (The Textile Red Book).Truetzschler GmbHandCo. KG, Germany, Hall 4, Stand D 44, will operate a stand with Dilo, Spinnbau and Autefa. The company has made several innovations in the nonwovens industry, especially with its new tuft feeder called the SCANFEED.Zweigle Textileprufmaschinen GmbHandCo. KG, Germany, Hall 7/3, Stand G 03, will exhibit eight new developments. These new developments include the OASYS® fabric simulation system, the fully automatic twist tester D 304, the stick-slip friction tester F 460, the F 427 strength tester, the LABTEXDATA 2000, the fast count system N265, the µ-Meter G 534 and a sample card winder V 704.  May 1999