Latest news
    Your current location : Home About us Latest news
    15M wide-width heavy-duty loom imported from Sweden is being installed in the factory Release time: 2008-06-24 Visited: 2707 Times

    At the end of 2007, Xuzhou Golden Crown Industrial Co., Ltd. introduced a 15M wide-width heavy-duty loom from Sweden's TEXO company into the factory. The loom is an internationally renowned loom production company and a Swedish TEXO company with more than 60 years of development history. Manufactured, is currently the widest heavy loom in the domestic papermaking felt industry.

    The key performance of the high-wire bottom-pressing papermaking blanket (BOM blanket) is mainly from the bottom mesh layer. The quality of the bottom mesh directly determines the performance of the BOM blanket. Using this kind of loom can not only improve the warp and weft density of the bottom net of the BOM blanket and the flatness of the bottom net; at the same time, it can also solve the problem of loop weaving of the BOM blanket within a length of 30M, without the need to use the bottom net insertion process; and the bottom net The process adjustment is more flexible and the variety structure is more diversified.

    The bottom net woven by this loom is mainly used for the production of high-grade BOM paper-making blankets. This type of paper-making blankets are mainly used for the production of high-grade paper in wide-width and high-speed paper machines. The high linear pressure resistance, elastic recovery performance and size of the blanket The stability performance, dehydration uniformity performance and running stability performance will be greatly improved. For the next step, Jinguan Company develops high-grade BOM paper blankets, and enters into wide-width, high-speed paper machines, domestic substitution of imported products, and lays a good foundation for foreign occupation of major markets. To inject new vitality into market competition.

    At present, this loom is being installed intensively and is expected to be put into use in the second half of 2008.