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New Options Available For Monforts DynAir Dryer

Germany-based Monforts Textilmaschinen has introduced the Pulsetronic technique and Step-by-Step stretching attachment as enhancements to its DynAir 5000 relaxation dryer for knitted fabrics.The Pulsetronic technique introduces a tumbler effect to the dryer by creating an impulse airflow through the systems lower air nozzle. The Pulsetronics impulse frequency can be adjusted to between one and 30 pulses per minute, activated by a mechanical on/off switch. The resulting tumbler effect improves fabric relaxation for knitted materials by loosening the fabrics thread-crossing points to allow free shrinkage of the fabric in the space between the DynAirs upper and lower belts.The Step-by-Step attachment ensures optimum shrinking results in both the longitudinal and traverse directions. An oscillating chain guide allows individual left- and right-hand side chains to be accelerated or slowed accordingly before the fabric enters the dryer, permitting the knitted fabric to regain its natural shape.


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