The unforeseen of 2020 in the textile sector


 

At the end of June, after the first half of the year, we all wanted to take stock, and start to make predictions for us, for the textile sector in which we operate, and for the economy in general. But there are still too many unknowns still gravitaqting on the economy of our Country, and in the rest of the world, and therefore it is not easy to make long-term predictions. For a closer look we will need to keep into consideration the developments of the whole year, but no one right now in July knows, if there will be recovery developments, or possibly new stops.
 

What brought the unexpected

What we are experiencing is the deep impact that the spread of Covid-19 brought on the textile sector. This is the reason why we wish to stay behind the enterprises from apparel to automotive, from furniture to household linen. We commit ourselves to ensure that everyone can restart the production, may be also in a lesser extent, but even more motivated to reduce the production costs in order to stay competitive on the market.
 


 

On the graph reported on technofashion.it of last May, also for the textile sector were alleged the same problems si rilevavano anche per il settore tessile, tha same problems encountered by most of the of Italian companies. First of all the lack of relationship with the customers, then many bureaucratic and financial issues, the procurement nad clearance of the material, and finally the cancellation of exhibitions and events.
 

How we are experiencing the unexpected

But we also know the excellence of the Italian textile sector, its historical foundations, its endurance over the time, the choice to use always the best raw material, the aim of maintaining the highest quality standards. It is to this active world of textile Made in Italy – with all its great attentions to the quality during the entire manufacturing process – that we address our most innovative productive technologies.
Let’s see in detail how our devices are able to decrease the production costs, to be more competitive on the market:

For garment, furniture, and household linen

• PREPARATION AND WARPING: HygroFaster or Hygromatic (constant monitoring of residual moisture); MicroCS (stretching monitoring of the yarns) Optical Yarn (yarn break control).
• FINISHING: Sfera Plus, control and automatic adjustment of the machine through the main measurement working parameters (residual moisture control over the fabric, temperature control of the fabric, control of the absolute air humidity) especially suitable during drying and thermofixing process of the fabrics.

For sportswear, and swimwear, where the use of Jersey is widespread

• FINISHING: portable device HygroFaster or Hygromatic installed at the exit of the dryers (continuous measuring of the residual moisture of the material); Sfera Plus on the stenters (control of permanence time during thermofixing process) that for example it is crucial to grant the elastic properties of the elastane.

For automotive

• DRYING: HygroFaster o Hygromatic (residual moisture control of the material).
• FINISHING: Sfera Plus, crucial for checking the permanence time during thermofixing.

And let’s not forget the technical articles in the most different sectors (automotive, geotextile, building, environmental & hydric, agricultural, etc.) where we suggest the use of the complete system Sfera Plus to control the dwell time in line … in order not to have some unexpected!