AESA Air Engineering, a French manufacturer of air conditioning systems for all textile production processes, will take part in ITMA 2015 in Hall H 2, Stand C 106.
The company’s equipment is used in all textile production processes such as spinning, knitting, weaving, hosiery, various types of nonwovens and fiber production, as well as dyeing and finishing.
The group supplies air conditioning and waste collection systems to the textile industry as well as various other industrial processes.
According to the company, its know-how helps its customers to focus more on better energy and environmental efficiency.
“Our experience in the planning and implementation of air conditioning systems helps to achieve a lower carbon footprint with general production advantages and cost savings,” says a press release from the AESA.
“The demand for the implementation of Aesa-Flexicontrol in spinning and weaving mills is increasing and enables the consumption to be automatically adapted to actual requirements,” said the company.
Due to a special supply air duct system with diffusers above each loom, the Weave Direct systems also offer a considerable reduction in power consumption in combination with precise atmospheric conditions in weaving machines.
The user-friendly and accurate Digivent control and monitoring system communicates via an interactive screen function and enables the recorded data to be widely used for analysis, statistics and household purposes.
“The continuous improvements offer a win-win partnership based on AESA’s expertise in these areas for more than fifty years worldwide and pointing the way to a better future,” informed AESA. (AR)
Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India