Dhall's finishing range for denim

June 2007
Indian Textile Journal;Jun2007, Vol. 117 Issue 9, p108
The article talks about the combined shrinking and finishing range for denim, which is offered by Dhall Group, one of the leaders in processing and dyeing systems. Up to 50 meters/minute can be processed by the denim finishing range, depending on the weight of the denim fabric. The company's foam denim finishing range attains highest quality standards. Uniform layer of foam across width is guaranteed by the doctor blade. Correct skew in the fabric is ensured by an anti-skew unit provided with heavy duty motors.


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