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EBERBACH - Nonwovens machinery manufacturer Dilo Group has announced the start of a close cooperation deal with Italian companies Dell’Orco & Villani and TechnoPlants to supply complete systems for the textile recycling sector.

Dell’Orco & Villani is highly experienced supplier of tearing equipment. Used to recycle textile garment clippings, the technology maintains the staple length of reopened fibre from yarn from knitted and woven textiles as much as possible while also avoiding the downgrading and shortening of the staple.

TechnoPlants is a well-established manufacturer of aerodynamic web forming and through air technology with a particular emphasis on reclaimed fibre for various applications such as acoustic and thermal insulation, car parts, upholstery and bedding.

Dilo Group through Dilo Systems GmbH, will bring its experience as a general contractor specializing in of fibre preparation, carding, cross-lapping and needling. Dilo's key role will be as the turnkey provider of complete projects which will include Dell’Orco & Villani's components to reclaim the wasted fibre, as well as TechnoPlants' components when aerodynamic web forming is included or when carding, cross-lapping is selected, together with through-air ovens and end-of-line equipment. TechnoPlants's packaging equipment is also included.

"The great expertise of the three companies together is a source for the complete know-how in this large area of applications to reuse fibre from textile waste in new nonwoven material," Dilo said in a statement. "The management of Dell’Orco & Villani, TechnoPlants and DiloGroup is pleased to announce this cooperation in the best interest of our worldwide range of customers of this special field. With the beginning of upcoming ITMA 23, more details of the organizational structure of this cooperation among the three companies will be released and project engineering will be started."


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