Present in the Mexican market for more than 25 years, Blutec is committed to collaborating with companies at the forefront of textile manufacturing technology, including Brückner, Mahlo, EFI Reggiani, Ferraro and now, Baldwin.
Baldwin’s precision spray systems for finishing and rewetting use non-contact spray technology to provide optimal controlled coverage of the exact amount of liquids needed to achieve specific fabric characteristics, saving customers money time, money and valuable resources. Because only the necessary amounts of water and chemicals are applied, water consumption can be reduced by up to 50%, which helps to significantly improve the productivity of the finishing process, Baldwin said in a press release. hurry.
Baldwin Technology Company Inc has forged a new partnership with Blutec SA de CV, which now represents Baldwin’s full line of innovative spray systems and corona/plasma treatments for wovens, knits and nonwovens in Mexico. Blutec is a leading agency in the textile industry, representing many of the world’s most reputable textile machinery manufacturers.
Additionally, these solutions can handle a wide range of low-viscosity water-based chemicals, such as fabric softeners, antimicrobials, durable water repellents, flame retardants and more for woven fabrics, knitted textiles. and nonwovens.
“We are thrilled to partner with Blutec in Mexico,” said Rick Stanford, Baldwin vice president of global business development for textiles. “We see that this organization has an excellent reputation in the Mexican textile industry, with a portfolio of Machine Managers that provides excellent synergy for Baldwin and our product lines. We are extremely excited to be on board.
Daniele Uslenghi, CEO of Blutec, said, “The textile industry in Mexico is looking for solutions to help reduce manufacturing costs. Baldwin’s precision spray technology saves energy, water and chemicals.
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