Comez has launched a new finishing machine for narrow fabrics. The Comez M-REI/600 is a laboratory and sampling machine that guarantees the same capabilities of a production machine. Its reduced dimensions from the feeding group to the collecting area give it a very compact design compared to competitors. This is a compact machinery for thermally varying and fixing the width of knitted fabrics, suitable for the narrow fabric sector, as well as for creating samples.
This finishing device has an on-board unwinder that allows the fabric, previously collected in rolls, to be unwound inside the oven automatically. The fabric is held from the selvedge by means of a succession of points that are fixed to two endless chains of adjustable distance. The fabric is hooked automatically with an electrically operated device while a manual control defines the degree of fabric enlargement before reaching the heat setting phase. The two chains feed the stretched fabric into a heated chamber, where the combined action of heat and ventilation quickly fixes its dimension. The fabric speed can be varied according to the type of fabrics.
Comez is a member of the Jakob Muller Group and a specialist in machinery for the production of narrow fabrics.