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Textiles & Machinery


A selection of new products and concepts from exhibitors


MAQUINOL


Maquinol from Portugal presented its new ‘Exacto Mattress Line’ for individual mattress


production for the first time at interzum 2015. The presentation of ‘Exacto’ emphasises the


company’s continuing pursuit of automated and reliable solutions for the polyurethane industry.


SPINKS SPRINGS Spinks Springs was proud to announce its interzum Intelligent Material and


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Design 2015 award for Posturflo 3D, which can now take pride of place next to its interzum 2013 award. Posturflo 3D is the latest development in the Posturflo range, and combines innovative micro-pocket springs with a breathable 3D spacer/textile. This allows even greater levels of comfort and ventilation which makes Posturflo 3D perfect to use either internally or externally as an outer fabric of the furniture or bedding.


RADIUM FOAM Products which are authentic, natural and healthy while at the same time produced in an environmentally-friendly manner were the focus


of Radium Foam. At interzum, the Dutch company presented a new comfort latex to be used for the production of mattresses and pillows which can then be converted into caoutchouc sap at the end of its operating life.


INVECTOR Danish company Invector


announced a world premiere called ‘Invector Pack & Pall’ – an innovative palletising system for beds and mattresses.


BEKAERT TEXTILES Meeting individual customer


requirements more effectively is something Bekaert Textiles aims to do. At interzum 2015 the Belgian company introduced a new tool, an app called ‘Imagine’ which facilitates the quick development and visualisation of new products. Watch the video here...


More news from this sector can be found on pages 42-43


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