Textile industry is one of the fastest growing and most influential industries in the world. Similar to other industries, the transformation and upgrading of textile industry also faces many difficulties. At present, western developed countries have shifted from early labor-intensive industries to capital-intensive and technology-intensive industries. The world textile industry is shifting its focus to Asia. China and India have had for nearly half of the world's total spindles, and Asian cotton textile production centers centered on China and India have been formed.
In recent years, textile enterprises in some Southeast Asian countries, such as Pakistan, Indonesia and Vietnam have adopted OEM development model to continuously improve their further processing capacity and formed a larger market scale relying on their advantages of higher labor quality and lower labor cost.
However, the backwardness in technology has made most enterprises in these countries unable to change the current situation of the industry, which is backwardness in technology and low productivity overall even if they have imported advanced equipment from Europe and the United States. The trend of digitization and intelligentization is imperative.
At the same time, the rapid development of the industry has brought about environmental problems. The European Union has banned the discarding of textile waste and asked member countries to specialize in recycling of textiles from 2025. Changes has gradually happened to the textile industry as well. At present, with the characteristics of intelligence, green and ubiquitous, technology is emerging in the way of platform, agglomeration and integration. Information technology, textile technology, material technology and environmental protection technology are intermingled, and the speed of technological innovation in the industry is accelerating. Traditional low-efficiency and high-emission burners are naturally constrained, and renewal is also the trend.
Textile printing and dyeing process includes: cleaning, carding, combing, drawing, roving, spinning, winding, warping, sizing, warping, weaving, finishing, dyeing, printing drying, baking, steaming, heat setting, etc. Thereinto, printing drying, baking, steaming, heat setting and other links need heating.
Since the establishment of the brand, EBICO has formed partners with many textile printing and dyeing enterprises, including Zhejiang Xinfengming Group and Yuyao Dafa Chemical Fiber Co., Ltd., which are long-term customers of EBICO. According to many years of industry experience, the performance of burner has an important impact on that of dyeing and printing products. At the same time, high temperature processes such as dry cloth, baking, steaming and heat setting will lead to a large amount of exhaust gas release, which seriously endangers human health and the surrounding environment. It is necessary to list some requirements for the environmental protection performance of burner.
Through statistical analysis of textile printing and dyeing customer cases, we can see that EP. GE series burners are most recognized by customers. For example, in a recycled hollow polyester staple fiber manufacturer, EBICO has provided EP8GE I.T.H burner, which adapts to the conduction oil furnace which produces 8 million calories per hour.
1.Wide ranges of application
It applies to natural gas, liquefied gas, light oil, heavy oil and other fuels.
2.A number of patented technologies, good environmental protection attributes
EBICO patented technology, multi-channel air distribution, and central premixing technology greatly reduce the emission of NOX, CO and other harmful gases.
3.HMI and dual-core security control
EBICO adopts adjustable flame double control, heat-resistant combustion front end and super-divided flow technology to form dual-core safety control.