Fletcher Engineering Group

Complete lines for fabric finishing

As part of the Fletcher Engineering Group, Parex Mather and Sir James Farmer Norton have all the resources and capabilities to design, manufacture, install and commission textile finishing machinery, ranging from small units to complete lines. In-house design and manufacturing ensures full quality control.

The combined Parex Mather and Sir James Farmer Norton portfolios of preparation, bleaching, dyeing and wet processing equipment includes:

  • The latest technology in fabric singeing machines suitable for a wide range of fabrics and available with full computer programmable process control technology. The MK 10 singeing machine is for woven fabrics up to 3.6 metres The Universal singeing machine is for flat knit fabrics, but can also process most types of woven fabrics. A tubular singeing machine is also available for circular knit fabrics.
  • Special felt and nonwoven fabric singeing machines, with an extensive range of entries, deliveries, brushing, beating, flock collecting, batching and impregnating units.
  • Carpet and felt burners in widths of 2-14 metres with applications in both carpet backing plants and papermakers felt stretching machines.
  • Continuous and pad batch bleaching and dyeing ranges. The company has a full range of wet process units, atmospheric steamers, saturators and dyeing machinery for fabric, in widths up to 3.8 metres.
  • A range of compressive shrinking machines for various fabric types and weights. These include standard ‘sanfor’ type machines and the proven Mather Evaset, Hypaset and Supatex technologies.
  • A range of calenders with between two and five bowls several bowl heating options, including hot oil, gas, steam and electric saturated vapour.
  • Chain and chainless type mercerisers along with a wide range of spares and accessories.

Parex Mather and Farmer Norton also offer a design and manufacture service covering bespoke processing machinery for an extensive range of applications such as bonding, laminating and impregnation.

Fletcher Engineering Group

Complete lines for fabric finishing

Fletcher Engineering Group
James Nasmyth Way, Nasmyth Business Park, Eccles,
Manchester, M30 9PJ, United Kingdom

As part of the Fletcher Engineering Group, Parex Mather and Sir James Farmer Norton have all the resources and capabilities to design, manufacture, install and commission textile finishing machinery, ranging from small units to complete lines. In-house design and manufacturing ensures full quality control.

The combined Parex Mather and Sir James Farmer Norton portfolios of preparation, bleaching, dyeing and wet processing equipment includes:

  • The latest technology in fabric singeing machines suitable for a wide range of fabrics and available with full computer programmable process control technology. The MK 10 singeing machine is for woven fabrics up to 3.6 metres The Universal singeing machine is for flat knit fabrics, but can also process most types of woven fabrics. A tubular singeing machine is also available for circular knit fabrics.
  • Special felt and nonwoven fabric singeing machines, with an extensive range of entries, deliveries, brushing, beating, flock collecting, batching and impregnating units.
  • Carpet and felt burners in widths of 2-14 metres with applications in both carpet backing plants and papermakers felt stretching machines.
  • Continuous and pad batch bleaching and dyeing ranges. The company has a full range of wet process units, atmospheric steamers, saturators and dyeing machinery for fabric, in widths up to 3.8 metres.
  • A range of compressive shrinking machines for various fabric types and weights. These include standard ‘sanfor’ type machines and the proven Mather Evaset, Hypaset and Supatex technologies.
  • A range of calenders with between two and five bowls several bowl heating options, including hot oil, gas, steam and electric saturated vapour.
  • Chain and chainless type mercerisers along with a wide range of spares and accessories.

Parex Mather and Farmer Norton also offer a design and manufacture service covering bespoke processing machinery for an extensive range of applications such as bonding, laminating and impregnation.

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