about us . production Process
tradition combined with innovation
While we perpetuate tradition and make use of some old methods and machines, we are constantly adapting our processes to be more sustainable and environmentally friendly, never compromising the high quality of our products.
The use of traditional methods, such as the use of food flour in the process of polishing the yarns, as an example, maintains the connection to the roots of the industry. At the same time, always attentive to the changes and constant innovations of the industry, we reinvent and adjust machines and internal processes in order to meet the specific needs of each order.
This way, Enfios allows itself to be divided in two types of production: “mass” production and personalized production, adapted to the needs of our costumers.
We are equipped with machinery specialized in 2 types of extrusion: polyethylene (PE) and raffia (PP). The PE extruder allows us to obtain high-strength monofilament with various thicknesses and colors. The extrusion of raffia is essentially directed to the manufacture of highly resistant agricultural yarn for application in industrial baling machines.
Our twisting process is subdivided into two types: primary twisting (S) and secondary twisting (Z), allowing to obtain yarns with different finishes.
Our twisting equipment is able to work with different types of raw materials, such as polyethylene, cotton, nylon, jute, and linen.
We are equipped with several braiding machines, enabling us to manufacture yarns and ropes with different number of braids (8, 16 and 24), diameters (from 1.5MM to 24MM) and raw materials of different colors.
Using a traditional winding process supported by our skilled manpower, we can obtain reels with different weights and dimensions (4, 6, 8 and 10 inches), work different materials and finishes.
Our machines are able to produce different categories of presentation of the final product depending on the structure and characteristics of yarns and ropes, answering a wide assortment of customers (from large industries to the final consumer).
Always with the purpose of offering high-quality products, we submit much of our production to periodic laboratory tests, where we test the density and resistance of the fibers that constitute the yarns and, especially in the case of yarns for the food sector, their microbiological characteristics.