Marcus Thümling has always been fascinated by technology and mechanical engineering. He has been working on an ambitious project for a while now. His vision is developing a textile machine that allows him to produce merino knit goods and textiles made of other natural fibres on an industrial scale.
Thümling Textilmaschinen GmbH
Nordstraße 23 / 95131 Schwarzenbach am Wald / Germany
Tel: +49 (0) 9289 97113 | Fax: +49 (0) 9289 97115 | E-Mail: email@example.com
Marcus Thümling from Schwarzenbach am Wald near Hof (Bavaria) is proudly inspecting his unique textile machine. Great expertise, perseverance, and enthusiasm allowed Marcus Thümling to succeed in developing an innovative warp knitting machine for production of natural textiles, such as merino jersey, in outstanding quality.
This textile machine perfectly knits natural fibres such as linen, silk, cotton, and wool into high-quality natural textiles. Natural textiles are wildly popular due to their versatile wearing properties and environmental sustainability. Marcus Thümling wants to use renewable materials to make his own personal contribution to the preservation of our environment. After all, we are all responsible for it and can encourage a changing approach.
Marcus Thümling is happy with his success to date, which enables him to offer fairly and sustainably produced natural textiles, made and finished in Germany exclusively.
Knit merino wool jersey is of extraordinary quality and stands out with its very special wearing properties. These are, among other things, extremely high abrasion resistance, excellent pilling behaviour, and perfect resistance against developing ladders.
Subsequent finishing of the knit goods is based decisively on the intended use and special requirements. Any colours and finishes are possible on the customer’s request.
Additional properties are created by mixing in other natural and synthetic fibres as well as elastane. The colourful and practical loops made of merino jersey are one example of this. They are available in two different styles and five colours. The material mix comprises 87% merino wool and 13% polyamide.