TINTEX CASE STUDY ANALYSIS
Data Analysis Period: January 2021 - June 2021;

Tintex Textiles S.A. is a leading European textile manufacturer possessing multiple circular knitting machines and a dyeing & finishing house. Because of its industrial verticality, defective production avoided during the Knitting stage has impact on multiple following processes.

Location North of Portugal at TINTEX Textiles knitting unit factory, in a Mayer CIE Relanit (open fabrics) machine;
Duration 70 days (until this report, and Smartex device is still running in the factory).
Installation Process 3 hours

January, 2020

Deal Closed & Installation
1 Machine

June, 2020

Upsell & Installation
3 Machines

November, 2020

Upsell & Installation
2 Machines
TYPES OF PRODUCED DEFECTS

ELASTANE | YARN DEFECTS

68%

NEEDLE | PLATINE | OIL DEFECTS

32%

DEFECTS
PER SHIFT

Morning

Afternoon

Night

11
PAYBACK
3
Savings/Investment (3 years)

Savings Report

1 800 (L)

Average monthly water savings
By not sending defective rolls to the dyeing house | M.A. = 21 622L

201 600 (Kwh)

Average monthly machinery energy savings
By not continue to produce / process defective fabrics | M.A. = 1205 Kwh

59 (h)

Average monthly production time saved

By not continue to produce / process defective fabrics | M.A. = 21 h

16 200  (Kg C02)

Average monthly saving of CO2 not emitted | M.A. = 228 Kg CO2

4 050  (Kg)

Total kilos of fabrics saved | M.A. = 360 m

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