The future of textile sorting: Fibersort and Trimclean

Sorting textiles is traditionally the search for reusable clothing. The residual fraction used to end up in landfills or be incinerated. With the Fibersort and Trimclean, new technology is on the market offering a new way out for the residual fraction.  The Fibersort sorts garments by fibre, composition and colour. The Trimclean will inspect the fibre-sorted garments for hard pieces (zips, buttons) and foreign material (labels, elbow patches). If detected, these 'Trims' (bad material) will be removed from the flow. 

About Jean-Francois Gryspeert

JF Gryspeert is sales & business development manager at Valvan. He has 20 years of experience in textile and machinery sales.