The company covers a surface of about 13,000 square meters, where we perform all the phases of the production cycles, form design to realization: a technical bureau focused on the improvement of new technologies and on the development and modernization of the existing ones; a production department using the most advanced production technologies, an ongoing exchange with our clients and marketing areas to follow their development and to propose suitable solutions.
Except the parts we purchase on the market, our philosophy is based on producing all the components by ourselves and on domestically providing the assembling and the mechanical and electrical testing. This approach allows us to get a better quality and a strict delivery time control, moreover a wide range of spare parts is constantly available.
Bonino Carding Machines was born in Biella at the beginning of the 20th century while the area was becoming internationally famous at an international level for the production of high-quality yarns and textile fabrics. Bonino, which initially produced components and then carding sets, worsted and semi-worsted cards, consolidates its position among the leaders of the carding sector in the postwar period, when cars start to spread and all the sectors linked to them undergo a real boom. It designs nonwoven cards to apply to the automotive sector, which are suitable to produce items for padding, mattress or materials destined to other industrial sectors such as filtration, packaging and sanitary.
In the 80s it develops the flat card for regenerated fibres that, presented at the Itma of Milan in the year 1983, marks the entrance of Bonino Carding Machines among the producers of cotton machines. In this period too, it purchases a company manufacturing cutters and rag tearing machines, it studies and improves machines to blend fibres (blending chambers and mixers), to open (bale-breakers and openers), clean and store.
Nowadays, Bonino Carding Machines is the only company in the world able to set up a complete system from the cut of waste to the carding process in the sectors using "recycled" materials.