GROSSE, leader in design and manufacturing of dynamically controlled Jacquard machines, presents the new ejp5, simplified and economic version of the well-known and proved EJP4 model, produced in our facilities of Grosse Zhejiang.
The modern production unit and especially the German engineering of the machine guarantees high quality and performance levels. This concept of Jacquard machine offers high level of performances with an acceptable level of investment.


EJP5 responds to the market demands of running advanced electronic Jacquards over existing weaving machines, on rapier looms where speed is limited by the insertion technology.

EJP5 is available in standard execution and in terry version, for all formats up to 10752 hooks.

Machine specifications, order management and assembly procedures are guaranteed by German specialists.


Our standard EJP5 series machine is distinguished by its flexibility,reliability and functional safety. The reliable hook system as well as the concept of mechanical and electronic modules is maintained. The composite frame construction enables a complete integration of the Jacquard machine head and its auxiliary components, such as the monoblock angle gear. This results in optimum stability of the Jacquard machine.

Main features are speed with maximum functional reliability, easy operation and maintenance due to the open construction and easily accessed magnet and hook modules.The simple yet durable design uses a minimum of moving mechanical components and the electronic control system is based on modules that are designed especially for the mill environment, thereby permitting this machine to be used in all fields of application.

Our electronic Jacquard machines are suitable for all types of modern weaving machines for the production of all types of Jacquard woven fabric up to 500 rpm and a max. load of 1.8 tons. Jacquard machines in special versions are available depending on whether flat or pile fabric is to be produced. Upholstery fabric, home furnishing fabric, mattress ticking, bed, table and hotel linen, damasks, silk and lining, neckwear, labels, narrow fabrics are all affordable.


Highest quality standards are met thanks to the use of patented technical features especially designed for terry weaving.

The machine’s operations are according to the double lift open shed principle.
The shed formation is performed by pulleys that are readily accessed. V-shed can be finetuned up to the desired grade. The hook system has been designed to withstand the demanding conditions encountered in weaving.
The movement of the carbon fiber hooks is supported by a spring that is in contact with the hook only in the reading-in phase. During the upward and downward motion, however, the spring is not under pressure ensuring free movement of the hooks.


One of the major, patented engineering characteristics are the lifting knives which run in the warp direction. In different sized machines only the number of knives, rather than the length of the knives, changes. Thanks to this concept of construction and due to the few moving parts a perfectly smooth operation of the machine is ensured. The reading-in of the hooks in the lower shed position results in less load on the lower warp ends. 


The shed is formed by curved disks that have the precise lift and dwell characteristics to suit the specific shed geometry of each individual weaving machine.

The high-tech material used for the hook and magnet modules assure by normal preventive maintenance a long life of the components. This is also ensured, among others, by the use of a computercontrolled central lubrication system. The open design of magnets and hook modules allow quick and easy access to individual components, thereby greatly simplifying operations. 




EJP5-T allows a different adjustment for the pile warp ends and the ground warp ends.
The harness guiding board is divided into two sections, a front section for the pile warp and a back section for the ground warp.
Each section can be adjusted independently in height and inclination.
In the upper shed the pile warp is positioned above the ground warp, while in the lower shed the pilewarp is positioned under the ground warp.