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Rieter at ITME 2022

Integrated solutions for ring and compact spinning.

31st October 2022

Innovation in Textiles
 |  India


Rieter will present the latest innovations in its systems, components and services at the upcoming ITME 2022 in Uttar Pradesh, India, from December 8-13, 2022.

The company’s technology portfolio is designed to help customers succeed in markets being shaped by rising energy and raw material costs.

The Autoconer X6 automatic winding machine serves as the final quality assurance in the ring and compact spinning process and is key to the performance of the subsequent process stages. The Multilink system offers maximum flexibility to handle different types of yarns.

The latest OZ1 and OZ2 splicers provide an optimum splice quality based on an open prism. With only two prisms, spinning mills can splice the entire spectrum of cotton yarns as well as blends. The splicers are also used for cotton-based elastic core yarns in combination with the Elastosplicer. The splice zone exhibits an impressive elasticity in the fabric.

The Rieter compacting devices – COMPACTapron, COMPACTeasy and COMPACTdrum – allow spinning mills to change quickly between ring and compact yarns and the ROBOspin piecing robot reduces personnel requirements in the ring spinning section by 50%.

Rieter also provides solutions for the integration of recycled raw materials into yarns. Both rotor and ring yarns can be produced with a considerable amount of mechanically recycled fibres.

SSM will present its NEO-FD assembly-winding machine for precision wound packages for twisting. The machine features an auto-doffing option and and online back-pressure system for low and high package densities. With an ergonomic design and proven technology, the machine cuts maintenance and service costs to a minimum.

Temco’s CoolFlow texturing discs offer longer lifetime thanks to a brand-new geometry and the latest polyurethane technology. The texturing discs now generate a disc surface that operates at a lower temperature, resulting in slower ageing and abrasion. Further benefits are more stable yarn quality, higher productivity, and an overall process cost reduction.

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