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Bracker presents new STARLETplus traveller at ITM 2016
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Apr '16
Bracker, world's leading supplier of rings and travellers for ring spinning systems, will present one of its important innovation STARLETplus traveler at ITM in Istanbul, being held in Turkey from June 1-4, the company said in a press release.

The STARLETplus offers additional benefits like prolonged traveller service life by up to 50 per cent in conditions like high humidity or aggressive fibres and due to its improved coating, the new traveller shows a better resistance against corrosion. These advantages result in lower maintenance costs in the spinning mill.

The STARLETplus is predominantly recommended for viscose and CO/CV blends, dyed MMF fibres and special applications. The new traveller is suitable for the entire yarn count range and during the entire service life the yarn quality values remain constant.

Bracker will also present another innovation, the BERKOL supergrinder for automatic grinding of ring, roving and air spinning top rollers, with improved grinding capacity of more than 50 per cent. The BERKOL supergrinder offers a storage capacity of 450 top rollers with 32 mm diameter and has a grinding capacity of up to 350 top rollers per hour, with the power consumption reduction by 10 per cent.

Bracker will also present other products like PYRIT and ZIRKON travellers, TITAN and ORBIT spinning rings, the well-known range of BERKOL cots and aprons and cost saving maintenance tools. (NA)

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