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Crealet to show latest warp feeding solutions at ITMA
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Oct '15
C: Crealet
C: Crealet
Under the theme of 'We drive you to success', Crealet will display latest technologies in warp feeding solutions at ITMA 2015 in hall 1, stand H1 05.

According to a Crealet press release, among them is the warp beam stand, which not only allows for larger warp diameters, but can aid in making the process run more efficiently and economically.

In addition, because its stands are equipped with electronic let-off controls for feeding the yarns with precise tension, they work very well on fabrics using coarse yarns, or multi-layer fabrics.

Another is the selvedge let-off device, which by feeding the selvedge yarn from separate bobbins to the loom, it is possible to obtain a higher tension level for the selvedge threads, minimizing or eliminating the issue.

In warp feeding devices, its solution allows for the exact amount of yarn to be fed to the loom or warp knitting machine at the precise tension needed.

“These feeding devices have the ability to balance tension peaks for individual heddle frames which helps with warp tension variations across the pattern,” it added.

In tension control for warp knitting machines, using an electronically controlled warp beam frame, the feed rollers of the warp knitting machine feed the yarn to the knitting point at a constant tension.

“With larger warp beams behind the warp knitting machine, longer run times can be achieved,” the company explained.

Crealet stated that for many years, it has developed a range of conversion sets for looms such as top beam arrangements, mechanical let-offs, and cloth take-ups.

Recently, it partnered with IQ-SPS in Germany, which is known for rebuilding looms to achieve increase weaving widths.

“This partnership will allow our customers a wider range of possibilities in building specialized machinery to meet their needs,” Crealet stated.

This allow machines to be brought back to 'like new' condition and by adding extras such as electronic warp let-off, electronic cloth take-up motions, or machine extensions, creates unique weaving opportunities. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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