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Fil Control to display latest textile sensors at ITMA 2015
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Sep '15
Fil Control, a France based manufacturer of sensors and cutters will introducing a new and full range of innovative products at ITMA 2015 in hall 4 booth C 118.

The company will display the latest in its Hall Effect range, the MOS-LC, which it calls the most cost effective optical sensor on the market for winding machines and the innovative tension measurement devises.

Fil Control will also use the opportunity to showcase to visitors as to how the knowledge of optical reflective technology will open doors to a new range of products and solution that textile machine producers were waiting for.

In a press release, the company said that following its 2013 integration into the French Reyes Group, the development capacities of Fil Control are stronger than ever before.

“It is due to the more than 10 new sensors and solutions developed during the last two years,” it added.

Noted customers who integrate Fil Control devices in their machines include, Oerlikon, Savio, Ratti, Verdol, NSC Schlumberger, Aiki, Belmont, Galan, Haiyuan, Hongyuan and many more.

To be near to the biggest global textile industry, it set-up its manufacturing plant in China in 2005. (AR)

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