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Five technologies in one Trutzschler foreign part separator
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Aug '16
German textile machinery producer Trutzschler has launched T-Scan, a foreign part separator, in which, five technologies work hand in hand.

According to the company, there are many sensors for the detection of foreign parts in the market, which can only detect certain foreign parts.

“A colour sensor cannot detect white or transparent parts, while an ultrasonic sensor does not detect small parts and an UV sensor sees only optically brightened particles,” Trutzschler said.

While the T-Scan detects all foreign matter like coloured parts; semi-transparent and transparent parts; fluorescent parts; glossy and white parts; and lastly even the smallest thread-shaped parts.

“These modules permanently work in parallel and so even though many foreign parts are detected by several modules, detection with only one module is sufficient as well,” the company observed.

“The two LED units are of particular importance, especially for the detection of smallest parts and with 534 high performance LEDs each, they provide the perfect light for the three cameras,” it stated. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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