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Flying Tiger to showcase knitting machines at ITMA
30
Oct '15
Zhejiang, China based Flying Tiger Technology Company will display its computerised flat knitting machine range in hall H05 booth E119 at the forthcoming international textile machinery fair ITMA 2015, to be held from November 12-19 in Milan.
 
The company will showcase Hualun Feihu F20-132S/F20-2 and F20-133S/F20-3 computerised flat knitting machines, which adopt single carriage with double systems/triangle system. The machines’ control interface collocate LCD menu form, which makes it easy to operate.
 
Series collocate set-up comb device can knit the single fabric automatically from first link to last link, which increases the knitting capacity and saves on yarn requirement, thus increasing production efficiency.
 
Hualun Feihu machines would be especially useful for automatically knitting woolen sweaters, and can work on all types of yarn including silk, cotton, woolen, terylene, and mixed yarn. These machines can knit double-face jacquard, single-face jacquard, single-face and no-dashed jacquard, pick hole, wring flower and so on, resulting in well-regulated or ruleless design as required.
 
Equipped with the carriage quick return system (CQR system) to achieve quick reversing the carriage, these machines can achieve 5-10 per cent more kitting speed than the traditional ones. These can work on several gauges from 5G to 16G and also on multi-gauge, with knitting width in the range of 52-60 inch. These can perform several knitting functions like transfer, tuck, pointelle, intarsia, jacquard, evidence shaping, concealed shaping and other regular and irregular patterns. (RKS)
 
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