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Garnett to demonstrate new apps at ITMA 2015
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Nov '15
At ITMA 2015 in hall 3, stand B 116, Garnett Controls Ltd will demonstrate new apps that allow users to access live production information via a phone, tablet or computer from virtually anywhere and anytime.

“Garnett Controls specialises in the design and manufacture of advanced on-line control systems that can be retrofitted onto existing machinery,” a Garnett press release informed.

Its primary expertise is the feeding of fibre to nonwoven web-forming equipment such as cards and airlays as well as blending and traditional dry-laid carding.

The new 'Connect' system is available on new Garnett Controls feed systems and can also be easily retrofitted to existing Rollaweighs and Microweighs.

“Via the app, customers can remotely access performance data relating to quality as well as process data such as production rates, running times and actual production,” it said.

Garnett Controls have also redesigned their popular Lubric8 oiling system which applies lubricant and other additives to fibre blends in a controlled process that balances throughput weight with application rate.

The system is modular in design, allowing customers to utilise existing components where appropriate and the new user interface follows the tried and tested formula of Garnett's weight control systems.

Garnett is also a designer of customised control systems that are retrofitted onto existing machines and processing lines,

According to Garnett, retrofitting not only improves product quality by applying precise controls, it also sustains the useful life of the machinery thereby extending the life cycle.

“In addition, by utilising the latest energy efficient drives as replacement to existing drives, carbon footprint is reduced in conjunction with lower energy bills,” the UK based company observed.

The Garnett Controls range of retrofit equipment extends to nonwoven web forming, carding, spinning, winding, blending and associated processes.

With other group companies like Streat Instruments (NZ) and Wira Instrumentation (UK), Garnett said it is actively involved in customised projects for both on-line processing controls and off-line testing equipment. (AR)

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