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Karl Mayer's Italian market order book position full
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Jul '16
German textile machines producer Karl Mayer said its order book position in the Italian textile industry is full, mainly due to its warp preparation technologies.

“We could see an increase in orders even in 2014, but the real boom started in 2015, and will probably continue until 2016,” sales manager Giuseppe Moretti said.

According to the company, the Giro-O-Matic 24 and the Multi-Matic 128 sample warping machines and the Nov-O-Matic automatic, short-warp sectional warping machine have proven to be real bestsellers.

“The interest in these machines is due to their high operating speeds, exceptional beam quality, and their advantages in terms of the number of operatives needed to operate,” Moretti added.

Karl Mayer customers include well-known companies like Vitale Barberis Canonico, based in Pratrivero, Reda Successori from Valle Mosso, Loro Piana from Quarona, Ermenegildo Zegna in Trivero and the Marzotto Group.

The Nov-O-Matic fully automatic sectional warping machine is mainly for producing sample and production warps of average length.

On this machine, the dividing cords for weaving or sizing are drawn in fully automatically and the feed rate is determined automatically by a laser feed control device (LVR).

Other features include a laser-monitored circumference controller, which uses a layer-thickness control system to guarantee maximum warp quality, and an order input system.

The Multi-Matic and Gir-O-Matic too are fully automatic and they can also be used both as sample as well as production machines, with different warp lengths in each case.

The Gir-O-Matic 16 is ideal for producing beams having warp lengths of 14 metres up to 700 metres, the Gir-O-Matic from 24 metres up to 1,050 metres and the Multi-Matic from 35 metres to 1,500 metres.

“For patterning, the yarn guide fingers can be activated individually and colour can also be changed automatically, with accurate yarn laying at maximum production speeds,” Karl Mayer added. (AR)

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