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LMW shows innovative spinning technologies at ITMA
Dec '15
At the recently concluded ITMA 2015, the biggest textile machinery manufacturer in India, LMW Ltd displayed the latest technologies in spinning which were well received by the global visitors to its stall.

“Among the machines was the LC636 card, which offers high productivity at uncompromised quality levels,” a LMW press release stated.

Following the philosophy of well carded is half spun; the LC636 is a 1.5 metre width card with production of up to 250 kgs per hour.

Additionally, it has the highest active carding area of 1.95 sq. metres and highest active cylinder area of 3.95 sq. metres.

LMW was the first to launch world's fastest comber LK69 and which has been successfully working across the globe at 600 npm.

At the machine displayed at ITMA, the company introduced additional features like inverter controlled main drive and automated draft setting by hank input through display to enhance flexibility.

Another technology on show, the autoleveller drawframe LDAZ is ergonomically designed and is equipped with Duo digital auto-levelling delivers quality sliver with CV 1m less than 0.4 per cent.

“The 4 over 3 drafting system with shortest delivery distance ensures consistency and higher efficiency and the inverter controlled main drive facilitates speed settings through display,” the company said.

The compact ring frame LRJ9 SX with 1,824 spindles is designed to cater to customer's requirement of ease of producing wide ranging counts and value added yarns.

These value added yarns include compact, slub, multi count, multi twist and core yarn with various fibres with the unique change gearless drafting drive and a doff time of less than 100 seconds ensures higher machine utilisation.

It also meets futuristic green initiatives with low decibel spindles and lower power consumption through energy efficient motors, drives and patented inverter driven dual suction system.

LMW components such as spindles & rings, cots & aprons, top rollers, top arm and grippers too were on display along with various yarn and fabric samples that were spun from LMW machinery. (AR)

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