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LMW unveils mini solar ring frame for khadi industry
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Jul '16
MSME minister Giriraj Singh inaugurating the machine as Sanjay Jayavarthanavelu, CMD, LMW, looks on.
MSME minister Giriraj Singh inaugurating the machine as Sanjay Jayavarthanavelu, CMD, LMW, looks on.
India's biggest spinning technologies producer LMW, has designed, developed and launched a solar powered mini ring frame, which is expected to benefit the khadi industry.

The mechanised mini ring frame with 32 spindles is driven using solar energy and is designed with a host of features that ensure high productivity, high quality of yarn and also offers safety and user-friendliness.

The machine is capable of producing high quality yarn in counts from 10s to 60s Ne. with solar power for 9 hours a day from 8.00 am to 5.00 pm, while peak output can be achieved between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm.

According to LMW, this solar powered mini ring frame will fulfill the long pending demand of the khadi industry for a mechanised machine with safety features.

CMD of LMW, Sanjay Jayavarthanavelu said, “LMW is always in the forefront, fulfilling customer needs with use of unconventional energy as well as reducing power consumption for regular spinning mills.”

“This solar powered mini ring frame will help in upliftment of rural community across the nation,” he added.

Giriraj Singh, union minister of state, Ministry of MSME, after launching the machine said, “This innovative development will rejuvenate the khadi industry, decentralise yarn production and create mass employment.” (AR)

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