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Orizio at ITMA: knitting the future by choosing innovation
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Jul '11
Orizio's new motto, “Knitting the future” emphasizes Orizio's concept of using innovation and technology in order to satisfy its customers. During ITMA, Orizio will have on display the latest machine models.

ITMA 2011 to be held from 22nd to 29th September Orizio will be located in Hall 3.

A wide range of circular knitting machines will be shown on the ORIZIO SRL stand including the new-born single jersey JHFP for sinkerless fabrics, the super versatile electronic jacquard, Jersey stripers, the fine gauge interlock and the super productive single jersey high speed JH/V.

Introduced this year, the JHFP/LC model is a one track single jersey machine for the production of jersey, jersey-elastane yarn and piqué for optimized sinkerless fabrics. Equipped with the performing Orizio LC electronic takedown with electronic cutter, pneumatic roll expulsion and a brand new control system with touch screen, the JHFP is a feather in Orizio's cap.

High speed and super production are the key words used to describe two jersey machines. One machine produces a perfect two colours striping fabric and the other produces a top quality jersey fabric. The 96 feeds JB2E is designed for jersey and jersey based two colours striped fabrics up to 4 cam tracks with up to 512 Mb standard memory capacity. The JH/V in 32”diameter, 28 gauge and 102 feeds can knit plain jersey and jersey with elastane yarn on 1 cam track and speeds up to 45 rpm.

Also on the stand at ITMA, in Orizio's finer gauge range, will be the MJMBF2 electronic jacquard with stripers machine in 32 gauge. For an extra quality interlock fabric the CI/C machine is now redesigned and available in super fine 40 gauge”.

ORIZIO SRL


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