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New sample dyeing machine from Thies
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Jul '11
The new Thies miniMaster, with a capacity of up to 3 kg, bridges the gap between the laboratory bench and production process for the wet treatment of woven and knitted fabrics.

A new dye sampling unit, introduced by Thies Textilmaschinen, has been designed to handle small production and sampling quantities.

Designed for the wet treatment of woven and knitted fabrics at temperatures of up to 140º C, the miniMaster has a capacity of 3kg; bridging the gap between the laboratory bench and production process.

The new unit offers a reduced liquor ratio of 1:5 and is comparable with other state of the art low liquor ratio dyeing machines.

By optimising procedures in the miniMaster, the level of 'right first time' dyeing and plant productivity is significantly improved.

Offering short set up times with optimized reproducibility, the new unit is user friendly and features an adjustable winch speed.

The system also features a T 535 programmable controller which, together with menu driven software, provides a graphic overview to allow an easy exchange of programmes between the laboratory and production.

Fully pre-assembled and compactly built, requiring minimal space, ensures fast and easy installation and commissioning.

Highly flexible, the miniMaster is ideal for the development of new dyeing processes, bench testing of more complex treatments, and production of swatches for customer presentations.

Thies GmbH & Co

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