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VARIOline – new blow room line from Rieter
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Aug '11
The new Rieter blow room line VARIOline is designed for line production up to 1 200 kg/h and scores with its variable concept. The cleaning process takes place in several stages that are adapted to the raw material. Smallest fiber tufts and the cleaning map VARIOset, adjustable at the touch of a button, are the key to efficient and gentle cleaning and a greater fiber yield.

Customer benefits in focus
Energy and raw material prices as well as fiber yield are subjects concerning production efficiency that permanently occupy spinning plant owners. Regardless of how high the current raw material price is, the economic efficiency of a spinning plant is essentially determined by these factors. A high fiber yield, i.e. low expulsion of good fibers and gentle fiber treatment, is therefore a concern of every spinning mill. External trials have shown how gentle the fiber-preserving VARIOline is, ensuring minimal fiber shortening and resulting in a reduction of the waste.

VARIOline – individually adapted to customers' requirements
With the blow room line VARIOline, Rieter always offers its customers an ideal solution, whether cotton, synthetic fibers or blends are being processed and whether the blow room line is a simple or a complex construction. Rieter blowrooms are therefore always configured to the customer's requirements and the Rieter blowroom conrol UNIcontrol is always designed to meet the needs and conditions of every production facility.

High flexibility with VARIOset
With the blowroom VARIOline, the function VARIOset is integrated in all cleaning machines. VARIOset influences the cleaning intensity and relative amount of waste and a rapid and reproducible adaptation of the trash extraction takes place at the touch of a button. VARIOset additionally increases the flexibility of the VARIOline in respect of the raw material being used.

High productivity up to 1 200 kg/h
The variable concept of the Rieter blow room line is convincing. The cleaning process takes place in several stages that are adapted to the raw material. Smallest fiber tufts and the cleaning map VARIOset, adjustable at the touch of a button, are the key to efficient and gentle cleaning. In a continuous line, 1 200 kgs of raw material per hour can be processed. The processing of 4 assortments is thereby possible.

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