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New hank dyeing unit for speciality & 'high end' yarns
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Aug '11
The new hankMaster yarn dyeing machine offers reduced water and low energy consumption plus flexible loading for specialised and 'high end' yarns in hank form providing optimal treatment and ease of handling.

The new hankMaster hank dyeing unit from Thies Textilmaschinen completes the company's range of yarn dyeing machines. It has been designed specifically for speciality and 'high end' yarns in hank form.

Its uniquely designed liquor flow ensures perfect dyeing for a wide range of hanked yarns including wool, soft and mercerised cotton, and fibres such as viscose, polyamide, silk and high bulk acrylics.

The hankMaster is designed to dye at temperatures of up to 98ºC at a starting liquor ratio as low as 1:5 depending on the loading and yarn capacity.

In order to avoid high spots and lustre marks, the hanks are rotated on specially designed rods, each 960 mm long.

The unit can be supplied with 2, 4, 6, 8, or 10 rods each capable of holding a maximum of 10 kg of yarn subject to the volume and type of material.

The maximum hank length is 950 mm. For larger batch size machines, a series of units can be coupled together. The hankMaster is manufactured in stainless steel and also features a centrifugal circulation pump and a cartridge heat exchanger.

A modern industrial pc system controls and monitors the dyeing and finishing processes at all times.

Fully automatic dosing of dyes and chemicals using pre-programmed times and curves is also available with analogue dosing.

For more than a century the name of Thies GmbH & Co KG has been synonymous with innovation and advances in textile finishing.

Thies GmbH & Co KG

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