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ITEMA to showcase new Air Jet & Silver Rapier Machine at ITMA
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Sep '11
ITEMA Weaving, with the established brands of Sultex, Vamatex and Somet, is set to present its latest innovation in technology at ITMA 2011 in Barcelona, Spain (September 22nd – 29th).

Keeping with its tradition to provide the widest range of weaving solutions to the market, ITEMA Weaving plans to exhibit their new Sultex A9500 Air Jet and the Vamatex Silver 501 Rapier Weaving Machines for the first time at ITMA Barcelona.

Both the A9500 and Silver 501 boast a completely new electronic platform. ITEMA Weaving will introduce the “Loom Browser”, a software package that allows the customer quick & easy access to monitor efficiency, stop levels, change & download machine settings and/or create and download weft & dobby patterns. Further, this new platform offers real time Remote Diagnostic Support. Simply connect to the internet to access ITEMA's World Wide Service Network for professional technical support.

ITEMA Weaving is the only company to produce weaving machines with the three leading weft insertion systems providing: the right weaving technology for every application. Together, Promatech Italy, ITEMA Switzerland and ITEMA Weaving Machinery China are the world's #1 weaving machinery manufacturer, with more than 300,000 machines in operation worldwide.

Highlight of the show: the new Sultex A9500 Air Jet Weaving Machine
With its high performance and simplified design, the Sultex A9500 air jet weaving machine sets new standards for productivity and operational simplicity. No compromises were made during the design. The A9500 produces excellent fabric quality; its minimal air consumption is unrivaled. Distinguished from the competition and unique in concept, the machine is equipped with a special shed geometry designed to promote a long dwell while drastically reducing air consumption. The long weft insertion time and the high efficient nozzles insure the optimum acceleration curve for any type of yarn. The new electronic platform, through its large, full color touch screen display offers new functionalities and opens the doors to an efficient dialogue with the ITEMA Service Network. The Sultex A9500 air jet weaving machine is best suited for medium to heavy Denim, colored weaving and sheeting applications.

At ITMA, ITEMA Weaving will exhibit:

- A9500 B 190 F4 T S10 / Fancy Denim
Special Features: Novelty Yarns / High Speed / Kinky Filling Detector
- A9500 B 340 C2 T S10 / Fine Bed Sheeting

- Silver 501 190 / Fine Shirting
Special Feature: Maximum Production Speeds.
- Silver 501 360 / Coating Fabric

- Alpha PGA 190 / Fancy Apparel
Special Features: Full Leno Weaving / 12 colors
- Alpha PGA 340 / Upholstery (Located at the Staubli Booth)

- Silver DT 260 / Beach Towels (Located at the Bonas Booth)

- P7300HP V8 S540 N2 EP D2 / Geotextile Fabric

ITEMA Weaving combines Swiss precision with Italian creativity. Weaving machineswith a well known brand name such as Sultex, Somet or Vamatex leave our assembly lines in Switzerland, Italy and China every day.

ITEMA Weaving has a tradition of more than 150 years with an installed base of over 200,000 weaving machines in operation. A global presence in more than 100 countries ensures a fast and reliable service.

ITEMA Weaving


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