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Showcase of Savio's textile machines at ITM, Tukey
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Apr '12
ITM Texpo Eurasia 2012 Exhibition will bring together the world's leading textile technology manufacturers in Istanbul on 21-24 April 2012 at Tuyap Beylikduzu Fair and Congress Center. Turkey is an important customer of Italian textile machinery; quality fully corresponds to Turkish standards and, thanks to the geographical nearness to Italy, can be guaranteed an optimum service and quickness.

Turkey is ranked in the top five export markets of Savio Macchine Tessili, so the attendance at ITM exhibition is meant at massive level for being closer to these important customers who may be interested in the most advanced and automated Savio models, for either their green field or expansion projects. Savio will showcase in Istanbul three machines: Polar/I automatic link winder and two Sirius machines equipped with different technologies. In fact, further the standard configuration, Sirius can be equipped with the new Twist&Twist device, that makes possible “two twisting operations”, instead of the usual single.

The T&T solution is expected to turn upside down the twisting capability and opens a path in this sector, which seemed to be inexorably bound to the Two-for-One (single twist). It is an absolute innovation, since this technology allows an increase of process productivity of 33%, with the same energy consumption as the standard double twist spindle.

The system generates a twisted yarn through two yarn ballons, one external with “S” twist direction, and one internal with “Z” twist direction, a differential speed motor bearing, consequently generates a triple twist at each spindle turn. The whole device is designed and patented by Savio. The increase in productivity automatically leads to a corresponding reduction of number of the twisting spindles and, therefore, of plant dimension, with savings of noise, space, conditioning and lighting costs.

In general, the process cost of the twisting is basically composed of 2 fundamental factors: cost of investment and cost of electrical energy. Both represent a value of about 90% of the total process costs. In the case of the T&T spindle, cost-effectiveness of the twisting system is clear, if one considers that with 25% less spindles the same production is achieved, with a cost per kg of twisted yarn inferior to the conventional 2x1 technology process. The return of investment, which of course varies from country to country based on local energy costs, is very quick and worthy of note.

Savio is the member of Association of Italian Textile Machinery (ACIMIT).

Savio is represented in Turkey by Motex/Modiano which, since more than 40 years, operates in this country; it has always grown up to become today a point of reference in Turkey for the Italian textile machinery. Since several years, Motex/Modiano structure has been strengthened by the creation of Modiano Teknik Hizmetler for providing the customers with a valid After-sales assistance.

Thiscompany, thanks to its high qualified technical team in the mechanical and electronical field, carries out the assembling and the technical assistance, also providing the customers with spare parts on immediate delivery from the warehouses in Istanbul, Bursa and Gaziantep.

Savio Macchine Tessili operates in the textile machinery sector since 100 years, dealing with projecting, producing and marketing yarn finishing machines ranging from wool, cotton, linen and silk to synthetic fibres.

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