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Savio to partake at ITM Istanbul
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May '13
ITM Texpo Eurasia 2013 Exhibition will bring together the world’s leading textile technology manufacturers in Istanbul on 29 May-1 June 2013 at Tuyap Beylikduzu Fair and Congress Center.

Turkey is ranked in the top five export markets of Savio, so the attendance at ITM exhibition is meant at massive level for being closer to these important customers who may be interested in Savio machinery for either their green field or expansion projects.

Evidence of the importance of this market is the recent Open House held in April at Savio headquarters, where important Turkish customers have been invited to be fully immerged on the topics of the most advanced and automated Savio machines. The Open House has been very successful and the customers gave positive responds.

The same positive respond is expected in Istanbul during the ITM show, where it will be showcased Savio’s Polar/I automatic link winder. It is indeed recognized that the maximum level of automation on the winding process, is achieved by a direct link of the ring spinning frames to the winder. The advantages, already well known, through the continuous automatic transfer of the ring bobbins from one machine to the other are:

-yarn quality of the wound package which is preserved being the  bobbins prepared and automatically doffed  on the ring frames, without any operator handling or loading into separate boxes.

-higher efficiency on winder

-production output flow consistency and timed as a single machine

-minimization of winding room personnel.

Most of customers select the link system solution whenever a new mill has to be set, or in alternative, whenever old ring spinning frames must be substituted.

POLAR/ I DirectLinkSystem has been designed in a “modular type” granting the possibility of reaching the highest number of winding heads to match the trend of the spinning frame manufacturers with longer and longer machines up to 2.000 spindles .This modular solution gives the Polar/I DLS the highest potentiality, being the same equipped, upon request, with N° 3 end finder stations, where the ring frames bobbins are prepared and get ready to the winding heads for the subsequent process.

Furthermore, since the link winder system represents the highest level of the automation, in the winding room, great concern was also given to the operator intervention that is expected to reach an almost zero level. In reality, as every spinning mill knows, the yarn quality values can be kept even to a set  level until unfavourable or accidental events come in place.

Energy black out, a common event in some countries, stops the spinning process and, upon restart of it, additional yarn piecings are made, and each of them potentially could represent a defect; or some spindles are not even restarted with the result that those bobbins are not completed and with bad shape too.

Low yarn quality level may also derive from a defective manual piecing of the roving frame bobbin yarn, whenever this bobbin has to be replaced in the creel. Statistically Savio observed that the technological defects on the yarn to be wound, are mainly due to defects originated in roving frame yarn area.


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