The Turkish textile industry is also the country’s largest industry in terms of employment – it currently employs more than 2 million people. It is obvious that the Turkish textile industry is of crucial importance to Picanol and that Picanol will be prominently present at the ITM show in Istanbul.
Picanol has been serving the Turkish textile industry for more than 50 years. In 1998, Picanol set up a Turkish subsidiary, in order to more actively support its local activities. Today Picanol is the leading provider of weaving machines in Turkey. At the ITM show, Picanol will present two of its most advanced rapier weaving machines.
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Picanol weaving machines on display at ITM Texpo Eurasia 2013
OptiMax 4-R 190 – denim
Warp yarn count : Ne 8.6
material : cotton
density : 24.8 ends/cm
Weft yarn count : Nm 12/1 (corespun)
material : cotton
density : 19 picks/cm
Drawing-in width : 184 cm
A 10oz denim style with corespun filling yarn is woven on this advanced rapier weaving machine with Guided Gripper system (GC), which is the standard solution for spun yarns. The rapier tape of the light-weight GC system is perfectly guided by one-piece hooks. This weaving machine runs at industrial speeds that were never reached before.
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