The Swiss based SSM Schärer Schweiter Mettler AG, the inventor of the electronic yarn traverse system, will continue their tradition of trend-setting during the show.
CAITME is known as the largest textile machinery exhibition in Central Asia. The exhibition is a good meeting place and gives the best opportunity to make a successful entry into a most promising market.
SSM will exhibit one machine from following application:
The SSM TW2plus-W DIGICONE fastflex is a precision package winder for dye packages and rewinding operations. The electronic fastflex yarn laying technology allows a high flexibility to produce a made-to-measure cross wound package.
The ergonomic design and enduring technology cuts maintenance and service expenses down to a minimum. Improved winding performance and package quality are further generated by digitens, the new technology for tension control during winding.
Besides of the presented application SSM does provide machines for False Twist Texturing (SSM GIUDICI), Air Texturing, Air Covering, Draw Winding, Assembly Winding, Yarn Singeing, Parallel Winding and Sewing Thread Finish Winding.
Schärer, Schweiter and Mettler
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