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Toyota unveils new energy saving JAT810 air jet loom
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Sep '13
Toyota Industries Corporation has made the first model change in 10 years to its air jet loom, the main product of its textile machinery business, launching production of the new product, the JAT810. This machine is the successor to the JAT710, which was first marketed in 2003, and has claimed the number one share in the worldwide market for 10 consecutive years. The JAT810 has been comprehensively designed for greater energy savings, higher productivity and improved ease of use.

As electricity and labor costs are rising in emerging nations such as China and India, which constitute the main markets for air jet looms, demand for products with greater energy savings and increased productivity is expanding.

In order to meet these market needs, TICO has adopted a new weft insertion system which has produced a 20% reduction in air consumption compared to the previous model. The weave assist system, the “New WAS,” incorporating expertise gained by TICO over many years, and a factory management system, “FACT,” that enables centralized management of the entire factory, also contribute to increased productivity. In addition, TICO has developed its own original electronic shedding device, the “E-shed,” which provides high speed weaving as well as versatility.

As a corporation supporting the clothing aspect of people's need for food, clothing and shelter, in the nearly 90 years since completing the first Toyoda Automatic Loom, Type G, TICO has been continually striving to develop looms that produce high quality textiles at a low cost, based on the concept of Jidoka (Automation with a human touch).

With the JAT810, TICO is continuing its contributions to development of the global textile industry, responding to customers' demands quickly and with meticulous attention to detail, through the industry's leading service network extending around the world.

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