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Savio shows new winder at Open House in China
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Oct '13
The new winder POLAR/E PREMIUM was presented at the Open House at Jining plant, the Chinese manufacturing unit of Savio located in the Shandong province. Twenty major representatives of the biggest textile groups were invited to come from all over China to attend the event.

This was an initiative organized to promote Savio and its products, its brand and corporate image to the important Chinese market. China is the biggest textile market for Savio, so attention to these customers is fundamental to support their new projects with the most advanced and automated machines.

After an introduction by Savio Sales Managers, the operating machine was presented to visitors at the Jining showroom.

The new product is provided with new features to process bobbins produced by ring frames not equipped with automatic doffing device.

The Premium version implements the features of the traditional free standing winder, being based on the winding unit and frame of the link version, thus improving its automation standards.

In fact, the hopper, the peg feeding system, the End finder stations, the Backup stations transform the original “manual doffed” bobbin into a similar bobbing used in the link system.

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