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Rieter pulse generator helps improve measuring accuracy
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Nov '13
The non-contact B92 EVO pulse generator facilitates improved measuring accuracy - even with heavy soiling. The conversion kit is available for RSB-D 30, RSB-D 30c, RSB-D 35, RSB-D 35c, RSB-D 40, RSB-D 40c and now also for RSB-D 22 and RSB-D 22c draw frames.

The magnetic measuring principle of the B92 EVO pulse generator is based on a magnet ring and sensor head. With older draw frame models, an additional shaft is delivered to facilitate this non-contact measuring principle.

The high shock/vibration resistance and dustproof properties (Protection Class IP67) of the B92 EVO pulse generator allows a faultless application even under extremely dusty environmental conditions with fiber fly. The vibration resistance also ensures a high level of measuring accuracy and functional safety.

A longer life cycle compared to its predecessor is achieved by the new B92 EVO pulse generator through contact-free measuring. Bearings that could wear out no longer exist.

Advantages:

-Non-contact measuring system with B92 EVO sensor
-Significantly longer service life, since no bearings are required which could wear out
-The electrical connection can be made with the existing cable
-Removal and installation of the main drive shaft is only once necessary for fitting the magnetic ring
-Easy installation and thus rapid recommencement of production by the draw frame

ABOUT RIETER

Rieter is a leading supplier on the world market for textile machinery and components used in short staple fiber spinning. Based in Winterthur (Switzerland), the company develops and manufactures systems, machinery and technology components used to convert natural and manmade fibers and their blends into yarns.

Rieter is the only supplier worldwide to cover spinning preparation processes as well as all four final spinning processes currently established on the market. With 18 manufacturing locations in 10 countries, the company employs a global workforce of some 4,700, about 27 % of whom are based in Switzerland.

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