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Textile components maker Graf to partake at Texfair 2013
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Nov '13
As a renowned partner supplying premium components for key processes in the short staple spinning industry and nonwoven application, Graf will be exhibiting at Hall B / Booth B 18, 19, 24, 25 in Texfair 2013 which will be held from December 13-16 in Coimbatore, India. Graf is the leading manufacturer of metallic card clothing, stationary flats and flexible flat clothing, circular - and top combs for most major producers of carding and combing machines as well as spinning mills. Graf provides added value to customers spotlighting convenience at work, superior performance and focusing on high quality yarn output.

The innovative ‘Camel’-type metallic card clothing defines a new benchmark

The innovative tooth shape of the ‚Camel’-type metallic card clothing has a positive effect on the airflow, allowing for the fibres to be kept ideally on the surface of the cylinder wire. This improved positioning on the surface results in an easy transfer of the carded material to the doffer and a marked reduction in the return flow of fibres. The lower rate of fibre damage leads to a substantial decrease in the waste generated in the combing process which is equivalent to an increase in the share of good fibres. The higher rate of elimination of ‚white spots’, i.e. dead and immature fibres, is a further advantage of the special tooth geometry, optimizing the fibre guidance and improving the elimination of dead fibres.

Resist-O-top flexible flat clothing

The resist-O-top generation of flexible flat clothings for processing of cotton, man-made -, and regenerated fibres as well as for blends and swing applications is another of Graf’s innovations with a noticeable impact in the market. The resist-O-top setting pattern favours the extraction of short fibres and trash as well as the elimination of neps. This flat series is progressively set without straight gaps between the rows of teeth. The wire dimensions for all C and M-types are selected with a difference of 5 numbers. The whole range of flats is available for all different types of cards.

Circular Comb PRIMACOMB 9015

The Circular Comb PRIMACOMB 9015 was developed by Graf in close co-operation with Rieter. In this context, with its five segments, this product provides optimum results in the combing of medium and long staple cotton for very high yarn counts. The five sections in alternately slanted arrangement lead to a noticeable improvement of the IPI values. Close manufacturing tolerances and first class raw materials assure even quality parameters throughout the entire lifetime.

Ri-Q-Comb for Rieter E80 comber

The latest series of circular combs is exclusively designed for the new combing machine of Rieter type E80. The comb with a design that takes into account latest technological developments and requirements has a much enlarged combing area in excess of 130° and will be available in three versions. The range of the new combs is as follows: Ri-Q-Comb i400 for short and medium staple, Ri-Q-Comb i500 for medium and long staple and Ri-Q-Comb i700 for very long staple. The obvious benefit of the new series of combs to the customer is the marked improvement in quality and production!

About Graf

Graf is the world leading manufacturer of clothings for flat- and roller cards, combs and card room equipment. The worldwide network of proprietary sales organisations and agents assures Graf’s proximity and efficient support to all customers. 

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