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Rieter to show R35 Rotor spinning machine at Indo Intertex
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Feb '14
On exhibition booth 81 in Hall A of the INDO INTERTEX 2014 (23 – 26 April 2014) in Jakarta, Rieter will be demonstrating its competence across the entire spinning process and presenting innovations for the 4 end spinning systems, fiber preparation and spinning preparation. Thanks to the support of the Rieter customer PLUMBON INTERNATIONAL TEXTIL PT (PT PINTEX), the new R 35 rotor spinning machine can be experienced in operation on the booth.
 
The know-how surrounding financing, spinning mill planning, application of the right technology elements, the choice of the right spinning process as well as many further factors is necessary in order to successfully operate a spinning company. All this expertise will be presented by Rieter at the exhibition.
 
Following highlights can be seen live on the Rieter exhibition booth:
The new R 35 rotor spinning machine (in operation) will be shown on the booth. The machine is an intelligent and economic solution for better yarn quality and higher production. It is beneficial and has properties of the 4 spinning systems and the 4 Com4 yarns for downstream processing.
 
The semi-automatic R 35 rotor spinning machine
The R 35 is the most economic alternative for the production of high-quality rotor yarns in the count range Ne 2 to Ne 40 meeting the latest technological advances. The new machine with up to 460 rotors stands for better yarn quality, higher production and, due to the improved AMIspin technology, for superior piecing quality and accelerated machine start-up. It combines improved spinning and winding technology with very easy operation.
 
Independent machine sides and simplified setting permit a high degree of flexibility. The new Q 10 yarn cleaner and the excellent winding system ensure high quality in the downstream process.
 

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