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Hermann relies on Rieter's air-jet spinning technology
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Jun '14
The spinning company Hermann Bühler AG relies on air-jet spinning technology from Rieter. The Com4jet yarns spun on the latest J 20 air-jet spinning machine were centre of attention at various trade fairs. No wonder, then consistent quality and durable textiles are more in demand than ever.
 
The spinning company, Hermann Bühler AG, relies on the latest air-jet spinning technology from Rieter and produces yarns for durable clothing.
 
The latest Rieter J 20 air-jet spinning machine excels with 200 spinning units and up to 500 m/min production speed. Newly developed components make it possible to influence the yarn character. For instance, selection of the appropriate technology components optimises the tenacity of combed cotton yarns. Knitted fabric with a pleasing feel is gained by influencing the yarn structure.
 
Hermann Bühler AG scores at exhibitions
The spinning company Hermann Bühler AG with headquarters in Winterthur-Sennhof, Switzerland collaborated from the very beginning in the development of the Rieter air-jet spinning machine. The company has wide experience in the development and production of air-spun yarns and can therefore specifically respond to the customers’ wishes. Ms. Renata Franz, Business Development Manager at Hermann Bühler AG, confirms the demand for consistent quality and durable textiles at exhibitions in Paris and Milan. Bühler has scored points on these occasions with the positive characteristics of its air-spun yarns.
 
Durable clothing due to suitable yarns
The modern air-jet spinning technology creates yarns with a unique structure. They have the most beautiful colour brilliance, even after frequent washing. With this spinning process, the fibre ends are deeply embedded in the yarn structure which ensures incomparable fabric stability. The coveted elegance and softness are thereby fully preserved. The air-spun yarns are distinguished by their minimal hairiness and high abrasion resistance. Consequently, clothing retains its high-quality character.
 

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