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Rieter demonstrates spinning systems at ITMA
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Jun '14
On its exhibition stand at the ITMA Asia + CITME 2014 (June 16th - 20th, 2014), Rieter demonstrates its competence across the entire spinning process and presenting all 4 end spinning systems live on the stand (Hall W4, Booth No. D01). 
 
The know-how relating to financing, spinning mill planning, use of the right technological elements, selection of the correct spinning process as well as many other competences are necessary to achieve success in the operation of a spinning plant. Rieter is presenting all this expertise at the ITMA Asia + CITME 2014. Visitors are invited to admire numerous highlights and innovations live on the Rieter exhibition stand. 
 
Brief overview:
-Rieter provides the opportunity to see a model of the 1.5 m wide C 70 card with the biggest active carding area.
-Rieter presents the SB-D 22 double-head draw frame ensuring maximum productivity at delivery speed up to 1 100 m/min and a unique automatic can changer up to 1 000 mm.
-The G 32 ring spinning machine (operational) produces ring, fancy ring, twin and compact ring-spun yarn – quality controlled by the ISM individual spindle monitoring system.
-High productivity and excellent Com4rotor yarn quality with yarn-like piecings will be highlights of the fully-automatic R 60 rotor spinning machine (operational). Newly available with 600 positions.
-A new generation of the J 20 air-jet spinning machine (operational) with new concepts of spin unit automation, winding and machine prolongation to 200 units.
-What the benefits and characteristics of the 4 spinning systems mean for downstream processing can be experienced by visitors in the Technology Corner. Here fabric samples and end products of the 4 Rieter Com4 yarns are available.
-The latest retrofits and high-quality original spare parts will be presented by Rieter’s spare parts experts.
-Multimedia presentations will convey to visitors a striking impression of the unique benefits of valuable systems produced by Rieter.
 
The C 70 high-performance card achieves excellent quality values at highest production for all yarn applications. This is based on the well-proven 1.5 m working width and maximum active carding area. Focus is placed on the economic production of carded and combed ring yarns. 
 
Precise flats guiding and innovation in the pre- and post-carding area allow, with the selective waste extraction, excellent raw material exploitation and sliver quality. With the integrated grinding system IGS, the sliver quality is maintained at a high level. By utilizing draw frame modules instead of the classical can coilers, the customer has the possibility to optimally layout the process.


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