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Rieter shows four end-spinning technologies live at ITMA
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Jun '14
Rieter is delighting its customers at the ITMA Asia + CITME 2014 with many novelties and highlights. On its booth D01 in Hall W4 Rieter is presenting products and services for the success of their customers. The 4 end spinning technologies presented live on the booth draw the attention of the visitor as well as the technology corner representing the application of the 4 Rieter Com4 yarns in fabrics and end products.
 
High Ranking Visitors
From the beginning of the exhibition Rieter is proud to welcome many visitors on its booth. Beside important customers from all over the world, a couple of high ranking visitors from textile associations visited Rieter during the first days. It was an honour for Rieter to welcome the CNTAC (China National Textile & Apparel Council) delegation to the stand.
 
Stimulating Discussions
With customers and visitors the booth staff could discuss many interesting projects. In focus where discussions about Rieter’s energy saving solutions, the 4 end spinning technologies and the latest parts and conversions. Thanks to the interesting exhibits the innovations could be discussed either by means of models or running machines.
 
Far Eastern Cares for the Environment
After one year testing on one machine Far Eastern decided to retrofit 40 000 ring spindles with suction tube ECOrized.
 
The well maintained G 33 ring spinning machines run since 1998 to the full satisfaction of Far Eastern at high speed and low yarn break rates.
 
After one year testing Far Eastern summarizes that thanks to suction tube ECOrized they are able to reduce power consumption of the test machine from 5.5 to 1.9 KW. This high savings led to the decision to retrofit the total ring installation.

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