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SSM displays latest textile machines at Yiwu exhibition
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Dec '14
SSM at Yiwu exhibition
SSM at Yiwu exhibition
Schärer Schweiter Mettler AG (or SSM), a Switzerland-based textile machinery manufacturer, displayed two machines for conventional covering at the 15th China (Yiwu) International Exhibition on Hosiery, Knitting, Dyeing & Finsihing Machinery, which took place in Yiwu, Zhejiang, China, last month.
 
The exhibition attracted a large number of visitors from the Zhejiang region, which is known as the distribution hub of hosiery and innerwear.
 
At the fair, SSM shared a booth with its representative Chemtax Industrial Co Ltd. It displayed two machines—SSM FM1 preciflex manual high-speed parallel winder and SSM NOVA-CS conventional single covering machine.
 
The flexible and innovative concept of the manual SSM FM1 preciflex permits the cost efficient preparation of flanged bobbin for the covering and twisting process.
 
The SSM NOVA-CS conventional single covering machine is designed for the production of high quality elastic covered yarns ranging from fine to medium final counts. The key features are: inverter driven motors, electronic traverse system, touch screen terminal with recipe management, high quality spindle drive for minimum speed variation, eco mode with programmable spindle speed over time, and a sturdy machine design for low maintenance costs.
 
SSM came into existence in 1989 through merger of the Schärer, Schweiter and Mettler companies. Subsequently in 1999, Stähle-Eltex GmbH and SSM merged to develop air texturing technology and to strengthen their leadership position in the marketplace. The company has also taken over the activities of Giudici SpA, Galbiate (LC), Italy, since 2012. As a result, SSM is now able to offer a complete portfolio to process yarns. (RKS)
 

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