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Loepfe to showcase latest technologies at Shanghaitex
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Apr '15
Loepfe Brothers Ltd. which started business 60 years ago is showcasing its latest technologies at Shanghaitex 2015 which runs from June 15-18, 2015 in Shanghai.

It will display a new yarn clearer YarnMaster Zenit+ introduced in 2014, which is state-of-the-art and among the fastest processors and measuring technologies.

“These innovative technical components allow even more precise yarn clearing and a multi-layered evaluation of the measuring results,” Loepfe said in a press release.

“100 per cent online quality assurance no longer implies expensive and lengthy laboratory measurements as the easy to service and easy to operate central unit provides a clearly structured user interface,” it added.

“The possibility of allowing experienced Loepfe technicians to use remote control to check the status of the central unit and to perform software updates when needed, improves reliability,” Loepfe observed.

It also provides an extremely reliable tool to safely detect even the finest yarn irregularities and just one sensing head covers the range of yarn counts from Nec 2.4 to Nec 320.

Loepfe's new YarnMaster 3N1 for open end, integrated with three sensors, combines conventional clearer functions for diameter, an F-sensor for detection of foreign matter and a P-sensor for detection of synthetic foreign matter irrespective of yarn colour.

The YarnMaster 1N1 has a sensing head integrated with one sensor for diameter measurement. The 3N1 & 1N1 can communicate with any type of OE machine control and provides access to all functions and reports.

It offers long-standing and successful experience in optical measuring processes and ensures absolute precision in the detection and elimination of faults.

Yarn clearing is activated by setting classes within the clearer matrix using the touch screen and the length and deviation limits of the classes can be set individually within certain limits.

Repetitive quality stops or longer faults can be blocked for particular rotors and this to covers the range of yarn counts from Nec 3 to Nec 60 with maximum spinning speeds up to 400 metres per minute.

The desired quality can be achieved with the maximum possible machine efficiency, while detection of yarn contamination by polypropylene, polyester and other synthetic matter is possible irrespective of the yarn colour.

Foreign matter detection is performed from all sides allowing permanent detection of all foreign fibres.

The new WeftMaster Falcon also introduced in 2014 is an optical yarn defects sensor and an important innovation contributing to knotless weaving fabrics.

All conventional knot detectors have limitations in terms of size of yarn defects or knots to be detected. Installing the Falcon-I yarn sensor, solves the problems faced like smallest knots, fluff or even filamentation from weft yarn.

It is also suitable for high performance yarns such as glass fibre, aramid, carbon, monofilament or multifilament yarns and is chemical resistant and the housing is shielded. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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