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Mayer & Cie to show innovative technologies at ITMA
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Jun '15
German knitting machines producer Mayer & Cie is showcasing its latest interlock, striper, single jersey and mattress material machines at ITMA 2015, which runs from November 12 to 19, 2015 in Italy.

“An important feature that these machines have in common is their significantly reduced consumption of fresh needle oil, the result of a recycling process developed by Mayer & Cie,” it informed in a press release.

In addition, Mayer & Cie will be launching for the first time a spin-knit machine, a machine that spins and knits at the same time at ITMA 2015.

“These exhibits are intended to demonstrate the strengths that have made Mayer & Cie the market and technology leader in circular knitting machinery for many years,” it said.

“All of the machines on show combine a further increase in productivity, improved process reliability and, of course, the consistently high and reliable quality of the knitwear,” the knitting machine maker added.

The single jersey machine for elastomer plating uses the tried and trusted relative technology developed by Mayer & Cie., which generally means a gentle stitch formation.

This gentle needle and sinker guidance also reduces energy consumption and at the same time delivers peak productivity along with a significant improvement in process reliability.

The latter also applies to the striper machine which also has an improved yarn guide for a perfect yarn feed, while the stripe patterns can be programmed swiftly and simply on a touch display.

On this and other exhibits Mayer & Cie. will be presenting its patented Quick Change easy (QCe) for a very fast and simplified gauge change.

A high performance interlock machine, the D4-2.2 II will also be on show, which with 4.4 systems per inch, produces up to 400 kg of fabric per day and delivers excellent results with cotton yarn.

In mattress cover machines, Mayer & Cie. will be featuring a new development in double jersey double face department.

The model on exhibit performs with maximum flexibility for all patterns and weights with 1.6 systems per inch.

“Thanks to a higher rotational speed, customers can expect higher productivity here too – along with best fabric quality and the lowest error rate,” Mayer & Cie observed.

Except for the spin-knit machine, all Mayer machines share another common feature, i.e. they are all equipped with the SENSOBlueRS needle oil recycling system developed by Mayer & Cie.

“That means they require significantly less fresh needle oil to run perfectly than knitting machines running on conventional systems that consume about 2.5-3 litres of oil per day,” it noted.

The patent pending recycling process developed by Mayer & Cie. is based on cleaning and reusing the needle oil that has already been used by the knitting machine.

“Used oil is cleansed of dirt particles in a filter unit that is housed in the machine and then returned to the machine’s oil circuit, as a result, fresh oil consumption can be reduced by up to 30 per cent,” it explained. (AR)

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