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Reiners + Fürst to show latest technologies at ITMA 2015
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Turbo spinning rings
Turbo spinning rings
German manufacturer of spinning rings and ring travelers, Reiners + Fürst GmbH will show its latest range of both products at ITMA 2015 in hall H-2, stand H-106.

“Reiners + Fürst will display the latest generation of Turbo chromium coated rings and a selection of enhanced ring travelers,” the company said in a press release.

According to the company, Turbo rings offer simplified running-in and stable running performance with highest spindle speeds even under extremely challenging spinning conditions.

“Since their launch into the market in 2007, more than 15 million installed Turbo rings contribute to the success of spinning mills all over the world,” it added.

“The special feature of our travellers is rapid building up of lubricating film on their contact area with the spinning ring,” Reiners + Fürst informed.

“The current innovation is a significant improvement of the traveller surface with reduced friction coefficient, leading to benefits of prolonged life-times and reduced ends-downs,” it explained.

The company further added that the new generation of J-travellers includes further enhancements in running performance and longer traveller service life-time, particularly on fine counts.

For processing of fibre glass, it has introduced a newly developed series of horizontal travellers for twisting of fine fibre glass filaments for ring height of 4.8 mm.

Reiners + Fürst is a family-owned business, with the fourth generation now managing the business and has a policy of in-house manufacturing for deriving premium quality standards.

Its innovations have set several milestones for highest efficiencies and yarn qualities over extended service life times in the history of ring spinning. (AR)

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