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Karl Mayer earns an excellent reputation for warp elastane yarns
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Apr '08
KARL MAYER's elastane warping machines have proved themselves time and time again, and enjoy an excellent reputation worldwide.

They can produce a warp beam build of unrivalled quality, guarantee optimum performance during subsequent processing, and are extremely efficient. The DSE-H 50/30 is, therefore, an extremely successful production machine, surpassed only by its successor.

A change of generation, which is currently being undertaken, envisages the replacement of this successful, top-selling machine by an Elast-O-Matic type DSE-HH 50/32, which will improve precision and ease of operation, and increase productivity even further. The new warping machine for processing extremely sensitive elastane yarns is now up to 25% more efficient, thanks to its optimised technology.

The focus of the development work carried out on the high-speed machine was to replace the existing drive system with multi-motor drives. The software for fault analysis and for re-cording the beam data has also been brought up to the level of KARL MAYER's state-of-the-art KAMCOS technology, and the Teleservice package has been integrated into the overall machine concept – with obvious advantages for the user.

For example, the new Elast-O-Matic enables the beam data for the individual section warp beams to be displayed and compared; any faults can be dealt with before they can cause any problems during subsequent processing.

Right from the start, the new Elast-O-Matic rules out any discrepancies in the warp beam quality as a result of the tension differences in the packages by using new pressure meas-urement technology. This high-tech solution consists of sensors, which are integrated directly into the bearings of the pre-drawing unit. This system equalises the tension differences be-tween and within the yarn packages automatically.

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