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Terrot to exhibit new designed machines at ITMA ASIA
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May '08
Terrot GmbH will participate at the ITMA Asia Shanghai. The ITMA Asia fair will take place from July 27 to 31 this year in Shanghai. Terrot is among the exhibitors and we would like to invite you to visit our booth No. C08, Hall E4 where the company will exhibit 3 new designed and developed machines.

1 “S6F348“ - Single-Jersey 6-Colour Striper machine
TERROT invented the striper technology for knitting machines in 1950. We will now introduce a 6-colour Single Jersey Striper with 4 cam tracks. While knitting large sequences in a single colour, the machine will automatically speed-up by about 25%, thereby increasing productivity.

Thanks to this “Terrot Speed-up Function“ the speed of 27 rpm will be increased to around 32 rpm which results in a production output unknown from other striper machines in the market. The long tradition of TERROT as a leading manufacturer of high performance striper machines will thus be continued by this introduction. The unique Terrot technique with independent drapers and scissors will also guarantee unmatched security in yarn changing of all synthetic and spun yarn qualities.

2 “S296-1 Open Width“ - Single-Jersey High Production with a new compact Open Width Frame
As early as 1999 in Paris TERROT was first to introduce a Single Jersey Circular Knitting machine where the tubular fabric was cut and wound-up in open condition directly in the machine. This improved new S296-1 is now available with a very compact open width frame which offers very easy handling by the operator. This innovative design was demanded by the market. The speed factor is 1050 (35 rpm in 30 inch).


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