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Mayer to exhibit OVJA electronic circular knitting machines at ITMA + CITME
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Jun '08
The world's leading manufacturer of circular knitting machines will be represented in Shanghai from July 27 – 31, 2008 on its own trade fair stand with a surface area of over 250 sq. mtr.

The exhibits:
OVJA 2.4 E – the standard in electronic Jacquard production – now even more productive with 92 feeders.

The OVJA machine series is among the world's most successful electronic circular knitting machines, due largely to its exceptionally high output and flexibility, as well as the use of proven Mayer & Cie. full electronics. This machine's many benefits have been recognized increasingly over recent years by the mattress industry, making this machine series a unique success story in this specialist market segment.

At the ITMA Asia + CITME 2008, Mayer & Cie will exhibit the OVJA 2.4 E for the first time with 92 feeders and a diameter of 38“. The performance improvement brought about by the increased number of feeders will be appreciated particularly by mattress manufacturers. Due to its high production output, the OVJA 2.4 with this increased number of feeders will be exhibited in an industrial frame offering capacity for fabric bales of up to 900 mm in diameter.

Electronic individual needle selection in the cylinder transfers any pattern to the machine in just seconds, ensuring full use of the extensive patterning variety with optimum productivity due to short machine resetting times.

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Mayer & Cie GmbH & Co KG

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