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TERROT presents new Circular Knitting Machines at INDIA ITME
24
Sep '08
TERROT presents completely new designed and developed Circular Knitting Machines in hall 1, stall B 102 at India ITME.

Perfect circular knitting technology combined with the „finest Terrot knitted fabrics“ is the culmination of well-developed machine engineering designed to sharpen the competitive edge of our international customer base.

The name Terrot stands for quality and top performance in the construction of electronically and mechanically controlled circular knitting machines around the world. Maximum efficiency and an outstanding cost-to-performance ratio, combined with truly universal application and operating convenience: These are the objectives at the forefront of our machine design and development work.

TERROT presents completely new designed and developed Circular Knitting Machines at INDIA ITME:

- 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 width 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. The frame size reduction was demanded by the market for a long time. The speed factor is 990 (33 rpm in 30 inch).

UCC572M
Electronically controlled Double-Jersey Jacquard machine
Most of the knitted fabrics for Mattress Ticking's are at present produced by 38 inch machines with 60 feeders. With its new 90 feeder, this UCC572M will be in a class by itself with a productivity increase of 50% and nearly 30 kg/h production output. The 3-way technique on all 90 feeders UCC572 M permits for unlimited kind of applications.

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