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Rieter delights customers at ITMA ASIA
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May '10
As leading supplier of machines and plants for the processing of short staple fibers, Rieter will be presenting its entire production range; live on the stand, the new G 32 ring spinning machine will be shown alongside the E 66 comber which has been successfully established on the market. In addition to these two main attractions, exhibits on the stand will include samples and end products from ring yarn, Com4 compact yarn, ComfoRo rotor yarn ComforJet air-jet yarn.

Rieter leads the way in textile technology and uses state-of-the-art technology in the development of innovative processes, machines and yarns. Customers profit from the technology know-how across all process stages from the spinning mill up to the textile end product. Since its founding in Switzerland in 1795, Rieter has developed high quality standards. These apply to the entire global production network. As a component of its quality strategy, all production locations are ISO 9001 certified.

With the presentation of the new G 32 ring spinning machine at the ITMA Asia, Rieter is responding to the needs of the new markets. It is a response to the requirements for dependability, modern technology and quality. The E 66 comber represents market leadership in combing.

Live on the Rieter Stand

G 32 ring spinning machine
This machine is a new development. With up to 1 440 spindles and an excellent price/performance ratio, it has been specifically targeted to fulfil the needs of the new markets. The familiar production quality and efficiency of Rieter ring spinning machines is reflected in the G 32 and is achieved due to the well-established functions such as the automatic cop change ROBOdoff or doffing without unwinding with the SERVOgrip.

The G 32 ring spinning machine is ideal for customers who want to modernize with long doffer ring spinning machines.

E 66 combing machine
72 kg/h combed sliver – that is the real performance of the E 66 semi-automatic combing machine. This was developed on the basis of the wide experience gained over recent years with the more than 7 800 combing machines sold. Together with the Computer-Aided-Process-Development – C•A•P•D500 – the combing process is optimized with regard to movement, applied load, air and power consumption. The high performance of 72 kg/h is achieved with 500 nips/min, 80 g/m lap sheet fineness, ideal running behaviour and highest quality.
Technology corner

As a system supplier for all spinning systems available on the market, Rieter explains the specific properties of the various spinning systems by using the wide range of fabric and knitted samples as well as with various end products and offers comprehensive technological advice on the exhibition stand.

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Rieter Management AG


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