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Orizio focuses on high productivity and high quality
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Apr '11
“The technical change and fast production potential of Orizio machines are capturing customers' interest worldwide. Today's market demand seems to be more then ever high production quality level fabric” says Mr. Orizio, “this is why we have enlarged our production machine range…”.

The new Orizio single jersey JH/V model is available in either 1 or 2 cam track machine for the high volume production of plain jersey and jersey with lycra with a special sinker and needle cams profile and a special needle. This machine is designed to minimize the friction of all moving parts in order to reach up to 50 rpm in production with a 30” machine. A particular care has been deserved to any of the machines parts to achieve this target with machines on test on the market since two years up to now.

A particular attention of our R&D department went into the striping technology with the new born JB41E that with 1.6 feeders per diametrical inches can knit single jersey basic stitch fabrics with 4 colour stripers. At 34 inches the JB41E can run up to 20 rpm with 54 feeders thus producing the best quality striped fabric in commerce.

With 2.4 feeds per diametrical inches the new JB3E can manufacture single jersey 3 colour striping fabric. This high speed striper machine can run up to 22 rpm with 72 real operating feeds on 30” diameter, thus granting great stitch adjustment range and consequently results in high volume production.

The traditional cylinder quick change system for rapid gauge conversion and easy to remove and change striper modules gives these new models more versatility and flexibility reducing time and workforce. “With a high quality, our efforts will be essential in securing new prospective and long-term success” according to Orizio.

ORIZIO SRL


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