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Oerlikon shows WinTape XXL tape yarn winder at K-2016
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Oct '16
Oerlikon Manmade Fibers segment, a leader in manmade fibre filament spinning systems, texturing machines, BCF systems, staple fibre systems, nonwovens and artificial turf systems, is showing its Oerlikon Barmag's automatic Wintape XXL tape yarn winder, at the ongoing K-2016, plastics and rubber trade fair, in Düsseldorf, Germany, from 19 to 26, October 2016.

The Oerlikon Barmag tape yarn concept – comprising the EvoTape extrusion system and the automatic WinTape winder – provides a whole new dimension in terms of efficiency. The special winder for manufacturing baler twine supports the full potential of the EvoTape system. Its maximum speed for the baler twine process is 400 m/min, with an output of 1,000 kg/h. The WinTape XXL fully-automatically winds packages with weights of up to 300 kg, with winding times of between one and two hours. In addition to this, the WinTape XXL comes with an innovative cutting concept for titers of up to 100,000 dtex. Furthermore, the fully-automatic operation and covers guarantee a high safety standard.

With this, the WinTape XXL tape yarn winder has created a new benchmark with regards to productivity and occupational safety when manufacturing baler twines. The EvoTape and WinTape tape yarn solution is available for numerous processes: to this end, the concept promises considerably more efficient production when manufacturing carpet backing, geotextiles, agricultural textiles, and artificial turf than in the case of conventional systems. The EvoTape 800 with the WinTape mini system is available for circular-woven sacks (big bags). (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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