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Oerlikon to show sustainable solutions at Domotex
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Jan '16
Oerlikon Neumag Ro-Tac3
Oerlikon Neumag Ro-Tac3
At this year's Domotex trade show in Hanover, Oerlikon Neumag will be showcasing solutions for the sustainable manufacture of carpet yarns with a diverse range of products and services in hall 5, stand A31.

“Since the market launch of the RoTac3, as the new tangling unit for the BCF S+ system a year ago, almost 90 per cent of all new sales have been equipped with the rotating tangling unit,” a press release stated.

“The retrofitting business with the component is also operating well and for us, this is a signal that energy costs are playing an increasingly important role in BCF production,” sales director Martin Rademacher said.

According to the company, the RoTac has been deployed as the tangling unit in the single-end Sytec One system since 2012, while, virtually all Sytec One systems are sold with the RoTac tangling unit.

“To this end, the further development of the unit to create a three-end system was a logical consequence,” the Germany based textile machinery producer said.

With its range of systems, Oerlikon Neumag added that, it covers almost all requirements of carpet yarn manufacturers, something that is demonstrated by the high demand for the BCF S+ and Sytec One systems.

While the S+ is a convincing solution for commercial applications, the Sytec One is particularly good for demanding production processes due to its monofilament character.

“With the S+ and Sytec One, we are extremely well positioned within the BCF market worldwide and can cover practically all customer requirements with these two systems,” Rademacher informed. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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