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R+F showing travellers for spinning various fibres at ITMA
06
Sep '16
Ring travellers producer Reiners + Fürst (R+F) will show travellers for spinning yarns from various fibres like cotton, wool and glass at ITMA Asia in hall H1, stand B30. Among which is a traveller for Siro-Compact technology, which has optimised geometry and new surface characteristics, with benefits of low yarn hairiness and longer traveller service life.

According to the company, customers in China prefer the latest generation of Turbo rings especially for Compact and Siro yarns and already more than 2.5 million Turbo ring units are running successfully in the market.

“The enhanced surface allows increasing machine efficiencies by up to 10 per cent, especially when producing yarns from sensitive fibres or with higher spindle speeds,” Reiners + Furst said.

With regards to worsted spinning, R+F will introduce J-travellers for ring heights of 9.1 and 11.1 mm with enhanced surface for better performance of the spinning process and which is available in different shapes.

For the processing of fibre glass, the German company is displaying the latest series of horizontal travellers for twisting of fine fibre glass filaments for ring heights of 9.5 and 4.8 mm. (AR)

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