Retech to present new thermal treatment solutions at ITMA
Retech will present new solutions for thermal treatment and drawing in the field of synthetic yarn production at ITMA 2015.
In a press release, Retech said it will show their complete product range in operation for the first time and not only as static components.
“Customers will be able to see how the blue thread moves and how it is running on the Retech high end products such as heated godets, yarn tension sensors and air bearing separator rolls,” it added.
Among products on display is the Heated Godet with four heating zones and rotating temperature sensor.
Based on the permanent synchronous magnet motor (PSM) concept, Retech is offering three main sizes of motors, available in different performance categories.
For each of these motors, different roll diameters and various lengths are available and after defining the dimensions and performance of a heated godet, the parameters of heating type whether single or multi zone with stationary or rotating temperature sensor can be defined.
“Having decided all the specific customer requirements, a special godet based on a modular standard concept will be precisely manufactured,” it informed.
Retech is also focusing on a larger range of air bearing separator rolls (ABSR), which by using a proprietary technology; it has reduced air consumption on its latest ABSR version by one-third.
It has made available ABSR in new dimensions such as Ø 36 x 110 mm and Ø 58 x 125 mm, which are used mainly as guiding rolls and have been added to the existing product range.
In online monitoring systems, Retech has further developed the Win OLT, which is a yarn tension measuring system that continuously monitors yarn tension, records yarn breaks and calculates downtimes.
In tension sensors, the company supplies the tension sensor either as a stand-alone standard component with new four standard measuring ranges, or as a complete QA system.
In roll temperature surface measurement devices, it will show a device with up to four measuring points and can register the exact roll surface temperature within 1 to 2 seconds.
The measured values for each godet and machine are stored and indicated in the hand held operating panel and can be transferred to the customer's supervision software via USB connection.
“It is a convenient small maintenance tool, which offers continuous and repeatable information to assure final yarn quality,” it stated.
It is also a highlighting a new temperature transmitter, the UTR-4A in which Retech supplies not only the heated godet but also the required temperature transmitter for one to six individual heating zones.
This can be combined with UCR controller or USC signal converters and this new device replaces the proven and successful UTR-4 and has been miniaturised as far as possible and is completely sealed.
According to Retech, it has many applications in the field of textiles and elsewhere and the company is also offering this feature for upgrading and modifications of existing heated godets. (AR)
Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India