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Rotorcraft to display spinning machines at ITMA+CITME 2016
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Oct '16
Courtesy: Rotorcraft
Courtesy: Rotorcraft
Rotorcraft, a leading provider of innovative, high quality spinning components, is set to showcase new innovations in spinning technology with next generation spinning machineries, which encompass the operating principles of efficiency, simplicity, and sustainability, at ITMA ASIA+CITME 2016, Asia's leading business edge platform, in booth A01, hall 01.

For the first time worldwide, a revolutionary ring spinning frame will be introduced named Next Generation Spinning (NGS ). The frame meets all the requirements of a 21” century mill. Its features and benefits include avoiding setting errors of any kind, setting of the drafting systems by the use of exchangeable elements in different colours, maintaining constant distance between the drafting system and the spinning ring, and replaceable bottom aprons while the frame is running.

A low-pressure channel is built in between the working elements of both sides of the frame. The channel is large enough to fit the suction tubes as well as the low-pressure elements for pneumatic compact spinning. The two sides of the frame work independently. All bearings of the working elements are sealed for life. Equalised tension and evenness of yarn at a constant production speed go along with either better quality or a higher overall output.

The company will also display the next generation of Compact Spinning Systems, Green Compact, which attains the yarn quality improvements introduced by the first generation of compacting systems, while saving 6—8 kwh (kilo watt hour) hours of energy per spindle per year. It, therefore, performs considerably more economically and sustainably compared to old generation compacting systems.

Rotorcraft will also showcase the new top arm RT3 machine that has been optimised in its design and performance. It offers spinning mills the benefit of eliminating all possible sources of operating errors. This is achieved by adjusting settings in defined steps using saddle inserts of different colour; literally in a few seconds. (GK)

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