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Savio to present technology at KTM & ITM exhibitions
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Apr '16
Savio, a global leader in the yarn finishing machines will showcase the new Eco PulsarS automatic winder and the drumless multicone technology at the Kahramanmaras Textile Machinery (KTM) and ITM Texpo Eurasia 2016 exhibition in Turkey.

KTM show 2016, will open its doors to the visitors on 2016, 28 April and ITM Texpo Eurasia 2016 exhibition will bring together the world's leading textile technology manufacturers on June 1-4.

Savio will display the new Eco PulsarS automatic winder, the new Volufil machine, combining winding and thermic treatment, and the drumless Multicone technology at both exhibitions, according to a press release.

EcoPulsarS winding machine, with its innovative platform can save up to 30 per cent power bill, reduce yarn waste, air conditioning costs and noise inside the spinning room. The new controlled cut system, yarn tension control system, waste collection and separation system, and upgraded splicing solutions, each contributes to the overall reduction of process downtime.

Savio's Multicone digital yarn layering technology is available for Polar range and represents the proper solution to achieve flexibility, for an easy and fast change in the winding process to prepare packages for dyeing, warping, weft, knitting, and twisting.

Volufil Multicone combines thermic treatment and winding process on a single machine. The new Volufil Multicone have extended the technological process on acrylic heat set yarns, chenille yarns and traditional HB Acrylic fibres, blended with wool and elastomeric filaments. (NA)

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