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Spindelfabrik to show new compact spinning system at ITMA
17
Oct '15
Spindelfabrik Suessen will exhibit its innovative compact spinning system which reduces cost significantly, while also enabling the production of high quality yarn at ITMA 2015.

As per a press release from Spindelfabrik Suessen, one of the highlights is the Elite CompactSet Advanced, a compact spinning system with various new features.

“The goal of the new development was an increased lifetime of many components, such as lattice aprons and inserts and the reduction of maintenance costs,” it said.

“With the flip-over technology, the housing can be used upside down, because top and bottom parts are identical, while the different colours, red and yellow, indicate the two sides,” Suessen added.

“As a result the use of top roller cots can be doubled and customers benefit from lower costs for maintenance, handling, and alignment,” the company explained.

“In addition, the top roller cots on the new system have bigger diameters and the lifetime of the larger cots is substantially longer and an improvement in lifetime of up to 165 per cent is possible,” it observed.

Suessen will also present various new premium parts for rotor spinning machines one of which is the new TwistTrap-Navel, which has a modified nozzle, combined with a patented twist-retaining element.

The TwistTrap-Navel, which is applicable to all types of spin boxes, provides an additional false twist, which results in better spinning stability and production can rise by 10-15 per cent from the possible twist reduction.

Another new premium part is the PS7 TwinDisc, a support disc with reduced width. The reduction from 10 mm to 7 mm, results in less flexing work, between rotor shaft and disc.

“The benefit is lower energy consumption or savings of up to 11 Watts are possible, depending on the rotor speed,” it noted.

Spindelfabrik Suessen is a manufacturer of spinning systems and components for spinning machines, with more than 10 per cent of the world's cotton crop spun with Suessen components. (AR)

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