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Suessen to show newest technologies at Indo Intertex
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Mar '16
Twisttrap Navel
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Spindelfabrik Suessen GmbH (Suessen), a Germany based textile machinery manufacturer will be displaying its technologies at Indo Intertex 2016, to be held in Jakarta, Indonesia in hall B3, booth 77.

In ring spinning, it will show the Elite Compactset Advanced with new components; Elitop Advanced with EliSpring and the HP-GX 3010RPT Top Weighting Arm, a replacement for the pneumatic top arm.

A press release from the company said, Suessen will demonstrate the PS7 Twindisc and the Twisttrap Navel in the rotor spinning technologies.

As per the press release, Suessen's Elite Compactset is the world's most in demand, compact spinning system.

“While, the Elite Compactset Advanced with the new components and devices makes the system even more attractive for its customers and more competitive in the market,” it added.

According to the company, the HP-GX 3010Top Weighting Arm in 'RPT' version replaces pneumatic top arm systems on ring spinning machines, reusing the top roller equipment.

Alongside, PS7 Twindisc and Twisttrap Navel, it will show its Spinbox SQ equipped with Suessen premium parts spinning components such as Profil Rotors, Profil Pads, Torquestop, Solidring and Fibre Channel.

“The PS7 Twindisc has a reduced width of the disc and thus a smaller contact area to the rotor shaft, which guarantees significantly reduced energy consumption,” Suessen informed.

The Twisttrap Navel creates additional false twist in the zone of highest spinning tension, within the rotor, when spinning knitting yarn of cotton in the range of Ne 18 to Ne 40.

This helps achieve production increase of 5-15 per cent by reducing the twist multiplier without increasing the rotor speed.

Suessen Premium Parts also offers modernisation packages like Trash Channel, Carbon Fibre Rod, SRK Modernisation, Package Cradle Shock Absorber, etc. (AR)

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