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Trützschler debuts new solution for filling cans on cards
07
Jul '16
German textile machinery producer Trützschler has introduced a can filling station 'T-Move' which it called an entirely new solution for filling cans at the card.

According to the company, in recent years, card productions have increased rapidly. “However, can changers have not adapted accordingly,” it said.

“To change a can, the delivery speed of the card must be significantly lowered and then increased again after the change, which reduces efficiency and impacts sliver quality,” Trützschler added.

In the new innovation, the filling head changes position, not the can and the T-Move performs can changes at delivery speeds up to 300 minutes per minute.

“This is only possible due to the controlled movement of a machine element, while the cans remain stationary,” the German company observed.

The sliver is automatically separated at a precisely defined point and simultaneously with the movement of the filling head, the full can comes to a stop and the empty can starts to turn.

“All other can changers require reduced speed during the can change and the relatively unstable cans are not suited for the increased accelerations and decelerations,” Trützschler stated.

It is possible to use even larger cans at the card with the T-Move, with a diameter of 1,200 mm and hold 43 per cent more sliver than regular cans with 1,000 mm diameter.

“This increases economic efficiency and improves quality by eliminating unnecessary sliver piecings in the creel of the downstream draw frame,” Trützschler informed. (AR)

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