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Trützschler showing new technologies at ITMA ASIA
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Aug '16
German textile machinery producer Trützschler will be showing new and existing technologies from all its divisions at ITMA Asia 2016 at its 550 sq. metre stand. These technologies will include those from the spinning, card clothing and manmade fibres. Of these, many machines for spinning preparation will be exhibited for the first time in Asia.

In spinning, on show is the TC 15, which offers more productivity compared to its previous model. A new web doffer in the machine significantly reduces tension drafts, resulting in increased sliver evenness and improved running behaviour.

The T-Move is a filling station offering space saving and increased efficiency. The new moving head allows a can change at high delivery speeds leading to improved card efficiency. It also helps expand the service life of the cans, since they do not need to be moved during can change.

Another machine, the TC 10 is a made in China card, primarily designed for the Chinese textile market, having a traditional working width of one metre.

The integrated draw frame IDF 2 offers the possibility to produce cotton rotor-spun yarns in the entire yarn count range without additional draw frame passages, thereby offering cost savings.

A new concept, the TD 9T twin draw frame has no efficiency coupling for the two deliveries, which results in overall efficiency increasing by around 15 per cent, when compared to double head draw frames.

The TD 8C is a single head technology with the space advantages of a double head draw frame and can be installed without the disadvantages of conventional double head draw frames.

The Toyota-Trützschler TD 9T is a comber which offers manual, semi-automatic or fully automatic flap transport, while the TCO 12A is equipped with an automatic lap change with automatic piecing.

The new modular fibre blending system T-Blend combines maximum precision and high production, when dealing with fibre blends.

In the new foreign part separator T-Scan TS-T5, five detection technologies ensure an all-time high separation efficiency, which detects coloured, shiny, transparent and semi-transparent, fluorescent and the smallest thread-shaped parts.

The T-Data, a quality and production data system processes more than just the regular data. Trützschler sensors are used to determine neps in the card sliver, distances of carding elements or actual energy consumption of the machines. (AR)

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