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Uster launches Tester 6 for filament yarn testing
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Mar '16
According to Uster, the new Uster Tester 6 opens up a whole new world of quality for filament yarn producers, with superb new sensor technology and innovative features aimed at being right first time.

“For the first time, spinners benefit from a built in knowledge based system and data about twist; two of the many reasons for a safe investment,” Uster stated in a press release.

As per Uster, for proper filament yarn evenness testing, only sensors with the highest sensitivity, accuracy and reliability can provide the precision data required.

“The new Uster Tester 6-C800 meets that description, with purpose-designed sensors which will set unique standards, making it an essential equipment in the laboratory of every filament yarn producer,” it added.

The new digital capacitive sensor CC of the Uster Tester 6-C800 offers higher accuracy and reliability than ever before.

“The new capacitive sensor has the power to assure filament producers that their yarn quality will be right first time, every time,” the Swiss company informed.

The Uster Tester 6-C800 also offers several completely new features to assist filament quality monitoring and features a graphical user interface, with an intuitive touchscreen monitor.

A unique automatic twist scan facility makes twister settings easier, while measurement results for the Uster value CVm are presented as easy-reference graphics, with diagrams, spectrograms and histograms.

The new Knowledge Based System (KBS) enables users to trace the cause of quality problems on the spinning machine quickly, without the need for extra settings or input from the machine supplier.

A single click on the spectrogram display brings up the defective component on the screen, while the KBS saves time, as well as improving quality, avoiding expensive claims.

Uster further added that designed-in ergonomics make it simple, even for untrained operators, to tackle any potential quality issues with confidence. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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