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Uster Quantum 3 solutions for mill management
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Jun '16
Uster Quantum 3 anniversary edition – yarn clearer and CCU (Central Control Unit)
Uster Quantum 3 anniversary edition – yarn clearer and CCU (Central Control Unit)
Uster provides the Uster Quantum 3 anniversary edition of yarn cleaners in combination with the Uster Quantum Expert 3 for data analysis to monitor systems in mills.

Uster Quantum 3 anniversary edition comes with unique Uster sensors that automatically identify areas in the yarn where the core component is either missing or off-centre at a significant level and over long lengths. Using the Quantum 3 anniversary edition fabric rejects can be eliminated before reaching the final package.

With Uster Quantum 3 anniversary edition, the clearers introduce online measurement of true yarn hairiness, so that outlier bobbins can be removed. The anniversary edition is incorporated with Uster's advanced foreign matter sensor that comes with a shade variation feature to identify change in shades or colours.

Uster Quantum Expert 3 helps complete routine tasks quickly, without the need for constant patrols between machines or assessment of masses of data reports.  

Using the Uster Quantum Expert 3, detailed reports based on data collected from the winding machine control units can be prepared.  It analyses the whole picture, customised to the mill's requirement.

Ahmet Meric, sales and technology manager, Uster Teknoloji Ticaret, said, “The Uster systems provide a wide range of quality parameter data, presented in valuable reports. The Uster Quantum 3 anniversary edition combined with Uster Quantum Expert 3 is an excellent example of how Uster handles data, so that spinning mills can benefit from the potential of data-driven quality management. This is a key element of Uster's proposal for `Managing a spinning mill with quality in mind´ towards sustainable profitability.”

Uster is displaying its latest innovations at the ongoing ITM 2016, in Istanbul, Turkey. (HO)

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