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Uster Tester 6 has accuracy & power spinners expect
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Jul '16
According to Uster, its Tester 6 has all the accuracy and power, spinning mills have come to expect. “However, its ability to integrate data from other quality measurement sources creates a true total testing centre,” Uster said.

When compared with the Tester 5, the Tester 6 has a new Capacitive Sensor (Sensor CS), as well as a new Sensor HL, for hairiness length classification at up to 800 metres per minute.

“The real breakthrough, in terms of user-friendly protection against quality issues, is the Product Consistency Alert, which flags up potential defects before they arise,” the Swiss company added.

The Tester 6 incorporates Assistant Q, which analyses and immediately alerts management to quality issues, possible causes and best remedies and also evaluates and advises on a yarn's performance downstream, based on application experience.

While, the Uster Quality Expert is the key to the whole-mill approach as it is the essential platform for managing a spinning mill with quality in mind, with the intelligence to collate and integrate laboratory test data from the Tester, Uster fibre testing instruments and Uster online monitoring systems.

Uster further added that the more its instruments are connected to the Tester 6 via Uster Quality Expert; more information can be generated and with each addition, quality risks are minimised towards zero.

Currently, its products like Afis Pro 2, Tensojet and Quantum Expert 3 can be connected, while the HVI 1000, Tensorapid and Sentinel will follow, affording mills totally centralised management of all aspects of yarn quality.

The Total Testing Centre creates a map of the individual spinning mill processes, and its alert system, flags up any issues at each process stage, whether bale opening, carding, combing, finisher drawing, roving, ring spinning or winding.

The system pinpoints any problem, and analyses its cause, while for each alert, the Assistant Q proposes practical solutions and advises where and how to fix the problem.

Interaction with Assistant Q makes the system even more intelligent, as it learns to recognise the main issues and quickly find the most efficient solution. (AR)

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