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USTER brings innovations to Quantum 3 for spinners

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May '20
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USTER’s ambitions for its world-leading Quantum 3 series never stopped growing since last ten years. Company has presented spinners with a whole series of developments, each one a big step in expanding the possibilities, from quality control at winding to ‘smart’ clearing, contamination control, mill optimisation and even preventing faults at source.
 
USTER Quantum 3 featuring Smart Clearing Technology was the headline in 2010 when USTER launched its third generation of yarn clearers. 
 
Powerful processing electronics made it possible for the system to display the full yarn body – an outline of the ‘normal’ yarn with its expected and tolerable natural variations. Since then, the term yarn body has become a well-recognised and easily understood descriptor in the industry. Today, spinning professionals readily envisage the familiar green arrowhead symbol within a varying dark green frame as an essential element of the classification matrix.
 
Trailblazing progress in quality assurance technology now allows textile manufacturers to optimise production efficiency and reduce costs continuously, taking advantage of several beneficial extras with USTER Quantum 3. The development of smart clearing technology, for example has been a massive leap, providing an indispensable tool for quality-oriented spinning plants.
 
The new yarn clearer was a game-changer in many ways: it learns everything needed about the running yarn in just two minutes, then using built-in USTER know-how it proposes suitable clearing limits to achieve the required quality level. That means the same reliable quality level is achieved with contamination control for vegetable matter or polypropylene. Each issue is solved with a dependable clearing solution even for severe problems such as periodic faults.
 
As grown-up technology, USTER Quantum 3 was ready to play a major part in all-round production optimising. Yarn clearer data enables quality and cost to be balanced for best-possible profitability and this is combined with data from USTER Jossi Vision Shield to achieve total contamination control, with precisely-controlled contamination levels. 
 
“Our customers value the integrated solution to manage remaining contaminants in yarns at minimum possible cost,” Sivakumar Narayanan, executive vice-president for marketing and business development at USTER, said in a release.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (JL)


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