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Bracker AG to show latest textile machines at ITM 2018
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Mar '18
Courtesy: Bracker
Courtesy: Bracker
Bracker AG, the world’s leading supplier of rings and travellers for ring spinning systems and a subsidiary of the Rieter Group, is set to present high quality products and latest innovations, at ITM 2018, the 34th international textile machinery exhibition, which will be held from April 14 to 17, 2018, in Istanbul, Turkey, in booth 313A, hall 3.

Bräcker’s products enable spinning mills to increase the production output at an efficient price-performance ratio. The company will show new traveller treatment and ring/travellers systems at the expo that include the ONYX and SFB travellers and the ORBIT ring.

The surface treatment of the ONYX travellers facilitates a higher efficiency. The improved gliding characteristic allows for an increase of the spindle speed by up to +1000 rpm and prolongs the life of the traveller by up to +50 per cent. Additionally, the running-in period is considerably reduced.

The large contact surface between SFB traveller and ORBIT ring enables higher spindle speeds even with fibres like viscose or with fibres, tending to thermal damage, for example, polyester. Higher traveller speeds of 10 to 20 per cent are achieved compared to the T-flange ring/C-shaped traveller system. To cover the new demands, the SFB traveller portfolio was substantially expanded in regards of traveller profiles and weights.

In addition, Bracker introduces the new Berkol multi-grinder to the market. The entire range of top rollers and long cots used in a spinning mill can be processed on only one single machine. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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