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Crealet & Eichler and Meurers to offer creels for yarns
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Mar '18
Crealet & Eichler and Meurers to offer creels for yarns
Crealet, developer of electronically controlled warp feed systems for weaving machines and mechanical engineering partner for the high-tech industry, has joined hands with Eichler and Meurers Industrietechnik GmbH, a manufacturing company with many years of experience in the field of mechanical engineering, to offer all types of creels for yarns.

Creel is the metallic framework in textile machines. Wherever possible, overhead take-off creels can be used. However unrolling creels are used wherever a twist-free feeding of the yarns has to be guaranteed. Each creel is built according to the customer’s specifications. They can be specified for different yarns made out of glass, carbon, metal, and basalt.

The yarns are taken off from the creel and are passed through perforated plates with ceramic eyelets at the creel end. Then, they pass an expansions comb before being fed via a delivery unit to the weaving machine or the pultrusion unit. The creel used must be able to accommodate the required number of bobbins and to ensure a constant tension over the entire thread sheet. The feed unit controls the thread tension between the creel and the processing machines and supplies the yarns with the necessary tension to the manufacturing process. (GK)

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