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Heberlein to show synthetic yarn machinery at ITMA

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Apr '19
Pic: Heberlein
Pic: Heberlein
Heberlein will display products for modification and treatment of synthetic yarns at ITMA exhibition, in hall 6, booth D202. The international textile and garment technology exhibition will be held from June 20-26, 2019, in Barcelona, Spain. The company is a leading provider of air interlacing and air texturing jets for synthetic continuous filament yarns.

The company will display the Heberlein AirSplicer POY, the lightest AirSplicer for splicing POY during false twist texturing DTY. The automatic splice cycles ensures stable, operator independent quality. It is a robust design but guarantees smooth functioning under extreme condition and a high efficiency can be achieved by high transfer rates in the false twist texturising process (depending to the yarn count from 95 to 100 per cent), the company said in a press release.

Heberlein will also present the KF Jet Insert that guarantees there are no imperfections in the fabric such as pinholes, teardrops or stripes. It provides a 15 – 30 per cent increased unwinding speed compared to non-interlaced yarn paired with improved energy efficiency compared to the so called soft interlacing.

The Heberlein SlideJet-2T for best interlacing with lowest air consumption will also be a part of the show. The special design was developed for processing fine multifilament yarn on Twin-Pac DTY machines with converted take-up positions (for twin packages). The cutting-edge jet inserts technology ensures improved interlacing, small variation from position to position and low air consumption. The ceramic material prevents wear out.

The Heberlein WarpJet which provides time-saving on threading and energy efficient and customised interlacing, will be seen at ITMA 2019. The new WarpJet that boosts performance improvements of 10 – 50 per cent, thanks to higher operating speeds, low air consumption, and higher nip number, will be seen at the expo. The modular design allows a choice between a cost optimisation and high-end performance solution. The full range of Heberlein jets will operate on the WarpJet up to 32 ends. It’s simple to mount and unmount for easy maintenance.

The company will display the Heberlein PolyJet SP-2 HP which provides high-performance air interlacing for filament spinning applications. The latest generation of PolyJet, which has the full range of jet insert for producing all yarns including finer denier (<50den) with 0.9 mm air orifice, will also be seen. The SP-2 HP offers high-performance in terms of air interlacing tacks numbers and regularity, less broken filaments and reduced air consumption. It has been fully optimised for yarn less than 2.5 dpf and microfilaments operating at lower pressures. With a retrofit option, it is possible to replace the jet pack on existing SP-2 housings or for customer specific design as for Barmag FDY Wing as well as for TMT ORKA POY production machines.

For the Taslan air-jet texturing programme, all approved TexHead types will be shown. Some will be launched and introduced for the first time at ITMA. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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