On display at ITM are the R9500, R9500p and R9500terry rapier and A9500 airjet loom. The R9500 can weave the widest range of applications from 170cm to 540cm, with the wider versions specifically developed to match demanding technical fabric market requirements. The R9500 includes the newest rapier developments the Rapier Weft Transfer 2.0.
The R9500p, the premium rapier machine has a production speed of 750 rpm and offers unmatched solution in terms of machine speed, performance, efficiency and fabric quality. The R9500p is equipped with SK Rapiers 2.0 for improved flexibility at the highest speeds.
The third Itema rapier loom showing at ITM, is Itema’s new R9500terry offers positive pile back rest roller and guarantees a significant optimisation of the pile warp tension, drastically reducing the friction during cloth displacement.
The A9500 airjet machine on display at ITM is designed for high productivity, whilst ensuring reduced levels of energy consumption and guaranteeing air savings, as well as top machine reliability. The A9500 provides immediate, easy and perfect control of the weft insertion parameters.
“At Itema innovation is a must. We are the only company in this sector to have 2 R&D departments. We remain focused not only on meeting and exceeding weavers’ needs, but on going beyond, anticipating future market requirements. We continue to concentrate our extensive R&D efforts on offering better, smarter, faster solutions, increased performances, unparalleled flexibility, reduced consumption and enhanced user-friendliness,” commented Carlo Rogora, CEO Itema Group.
“Original spare parts can substantially increase machine life span and efficiency, guaranteeing the highest return on investment. Itema supplies a substantial local spare parts stock in Turkey, in order to serve and accomplish in real time every Customer’s request,” commented Piero Colombelli, Itema regional head of sales. (NA)
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