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Kern-Liebers Textile unveils latest Relanit Sinkers
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May '18
Courtesy: Kern-Liebers
Courtesy: Kern-Liebers
Kern-Liebers Textile, developers of the world’s leading range of high quality parts and components for high-performance knitting systems in the textile industry, headquartered in Germany, has introduced a new generation of Relanit Sinkers. The sinker fully meets the latest requirements of the advanced knitted machines in the textile market.

The new generation enables the production of all kinds of knitted fabrics. A uniform pattern can be ensured even for highly advanced knitted fabrics. Due to the new development the range of strength of knitted fabrics can be considerably extended.

Based on its long experience as an OEM supplier of Mayer & Cie, the company has managed the perfect adjustments to reach the latest demands of the markets. This new ‘High End’ product at the highest quality level is a further completion of the worldwide biggest sinker programme made by Kern-Liebers Textile.

The textile market is in continual change. The technical standards of the machines and the know-how of all persons involved become higher and higher. In addition to the need of high speed machines also the specifications of the knitted fabric require increased standards with regard to the strength and mesh structure. In pursuit of this trend, the adjustment of all equipped elements for the knitting process is indispensable. Only then the highest quality standard can be achieved in order to assure the customer satisfaction at the maximum level.

Obviously this development also takes place for the Relanit machines of Mayer & Cie. The demand for high-quality knitted fabrics increases continuously in many markets. As a result of this, the machine settings and the tolerances need to be constantly improved which also leads to higher and changed specifications for the Relanit Sinkers. (GK)

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