Various innovative solutions in different areas of yarn quality control will be showed during the five-day fair. After the growing demand for yarn defect sensor WeftMaster Falcon-i from North America, Loepfe sees a similar growth in the Asian market for reliable yarn quality control of latest high-tech materials such as carbon fibers, monofilaments, multi-filaments as well as spun yarns in all material compositions.
The optical yarn defect sensor removes smallest knots, fluff, filamentation, thick places and capillary breaks before being interwoven into the fabric. The sensor is being used more and more for safety-critical applications such as fabrics for airbags, tire cords, filtration materials, architectural fabrics and sailcloth where quality requirements are very high, Loepfe Brothers explained in a press release.
The focus during the ITMA Asia will be on the Yarnmap which provides a tremendous increase in yarn testing efficiency with regard to time, space, maintenance and operator attendance. All kinds of short and long staple yarns are tested fully automatically while, at the same time, preparation products of the spinning mill can be tested on a second measuring sensor, the release stated. (RR)
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