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Mayer & Cie to show new portfolio at India ITME 2016
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Nov '16
Courtesy: Mayer & Cie
Courtesy: Mayer & Cie
Mayer & Cie, developers of reconditioned circular knitting machines and parts, is set to show a highly productive interlock machine, a mattress cover specialist, and a spinning and knitting machine that can produce patterns, at the India International Textile Machinery Exhibition (ITME) expo, in Mumbai from December 3 to 8, 2016, in stand H5 B19.

At the Indian Mayer representative Batliboi stand, visitors will find a D4 2.2 II HPI, an OVJA 1.6 EM HS and a Spinit 3.0 E equipped with the new Fancy module. With each of these three machines the German knitting machine manufacturer aims to fulfil central requirements of the Indian market and at the same time to underscore its claim to technology and innovation leadership.

The key strength of the D4 2.2 II HPI is its productivity, which is twice to three times that of a conventional interlock machine. With the D4 2.2 II a knitter can produce up to 400 kg of fabric per day. It knits with 4.4 systems per inch with an overall diameter of 30 inches. With 132 systems in all, the machine runs at 34 rpm – a speed and a number of systems at which it is way ahead of the field.

The company will also show the OVJA 1.6 EM HS, a flexible high performance machine for the manufacture of mattress cover fabrics. The Spinit 3.0 E spinning and knitting machine will also be displayed at the ITME, equipped with the Fancy module. With the Fancy module the machine, which combines three previously separate operations, can produce patterns. Via the electronically controlled drafting systems, different yarn counts can be generated in the ongoing process. Unique patterns, characterised by a free alternation of transparent and opaque areas, are created. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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