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Schlafhorst updates ultra-economical spinning technology
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Apr '14
The aerodynamically optimised 2Impact FX unit heralds the arrival of the second generation of this ultra-economical compact spinning technology. In the new compact spinning unit for the Zinser 351 the air ducting system has been optimised to enhance functionality and customer benefit.
 
With constant compact power 2Impact FX offers even greater economic efficiency and once more demonstrates the innovative capacity of Schlafhorst as a technology leader.
 
The new air ducting system ensures a turbulence-free airflow with positive effects on the compacting of the yarn. 
 
The air circulates freely around the 2Impact FX unit, so that there is no tendency towards contamination from additional machine elements as is the case with the competition.
 
The core of Zinser compact technology – the self-cleaning compact apron – has been improved in one important detail. With its inclined slots it has better running properties, which increases the service life of the apron.
 
No loss of compact power
The economic efficiency of compact spinning stands or falls with the compact power of the system. Only if the airflow that binds the fibres into the yarn remains constant during the entire spinning process is it possible to create a product of guaranteed quality and to fully exploit the economic advantages of compact spinning.
 
In competitor systems compact power is lost because the air ducting systems become clogged with fibre particles during spinning. This reduces the vacuum in the compacting unit and the yarn gradually loses its desired characteristics.
 
The consequence is a steady drop in quality. In addition, personnel-intensive inspections and time-consuming cleaning intervals are required. By contrast, in the 2Impact FX there is no loss of compact power.
 
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