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Rieter to highlight latest in conventional & non-wovens at ITME

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Nov '08
Rieter Textile Systems participates in India ITME 2008 in Bangalore hall 2 booth A 104. Rieter will present its systems for the production of spun yarns and nonwovens. Highlight is the new double head draw frame RSB-D 221. Solutions for energy savings and Rieter parts offerings complete the presentation.

Rieter will also host Jossi Systems, Xorella and NSC nonwoven on its booth. ITME 2008 will open its doors in the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) on November 15 – 22, 2008. Rieter will present its latest generations of machines at this fair on Booth A 104 in Hall 2.

Carding machines-
The design of the C 60 card enables optimum, economical yarn production to be achieved with low space and energy requirements per kg of sliver. Output of up to 240 kg/h and unparalleled flexibility in the range of applications are the outstanding characteristics of this card.

Ring spinning machines-
The K 452 and G 352 machines are available with up to 1632 spindles. The K 452 is therefore the longest compact spinning machine on the market. Particular attention has been given to further reducing energy consumption. At the fair the COM4twin solution for fine yarns is presented in a specially attractive way.

Combing solution-
The OMEGAlap E 35 high-performance combing preparation machine is adapted to the performance of the new generation of combers. Outstanding fibre selection, low energy consumption, nip rates of 500/min, output of 74 kg/h and bat weights of up to 80 g/m are the main features of the new E 66 / E 76 combers. The fully automated combing system offers advantages in economy and quality.

Rotor spinning-
The R 40 rotor spinning machine provides high productivity at reduced energy consumption with 500 spinning boxes at delivery speeds of 270 m/min; as much as 350 m/min can be achieved with 240 spinning boxes. The R 40 is available with 2, 3 or 4 robots.

The BT 923 rotor spinning machine is now being offered with up to 400 spinning positions per machine. Rotor speeds of up to 110 000 rpm result in high productivity on this machine. An optional, integrated fancy yarn device enables fancy rotor-spun yarns to be produced inexpensively.

New double-head auto-leveller drawframe-
Rieter has complemented its drawframe portfolio with the RSB-D 221 double-head autoleveller drawframe featuring a maximum delivery speed of 2 x 1 100 m/min. Completely separate drive sides and auto-levelling functions enable each head to produce exactly the same quality as that which is familiar from the RSB-D 40 single-head drawframe. Further advantages are reduced space requirements and low capital costs.

Rieter original parts-
Rieter original parts offer advantages in economy and constant sliver and yarn quality. At the fair Rieter not only presents the latest developments but also consults on economic solutions for existing machines.


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