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Knitting machines developer Terrot to exhibit at ITCE'12

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Jan '10
ITCE is the International African-Arabian Exhibition for Textile, Embroidery and Sewing Machinery & Accessories. ITCE'12, the largest trade event in the entire MENA region, is held to serve the ever-growing and promising markets of the textile industries in the region. Since 1994 the show has become the meeting point for importers, manufactures and leading trade figures to get all in face to face experience with the latest global technologies.

DATE OF EXHIBITION: 23 - 26 February, 2010
VENUE: Cairo International Fair Ground, Cairo, Egypt

Terrot as one of the world brand leader is among the exhibitors at ITCE 2010. Together with our partner Setraco we would like to invite you to visit our booth 4A30 in hall 4 where we will exhibit machine model S6F348:

Diameter in inch - 30
Gauge E - 22
Number of feeders - 48
Machine speed/ RPM - 28/ 32
(Speed up Function)
Number of needle tracks - 2
Knitting structure - Striped Plain Single Tuck structure

Machine features S4F348
The machine series combine the traditional attributes of functional safety and outstanding reliability with further advanced Terrot striper technology. The benefit: Maximum processing variety with nearly unlimited pattern- and colour possibilities – especially for sensitive yarns- due to the combination of the Terrot-Striper-System with different kind of bonding structure technologies. By using the multi-colour technology, it is possible to process up to 8 yarn colours in a single length of fabric. A never afore attained extend of universality includes the further processing of even the most sensitive yarns and threads. Beside the customary use of cotton yarns,

• Acetate, CA
• Core spun yarns
• Modal, CMD
• Polyester filament, PE
• Polyamide, PA
• Viscose, CV

can all be produced with typical Terrot process reliability. The technology of the thread change takes place with one lay-in finger for every colour thread. Every lay-in finger is equipped with a combined clamping device as well as a cutting device which guarantees very precisely clamping and cutting of the threads. Therewith this striper technology is in comparison to competitors able to process all current thread qualities, and in particular the for striped fabric used synthetic yarns that are in line with the trend.

Economy / Production

• redesigned cylinder and sinker cam curves permit higher production safety; increase speed factor up to 840 (S4F348/6F348)
• economic production featured by computer controlled “Terrot-speed-up-function”: While knitting large sequences in a single colour the machine speed will be increased up to 20%, thereby increasing productivity

Flexibility / Versatility

• 2-slot yarn carrier is perfectly guided and guarantees excellent Spandex and Mesh plating
• easy to handle and to create new pattern information, by transmitting the colour sequence by USB memory stick
• simple and quick adjustment of colour sequences by inputting the data via the keypad at terminal

Application area:

Sports & Leisure Wear. Fashion Outerwear. Kids Wear.

Terrot GmbH


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