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Rieter launches new ring and compact spinning machines

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Oct '18
Courtesy: Rieter
Courtesy: Rieter
Rieter has launched G 37 and G 38, the new ring spinning machines, and K 47 and K 48, the new compact spinning machines. The new ring and compact-spinning machines are highly productive, extremely flexible, and save a lot of energy. Rieter, headquartered in Switzerland, is the world’s leading supplier of systems for short-staple fibre spinning.

The machines G 38 and K 48 are particularly suitable for markets that have limited personnel availability and that require particularly high levels of flexibility and yarn quality. Machines in the 8 series enable customers to benefit from the highest levels of automation and performance, according to Rieter.

The G 38 and K 48 are equipped with the electronic drafting system drive FLEXIdraft as standard. This reduces downtime when changing to a different yarn count and maximises production time. The premium version of the individual spindle monitoring ISM is integrated into both models. Thereby, customers can save personnel costs of about five per cent compared to the G 32 and K 42.

The machine concept for the G 38 and K 48, which features double-sided suction, allows unrestricted spinning for all applications at full machine length. Thanks to the integrated VARIOspin system for slub yarns, customers can change between standard and slub yarns simply at the touch of a button.

The models G 37 and K 47 were developed for markets where there is not a shortage of available personnel and the requirements for flexibility and yarn quality are high. They provide customers with a high level of flexibility thanks to their unrestricted application range at full machine length, also for special yarns.

Machines in the 7 series also come with the electronic drafting system drive FLEXIdraft, maximising production time. Both models are equipped with the integrated basic version of the individual spindle monitoring ISM as standard, meaning customers can about three percent on personnel costs compared to the G 32 and K 42.

The K 47 and the K 48 are fitted with a new sieve drum, which now allows customers to spin blends containing polyester and 100 per cent viscose alongside cotton. An impressive feature of the new K models is their unbeatably low energy requirements for compacting: less than one watt per spindle, just 20 per cent of that of other solutions. All four new models can be upgraded with the new LENA spindle and the highly efficient 110-kW motor, enabling customers to make further significant energy savings. The ‘EliTe compact spinning system’ for producing high-quality compact yarns is available as an option on the three conventional ring spinning machines G 32, G 37, and G 38. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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