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Rieter's solutions attract visitors at ITMA Asia
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Nov '16
Rieter stand at ITMA Asia + CITME 2016
Rieter stand at ITMA Asia + CITME 2016
Solutions presented by textile machinery manufacturer Rieter at the recently concluded ITMA Asia 2016 in Shanghai made a big impact on visitors to the trade fair. The new single-head RSB-D 50 draw frame generation and the J 26 air-jet spinning machine were among the ones that drew attention of visitors, including those from China and other Asian countries.

Textiles made of synthetic fibres and blends have a large share of the Chinese market, hence solutions for processing these base materials are in high demand. Therefore, Rieter shone the spotlight on relevant offerings at the textile machinery trade fair. The company showed its products and service innovations for complete systems, spinning preparation and the end spinning process under the Rieter, Bräcker, Graf, Novibra and Suessen brands.

Rieter gave visitors to the exhibition information about the comprehensive portfolio of the after sales services, about components for the economic manufacture of high-quality yarns, as well as the extended SPIDERweb mill control for the optimal use of the spinning mill.

The new single-head RSB-D 50 draw frame generation, which offers hitherto unattained productivity combined with the highest quality, struck a chord with the visitors, Rieter said in a statement. The RSB-D 50 enables up to 33 per cent higher delivery speed with significantly lower energy consumption.

The J 26 air-jet spinning machine, which is a much-improved version of the previous model and debuted for the first time in China, also enjoyed greater attention. This machine is offered as a solution for processing viscose, combed cotton and blends. It enables a wide range of yarn to be produced economically. (RKS)

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