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Savio to show latest Industry 4.0 solutions at ITMA Asia

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Sep '18
Savio, a global, leading Italian supplier of winding, twisting, and rotor spinning machines and a specialist in yarn-finishing segment, is set to present energy saving and Industry 4.0 solutions at ITMA Asia + CITME 2018 expo, in hall H1, stand C24. The leading textile machinery exhibition will be held from October 15-19, 2018, in Shanghai, China.

The company will exhibit the Polar Evolution and Eco PulsarS winding machines, plus an Industry 4.0 corner with smart solutions for mill monitoring, according to a Savio press release.

Polar winding machines have been recently developed to the Evolution series, gathering all the innovative solutions in terms of technology, efficiency, quality output and maintenance. The machine on display will be a round magazine feeding one, provided with an efficient and fast automatic doffer.

The Eco PulsarS, with its innovative platform, can save up to 30 per cent power bill thanks to ‘Suction on Demand’ system. The Eco PulsarS winding machine, with its sustainable eco-green advantage, replies to the market demand of energy saving, including room air conditioning, together with improved production performances, high quality packages, and utmost automated solutions.

Reduction of noise is another key aspect. Eco PulsarS combining all new features and design has created an environment in which each part of the machine can operate at its optimum level. Spindles and bobbins feeding systems set independently the level of suction required. Suction is generated as needed and used without losses. The new controlled cut system, yarn tension control system, waste collection system, and upgraded splicing solutions, each contribute to the overall reduction of noise and process downtimes.

Savio will also display the Savio Direct Link System (I/DLS) solution at the expo. The Savio (I/DLS) for linking the ring spinning frames (RSF) to the winders, enables a fast and efficient direct feeding of bobbins, along with the full interfacing flexibility with all kind of RSF.

The company will present the Savio Winder 4.0, the smart industry solutions for textile mills. Once composed solely by mechanical and electrical parts, now winding machines have become complex systems that combine hardware, sensors, data storage, microprocessors, software and connectivity. These smart machineries can increase the efficiency of the spinning mill and perform predictive maintenance avoiding breakdowns and downtimes. Savio winding machines can be equipped upon request of smart industry solutions for connectivity, data management, remote machine set up, and operator real-time interactivity.

Savio Winder 4.0 represents an important step towards a wide digitalisation process, being a solution for intelligent networking of machines in the spinning/winding room. This data management system is a very modern and important management tool, relieving mill management staff of time-consuming routine work. Thanks to data analytics, a wealth of data are available, allowing to manage the different production phases in the best possible way and to monitor all significant parameters anytime and anywhere, making use of mobile devices. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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