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SSM attracts large crowds at recently held ITMA Asia 2016
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Nov '16
SSM (Schärer Schweiter Mettler AG), recognised as an innovative leader in yarn processing and winding and Swiss developer, leader, and holder of the patents in electronic yarn guiding systems, attracted large number of visitors during their product launches at the recently held ITMA Asia 2016 textile machinery expo, in Shanghai from October 21 to 25, 2016.

SSM showed nine new product launches for the first time at the ITMA expo. Large interest was generated by the SSM X-Series which had their world premiere.

This year's show attracted over 100'000 visitors from 102 countries. SSM AG, the inventor of the electronic yarn traverse system, exhibited six machines showing nine new product launches for dye package / rewinding, assembly winding, air texturing and sewing thread finish winding.

For the first time ever, SSM presented their X-Series. The machines (TWX-W/D, PWX-W and PSX-W/D) are the most economised winding solution, reduced to the max yet maintaining highest flexibility for any cost efficient winding application. From SSM GIUDICI came the DP5-T which was exhibited in a special single-execution showing fancyflex for the production of slubs and thick and thin effect yarns. The SSM DURO-TD precision assembly winder for coarse technical yarns up to 50000 dtex offers a new level of flexibility and package quality in one machine; thereby ensuring optimal unwinding and running performance in all twisting processes.

The XENO-platform with the enhanced DIGICONE 2 winding algorithm, enabling a 10 to 20 per cent increase on dye package density with same dyeing recipe, attracted the largest attention. Finally the SSM TK2-20 CT / KTE a finish winder for sewing threads concluded the range of machines shown in Shanghai. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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