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Unitech Texmech to display spinning rings at ITMA 2019

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May '19
Pic: Unitech Texmech
Pic: Unitech Texmech
India-based Unitech Texmech Pvt Ltd, a market leader in spinning rings since 1976, will be showcasing its latest range of high-quality spinning rings at ITMA 2019 in hall 7, stall C119. Unitech has a significant market share of spinning rings and ring travellers in India and other countries. Its rings are designed to spin yarn from any kind of fibre.

Unitech Texmech offers a wide range of rings to cater to the varied needs of the industry and offer a lifetime of 3-8 years depending upon count, speed, fibre characteristics and under normal working conditions. These rings include the UNIK1, UNI Ultima, UNI QC, UNISX, Steel Conical & Vertical rings, ISQ Conical & Vertical rings and Stainless Steel rings.

The UNIK1 ring has excellent wear resistant properties and is tougher than coated rings. It undergoes a specialised surface treatment, which gives the ring high fatigue strength for consistent performance from the time the ring is placed on the ring frame. It is ideal for spinning fine and superfine counts, compact yarns, dyed yarns as well as yarns made from highly abrasive fibres such as acrylic, polypropylene, kevlar, linen, bamboo, polyester, melange, modal, etc.

The UNI QC ring is an economically priced product with salient features of coated rings. Special hardening process using the latest thermo ‘Shock’ treatment, imparts a micro diffusion effect to the ring for best wear resistance and absolute surface and matrix properties. The ring is produced from 100Cr6 steel, and is suitable for spinning yarns from all types of fibres (cotton, polyester, acrylic, wool, flex, blends, etc.) and is a true value for money black ring.

The UNI Ultima ring is a product with a unique surface coating, especially suitable for machines running at very high speeds, elite and compact spinning systems. Here too, the very best quality 100Cr6 steel is used and additionally a very hard and thin microfilm of atomic coating is given, to ensure superior gliding and wear resisting properties at high speeds.

Unitech has also launched an advanced version of normal conical and vertical rings called ISQ series Conical & Vertical Rings. The ISQ series rings are made from a special type of alloy steel and have a fine grain micro structure matrix for even and uniform friction properties. These rings are subjected to a high technology process to enhance the wear resistance and for smooth gliding movement of the traveller, resulting in consistent quality of yarn, very important in production of high value wool yarn.

These conical rings are manufactured in all sizes and of all heights like 6.4mm, 9.1mm, 11.1mm, 17.4mm, and 25.4mm, while the vertical rings range from 6.4mm to 50.8mm in height.

Unitech Texmech has been exporting its products to several countries since 1985, which include the UK, Italy, Germany, the US, Hong Kong, Turkey, Mexico, Thailand, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Japan, Taiwan, Argentina, Peru, Vietnam, Malaysia, and South Africa. (RKS)

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