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Uster Group unveils Total Testing Centre for spinning yarn
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Oct '16
Uster Group, the leading instrument manufacturer of products for quality measurement and certification for the textile industry, has unveiled the Total Testing Centre, a quality management system capable of guiding spinning mills towards productivity improvements to transform incoming raw material that fluctuates in quality and cost into a consistent yarn.

The Total Testing Centre is now available with the new USTER TESTER 6. The keyword is 'Total' – with the integration of laboratory and in-production data across the entire mill. It is one solution, with the essential multi-process coverage that enables intelligent optimisation of each department. From bale laydown to ring spinning and winding, information from each process stage is inter-linked to others, and to the whole.

The Total Testing Centre aims to bring together all the vital quality data from USTER systems, with the advantages increasing for the spinning mill with each USTER instrument connected to it.

The USTER SENTINEL monitoring system will link into the Total Testing Centre to provide analysis of the three-way relationship between raw material, ring spinning performance, and quality data from yarn clearers at winding. Its results will facilitate improvements in several aspects of ring spinning performance, including productivity, and streamlining operative workloads for best use of labour.

The latest USTER QUANTUM 3 anniversary edition yarn clearers not only provide a final-stage report on yarn quality by feeding data into the Total Testing Centre, they also link with measurements from the USTER TENSOJET strength tester for yarn performance prediction.

In the laboratory, the new USTER TESTER 6 combines data gathered through the Total Testing Centre to provide the prognosis guidance for fabric appearance and weaving performance and additionally predicting the level of pilling which can be expected. USTER TESTER 6 also provides quality comparisons, matching yarn lots and end-uses to highlight any differences. Using USTER STATISTICS figures, spinners can then check that their entire yarn production will achieve the required quality for each application.

By linking the USTER AFIS fibre testing instrument to the Total Testing Center, spinners can optimise waste in spinning preparation. This system also helps to fine-tune production and pinpoint quality issues in other areas, such as correcting carding and comber settings. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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