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Uster launches Uster Tensojet 5 tensile tester for yarn
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Jun '18
Courtesy: Uster
Courtesy: Uster
Uster Technologies has launched Uster Tensojet 5 tensile tester for yarn. The tester provides a precise measurement of a yarn’s strength, combined with reliable protection against quality claims based on accurate forecasts of performance in later processes. The Uster Group is a high-technology instrument manufacturer of products for the textile industry.

The Uster Tensojet 5 can operate at speeds of 400 m/min and integrates with the total testing centre to deliver a new range of overall benefits to both quality assurance and profitability for yarn manufacturers.

The high speed of 400 m/min actually simulates the dynamic stress on the yarn during weaving, and this makes the Uster Tensojet 5 a unique tensile measuring system. It is the standard for prediction of weavability by giving an accurate forecast of yarn behaviour in subsequent processing, especially on high-performance weaving machinery. Fewer weak places in the yarn mean higher efficiency on downstream machines. The prediction of weavability increases economic efficiency, as well as weaving quality and profit margins.

The Uster Tensojet 5 performs 30,000 tests per hour, producing accurate data through this extensive and rapid measurement. Utilising this great volume of data is what makes it possible for the system to predict weak places in the yarn. This important forecasting function would otherwise be difficult or impossible to achieve – and is way beyond the capability of other conventional testers. Graphic tools such as scatter plots show all significant information at a glance. Seamless correlation with Uster Statistics benchmarks makes Uster’s Weavability System an essential instrument to minimise claims and to drive producers towards higher profitability.

Ultimate process control comes with the connection to Uster Tester 6. The integration of results with Uster Tester 6 allows users to profit from intelligent alarms through the Total Testing Centre. Smart reports integrate results from both evenness and tensile tests, providing an overview of the quality being produced.

Only through the Total Testing Centre is it possible to obtain clear visualisations of weaving performance. This is provided in the form of objective grades, predicted by a combination of strength testing parameters from Uster Tensojet 5 and yarn quality parameters from Uster Quantum 3 yarn clearers – then collated and interpreted by the Total Testing Centre. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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