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Stalam-Deyi winders making a mark in India
A.T.E.´s Customer Support Group (CSG) has a team of well-trained engineers across India to take care of all after-sales services of Stalam Deyi winders, including erection, commissioning and troubleshooting.
Savio Polar M/L available with 80 spindles
Savio India Ltd was set up with an intention of providing the world-class Savio products, specific to India?s textile market. With its corporate office located at Coimbatore with a strength of about 200 people and sales offices at Coimbatore, Ludhiana, Ahmedabad and Kolhapur, the company is presently serving the territory of India, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
SSM attends 3 exhibitions in spring
SSM Schärer Schweiter Mettler AG has participated at the following exhibitions in spring 2015: Textile Asia, Pakistan; Indo InterTex, Indonesia; and Techtextil, Germany.
The new Autoconer 6: The best original ever
The Autoconer was the first automatic winding machine in history and each of its new machine generations caused quite a sensation in the textile industry. Now it is happening again: Equipped with improved process intelligence, the new Autoconer 6 boasts powerful innovations, a noticeable increase in productivity and best energy efficiency.
Jakob Müller´s wide range of weaving solutions
Founded in Switzerland in 1887, Jakob Müller AG is the world´s leading company with regard to technology for the manufacture of woven and knitted tapes and webbing, woven ropes, woven labels and technical textiles, printed narrow fabrics, dyeing, make-up and winding machinery.
WEFTMASTER® FALCON-i for reliable monitoring
In order to monitor an individual thread for finest knots, fluff, filamentation, smallest thick places or even capillary breaks, Loepfe´s newly developed FALCON-i sensor is installed, e.g., before or after a weft feeder.
Appropriate technology for handloom sector
Handloom weaving is largely decentralised and the weavers are mainly from the vulnerable and weaker sections of the society, who weave for their household needs and also contribute to the production in the textile sector, feels the author.