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Bracker's new STARLETplus Traveller
Bräcker is the specialist for key components for ring spinning machines. The company will introduce several innovative solutions at ITM in Istanbul. One of Bräcker’s important innovation is the STARLETplus traveller. Bräcker will present them at ITM in Istanbul. In challenging conditions like high humidity or aggressive fibres, the STARLETplus offers additional benefits: The traveller service life can be prolonged by up to 50 per cent and due to its improved coating, the new traveller shows a better resistance against corrosion.
Autocoro 9 and BD 6 in tune with the times
Saurer Schlafhorst’s rotor spinning product line is highly satisfied with how ITMA 2015 in Milan went. The new Autocoro 9 and the innovations on the BD 6 met with a good response from the industry, which currently attaches a high priority to maximum energy efficiency.
InspirOn: Inspiring lives
Prakash Bhagwati—the man behind InspirOn Engineering—had a vision to bring a small company into global arena. He founded InspirOn Engineering in 1973 through a technical collaboration with German company C. Eugen Maier Metallverarbeitung GmbH for manufacturing of critical subassembly called Flyer (Fluegel) used in textile spinning machines.
Bräcker's BERKOL? supergrinder
Founded in 1835 as a family business, Bräcker AG soon developed into a specialist for key products in the textile industry. Bräcker as technology leader with its own structures in development, production and marketing, supplies: top performance ring/traveller systems for ring spinning machines, inserting tools, cleaning devices, spinning tubes, cots & aprons, and maintenance machines.
SUESSEN bags San Yang order
San Yang Textile Co Ltd is a joint-stock cotton spinning and weaving company established in 2003. At present San Yang has 5,00,000 ring spindles installed and 340 sets of airjet looms as main production capacity. The annual output of is 30,000 tonnes of cotton greige yarns and 40 mm of cotton woven greige fabrics.
Textiles as old as civilization
The history of textile is almost as old as that of human civilization and as time moves on the history of textile has further enriched itself. In India, the culture of silk was introduced in 400 AD, while spinning of cotton traces back to 3000 BC. In China, the discovery and consequent development of sericulture
Energy conservation in textile mills
Energy Conservation in textile mills needs to be given top priority now. The textile industry in Pakistan had stepped up a drive since 2009, to save electricity as 42 spinning mills, after their energy audit, are saving up to 10 percent power without any additional cost, with the technical inputs from GTZ, APO etc.