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Splice yarn tester from Pioneer
Splice Strength Tester is an instrument, which determines the splicing strength of the yarn at the time of spinning. T Splice strength (single/double) yarn tester (Schlafhorst type)/(breaking strength tester) is mechanical type with maximum pointer with suitable carrying case and operating manual.
SSM fares well in 2 exhibitions
SSM Schärer Schweiter Mettler AG attended two exhibitions in September: Irantex in Tehran, Iran and CAITME in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Visitors were impressed by the SSM solutions.
SSM to focus on X-series at ShanghaiTex
The Swiss based SSM Schärer Schweiter Mettler AG, the inventor of the electronic yarn traverse system, has announced its participation at the forthcoming ShanghaiTex on the booth of their agent Union Trading as well as on the booth of Rieter Components.
Den/IM 2.0: An evolution in denim
Den/IM 2.0 is a revolution, made possible by the sophisticated machinery from Santoni, the innovations in garment processing from Unitin and Tonello, and the unsurpassed addition of TENCEL branded lyocell fibres.
ITF advice for yarn price correction
The disparity between cotton and yarn prices has put the spinning sector in a tight spot, especially due to the steep decline in the price of yarn compared with the fibre cost.
Greens to fore at October’s Yarn Expo
Green products continue to be sought after more and more by consumers nowadays, and textiles are no exception. In order to promote sustainable development throughout the industry, a number of yarn and fibre manufacturers have endeavoured to introduce green products into the early stages of textile production,etc.
Intertextile Shanghai adds extra accessories hall
In the entire process of creating a garment, the accessories used might be the smallest part and applied at the very end, but they can have an outsized impact on the final look of the garment.
India’s cotton yarn exports fall
According to data compiled by the Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council (TEXPROCIL), Indian cotton yarn exports witnessed a fall of 9.79 per cent in the first four months of fiscal 2017-18. Exporters cite slow pick up by China and Bangladesh, the two big target markets comprising around half of the cotton yarn shipments from India, for the decline.
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