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Rieter systems show the way to higher profitability
Rieter will exhibit a wide range of innovations at ITME 2016. As the world leader in compact technology, Rieter will show the K 42 compact spinning machine and the G 32 ring spinning machine with EliTe®. The learning system Rieter ´UPtime´ Solutions, which supports the preventive maintenance of plants, represents a further step towards the digitisation of spinning mills.
Suessen will exhibit various new components for ring and rotor spinning machines. All innovations are aiming for optimal yarn quality and high productivity, while costs are reduced at the same time.
Sanyang: Largest Suessen end-User of EliTe®Compact System in China
February 14, 2015, was an unforgettable day for both Sanyang Textile and Suessen Germany, on which the two companies joined hand-in-hand and signed the great contract about the huge project of conversion of the existing 1,70,000 conventional spindles into EliTe®Compact. Ioannis Spiridopolus on behalf of Suessen, Xu Jianmin, GM on behalf of Sanyang Textile, and Lynn, Suessen Agent, were witnessing the great moment.
Suessen's unique EliTe®CompactSet
With the EliTop Classic for HP-GX, HP-A and P3-1 top weighting arms the pressure is applied by the leaf spring of the top roller weighting unit in the top weighting arm alone in accordance with the so-called ‘stable cradle principle’. This means the applied force is divided by the structure of the EliTop body to the two top roller pairs ‘delivery roller’ and ‘EliTe®Roller’ in a given relation; 4/5 of the force is applied to the delivery roller, 1/5 of the force to the EliTe®Roller.
Suessen | Firm German roots & global reach
Suessen was founded in 1920 in the South German village of Suessen, from where it took its name. From its inception Suessen concerned itself with textile components and systems. Spindles were followed by top weighting arms and bottom rollers. In the mid 70s, we got involved in Open End spinning, and it the late 90s, compact spinning followed. In 2002, Suessen was acquired by the well-known Swiss company Rieter.
Suessen adds new features
Spindelfabrik Suessen, which was originally founded 1920, offers innovative spinning systems enabling the production of high quality yarn. Suessen will introduce several innovative solutions at ITMA in Milan.
The highlight will be the EliTe®CompactSet Advanced ´ a compact spinning system with various new features.
Bräcker, Graf, Novibra & Suessen present latest spinning rings
Bräcker, Graf, Novibra and Suessen presented in Shanghai their newly developed Premium Components. Bräcker presented the latest two new spinning rings redORBIT und OPAL®. The redORBIT and the OPAL® rings are the answers to the demands of today?s fast paced spinning industry, where the spinning mills have to work with very tight cost control, whilst adapting quickly to the ever faster changing markets.