The latest generation of TURBO spinning rings provide excellent results especially for Compact and Siro-Compact yarns. Since the introduction of this further milestone by leading German ring and traveller manufacturer, Reiners + Fürst (R+F), more than 25 million units of TURBO rings have been installed and contributed to the customers’ success. The enhanced surface allows increasing machine efficiencies by up to 10 per cent – especially when producing yarns of sensitive fibres or with highest spindle speeds.
Managing Director at R+F, Mr Benjamin Reiners, said, “The new TURBO rings with benefits including low yarn hairiness, longer service life and increased machine efficiency by up to 10 per cent are extremely beneficial for the demanding Chinese spinners.”
“We have been in the Chinese market since more than 25 years and R+F products are well accepted by the textile industry. We are overwhelmed by the positive feedback for TURBO rings by Chinese spinners,” Reiners added.
At ITMA Asia, R+F presented new ring travellers for 100 per cent viscose, as well as Modal, Micromodal and Tencel. The end-users benefit from low yarn hairiness and longer traveller service life.
Worldwide, R+F customers achieve highest efficiencies of the ring frames benefitting from unique traveller surface treatments for optimised spinning conditions of each application.
Customers especially value the professional service and support, and R+F is providing particularly for finding solutions of increasingly complex applications.
R+F is a leading manufacturer of premium spinning rings and ring travellers with a long tradition as a family-owned business now managed by the 4th generation. R+F successfully implements the policy of in-house manufacturing for setting premium quality standards Made in Germany. The inventions of R+F mark several milestones for highest efficiencies and yarn qualities over extended service life in the history of ring spinning. Customers from more than 90 countries benefit from R+F’s continuous product innovations and service for over 70 years.