Trade Talk | October 2016
Keisokki Classifiber that detects short fibres
Almost all manufacturers have a sampler, which is round and hence it requires a lot of skill to operate. A sampler is required to achieve identical results. Further, the sensor in the main instrument used is a wide sensor, i.e., 3 mm sensor. This also leads to lot of inaccuracies. Keisokki decided to eliminate the problems and developed a new instrument. The company introduced its computer technology-based Classifiber with:
- Light source using special linear lamp and not normal spot lamp
- 1 mm sensor against 3 mm sensor
- flat sampler
The total testing time including preparing of sample and display of the fibro¬gram with all statistics on the monitor is 20 seconds only.
By making above changes in the existing technology the following advantages were achieved:
- Longest fibre measurable is 80 mm
- No need for calibration cotton, etc.
- Detection of short fibres. A 3 mm sensor has limitations to detect short fibres accurately
- Information of fibre length at 5 mm, 6 mm, 7 mm, 8 mm, 9 mm, etc. available simultaneously.
- This is very important for assessment of fly generation & hairiness. Such small fibres also are known to create pilling in fabric stage.
- Information like short fibre content, CV%, 2.5 per cent span length, 5 per cent span length, upper half mean length, etc. information is available.
For further information:
Thymas Electronics Pvt. Ltd
Yogidhara, 2 Nandanvan Society, Near VMC Gas Office,
Indubhai Patel Road, Behind Railway Station,
Alkapuri, Vadodara 390 007, Gujarat
Tel: + 91 265 2312730 / 2351634
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