The launch of the second generation, the IDF 2 from Truetzschler, has expanded the spectrum of applications.
There is no easier way to earn money than through process reduction. Machines that are not needed require no investment and no operating costs. This applies to draw frames in rotor spinning. In modern rotor spinning, conventional draw frames are not necessary.
In connection with the Integrated Draw Frame IDF, thousands of Truetzschler cards successfully produce high-quality slivers for rotor spinning. The advantages in terms of quality and economic efficiency are well known:
- Improved yarn quality and product quality
- Improved running behaviour of the rotor spinning machines
- Significantly reduced space requirement
- Savings in energy costs
- Less cans and reduced personnel requirement
The second generation
The launch of the second generation, the IDF 2, has expanded the spectrum of applications. The first generation was primarily used in the area of coarse and medium yarns. The second generation also successfully covers fine rotor yarns.
With about 3,000 employees, Truetzschler is one of the world’s leading textile machinery manufacturer. Truetzschler specialises in machines, installations and accessories for spinning preparation, the nonwovens and man-made fiber industry.
The headquarters of the more than 125 year old company is located in Mönchengladbach, Germany.
The subsidiaries Truetzschler Nonwovens and Man-Made Fiber GmbH with two production sites, and Truetzschler Card Clothing GmbH, are also located in Germany.
Sites in India, China, Brazil, the US and Switzerland, as well as a number of service centres, provide customer proximity in the important textile processing areas.
The article is authored by Nitin Patil, who is Head – Product Management Systems at Rieter.
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