Web Exclusive | November 2019
Karl Mayer to make ISOWARP model sectional warper in India
Karl Mayer is set to manufacture its ISOWARP model sectional warper in India at Karl Mayer, Ahmedabad. The company has also introduced the ISOWARP sectional warper in China and Bangladesh. The company is a pioneer in manufacturing world class machines for warp preparation.
Sectional warping is one of the crucial processes in warp preparation to produce quality and defect-free warp beams. The ISOWARP sectional warping machine ensures quality warp beams for all types of yarns suitable for shirting, suiting, dress material, upholstery, and so on. ISOWARP has been proven to run at higher warping and beaming speeds and, in particular, with a substantial simplification of operation, resulting in improved production, according to Karl Mayer.
Beam to beam reproducibility is guaranteed with Karl Mayer’s in-built KAMCOS system, which additionally has easy access to the teleservice network to remotely support machine maintenance. Only warps of the highest quality guarantee optimal efficiency and fault-free fabric in the weaving department. This modern sectional warping guarantees perfect warp quality at maximum productivity, which is a decisive factor for the weaving department.
Optimum warp build-up on the drum with precise positioning of the reed headstock to the cone is achieved fully automatically and with the highest precision. The reed headstock feed movement is followed automatically. Uniform cylindrical build-up guaranteed through evener roller ensures that the yarn count variations and yarn volume changes do not cause any density variations. The reverse rotation of the drum is important in ensuring a perfect warp sheet lying at its winding point onto the drum with maximum levelling effect from the evener roller.