Special Focus | December 2016
Picanol to display 4 high-tech weaving machines
Hall 6, Booth A19
Picanol will take this opportunity at the India-ITME 2016 to present all of its latest high-tech weaving machines and underline its prominent position in the Indian market by displaying four high-tech weaving machines at its booth. In addition to two recently introduced OptiMax-i rapier machines, two state-of-the-art OMNIplus Summum airjet machines will also be on display.
Furthermore, one Picanol Jacquard OMNIplus Summum weaving machine will be on display at the Bonas/Van de Wiele booth.
Picanol?s presence in India
Picanol has been successfully serving the Indian market since 1956. In light of the potential and expected growth of the Indian market, Picanol decided to set up its own organisation in India in early 2008.
The aim behind this move was to ensure it could more actively support its local activities. Since this local presence was established, Picanol has been strongly focusing on local sales and service activities. In recent years, Picanol India has seen a steady growth in its market share and this has led to it becoming the leading provider of weaving machines on the local market today. India is a market that is of crucial importance for Picanol as it is one of the world?s key textile markets.
In addition to the main office in Delhi (with electronic print repair shop), the regional offices in Mumbai and Coimbatore are proof of Picanol?s strong presence in the Indian market. In total, a team of 35 Picanol professionals in India are committed to serving its customers.
With the broadest product range on the market, improved local services and considerable presence, Picanol remains highly committed to India. Indeed, its ambition is to become the leading provider of weaving systems for the entire Indian weaving sector.
Picanol weaving machines on display at ITME 2016
1.OMNIplus Summum-4-P 190 weaving a bottom weight fabric
- Yarn count: Nm 17/1; material: polyester/cotton; density: 23.7 ends/cm
- Yarn count: Nm 28/1; material: polyester/cotton; density: 25 picks/cm
- Drawing-in width: 167 cm
- Special features: Blue22 EasySet weft feeders; AirMaster; PRA II Plus; DRC30
2.OMNIplus Summum-4-P 340 weaving a sheeting fabric
- Yarn count: Ne 60/1; material: cotton; density: 73 ends/cm
- Yarn count: Ne 80/1; material: cotton; density: 45 picks/cm (double pick)
- Drawing-in width: 297 cm
- Special features: Blue22 EasySet weft feeders; ARVD II plus; Air Tucking-in; AirMaster; PRA II Plus; DRC30; New center support for harness frames
3.OptiMax-i-8-R 190 weaving a shirting fabric
- ?Yarn count: Ne 100/2; material: cotton; density: 52 ends/cm
- Yarn count: Ne 50/1; material: cotton; density: 48 picks/cm
- Drawing-in width: 173 cm
- Special features: guided gripper system GC; electronic disc cutter EDC; LED illumination; centralised pneumatics
4.OptiMax-i-6-R 190 weaving PV-suiting
- Yarn count: PES/CV Ne 30/2 ? PES denier 300; material: PES/CV and polyester; density: 22 ends/cm
- Yarn Count: PES/CV Ne 30/2 ? Pes denier 300; material: PES/CV and polyester; density: 20 picks/cm
- Drawing-in width: 166 cm
- Special features: free flight gripper system VD; mechanical filling cutter; mechanical tucking-in; centralised pneumatics5.OptiMax-i-12-J 340 weaving a deco fabric at the Bonas/Van de Wiele booth
- Yarn Count: 167 dtex; material: polyester; density: 64 ends/cm
- Yarn count: Co Ne 5.4/6 ? CV Ne 24/2; material: cotton and viscose; density: 54 picks/cm
- Drawing-in width: 307 cm
- Special features: free flight gripper system VB; electronic right gripper opener ERGO; SmartCut filling cutter; SmartEye filling detector