Rieter's R 66 for easy data analysis
The machine records all events and interventions, including alerts, in a machine event report. The new software for the R 66 rotor spinning machine makes the daily work for the operators and the managers easier.
Sandler’s nonwoven innovations at INDEX 2017
For 30 years Sandler AG has been an innovative partner of the hygiene industry. The nonwovens manufacturer celebrated this anniversary with a special booth design at this year’s INDEX—Europe’s largest trade show for nonwovens—in Geneva recently.
VDMA extends support for Techtextil India
As Techtextil India gears up to expand its scope into the garment machinery segment through an exclusive Texprocess Pavilion this year, VDMA Textile Care, Fabric and Leather Technologies has come forward to announce its support for this much-awaited launch.
Brazil prospects to figure in OUTLOOK™ Plus Latin America’s 2nd edition
Welber Barral, Ph.D., a leading expert in Latin American foreign trade, will be the keynote speaker at the second edition of OUTLOOK™ Plus Latin America on March 7-9, 2017 in São Paulo, Brazil. The conference is organised by the global nonwovens trade associations EDANA and INDA.
Keisokki evenness tester KET QT
Keisokki evenness tester KET QT is a breakthrough technology that proves the leadership and the capabilities of Keisokki Kogyo Co Ltd. With the growing need for testing and quality, Keisokki has pioneered 4-in-1 evenness tester KET QT suitable for man-made yarns. Keisokki QT model is a quick test model and one can test four yarns (same denier or different deniers) simultaneously.
Yarn breakages on rapier weaving machine
Most of the weavers today are aware of the factors influencing the breakage rate, although the relative importance contributing to these factors is not generally understood, opine PV Kadole, Manjunath Burji and MM Makandar. The grey yarn as obtained from the spinning process has to undergo various processes such as winding, warping, sizing and weaving before it is converted into fabric.
Recent developments in textile filtration
Filtration processes are usually categorised as dry filtration (air/gas filtration) and wet filtration (liquid filtration), say Dr Senthilkumar P and Punitha V. Filtration is the process of separating one material which is dispersed in other material using porous structure. The porous structure is obtained using textile fabric of woven, knitted or nonwoven. Among these various structure fabric, nonwoven fabric plays major role in filtration in spite of their wide range of thickness and porosity and pore size distribution.
Bicomponent staple fibre order for Oerlikon Neumag
“The investment is being made in the scope of a planned extension of our customer’s staple fibre production capacities,” explains Gerrit van Loenen, the staple fibre sales director responsible for this project. “As a total solution provider, we were able to convince our customer with our technology.”
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