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BPPL opens Sri Lanka's first ever polyester yarn factory
Eco Spindles, a wholly-owned subsidiary of BPPL Holdings Ltd (BPPL), recently inaugurated Sri Lanka’s first ever polyester yarn plant at Horana Export Processing Zone with an investment of SLR 800 million. The unit, with spinning and texturing machinery from Europe, will manufacture polyester yarn from recycled polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottle flakes.
MAG SPinFO: Online spindle monitoring system
SPinFO acquires data from individual spindles in ringframe; individual machines precisely and provides a detailed overview of the machine performance to the users.
FT6E and FT7E: Marzoli?s leading-edge technology
The FT6E and FT7E are driven by independent drives for the drafting system, flyers, spindles and the bobbin rail.Few machines in a modern spinning mill are as critical as the roving frame. Building a solid and reliable roving frame is not an easy task, and yet again, it is absolutely necessary for the spinner as this machine can feed, depending on the count being produced, thousands of spindles at the spinning frames.
Cotton situation stable
In India, this season’s 65 per cent of cotton crop has arrived and if the price stability is maintained, it will be win-win for the cotton and textile sectors
Suessen | Firm German roots & global reach
Suessen was founded in 1920 in the South German village of Suessen, from where it took its name. From its inception Suessen concerned itself with textile components and systems. Spindles were followed by top weighting arms and bottom rollers. In the mid 70s, we got involved in Open End spinning, and it the late 90s, compact spinning followed. In 2002, Suessen was acquired by the well-known Swiss company Rieter.
Novibra to launch new spindles and clamping crowns
Novibra, located in Boskovice, Czech Republic, is the leading company in spindle technology and the biggest exporter of spindles worldwide. Novibra will introduce innovative solutions for spinning mills at the ITM in Istanbul. Spindles in modern ring spinning machines reach speeds of up to 25,000 rpm. In these high-speed applications energy consumption is an important issue.
MAG launches online spinning monitoring system
The yarn manufacturing sector is a critical segment in the textile manufacturing chain as it is a resource - intensive process. Therefore, around the world, this segments of manufacturing faces numerous challenges in maintaining competitive manufacturing costs while meeting quality requirements.
Key quality parameters: A practical challenge
Ambitious yarn spinners quickly learn that key performance indicators are closely linked with quality ´ especially at the higher levels of the market, as an example from China shows. Achieving consistent quality, reducing waste and avoiding the risk of packages ruined by outliers are critical objectives, attainable only by implementing systematic quality management.