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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.
A 12 UNIfloc: The art of automatic bale opening
A further feature of the A 12 is the innovative bale scanning. The take-off unit determines the heights of the bales by means of scanning force measurement and quickly equals them out.
Com4® yarn seminar 2017 at Winterthur
On October 5 and 6, the Com4® yarn seminar 2017 will be held in Winterthur (Switzerland). In the seminar, experts from Rieter and Uster Technologies AG will impart knowledge on the day-to-day textile activities of yarn traders and downstream processors. Core focus is on the properties of the yarns and their influence on the fabrics.
Rieter's RSB-D 50 Autoleveller Draw Frame
Rieter’s RSB-D 50 Autoleveller Draw Frame has achieved a new dimension in productivity, quality and easy operation. The new single-head draw frame generation from Rieter offers an unprecedented level of productivity with the highest quality standards.
New-age yarns blend with changing needs
The cup of cappuccino on a winter’s day, NILIT Heat nylon yarn from Nilit, made with coffee charcoal, warms wearers from the inside out. Wearers enjoy a comfortable sweat-free sensation due to the excellent absorption and moisture management provided by the yarns.
Continuous investment in R&D is Rieter's forte
Incorporated on August 1, 1995 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Rieter Group, Switzerland, Rieter India Private Limited is one of the leaders in the market for textile spinning machines, and is recognised as a supplier of entire spinning systems from a single source, complemented by its reliable and proficient customer service. Rieter India provides sales, service and technical support from the branch offices at Coimbatore, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, Bhilwara and Guntur. Rieter India manufactures its spinning product range from its manufacturing facility at Wing, Satara.
Influence of mechanical harvesting method
Two different methods of cotton harvesting were each examined at two different farmers. The comparison was carried out through to the knitted fabric, whereby carded ring and rotor yarns with various counts were spun, says Harald Schwippl.
Rieter reaps 28% rise in sales in India
Both in China and India, Rieter significantly increased sales, by 33 per cent to CHF 186.5 million and by 28 per cent to CHF 182.1 million, respectively. In the other Asian countries, sales declined by 12 per cent.