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Loepfe to use Falcon-i for projects in China & Taiwan
August 2020
Loepfe, a manufacturer and solution partner for electronic online quality assurance systems, has announced that in order to detect even the tiniest yarn irregularities, company is using Falcon-i which offers extensive sensitivity levels, allowing customers to fine-tune the ratio of machine stoppages caused by necessary quality control stops.
Sateri’s breakthrough in viscose production using waste
August 2020
The high quality new fibre uses a mix of dissolving pulp made from recycled post-consumer textile waste by Swedish company Södra, and other PEFC-certified wood pulp.
Truetzschler new TC 19i delivers outstanding results
August 2020
TC 19i achieved up to 40 per cent less yarn imperfections and new potentials for productivity increase for customers. At the same time, TC 19i demonstrated significant raw material savings of up to 2 per cent at a consistent yarn quality level.
Productive spinning with high short-fibre content
August 2020
The best way to process shorter fibres and waste is with a Rieter rotor spinning machine. The order in which the upstream machines are placed depends on the short-fibre content of the raw material.
Fujian Billion kicks off industrial yarn production
July 2020
From the end of this year, the southern Chinese yarn manufacturer Fujian Billion Polymerization Technology Industrial will be producing industrial yarns using systems supplied by Oerlikon Barmag.
Spinning: A comeback tale
July 2020
Despite uncertainties in the market created by Covid-19, the textile spinning and machinery and accessories industry is bouncing back with reported rise in orders.
Tengri launches yarn from Khangai camel fibre
July 2020
Tengri, a UK-based luxury lifestyle brand specialising in clothing, accessories and home interiors that since 2014 has championed the manufacture of noble yarns and fibres from the endemic Khangai yak
Truetzschler new TC 19i delivers outstanding results
June 2020
TC 19i achieved up to 40 per cent less yarn imperfections and new potentials for productivity increase for customers. At the same time, TC 19i demonstrated significant raw material savings of up to 2 per cent at a consistent yarn quality level.
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