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WEFTMASTER® FALCON-i for reliable monitoring
In order to monitor an individual thread for finest knots, fluff, filamentation, smallest thick places or even capillary breaks, Loepfe´s newly developed FALCON-i sensor is installed, e.g., before or after a weft feeder.
The two global Swiss giants in the textile machinery´Oerlikon & Rieter ´achieved a double-digit growth in 2014. The Oerlikon Group sustained its strong operational performance and reported a sales increase by 16.1 per cent to CHF 3,215 million, driven by organic and inorganic growth.
DiloGroup participates at CINTE Techtextil China
This year Shanghai appeared as a platform for the international textile industry and the nonwovens industry. First the combined ITMA Asia and CITME show took place in June and then shortly afterwards in September the CINTE Techtextil China fair.
WRA: From woollen to sportech
Since its inception in 1963, the Wool Research Association (WRA) has been catering to the needs of woolen and allied industries through its dedicated R&D and technical services including testing & training. With Designation as ¨Centre of Excellence(COE)
Good trend of business continues at Rieter
Rieter closed the first half of 2014 with significantly higher net profits of CHF4.3 mn or 2.7 per cent of sales, respectively. The market environment in which Rieter operates was consistently favourable in the first half of 2014.
Com4®, a brand provides support for Rieter customers
Rieter is stepping up its sales support for licensees with new yarn brands. Com4® is a registered trademark of Rieter. It now represents the basic brand for quality yarns spun on all four Rieter final spinning machines.
Spinners upbeat on Shanghai Yarn Expo in October
Yarn Expo Autumn 2014 will be held in Hall N4 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre from October 20 to 22, 2014. With an exhibition area standing at 5,000 sqm, nearly 150 overseas and domestic yarn suppliers will participate in this edition, while many of them say they will showcase their latest eco products.
Selection of beater design in fibre preparation
Brian A Leach and Kishore Kumar Khaitan discuss the issues related to how beater designs and the sequence of opening points influence fibre preparation. Fibre opening is key to good yarn spinning. Good, gentle opening ensures maximum retension of fibre strength by minimising fibre rupture, reducing the level of neps
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