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ROTORCRAFT’s futuristic solution
The Rotorcraft presented a revolutionary new ring spinning frame. Named Next Generation Spinning (NGS®), this frame meets all the requirements of a 21st century mill. In order to avoid any human and operating errors that are common with ring frames today, the NGS® frame has no setting screws whatsoever.
Rieter systems show the way to higher profitability
Rieter will exhibit a wide range of innovations at ITME 2016. As the world leader in compact technology, Rieter will show the K 42 compact spinning machine and the G 32 ring spinning machine with EliTe®. The learning system Rieter ´UPtime´ Solutions, which supports the preventive maintenance of plants, represents a further step towards the digitisation of spinning mills.
ROTORCRAFT launches Next Generation Spinning
Rotorcraft stands for Swiss Innovations in spinning technology. At ITMA Asia 2016, Rotorocraft displayed new developments, which embody the operating principles of all of its products: efficiency, simplicity and sustainability. For the first time world wide, a revolutionary ring spinning frame was introduced: Next Generation Spinning (NGS®). This frame meets all the requirements of a 21st century mill.
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.
Zinser to equip new compact spinning plant
The history of industrial cotton spinning began in the 18th century in England. In 1781, the first steam-driven cotton spinning mill was opened in Manchester. There, at the pulsating heart of industrialisation, no less than 108 cotton spinning mills were existing in 1853. About 80 per cent of the world’s production came from Manchester, which bore the nickname “Cottonopolis”.
Suessen's compact spinning system
SUESSEN, a manufacturer of airjet, warp spinning and ring spinning equipment with facilities in Germany, Brazil, India, the Czech Republic and a subsidiary in the USA, is planning to exhibit its products during ITM Istanbul to demonstrate the competence in handling and processing natural and man-made-fibres within the ring- and rotor spinning process. SUESSEN’s EliTe CompactSet is the world’s most in demand compact spinning system.
SUESSEN bags San Yang order
San Yang Textile Co Ltd is a joint-stock cotton spinning and weaving company established in 2003. At present San Yang has 5,00,000 ring spindles installed and 340 sets of airjet looms as main production capacity. The annual output of is 30,000 tonnes of cotton greige yarns and 40 mm of cotton woven greige fabrics.