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Impact of cost on profit in spinning mills
The effect of changes in cost parameters viz, raw material cost (RMC), yarn selling price (YSP), power cost, packing materials etc., and operational parameters like production rate, spindle utilisation, yarn realisation, saleable wastes etc., on profit is estimated and expressed in cost so that the importance will be more significant, says S Mariappan.
Rieter Combing: Technologically at forefront
The new combing set achieves the greatest productivity worldwide. The technology advantage of Rieter combing is based on the optimal interaction between machine and technology components, thinks Yvan Schwartz. Confirmation of this strength, not only in the laboratory but especially under real production conditions with different cotton types, is Rieter s guarantee for the customers success.
The new Rieter Combing Set
The new combing set, consisting of the E 36 OMEGAlap and the E 86 combing machine, is the result of continuing development of the predecessor model, writes Yvan Schwartz.
Trutzschler Spinning to launch advanced card
ITMA in Europe remains the industry´s leading trade fair. The importance given to it by Trützschler is in accordance with this fact. All four divisions will exhibit on a collective stand. Though a final decision on all the products to be exhibited has not yet been made, a central theme stands out: ´Processes and machines to improve economic efficiency at our customers are in the spotlight.´
Sakthi Textile: A trusted name in textile spinning mills
Sakthi started during the year 2007 and it is promoted and run by a team of dedicated qualified engineers led by managing partner A Sundararajan, who has over two decades of product development and promotion experience in spinning machinery.
Grafs circular comb
Together with the top comb, the circular comb is the key technological component of the comber, influencing the characteristics of the yarn with respect to evenness, strength and cleanliness