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Rieter's order intake grows by 16%
March 2018
Rieter’s growth in order intake in the Asian countries (excluding China, India and Turkey) was pleasing. The Rieter Group achieved an order intake of CHF 1 051.5 million in the 2017 financial year. This represents an increase of 16 per cent compared to the previous year (+ CHF 146.3 million). Thus, the upturn seen in the first half of 2017 continued. Sales totaled CHF 965.6 million, up 2 per cent on the previous year (2016: CHF 945.0 million). The full annual financial statements and the 2017 Annual Report will be published by Rieter on March 13, 2018.
Silicone inks for superior performance printing
October 2017
Conventional inks require 5-8 layers to achieve optimal coverage, but with silicone inks the same effect can be achieved with only three layers, says Padmadas Nair.
Keisokki Classifiber that detects short fibres
October 2016
Almost all manufacturers have a sampler, which is round and hence it requires a lot of skill to operate. A sampler is required to achieve identical results. Further, the sensor in the main instrument used is a wide sensor, i.e., 3 mm sensor. This also leads to lot of inaccuracies. Keisokki decided to eliminate the problems and developed a new instrument. The company introduced its computer technology-based Classifiber with:
15 finalists for IDEA16 Achievement Awards
March 2016
INDA, the Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, has announced 15 leading companies are finalists in five categories for its IDEA16 Achievement Awards, in partnership with Nonwovens Industry magazine. Voting is now open online.
Bräcker, Graf, Novibra & Suessen present latest spinning rings
August 2015
Bräcker, Graf, Novibra and Suessen presented in Shanghai their newly developed Premium Components. Bräcker presented the latest two new spinning rings redORBIT und OPAL®. The redORBIT and the OPAL® rings are the answers to the demands of today?s fast paced spinning industry, where the spinning mills have to work with very tight cost control, whilst adapting quickly to the ever faster changing markets.
Van de Wiele Extrusion delivers first BCF Extrusion line to Turkey
July 2015
In September 2014, Van de Wiele extrusion successfully signed a contract with a Turkish customer to deliver a BCF extrusion line. The line is a mono colour line able to produce polypropylene, polyamide 6 and polyester BCF yarns. The mono colour line is delivered in March 2015. Other orders have been accepted and will be delivered in the near future.
Energy conservation in textile mills
October 2014
Energy Conservation in textile mills needs to be given top priority now. The textile industry in Pakistan had stepped up a drive since 2009, to save electricity as 42 spinning mills, after their energy audit, are saving up to 10 percent power without any additional cost, with the technical inputs from GTZ, APO etc.
Selection of beater design in fibre preparation
July 2014
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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