Rieter @ India ITME: Technology lowers energy...
Rieter @ India ITME

Technology lowers energy and material costs

(Source: Rieter)
(Source: Rieter)

At the India ITME 2022 in Noida/India, from December 8-13, 2022, Rieter will present the latest innovations in its systems, components and services. The company’s technology portfolio is designed to help customers succeed in markets shaped by rising energy and raw material costs.
The automatic winding machine Autoconer X6 completes the ring and compact-spinning systems from Rieter AG, Winterthur/Switzerland. The machine serves as the final quality assurance in the ring and compact-spinning process and is key to the performance of the subsequent process stages. The Multilink system with Multilot offers maximum flexibility to handle different types of yarn.
The latest splicer generations OZ1 and OZ2 provide an optimum splice quality based on an open prism. With only 2 prisms, spinning mills can splice the entire spectrum of cotton yarns as well as blends. They are also used for the splicing of cotton-based elastic core yarns in combination with the Elastosplicer. The splice zone exhibits an impressive elasticity in the fabric.

Compacting solutions
The Rieter compacting devices – Compactapron, Compacteasy and Compactdrum – offer solutions for every application. Spinning mills can change quickly between ring and compact yarn and offer customers a broader product range.
The company offers solutions for the integration of recycled raw material into yarn production to help close the textile loop and make fashion more circular. Both rotor and ring yarns can be produced with a considerable amount of mechanically recycled fibers.
Based on existing customer information, the online shop Essentialorder visualizes which Rieter machines and systems are available inside each spinning mill. It therefore offers a personalized shopping experience and facilitates order management, enabling spinning mills to optimize their internal stock levels. This service is available 24/7.
The piecing robot ROBOspin reduces personnel requirements in the ring spinning section by 50%. The robot also attains productivity increases thanks to higher spindle speeds at equal or higher efficiency.

(Source: Rieter)
(Source: Rieter)
SSM offers efficient twisting production
SSM Schärer Schweiter Mettler AG, Wädenswil/Switzerland, a subsidiary of Rieter, will be presenting NEO-FD, the assembly-winding machine for precision wound packages for twisting. It meets all requirements for efficient production. The machine features the auto-doffing option and the online back-pressure system for low and high package densities. With ergonomic design and proven technology, the machine cuts maintenance and service costs to a minimum.

(Source: Rieter)
(Source: Rieter)
Temco CoolFlow disc with longer lifetime
The texturing discs from Rieter Components Germany GmbH Temco, Hammelburg/Germany, offer longer lifetime thanks to a brand-new geometry and the latest polyurethane technology. CoolFlow texturing discs now generate a disc surface that operates at a lower temperature, resulting in slower ageing and abrasion. Further benefits are more stable yarn quality, higher productivity, and an overall process cost reduction.

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