Loepfe @ ITMA 2023 : Sensor technology detect...
Loepfe @ ITMA 2023

Sensor technology detects smallest deviations

YarnMaster Prisma with new integrated function: the Millmaster Top management system (Source: Loepfe)
YarnMaster Prisma with new integrated function: the Millmaster Top management system (Source: Loepfe)

The textile quality control provider Loepfe Brothers Ltd., Wetzikon/Switzerland, provides solutions for producers that need quality yarns at maximum machine efficiency. At the ITMA, the company shows the advantages of its sensor technology at the Textile Corner. Loepfe specialists will demonstrate how unique sensor technologies detect the smallest deviation in yarns, while clever software evaluates the signals to maximize quality and machine efficiency. Field study results, fabric examples and much more will be available for visitors to start discussions.
Loepfe will showcase its YarnMaster Prisma and YarnMaster Zenit+ technologies. A special highlight at the ITMA will be the newly launched Prisma Autoclearing functions, which provide a perfect solution for ease of use in yarn clearing. Prisma Autoclearing offers an effortless yarn clearing experience. Visitors can also test the full range of functions of the associated MillMaster Top data system, including trend analysis, planning boards for winding machine scheduling, clearer-assistant for cut forecasts, and more. In the open-end sector, Loepfe will present the YarnMaster EOS. This rotor yarn clearer is known for meeting the spinner’s requirement for consistent yarn quality and maximum machine efficiency. Loepfe’s offerings extend beyond the spinning sector, including the WeftMaster Cut-It for thermal fabric cutting and the all-round sensor WeftMaster Falcon-I, that is known for zero-defect manufacturing, regardless of color, conductive materials, monofilament, or multifilament yarns.

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