India ITME 1st event was executed in 1980 in Mumbai, India. Now this event has become backbone of Textile and textile engineering industry in India. India ITME has grown leaps and bounds to be one of the largest in this sector internationally. India ITME event is held once in every 4 years & has now completed 35 years of existence with highly successful Nine Exhibitions in India. This session India ITME will be held on December 3-8, 2016 at Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre, NSE Complex, Goregaon, Mumbai. World renowned companies will show case their latest innovative products at the exhibition. Textile Focus technical team will cover the technoplogical advancement of the companies companywise.
At ITME Mumbai, Suessen will exhibit various new components for ring and rotor spinning machines. All innovations are aiming for optimal yarn quality and high productivity, while costs are reduced at the same time.
In ring spinning one of the highlights will be the EliTe®CompactSet, a compact spinning system, which can be installed on nearly all types of ring spinning machines. The system includes various innovations resulting in better yarn quality and increased productivity. An example is the EliTube Concept: as the fibre path within the drafting system is off-centred and the slot inclination is varied from left to right depending on the machine side, the use of top roller cots and aprons can be doubled. The main goal of this and the other innovations is increasing lifetime of the components and reducing maintenance costs. The EliTe®CompactSet can be equipped with the optional EliTwist® enabling the production of compact two-ply yarn on ring spinning machines. EliTwist® is highly suitable to spin two-ply core yarns.
Suessen will also present various new Premium Parts for rotor spinning machines. The new TwistTrap Navel is a modified navel with a patented twist-retaining element. The navel, which is applicable to all types of SpinBoxes, provides an additional false twist, which results in better spinning stability. The production increases by 10 % to 15 % due to the possible twist reduction. Another new Premium Part is the PS7 TwinDisc. There is substantially less flexing work between rotor shaft and disc, as the width of the disc is reduced from 10 mm to 7 mm. Due to the lower energy consumption – up to 11 W per spinning unit are possible depending on the rotor speed – the pay-back period of this innovative component is very short.
Textile Focus Technical Team