28/10/2015 – ITMA 2015 — auf Deutsch lesen
Groz-Beckert: Exceptional insights
Groz-Beckert will present innovative products and services as well as its new booth concept with machines made of acrylic glass, giving exceptional insights into the textile world. For the first time, Groz-Beckerts new product sector Carding will also be represented.
By means of transparent knitting and warp knitting machines, the product sector Knitting will visualize the precision of its products and their perfect interaction in the relevant processes. The individual elements can be removed and viewed in detail. The special highlight will be an innovation for knitting needles used in large diameter circular knitting machines.
Cleaning, drawing-in, knotting, weaving: Groz-Beckert offers a comprehensive system for the weaving sector and will exhibit a wide range of machines for weaving preparation including the fully automatic drawing-in concept “Warpmaster” as well as different knotting machines from the Knotmaster series for a diversity of application areas. The machines will be demonstrated on common tying frames with clamping rod or clamping rail tension systems. Weaving accessories will be presented on a transparent model of a weaving machine.
The Carding sector will exhibit metallic card clothing characterised by minimising fibre consumption and, therefore, guaranteeing an economic production of nonwovens. Sirolock and Evostep wire designs for doffer and worker wires are displayed on a nonwovens card made of acrylic glass. Sirolock and Evostep are characterised by a distinctive step under the tip of the tooth front. These geometries allow better fibre taking and holding, while reducing fibre fly and improving fibre blending.
The combination of these advantages leads to better web quality and allows raw material savings. In addition to these highlights for the nonwoven segment, also for the spinning segment, on an acrylic cotton card, Carding shows a special doffer wire for the processing of microfibres with a rib of 0.70 mm and 520 PPSI allowing a reduction of yarn imperfections (IPI-values) by up to 30 percent.
[ITMA 2015, hall 7 booth D124]