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Innovations in ITM Istanbul 2022-07-04 06:52:35

Innovations in ITM Istanbul


Rieter showcased  its Autoconer X6, which further improves the attractiveness of the company’s ring and compact-spinning offering, by completing the system. In addition, Rieter is showed the roving frame F 40 which doffs at 90 seconds only, SSM’s NEO-YW precision winder is launching into the European market, while three key innovations in components are being introduced.

The Autoconer X6 is a globally recognized winding machine at the highest performance level, putting it on a par with all other Rieter machines. The winding 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 latest splicer generation OZ1 (Ne 20 to Ne 120 and finer) and OZ2 (Ne 3 to Ne 40) provides an optimum splice quality based on an open prism. When splicing cotton-based elastic core yarns, duo-core yarns and multi-core yarns, the open prisms are used in combination with the Elastosplicer.

The new Multilink system with Multilot, offers maximum flexibility - up to four ring spinning machines are linked to one Autoconer, with each ring spinning machine able to supply a different type of yarn.

With the integration of the Autoconer X6 into the Rieter system, the mill management system ESSENTIAL will open up over the coming years, the potential for end-to-end transparency and optimization throughout all process steps.


Picanol showed its latest technology in ITM, which were released at the end of 2021. Not only will four machines from the Connect generation were on display at the Picanol booth but the new and fully digital platform PicConnect was also  demonstrated.  PicConnect platform. PicConnect offers Picanol customers a wide range of features, from industrial IoT to service-related applications. This includes, for example, the new webshop for Picanol Original Quality Parts, which is called PartsLine.


The company team presented its state-of-the-art sustainable technologies for the textiles industry – including all business areas: Spinning, Card Clothing, Nonwovens and Man-Made Fibers.

Visitors to ITM 2022 experienced exactly how the company brings its vision to life with technologies. With regard to spinning preparation booth will featured the new and easy-to-use combing machine, TCO 21, which maximizes productivity and automation to provide excellent process efficiency and yarn quality.

Guests also got the latest of the pre-cleaner CL-X and our intelligent card TC 19i, which utilize advanced air technology and contribute to more energy-efficient spinning mills. Visitors had the chance to see and touch card slivers made from recycled materials at booth and talk to Trützschler experts about specially designed recycling card, TC 19i for Recycling. It empowers customers to achieve highest possible quality when carding secondary fibers from torn waste through continuous self-optimization


The Oerlikon Polymer Processing Solutions division showcased its solutions and technologies with a special highlight on the RoTac³.

The thick BCF yarns made from PP, PET and PA6 required can now be tangled using the RoTac³. In so-called plying, all three filaments are jointly fed through a tangling opening in the RoTac³ and then tangled. BCF yarn manufacturers can now also use the RoTac³ for yarns of up to 6,800 dtex. They not only benefit from energy savings due to lower compressed air consumption and considerably more even tangling knots, manufacturers can also respond more flexibly to market requirements and hence expand their product portfolio”, explains Arnd Luppold, BCF Sales Director, talking about the advantages of plying using the RoTac³.

Even at high production speeds, tangling knots can be set much more evenly with the RoTac³ than in the case of other conventional tangling units. Frequent tangling glitches are now a thing of the past. This ensures better yarn quality and has a positive impact on further processing. The result: the carpet has a visibly more even appearance. Furthermore, compressed air consumption is reduced by up to 50 percent, depending on yarn type.