Yarn Spinning, Twisting and Finishing
Fibre preparation, yarn-spinning, twisting, winding and finishing are demanding processes that require high-quality Tangential Belts.
We offer a complete range of High Performance Flat Belts for the Textile Industry. These products satisfy the ever increasing needs and provide extended service life as well as improved chemical and aging resistance.
The spinning machines stake the roving, thin it and twist it, creating yarn. The roving is pulled off a bobbin and fed through rollers, which are feeding at several different speeds. This thins the roving at a consistent rate.
Open End Spinning
The rotor spinning process is much more efficient than Ring spinning and is mainly used for coarse yarns.
Two or more single-end threads are twisted together to form one multi-ply twisted yarn. Spindles are driven by tangential belts or by separate motors.
Winders are machines for wrapping string, twine, cord, thread, yarn, rope, wire, ribbon, tape onto a bobbin. Modern machines are equipped with Elastic Belts for transporting the cop while older machines are driven by Tangential Belts.
Man-made fibres are in general very even and have less “character” when it comes to the sense of touch. Texturing is the formation of crimps, loops, coils or crinkles in filaments to give the yarn typical characteristics.
Flat bed, rotary, digital or table – our AmPrint range handles every printing system!
Offering extended lifetime thanks to their non-fray construction design and outstanding chemical resistance, our printing blankets are tailored to meet the process requirements for textile printing across the entire spectrum of printing technologies.
Some examples of our materials, available in either self-adhesive or non-stick format.
Features of the roll covering range:
- Oil and grease resistant
- Varying degrees of hardness for both high and low grip
- Narrow tolerances
- Many colours and profiles available
- Available in self-adhesive format