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SSM Giudici Concludes A Large Order

HORGEN, Switzerland — August 29, 2014 — SSM GIUDICI has concluded a larger order of twenty-three machines (3,000 spindles) with one of the worlds most recognized manufacturer of high quality polyamide yarns.

The fast growing synthetic fiber market requires reliable high quality processing machines. One of the worlds most recognized manufacturer of high quality polyamide yarns has read the signs and is investing in new machines to increase their capacity.

SSM GIUDICI will deliver a total of twenty TG30-A automatic false-twist texturing machines, one TG30-AE automatic false-twist texturing machine with integrated elastomer unrolling device and one RG12-DTB automatic false-twist texturing machine for coarse yarn counts.

The machines combine a proven straight texturing zone through the entire texturing zone for the production of fine and medium count false-twist textured Polyamide and Polypropylene yarns, a low machine profile for user friendly and efficient operation and a sturdy design resulting in low maintenance cost.

One SSM DP5-T DIGICONE® fastflexTM air texturing machine completes the order. The well-known DP5-T is designed for the flexible production of high quality air jet textured yarns. All types of continuous filament yarns (PES, PA, PP, Glass, etc.) can be processed to a large range of yarns for a wide variety of applications such as; apparel, automotive, home furnishing, sewing threads and technical yarns.

The machines will be supplied in five stages and by the end of 2016 all twenty-three machines (3,000 spindles) will be in full operation.

Posted September 2, 2014

Source: SSM Giudici

 




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