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Introduction of new Trützschler Draw Frame TD 8 in Barcelona

News International-French

20 Jul 2011

On the occasion of ITMA Barcelona, Trützschler Spinning will introduce a new draw frame type. Even at first glance the new design of the Trützschler Draw Frame TD 8 is obvious.The integration of a new drafting system and a new filter resulted in a new casing.

The drafting system is characterised by increased accuracy. This benefits sliver evenness. Top and bottom rolls are in a precise fixed position to one another. As is customary with Trützschler, adjustment is carried out parallel. Cleaning bars and pressure bar are made of hardened stainless steel and do not have just the usual thin coating.


Sensor reliability and accuracy is decisive for the control. Meanwhile the newly developed input sensor Disc Leveller TD-DL has passed all field tests with flying colours and is now part of the standard equipment of the TD 8. Sensor and groove plates feature double bearings, with one bearing below and one above the plates. The axle is firmly anchored and does not need to rotate. Both these measures result in improved measuring accuracy and many years of long-term reliability.


The quality monitoring system SLIVER FOCUS is also equipped with a new sensor. It is characterised by extraordinary robustness and reliability.


For even more accurate and dynamic levelling behaviour, the sliver feed creel is mechanically decoupled.The new compact sliver feed SERVO CREEL is equipped with its own drive.The levelling motor works more dynamic since it no longer needs to accelerate and decelerate the creel. Another advantage is the possibility of continuous and sensitive adjustment of the tension draft between creel and draw frame. All it takes is a touch on the large-scale colour touchscreen




About Trützschler

With about 2000 employees, Trützschler is one of the world's leading textile machinery manufacturer. Trützschler specialises in machines, installations and accessories for spinning preparation and the nonwovens industry. The headquarters of the over 120 year old company is located in Mönchengladbach, Germany. Germany is also the home of the Business units Truetzschler Nonwovens with two production locations and Trützschler Card Clothing GmbH. Sites in India, China, Brazil and USA, as well as a number of service centres, provide customer proximity in the important textile processing areas.



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