Saurer is set to empower its customers with new innovative solutions at ITMA 2019 expo, in hall 6, stand B201. The leading textile and garment technology exhibition will be held from June 20-26, 2019, in Barcelona, Spain. Saurer is a leading globally operating technology group focusing on machinery and components for fibre and yarn processing.
For Saurer, this year’s exhibition marks the beginning of a new era. Over the past years, they are committed to gaining insight into the market and truly focusing on customers’ needs. In response to customer requests, the company now offers all staple fibre spinning solutions. Saurer’s overarching mill management system allows all the customers to gain a detailed overview of their operations and makes optimisation easier, the company said in a media statement.
The company is now focusing on adding intelligent technology. Their machines’ self-learning features optimise the speed to suit the material being processed. The Saurer products within a given system can be linked, which saves on labour and makes production processes more efficient and less wasteful, with a major impact on profitability.
Whether they are in spinning, embroidery, or twisting, all clients can benefit from Saurer’s mill monitoring system Senses to analyse production, quality, and machine data. As an added advantage, this system is also compatible with third-party machines. Users can tap new optimisation potential by controlling the production process and making it more transparent.
Clients will also have the option of linking our machines and the new laboratory equipment from their Autolab series, which premieres at the exhibition, to the software platform. The powerful combination of analytical capacity gives the user a clear picture of all the processes making up their operation in real time.
As vital yarn characteristics are already determined during the preparation of the raw material, Saurer helps to control and manage the entire process, ensuring best sliver quality for the five end-spinning processes. With the addition of the new innovative Autocard and the draw frame Autodraw, they have further extended their spinning product portfolio.
The company has also integrated automation technology in its embroidery machine. The new Automatic Rear Carriage adjustment helps in reducing the machine setting time while the intelligent thread watcher SmartMon drives the precise and fast detection of yarn breaks, on both shuttle and needle side, which drastically lowers mending costs.
Sensors are fundamental to any data collection effort. Saurer’s twisting machines will also feature an integrated device that measures tension and monitors yarn twist in industrial and carpet yarn as well as tire cord and staple fibre.