Air jet weaving units lahore

The fully-automated, double-sided air-jet spinning machine J 26 with 200 spinning units, up to six robots and a delivery speed of 500 m/min ensures economical and flexible production. The attachment P 26 for 100% polyester spinning widens the application range. High performance is supported by the piecing preparation system reducing the cycle time. The new edge displacement realises packages with homogeneous density, heavier weight and soft edges for best performance downstream. The system is completed with the Rieter yarn clearer Q 10A customized for the air-jet application.

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An air-jet loom is a shuttleless loom that uses a jet of air to propel the weft yarn through the shed. [1] It is one of two types of fluid-jet looms, the other being a water-jet loom, which was developed previously. [1] Fluid-jet looms can operate at a faster speed than predecessor looms such as rapier looms , but they are not as common. [1]

Air-jet looms are capable of producing standard household and apparel fabrics for items such as shirts, denim, sheets, towels, and sports apparel, as well as industrial products such as printed circuit board cloths. [2] Heavier yarns are more suitable for air-jet looms than lighter yarns. Air-jet looms are capable of weaving plaids, as well as dobby and jacquard fabrics. [3]

Companies that produce air-jet looms include Toyota Industries [4] and Tsudakoma, [5] both based in Japan; Picanol , [6] based in Belgium; Dornier , [7] based in Germany; RIFA, [8] based in China; and Itema , [9] based in Italy.