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Trützschler introduces new Comber Machine (c) Trützschler
TCO 21
16.12.2021

Trützschler introduces new Comber Machine

Comber machines from Trützschler are already trusted by customers across the textiles industry and around the globe. The TCO 21 is the latest addition to their portfolio and was built to boost productivity,  ensure quality and support increased automation.

High productivity and raw material savings
One of the key benefits of the TCO 21 is its advanced processing speed. This next-generation combing machine is able to produce at a rate of up to 600 nips per minute. the TCO 21 can also be coordinated with Trützschler’s JUMBO CANS (Ø 1.200 mm). They not only reduce yarn defects due to fewer piecings which leads to quality improvements, but also offer a higher efficiency because of their larger dimensions. This, for example, has positive effects on the number of necessary cans and can transports – and results in lower personnel costs.

Comber machines from Trützschler are already trusted by customers across the textiles industry and around the globe. The TCO 21 is the latest addition to their portfolio and was built to boost productivity,  ensure quality and support increased automation.

High productivity and raw material savings
One of the key benefits of the TCO 21 is its advanced processing speed. This next-generation combing machine is able to produce at a rate of up to 600 nips per minute. the TCO 21 can also be coordinated with Trützschler’s JUMBO CANS (Ø 1.200 mm). They not only reduce yarn defects due to fewer piecings which leads to quality improvements, but also offer a higher efficiency because of their larger dimensions. This, for example, has positive effects on the number of necessary cans and can transports – and results in lower personnel costs.

Excellent yarn quality
The TCO 21 comes with COUNT MONITORING as standard. This feature makes it possible for the machine operator to define limits for count variations via an easy-to-use display. Trützschler’s DISC MONITOR system of sensors measures the count continuously, and the machine alerts the operator and switches off if the limit is exceeded. In addition, the COUNT MONITORING function also includes spectrogram analysis.

Customers can further strengthen their focus on quality by choosing to add the COUNT CONTROL function to the TCO 21. It is managed via the same easy-to-use display, and offers automatic sliver count measurement, as well as spectrogram analysis. It also automatically regulates the main draft during production to balance count variations and ensure the desired sliver count. This feature is particularly attractive for customers who manufacture blends of cotton and synthetic, as it can also be used to avoid variations in the overall yarn composition.

Automatic optimization
The TCO 21 joins the TCO 12 from Trützschler as an combing machine that offers automatic PIECING OPTIMIZER technology, and that finds the right piecing setting without a single laboratory test, because of two functions: First by adjusting the piecing time in the combing cycle (timing function). Whereas the resetting of the detaching point (piecing time) is usually a very time-consuming task, it now takes only a few minutes and is performed automatically at a push on a button. Second the customer is helped to select specific detaching curve types (curve function) for their unique requirements.

Easy operation
The TCO 21 is simple to operate and maintain. The SMART TOUCH display is fast and intuitive, and a Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) sensor quickly identifies each user and adapts the information on the display to their individual needs. The multi-colored T-LED display provides visual indications of the machine’s status or quality parameters over large distances which enables the operator recognizing them at a glance in the entire spinning mill. The TCO 21 is built with original Trützschler electronics that ensure high performance and durability: Their intelligent cooling system, that has already proven itself in the draw frame TD 10, contributes to a longer service life by reducing the operating temperature of electronic power components. Even if components have to be replaced at some point, the customer can keep their spare parts inventory small, because they can switch also electronics spare parts flexibly between different machine types, e.g. cards and draw frames. The option to add an automatic greasing function completes the easy operation of the TCO 21.

 

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Trützschler

(c) Trützschler
Ralf Helbig, R & D Engineer for Air Technology (left) and Christian Freitag, Head of Air Technology at Trützschler (right).
27.09.2021

Trützschler: TC 19i sets the benchmark for energy-efficient carding

Global energy consumption reached a record high in 2019, following a 40-year trend for rapidly increasing energy demand that was only halted by the Coronavirus pandemic. It’s estimated that more than 80 % of this energy is still generated from fossil fuels that produce CO2 emissions and contribute to climate change. Renewable energy offers a solution to this problem, but saving energy whenever possible is an even more effective approach. That are the motives for Trützschler to develop the intelligent card TC 19i, which sets a new benchmark for energy-efficient carding.

The intelligent Trützschler card TC 19i features the unique T-GO gap optimizer, which continuously and automatically monitors and adjusts the carding gap to an ideal position during production. Innovative drive- and air technology further reduce energy consumption of the TC 19i.

Global energy consumption reached a record high in 2019, following a 40-year trend for rapidly increasing energy demand that was only halted by the Coronavirus pandemic. It’s estimated that more than 80 % of this energy is still generated from fossil fuels that produce CO2 emissions and contribute to climate change. Renewable energy offers a solution to this problem, but saving energy whenever possible is an even more effective approach. That are the motives for Trützschler to develop the intelligent card TC 19i, which sets a new benchmark for energy-efficient carding.

The intelligent Trützschler card TC 19i features the unique T-GO gap optimizer, which continuously and automatically monitors and adjusts the carding gap to an ideal position during production. Innovative drive- and air technology further reduce energy consumption of the TC 19i.

The most energy-intensive elements in a carding machine are the drive, the dust suction process and the compressed air system. Permanent suction is needed to remove dust and cotton waste in key places. Smart optimization of these areas has made the intelligent card TC 19i a benchmark for energy efficiency in carding because it uses less electricity, lower suction pressure and less compressed air than other machines, while providing the highest production rates currently available on the market.

In a head-to-head comparison between the TC 19i and a high-performance card from a competitor, the TC 19i consumed at least 10 % less energy per kilogram of material produced when manufacturing rotor yarn from a cotton and cotton waste mix. The compared energy values included electric power consumption and energy required for suction and compressed air and were measured in both cards at the same production of 180 kg/h. A 10 % reduction in energy per kilogram of sliver produced, as proven here by TC 19i, can have a significant impact on a spinning mill’s profitability; annual savings worth a five-digit sum are frequently possible, depending on factors such as the output of the mill. The customer trial also showed TC 19i’s excellent reliability at the customer’s usual production rate of 180 kg/h, and even demonstrated stable performance at 300 kg/h in the same application. Because the TC 19i with T-GO gap optimizer realizes maximum production rates at no compromise in quality, manufacturers can reduce their energy demand and investment costs drastically: Less machines are needed to achieve the desired output, and energy consumption per production is reduced.

This improvement was made possible by a long and sometimes challenging innovation process involving mathematical models of air flows, as well as flow simulations and prototypes. By combining the final flowoptimized parts in the TC 19i, Trützschler’s experts have developed a card that operates with suction pressure of just -740 Pa and with an air requirement of only 4200 m³/h. This translates into 40 % less energy demand for air technology compared to the latest high-performance competitor model.

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Trützschler carding technology
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Trützschler

Truetzschler-Voith CP Line (c)Truetzschler
Auf Stand 2327 zu finden: zweilagige Vliesstoffe von der ersten CP-Anlage weltweit
22.09.2021

Truetzschler: Wege zu nachhaltigen Vliesstoffen

  • Auf der diesjährigen INDEX, 19. bis 22. Oktober, stellen Trützschler Nonwovens, Trützschler Card Clothing und Voith am Stand 2327 neue Lösungen zur Herstellung nachhaltiger Vliesstoffe für Reinigungstücher, Hygiene- oder Medizintextilien vor.

Initiativen für plastikfreie Produkte betreffen jeden: Verbraucher, Produktentwickler, Vliesstoffhersteller und schließlich auch den Maschinenbau.

Trützschler Nonwovens und Voith adressieren die Suche nach nachhaltigen und kostengünstigen Vliesstoffen mit zwei bewährten Technologien zur Herstellung zellstoffbasierter Reinigungstücher. Zum einen ist es die WLS-Technologie für nassgelegte, wasserstrahlverfestigte Materialien. Mehrere Anlagen für feuchte Toilettentücher sind bereits weltweit im Einsatz. Auf der INDEX stellen wir die neuesten „nextLevel/WLS“-Reinigungstücher vor. Diese konvertierten Vliesstoffe für die Baby- und Körperpflege sind eine Gemeinschaftsentwicklung von Voith und Trützschler.

  • Auf der diesjährigen INDEX, 19. bis 22. Oktober, stellen Trützschler Nonwovens, Trützschler Card Clothing und Voith am Stand 2327 neue Lösungen zur Herstellung nachhaltiger Vliesstoffe für Reinigungstücher, Hygiene- oder Medizintextilien vor.

Initiativen für plastikfreie Produkte betreffen jeden: Verbraucher, Produktentwickler, Vliesstoffhersteller und schließlich auch den Maschinenbau.

Trützschler Nonwovens und Voith adressieren die Suche nach nachhaltigen und kostengünstigen Vliesstoffen mit zwei bewährten Technologien zur Herstellung zellstoffbasierter Reinigungstücher. Zum einen ist es die WLS-Technologie für nassgelegte, wasserstrahlverfestigte Materialien. Mehrere Anlagen für feuchte Toilettentücher sind bereits weltweit im Einsatz. Auf der INDEX stellen wir die neuesten „nextLevel/WLS“-Reinigungstücher vor. Diese konvertierten Vliesstoffe für die Baby- und Körperpflege sind eine Gemeinschaftsentwicklung von Voith und Trützschler.

Der zweite Schwerpunkt liegt auf zweilagigen Carded/Pulp-Composites (CP) aus einem nassgelegten Zellstoff- sowie einem Krempelvlies. Die erste CP-Kundenanlage – inklusive der TWF-NCT Krempel zwischen HydroFormer und AquaJet – läuft seit letztem Jahr auf Hochtouren. Verschiedene CP-Vliesstoffe, darunter die innovativen „nextLevel/CP“-Reinigungstücher, laden Besucher ein, über Eigenschaften, Vorteile, Linienkonzepte und Ausstattung zu diskutieren.

Beim Stichwort nachhaltige Vliesstoffe dürfen Lösungen zur effizienten Herstellung biologisch abbaubarer Produkte aus Rohbaumwollfasern, Kämmlingen und Viskose-/Lyocellfasern nicht fehlen. Auf dem Stand können diese Vliesstoffe direkt mit einer breiten Palette zellstoffbasierter Materialien verglichen werden.

Trützschler Card Clothing, unser hauseigenes Kompetenzzentrum für Garnituren und umfassenden Krempelservice, präsentiert den Z-Draht für Hochgeschwindigkeits-krempeln. Eine neue Geometrie minimiert den Faserflug und ermöglicht ein besseres Kardieren sowie eine stabilere und homogenere Vliesbildung.

Quelle:

Trützschler Nonwovens & Man Made Fibers GmbH

16.09.2021

Trützschler Nonwovens und Voith unterstützen Tufropes bei Pentamer-Technologie

Trützschler Nonwovens und Voith unterstützen das indische Unternehmen Tufropes, seine Pentamer-Technologie zu realisieren. Die neue Vliesstoffanlage wird in der Lage sein, fünf verschiedene umweltfreundliche, wasserstrahlverfestigte Produkttypen herzustellen.

Die von Tufropes zum Patent angemeldete Pentamer-Technologie basiert auf Trützschler/Voith-Kernkomponenten zum Nasslegen und Kardieren der Fasermaterials sowie zur nachfolgenden Wasserstrahlverfestigung des Vlieses. Zusätzliche Eigenentwicklungen werden die Herstellung sehr unterschiedlicher, wasserstrahl-verfestigter Vliesstoffe ermöglichen – insbesondere umfasst das Produktspektrum biologisch abbaubare, umweltfreundliche Hochleistungsvliesstoffe. Das erste industrielle Vliesprojekt auf Basis der Pentamer-Technologie von Tufropes wird nächstes Jahr in Gujarat in Betrieb genommen.

Trützschler Nonwovens und Voith unterstützen das indische Unternehmen Tufropes, seine Pentamer-Technologie zu realisieren. Die neue Vliesstoffanlage wird in der Lage sein, fünf verschiedene umweltfreundliche, wasserstrahlverfestigte Produkttypen herzustellen.

Die von Tufropes zum Patent angemeldete Pentamer-Technologie basiert auf Trützschler/Voith-Kernkomponenten zum Nasslegen und Kardieren der Fasermaterials sowie zur nachfolgenden Wasserstrahlverfestigung des Vlieses. Zusätzliche Eigenentwicklungen werden die Herstellung sehr unterschiedlicher, wasserstrahl-verfestigter Vliesstoffe ermöglichen – insbesondere umfasst das Produktspektrum biologisch abbaubare, umweltfreundliche Hochleistungsvliesstoffe. Das erste industrielle Vliesprojekt auf Basis der Pentamer-Technologie von Tufropes wird nächstes Jahr in Gujarat in Betrieb genommen.

Quelle:

Truetzschler Nonwovens & Man Made Fibers GmbH