COMPACTapron sets a new benchmark for yarn tenacity with an additional 0.5 to 1 cN/tex compared to other compacting systems. By reducing conversion cost by 10%, COMPACTapron is the right system for competitive spinning mills. This compacting device reduces the energy consumption for compacting by up to 60% and is suitable for most machine types and common materials.
- Higher tenacity with additional 0.5 to 1 cN/tex
- Up to 10% lower conversion cost
- Fibers entirely compacted thanks to smart 3D technology
Low conversion cost, high energy savings
The design of COMPACTapron features only one big cot, resulting in 50% less maintenance time and almost no lapping. As COMPACTapron needs very few consumable parts, it has a very low spare parts cost per spindle per year. The optimized suction slot allows reduced air flow and power demand and thus contributes to 60% energy saving for compacting.
High yarn tenacity
Thanks to 3D technology, COMPACTapron transports the fibers in the condensing zone over the suction slot in a distinctive distance to the mesh apron so that all fibers are entirely compacted. The distance between the nip lines of COMPACTapron is shorter than the shortest fiber so that fibers are smartly guided through the compacting zone, thus achieving better yarn strengths compared to competitors. The overall result is an additional 0.5 to 1 cN/tex, a yarn tenacity which is unmatched in the market.
The improved raw material yield gives spinners more options to optimize cost so they can choose between twist reduction to enhance productivity, adjusting the raw material mix, or obtaining a higher selling price in downstream processes.
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