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Savio Announces Polar/E Premium Winder Duo Lot System Version To Be Released Later This Year

Italy-based Savio Macchine Tessili S.p.A. introduced its Polar/E Premium winder at two open houses last year — one in China at Savio’s Jining plant, and a second in Turkey at Savio’s customer Kipas Holding A.S. Savio reports open house visitors were impressed with the winder and its unique performance features. Based on initial successes, the company has announced later in 2014 it will release a Duo lot system version of the Polar/E Premium, which will allow two yarns with different specifications to be produced on the same machine.
The Polar/E Premium introduced Savio’s automatic continuous feeding technique to a high-capacity bobbin sorting system. With the freestanding winder, manufacturers that have older ring frames in less-than-perfect condition or ring frames with no automatic doffing device can achieve similar efficiencies in bobbin production as those that use linked equipment, according to the company. The Polar/E Premium presents total freedom for machine layout and a fully automated feeding process, and was developed to process bobbins of any shape and quality with maximum efficiency.
Features of the Polar/E Premium include: a twin sorting system that loads up to 72 spindles two-at-a-time; up to 3,000 bobbins-per-hour feeding capacity with a high-speed optical scanner to assess the profile of the bobbin; end-finder stations to handle bobbins with yarn reserve at the bottom of the tube; backup station that manages all the bobbins rejected by spindles and end-finder stations and automatically prepares rejected bobbins for reuse; and a bobbin tube stripper to return to the spinning room clean ring frame tubes ready to be used again.
February 25, 2014