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Rieter Introduces RSB-D 40 And SB-D 40 Draw Frames

Switzerland-based Rieter Textile Systems’ Spun Yarn Systems business reports its new-generation RSB-D 40 autoleveler draw frame and SB-D 40 draw frame without leveling offer production rates of up to 1,100 meters per minute, and 10-percent higher delivery speeds than earlier models for all materials.

Other reported benefits include improved yarn quality thanks to enhanced leveling dynamics, new suction drafting system and improved scanning accuracy; 10-percent lower energy consumption compared with earlier models; and an AUTOhelp integrated spectrogram fault diagnosis system to facilitate troubleshooting. The new draw frames also feature a CLEANcoil sliver coiler that allows coiling of man-made fiber slivers without cleaning at unprecedented running times, and a special nonmechanical solution for cutting sliver.

The RSB-D 40 also features AUTOset self-adjusting leveling, and the SB-D 40 offers additional suction in the feeding section. Simple menu guidance, buttons for direct access and on-line help are included in the graphic display; and an electronic instruction manual that includes videos facilitates operation and maintenance of the new draw frames, according to Rieter.

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