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  • DP5-T

    DIGICONE® fastflex™ air texturing machine

    • Tubes

      or cops are the most flexible base for a wide range of package shapes (e.g.: cylindrical - no taper / biconical - double taper / single taper / bottle shape), depending on the winding unit (type of winding)

    • FilamentYarnFilament Yarn

      Synthetic yarn composed of one or more filaments that run the whole length of the yarn. Yarns of one filament are referred to as mono-filament; yarns of several filaments as multi-filament.

    • POYPartially oriented yarn

      Also known as Polyester POY, it is the primary form of Polyester yarn. POY is the first form of yarn made by spinning Polyester PET Chips. Mainly used for texturizing.

    • FDY / FOYFully Drawn Yarns

      Obtained by further spinning, stretching of synthetic filament. The fiber has been fully stretched. FDY can be used directly in the textile process.

    • PET / PESPolyester

      Synthetic fiber made from a thermoplastic polymer that contain the ester functional group in their main chain. Most commonly refers to a type called polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or polyethylene succinate (PES) with a melting point from 103 – 106°C

    • PPPolypropylene (PP)

      Polypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer used in a wide variety of applications including packaging and labeling, textiles (e.g., ropes, thermal underwear and carpets), stationery, plastic parts and reusable containers of various types, laboratory equipment, loudspeakers, automotive components, and polymer banknotes. An addition polymer made from the monomer propylene, it is rugged and unusually resistant to many chemical solvents, bases and acids.

    • PAPolyamid

      Also known as Nylon. PA consists of chemical fibres and are obtained from synthetic polymers. Polyamid is very resistant and tear proof as well as elastic, stretchable and takes just a little moisture up. In addition it is extensively crease-resistant and drip-dry.

    • SESilk

      Natural protein fiber composed mainly of fibroin. Silk is produced by several insects, but generally only the silk of moth caterpillars has been used for textile manufacturing.

    • GFGlass fibre

      Also called spun glass, is a material consisting of extremely fine filaments of glass that are combined in yarn and woven into fabrics. Used in making various products, such as yarns, fabrics, insulators, and structural objects or parts.

    • ELElastan

      Elastane or Spandex is a polyurethane-polyurea copolymer. This synthetic fibre can be stretched from four to seven times their length, reverting to their original length when the tension is relaxed. Used for all areas where a high degree of permanent elasticity is required: hosiery, underwear, sportswear, and in woven and knitted fabrics.

    • CVViscose

      Viscose, formerly known as viscose rayon, is made by treating cellulose with caustic alkali solution and carbon disulphide. It is a soft fibre commonly used in dresses, linings, shirts, shorts, coats, jackets, and other outerwear.

    The DP5-T DIGICONE® fastflex™ air texturing machine is designed for the flexible production of high quality air jet textured yarns. All types of continuous filament yarns (PES, PA, PP, Glass, etc.) as well as their forms (FDY/FOY, POY) can be processed to a large range of yarns for a wide variety of applications such as:

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    Technical data DP5-TF/TC

    Types of winding

    DIGICONE® or precision

    Mechanical speed

    up to 1500 m/min (process speed depending on process parameters)

    Package shape

    freely programmable on cylindrical tube

    Traverse length

    100…270 mm electronically adjustable

    Take-up package diameter

    up to 300 mm

    Package weight

    up to 8 kg

    Supply packages (on rotary creel)

    – up to 4 ends with reserve, package diameter up to 400 mm, tube length up to 320 mm
    – up to 6 ends with reserve, package diameter up to 440 mm, tube length up to 320 mm

    Fibre material / Fibre structure

    PES, PA, PP, PBT, PTT, Glass (other yarns on request) / POY, FDY/FOY

    DP5-TF count range (yarn path type 3)

    PES and PP up to 1500 dtex, PA up to 650 dtex (coarser counts possible depending on feed material and process parameters)

    DP5-TC count range (yarn path type 1, 3)

    PES and PP up to 4000 dtex, PA up to 1400 dtex (coarser counts possible depending on feed material and process parameters)

    DP5-TC count range (yarn path type 6)

    PES and PP up to 2000 dtex, PA up to 700 dtex

    Layout / N° of spindles min./max.   

    single sided / min. 5/ max. 40

    Gauge

    440 mm

    Positions and Feeders

    individually driven and controlled

    Electrical power (basic power supply)

    400 V, 50 cycles, 3 phases, loadable neutral power line, ground

    Installed power DP5-TF

    Feeding motors 6 x 230 W, 1 x 260 W / heated godets 1.1 kW each / vapour exhaust system < 20 spindles 2.2 kW and 4.4 kW > 20 spindles / 3 m tubular heaters 0.8 kW each (1.5 m tubular heaters 0.4 kW each)

    Installed power DP5-TC

    Feeding motors 2 x 230 W, 4 x 440 W, 1 x 260 W / heated godets 1.1 kW each / vapour exhaust system <20 spindles 2.2 kW and 4.4 kW > 20 spindles / 3 m tubular heaters 0.8 kW each (1.5 m tubular heaters 0.4 kW each)

    Power consumption (expected average)

    30-50 % of installed power (depending on process parameters)

    Water consumption

    max. 4 litres per position and hour

    Recommendation for compressed air / process air requirement

    compressor with a capacity of up to 30m³ per position and hour with air dryer, oil filter and air tank (~ 3m³), process air requirement min. 12 bar

    Process air consumption

    depending on type of jet and texturing parameters, according indication of jet manufacturer

    Compressed air for machine operation

    machine operation: 6 bar / doffing: 6-9 bar

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  • DP3-CT

    DIGICONE® preciflex™ air texturing and air covering machine

    • Tubes

      or cops are the most flexible base for a wide range of package shapes (e.g.: cylindrical - no taper / biconical - double taper / single taper / bottle shape), depending on the winding unit (type of winding)

    • FilamentYarnFilament Yarn

      Synthetic yarn composed of one or more filaments that run the whole length of the yarn. Yarns of one filament are referred to as mono-filament; yarns of several filaments as multi-filament.

    • FDY / FOYFully Drawn Yarns

      Obtained by further spinning, stretching of synthetic filament. The fiber has been fully stretched. FDY can be used directly in the textile process.

    • DTYDrawn Textured Yarn

      Made from Polyester POY by simultaneously twisting & drawing. DTY yarn is mainly used in weaving and knitting.

    • SESilk

      Natural protein fiber composed mainly of fibroin. Silk is produced by several insects, but generally only the silk of moth caterpillars has been used for textile manufacturing.

    • ARAramid

      Aramid is the short term for aromatic polyamide. They are fibres, in which the chain molecules are highly oriented along the fibre axis, so the strength of the chemical bond can be exploited. The fibre is heat-resistant and of great strength. Aramid is used in materials for bulletproof vests and radial tires.

    • ELElastan

      Elastane or Spandex is a polyurethane-polyurea copolymer. This synthetic fibre can be stretched from four to seven times their length, reverting to their original length when the tension is relaxed. Used for all areas where a high degree of permanent elasticity is required: hosiery, underwear, sportswear, and in woven and knitted fabrics.

    • CVViscose

      Viscose, formerly known as viscose rayon, is made by treating cellulose with caustic alkali solution and carbon disulphide. It is a soft fibre commonly used in dresses, linings, shirts, shorts, coats, jackets, and other outerwear.

    Flexible Technology : The SSM DP3-CT is the first machine worldwide which is capable to run the 2 different processes air texturing and air covering. To swap the machine from one process to the other, only the air jet has to be exchanged.

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    Technical data DP3-CT

    Types of winding   

    DIGICONE® or precision

    Mechanical speed   

    up to 1200 m/min (process speed depending on process parameters)

    Package shape

    freely programmable

    Take-up tubes

    cylindrical tubes

    Traverse length

    25…250 mm infinitely variable

    Take-up package diameter   

    up to 280 mm

    Package weight

    up to 8 kg

    Supply package diameter

    1-ply: up to 300 mm; 2-ply or 1-ply + stand-by: up to 240 mm

    – on side creel: up to 4 ends and stand-by: up to 440 mm

    Yarns

    air texturing: FDY/FOY, Elastane / air covering: filament yarns, Elastane

    Count   

    air texturing: up to 400 dtex / air covering: up to 3300 dtex

    Layout

    single sided

    No. of spindles per section   

    5

    No. of spindles min./max.

    min. 5 / max. 40

    Gauge

    440 mm

    Drive   

    individually controlled electronic single drives

    Electrical power
    (basic power supply)

    400 V, 50 cycles, 3 phases, loadable neutral, ground

    Installed power

    500 W per spindle

    Power consumption

    approx. 180-250 W per spindle

    Water consumption

    max. 4 litres per spindle and hour (only for texturing)

    Compressed air / Process air requirement
    – for machine operating
    – for air covering
    – for air texturing

    Air installations is the responsibility of the machine user


    – 6 bar
    – up to 6 bar for the jet
    – recommended compressor with a capacity of up to 20 m³ per spindle and hour with air dryer, oil filter and air tank (3 m³), pressure at machine: up to 12 bar for the jet

    Process air consumption

    depending on type of jet and process parameters, according indication of jet manufacturer

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  • TG2-AT

    Automatic air texturing machine

    • Tubes

      or cops are the most flexible base for a wide range of package shapes (e.g.: cylindrical - no taper / biconical - double taper / single taper / bottle shape), depending on the winding unit (type of winding)

    • FilamentYarnFilament Yarn

      Synthetic yarn composed of one or more filaments that run the whole length of the yarn. Yarns of one filament are referred to as mono-filament; yarns of several filaments as multi-filament.

    • PAPolyamid

      Also known as Nylon. PA consists of chemical fibres and are obtained from synthetic polymers. Polyamid is very resistant and tear proof as well as elastic, stretchable and takes just a little moisture up. In addition it is extensively crease-resistant and drip-dry.

    • PPPolypropylene (PP)

      Polypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer used in a wide variety of applications including packaging and labeling, textiles (e.g., ropes, thermal underwear and carpets), stationery, plastic parts and reusable containers of various types, laboratory equipment, loudspeakers, automotive components, and polymer banknotes. An addition polymer made from the monomer propylene, it is rugged and unusually resistant to many chemical solvents, bases and acids.

    • PET / PESPolyester

      Synthetic fiber made from a thermoplastic polymer that contain the ester functional group in their main chain. Most commonly refers to a type called polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or polyethylene succinate (PES) with a melting point from 103 – 106°C

    • FDY / FOYFully Drawn Yarns

      Obtained by further spinning, stretching of synthetic filament. The fiber has been fully stretched. FDY can be used directly in the textile process.

    • POYPartially oriented yarn

      Also known as Polyester POY, it is the primary form of Polyester yarn. POY is the first form of yarn made by spinning Polyester PET Chips. Mainly used for texturizing.

    • ELElastan

      Elastane or Spandex is a polyurethane-polyurea copolymer. This synthetic fibre can be stretched from four to seven times their length, reverting to their original length when the tension is relaxed. Used for all areas where a high degree of permanent elasticity is required: hosiery, underwear, sportswear, and in woven and knitted fabrics.

    The SSM GIUDICI TG2-AT air texturing machine is the next step of the well introduced TG1. It comes with an individual, frontal doffing system to allow double sided concept of the machine (one full package ano one empty tube in the cradle whilst a package is being processed). The design is made for the cost efficient production of high quality air texturized yrns made of POY or FDY Polyester, Polyamide and Polypropylene and ranging from fine to medium final counts.

    The key features are:

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    Technical data TG2-AT

    Type of winding

    random

    Mechanical speed

    up to 800 m/min (1200 m/min at overfeed shafts)
    (process speed depending on process parameters, texturing jet and supply yarn quality)

    Package shape

    Cylindrical or bi-conical

    Initial traverse length

    195 or 245 mm

    Take-up tube dimensions

    Length 229 or 289 mm, ID 69 mm, rolled nose ID 57 mm

    Take-up package diameter

    up to 240 mm

    Package weight

    up to 5 kg

    Supply package

    2 ends and stand-by per position:
    – up to ∅ 450 mm, up to 250 mm tube length

    Fibre material / Fibre structure

    PA, PP, PES, POY & FDY

    Count range

    37...600 den

    Take-up levels

    3

    Layout / N° of positions min./max.

    Double sided / min. 24 / max. 288

    Drive

    Split machine with individually controlled line shafts per side

    Electrical power (basic power supply)

    400 V, 50 cycles, 3 phases, loadable neutral, ground (adaptable to other power supplies)

    Installed power

    – FDY version: 305 W per position

    – POY version: 604 W per position

    – Heat setting godet: 750 W per position

    Compressed air requirement

    Compressor with air dryer, oil filter and air tank pressure at 7 bar for machine operation and at minimum 10 bar for process air

    Process air consumption

    Depending on type of jet and air pressure, according to indication of jet manufacturer

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  • TG1-AT

    Manual air texturing machine

    • Spools

      or flanged bobbins are used for parallel winded yarn packages

    • FilamentYarnFilament Yarn

      Synthetic yarn composed of one or more filaments that run the whole length of the yarn. Yarns of one filament are referred to as mono-filament; yarns of several filaments as multi-filament.

    • PAPolyamid

      Also known as Nylon. PA consists of chemical fibres and are obtained from synthetic polymers. Polyamid is very resistant and tear proof as well as elastic, stretchable and takes just a little moisture up. In addition it is extensively crease-resistant and drip-dry.

    • PPPolypropylene (PP)

      Polypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer used in a wide variety of applications including packaging and labeling, textiles (e.g., ropes, thermal underwear and carpets), stationery, plastic parts and reusable containers of various types, laboratory equipment, loudspeakers, automotive components, and polymer banknotes. An addition polymer made from the monomer propylene, it is rugged and unusually resistant to many chemical solvents, bases and acids.

    • PET / PESPolyester

      Synthetic fiber made from a thermoplastic polymer that contain the ester functional group in their main chain. Most commonly refers to a type called polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or polyethylene succinate (PES) with a melting point from 103 – 106°C

    • FDY / FOYFully Drawn Yarns

      Obtained by further spinning, stretching of synthetic filament. The fiber has been fully stretched. FDY can be used directly in the textile process.

    • POYPartially oriented yarn

      Also known as Polyester POY, it is the primary form of Polyester yarn. POY is the first form of yarn made by spinning Polyester PET Chips. Mainly used for texturizing.

    • ELElastan

      Elastane or Spandex is a polyurethane-polyurea copolymer. This synthetic fibre can be stretched from four to seven times their length, reverting to their original length when the tension is relaxed. Used for all areas where a high degree of permanent elasticity is required: hosiery, underwear, sportswear, and in woven and knitted fabrics.

    The manual SSM GIUDICI TG1-AT air texturing machine is designed for the cost efficient production of high quality air texturized yarns made of POY or FDY Polyester, Polyamide and Polypropylene and ranging from fine to medium final counts. The key features are:

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    Technical data TG1-AT

    Type of winding

    random

    Mechanical speed

    up to 800 m/min (1200 m/min at overfeed shafts)
    (process speed depending on process parameters, texturing jet and supply yarn quality)

    Package shape

    Cylindrical or bi-conical

    Initial traverse length

    195 or 245 mm

    Take-up tube dimensions

    Length 229 or 289 mm, ID 69 mm, rolled nose ID 57 mm

    Take-up package diameter

    up to 250 mm

    Package weight

    up to 5 kg

    Supply package

    2 ends and stand-by per position:
    – up to ∅ 450 mm, up to 250 mm tube length

    Fibre material / Fibre structure

    PA, PP, PES, POY & FDY

    Count range

    50...600 den

    Take-up levels

    3

    Layout / N° of positions min./max.

    Double sided / min. 24 / max. 288

    Drive

    Split machine with individually controlled line shafts per side

    Electrical power (basic power supply)

    400 V, 50 cycles, 3 phases, loadable neutral, ground (adaptable to other power supplies)

    Installed power

    – FDY version: 305 W per position
    – POY version: 604 W per position
    – Heat setting godet: 750 W per position

    Compressed air requirement

    Compressor with air dryer, oil filter and air tank pressure at 7 bar for machine operation and at minimum 10 bar for process air

    Process air consumption

    Depending on type of jet and air pressure, according to indication of jet manufacturer

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