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Automatic tape yarn winder WinTape heads for success

Chemnitz, Milan 12-19 November 2015 – Since being launched two years ago, the automatic tape yarn winder WinTape with its nearly 2,000 installed positions has become firmly established in the market. The automatic precision winder for tape yarns is particularly convincing in terms of its process window, efficiency and investment costs.

Automatic tape yarn winder WinTape heads for success
WinTape and WinTape mini open up new possibilities

Thanks to the fully automatic doffing, WinTape needs fewer operators. This is also due to the two parking positions for full packages as well as a magazine for four empty tubes. As a result, WinTape can run for up to 24 hours without an operator, for example in the case of tape production for carpet backing. With a winding speed of up to 800 m/min and a denier range of 270 to 3,000 dtex WinTape covers a wide process window.

WinTape mini for circularly woven yarns
The advantages of WinTape are now also available for the production of sacks and big bags. With WinTape mini an automatic tape yarn winder is entering the market that was specifically designed for the production of tape yarns intended for circular weaving processes. With a winding speed of 800 m/min and a denier range of 400 to 2,500 dtex this mini is huge. Combine the WinTape mini with the EvoTape 800 extrusion line for best results.

The perfect pair: EvoTape and WinTape
In combination with the EvoTape extrusion line, WinTape unfolds its full potential. Up to 25% less energy consumption, about 20% less operators needed, no waste during bobbin transfer in tape production without preparation through immediate recycling – these are just some of the advantages this perfectly compatible pair provides.

EvoTape is available in the following configurations: carpet backing, geotextiles and baler twines. Possible end uses are warp and weft yarns for carpet backing, yarns for artificial turf, geo and agrotextiles, ropes, baler twines, sewing thread, tarpaulins, cable fillers and even jute substitutes such as woven carpets or coffee sacks.

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