In hall H 2 booth E 110 at ITMA 2015, French manufacturer of textile machinery N. Schlumberger is displaying its latest innovations in textile production.
N. Schlumberger has developed a new GC40 chain gill with a more universal head combined with a fully multi motor drive and which will be exhibited at the booth.
“It is user friendly, highly automated, saves money on energy and has low operational and maintenance costs and is therefore more cost effective,” a press release from the company stated.
Also on show in the GN series, will be the GN8, a new intersecting based on the latest design of chain gill drive combined with universal drafting head.
According to N. Schlumberger, it is designed to process wool and any kind of wool like fibres and is particularly adaptable to process delicate, fine and short fibres such as cashmere, silk or fibres with low cohesion.
The French company is also unveiling the latest enhancement to its very popular series of ERA combing machines.
“It includes much more user friendly designs, with automatic adjustments from the touch screen, with a working width increase and higher load and which helps increase production by 25 per cent,” it said.
N. Schlumberger is also showcasing the semi worsted card, one of its top selling machines and which can be used for all types of long staple chemical fibres.
It comes in a working width range beginning from 2.5 metre to 3.5 metre and is equipped with a hopper feeder, TRD drafting head, integrated suction and screen control.
N. Schlumberger offers its customers an excellent after sales service with professional team of experts and also offers training courses for machine operators.
The company also offers programs in audits for existing machines, kits for machine renewal and ongoing maintenance programs.
“N. Schlumberger is well positioned to deliver customers, fully integrated systems and deliver complete production lines from fibre opening and blending to finished bobbins,” it informed.
It further added that the company works with other leading machinery manufacturers to supply specific equipment that is not in its product range but is complementary to it.
“Our customers who have upgraded to the latest models experience a faster turn-around, better quality outcome and more trouble free production,” the company observed. (AR)