Our winding machines operate in a conditioned environment and they provide a 360-degree service ranging from traditional knotting to aquasplicing or thermosplicing, 4°20’ cones or cylindrical interlocking cones, traditional or precision cones. In all processes our focus is always placed on flexibility and high level of service. We can label each individual cone with a bar code to allow capillary traceability. In addition, over half of the heads installed are equipped with a state-of-the-art efficiency control system to prevent waste of energy resources and protect our environment - goals we are not willing to compromise.
Doubling operations are performed in-house using the latest generation of machinery. Our plants produce meter-sized precision-wound cones so to generate low waste and optimize weight during twisting operations. Maximum flexibility is coupled with high production capacity. We use doubling systems to produce meter-sized precision-wound cones with traditional knotting or aquasplicing, and double twisting machines for carton or soft 4°20' cones for dyeing with 170 mm and 230 mm width.
Twisting is the natural step after doubling. Only perfect doubling can lead to twisted cones with excellent quality. Starting from meter-sized double cones we can obtain a very low cone weight delta. In case of breakage we opt for a splicer joint or mechanic knotting according to our experience and subject to customer needs. We can produce on 4°20' cones in cardboard or perforated plastic for dyeing with 170 mm or 230 mm width from 2 to 18 threads.
Steaming is a simple although sensitive process that stabilizes twisting on yarns used mainly in the technical industry. Run in vacuum, this process works with temperature, the amount of work cycles with cooling intervals and cycle duration.
Singeing is a process that literally "burns" the outer fibers of the yarn thus making it brighter, cleaned and more resistant.