Tufting | Eltex of Sweden
Eltex products greatly help manufacturers become more efficient in their production. Our electronic yarn break sensors monitor all yarns and make sure that the machine stops immediately when a yarn break occurs. This creates less waste material, less maintenance on the machine and more up-time. We are certified according to the ISO 9001:2015 standard.
Our products are thoroughly tested so as not to be harmful to human health. For example, we use recyclable metals such as aluminum and zinc for the housings of our sensors as well as lead-free soldering on all circuit boards according to the RoHS directive. Further, there are no radio transmitters or antennas in our sensors that can negatively affect the user via radio frequencies.
In the manufacturing process of carpets, it is common for defects to occur followed by long faults in the tufted fabrics that must then be cut off and thrown away. This creates unnecessary strain on the environment and can cost a lot of money.
This is where Eltex’s products come in. By mounting our sensors on a tufting machine, between the feed rollers and close to the needles, you get a constant monitoring of all yarns and in the event of a yarn break or end-out, the machine is stopped almost immediately. In addition to the fact that this creates much less waste material, because almost nothing needs to be cut away, it also creates a better working environment for the operator who does not have to check the yarns all the time.
The operator can also more easily troubleshoot to see where problems with yarns most often occur and fix bottlenecks that slow down production. This means that the machine does not need to be started and stopped as often during a work shift, which results in less wear and tear on the machine and lower power consumption.
Eltex of Sweden | Hall 20 | Stand A51
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