Orthopac RVMC-15’s scanning system is sensitive and versatile.
Orthopac RVMC-15’s scanning system is sensitive and versatile.
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At ITMA ASIA + CITME, Mahlo GmbH + Co. KG together with Shanghai Kuantex will present the latest systems and solutions for efficient and high-quality textile production and finishing.

In the textile industry, Mahlo is a renowned solution provider for high-quality automatic straightening and process control systems. The latest generation of the Orthopac RVMC-15 weft straightening system and the Qualiscan QMS-12 quality measuring system will be showcased at the booth.

The straightener's opto-electronic scanning for distortion detection with oscillating lens and newly revised DSP (digital signal processor) is one of the most sensitive and versatile systems in the market.

Arranged on a carrier bridge, several of these sensors, evenly distributed across the width, detect the position of the weft yarn simultaneously at different points. The scanning system detects and analyzes the angular position of weft yarns, stitches or tufting rows.

An intelligent control algorithm with self-optimization function, together with the hydraulic or electric roller positioning adapted to it, ensures that all fabric distortions are removed reliably in the process. Even the most complicated fabric structures pose no problem.

Scanning systems for special fabric structures are available as an alternative to standard scanning. Even scanning and warp correction of patterned fabrics (lace, jacquard, print, terry cloth) is possible without any problems.

Also contributing to high-quality textile production and finishing is the Famacont PMC for controlling weft and stitch course density, which will also be on stage at the trade show.

The Famacont PMC-15 uses a sensor to measure the yarn or stitch density and compares it with the target value stored in the recipe data management system. The detected deviation of the yarn density from the target value is used to fully automatically regulate the leading during the needling process on the stenter frame.

Interested visitors can have the mode of operation explained to them at the booth with the help of a demo tower and their own or provided fabric samples.

Visitors can also immerse themselves in Mahlo's digital world and get to know the new mPilot control room software and the mLog data analysis tool. These allow measurement data to be stored, logged and evaluated. Both systems are part of the mSmart concept that defines Mahlo's digital environment.

Booth: H6 A08