FXA filament extrusion lines
EUROPE (Western and Northern)
In summary , Three small filament extrusion lines FXA 1,2, and 3
One larger filament extrusion line FXA 4
and One partially built system FXA 5
together with ancilliary equipment
FXA1 comprising one 35 mm extruder with electrically heated 3 zone barrel; one spinning beam holding two spinneret blocks, each block being fed via a barmag polymer metering pump,this being powered by an independent AC motor ( inverter driven).
A quench cabinet supplying ambient air to the extrudate at a controllable rate;
A finish applicator system using a Slack and Parr metering pump, each pump being capable of supplying eight finish streams; A haul-off and stretch roller system comprising one cold haul-off roller, six heated godet rollers and two cold relaxing rollers, all rollers with independently variable speed control ( inverter driven). Two barmag LFW 25 winders each capable of winding two yarns or eight yarns, depending on the cam used. (both cams are supplied)
One control cabinet controlling all aspects of the drives for the screw, the polymer pumps, the spin finish pumps, the rollers, the air speed of the quench and all temperature controls.
FXA 2 exactly the same as for FXA 1
FXA 3 exactly as for FXA 1, instead of having Barmag LWF winders has Sahm 2003 winders each capable of winding two yarns.
FXA 4 comprising one 45 mm Barmag extruder with a four zone heated barrel, a spinning beam having a stirred hot oil heating system, the beam holding eight spinneret blocks. A quench system capable of moderate chilling of the ambient air before delivery, two planetary Slack and Power polymer metering pumps each with four outlets each delivering to one spinneret, a spin finish delivery system comprising two Slack and Power metering pumps each having eight delivery ports. The yarns are collected on four Sahm 2003 winders. One electrical control cabinet to control all features of the line.
FXA 5 comprises the following elements of a partially built system
45 mm Plasticiser’s Extruder, one eight block spinning beam with stirred hot oil, eight spinneret blocks, two Slack and Parr spin finish metering pumps each having eight outlet ports and one eight position Wittras winder.
Eight Colortronic Colourblend units
One Colortronic two station volumetric dosing unit
Spare spinnerets for all the above lines ( one full set each) together with breaker and backing plates.
A laboratory oven to preheat the dies
An oven for burning out the used dies
Moveable steps for die changing, together with die changing tools
Two broomwade compressors- 30 kw and 37 kw, with one air dryer.
Racking etc to hold finished yarn stock etc
Laboratory equipment including wrap reel, photometer, 3000 gm balance, 30 kilogram scales, colour mixing drums..
Wooden work bench and a steel workbench including vice
Winding speed 2000 m/minute.
Machine now dismantled and possible to inspect
Additional information from the seller following to customer's questions:
We have produced from 50 to 400/500 dtex.
The finest we did was yarn fort he hygienic hair nets but I cannot recall the decitex. I remember thet the production on that fine yarn was 8 kgs per hour per extruder.
So if you have the rigth dies you might do 35/12F.
We have used this equipment ourselves together with a partner but we got a conflict with him and therefor we took all equipment 8 years ago into our warehouse.
We had invested a total of Euro 850.000 in this factory.