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Trützschler BO-A, BR-MT Blowroom Line

Ref : 1141372-1-AS
Condition : Used
Manufacturer : Trützschler
Model : BO-A, BR-MT
Short Description : Blowroom Line
Year(s) : 2009
Quantity : 1
Location : Seller or machines location:
AMERICA (Central and South)
Last check : 24 Jun. 2014

Line for high quality ( 300 ton month) some machine like BO- A blendomat
Can work for 3 lines like that, but all lines nead one! 10 ton month until 1000 ton month

Trutzschler --- BO-A 2300 --- 2009
Trutzschler --- BR-MT --- 2009
Trutzschler --- BR-COI useful width1000mm --- 2009
Trutzschler --- BR - FD 425 --- 2009
Trutzschler --- MX- U 10 --- 2009
Trutzschler --- BR-2W --- 2009
Trutzschler --- BR - COI --- 2009
Trutzschler --- CL - P --- 2009
Trutzschler --- BR - COI useful width 1000mm --- 2009
Trutzschler --- FD - T useful width1600mm --- 2009
Trutzschler --- CL - C3 --- 2009
Trutzschler --- BR-F425 --- 2009
Trutzschler --- SP - DX ( DUSTEX ) --- 2009
Trutzschler --- BR-FD425 --- 2009
Trutzschler --- CF -80 / 1850 Pa --- 2009
Trutzschler --- WINTER SET FREQUENCY FU/80 --- 2009
Trutzschler --- CLICONE COMPAQUITADOR WITH THE PO CF-DC --- 2009
Trutzschler --- TABLE COMMAND LINECOMANDER LC-1 --- 2009

CF -80 / 1850 Pa Trutzschler 2009
Contamination removal by Foreign Part Separation Compact Filter CF

BO-A 2300 Trutzschler 2009
BLENDOMAT BO-A
Maximum flexibility in terms of bale lay-down and work-off:
• Opening of optimum quality chain
• Production capacity up to 2,000 kg/h
• Work-off of 1 to 3 bale groups
• Lay-down (up to 200 bales) for long, unattended operation
• Working width max. 2,300 mm, and machine length of 50 m and more
• Two opening rolls ensure uniform production and tuft size
• Separate lay-down for parallel lots
• Simple and safe operation

SP - DX ( DUSTEX ) Trutzschler 2009
Dust Separator DUSTEX SP-DX
• Increased efficiency of downstream processes
• Longer lives of clothings and spinning components
• Maximum dust removal at end of cleaning line
• Increased economic efficiency of ove rall installation

LINECOMANDER LC-1 Trutzschler 2009
Simple operation for optimal data flow
A concept with a future
The innovative Electronic Installation Control LC-I has been specifically developed for the use in spinning mills.
Advantages at a glance
• Maximum level of functional reliability
• Electronics insensitive to dusty air, humidity and high temperatures
• Coordination of individual machine functions for fully automatic material transport of the entire installation
• Graphic display of machine/installation malfunctions
• Displays with high level of information content
• All safety-relevant functions such as emergency stop and door safeties are hardware wired
• Intelligent network technology
• Application of international standards
• Open system
• Same spare parts as for machine controls

Monitoring and display of machine conditions
All Trützschler controls ensure constant data exchange between the machines and the installations.
Thus, use of the Installation Control LC-I allows, for instance, central control
and monitoring of the entire installation in terms of production and material flow.
Each machine is usually also equipped with an individual control.

CL - C3Trutzschler 2009
CLEANOMAT Cleaner CL-C3
• Stand-alone cleaner for medium to severe impurity level in cottons
• In combination with Pre-Cleaner CL-P, it is suited for almost all cottons
• 3 Cleaning rolls The advantages of the CLEANOMAT system
• Maximum cleaning, extremely gentle to the fibres
• Flexible adjustment of cleaning degree
• Perfect adaptation to every cotton
• Very clean machines, even when processing sticky cotton
• Higher yarn quality and improved running behaviour in OE and ring spinning
• Reduced maintenance due to belt drives and maintenance-free motors
• Precision computer control and monitoring

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