HANK TO CONE WINDER
Fadis has developed the only electronic yarn guided hank to cone winding machine with precision crossing available today on the world market. The long experience matured in the production of hank to cone winding machines makes Fadis the world’s most recognized company in this field. It took its first steps back in 1960 creating these machines and adopting its company name “FAbbrica DIpanatrici Solbiate” (Hank to cone manufacturing company in Solbiate). Fadis has played and still plays the leading role in the constant research for innovation and in the prompt response to market requirements. The hank to cone winding machines with electronic yarn guide with precision crossing angle of the SINCRO PLUS D - FT series represent the maximum technological expression in this field.
- The SINCRO PLUS hank to cone winding machines with electronic yarn guide with precision crossing angle and positively driven bobbin are equipped with a sturdy hank holding swift which can support hanks up to 2,5 kg and with an unwinding speed of up to 800 m/min. The swift opens automatically and its circumference may be adjusted according to the type of hank, from 40” (1.020 mm) to 90” (2.300 mm). A special electromagnetic brake placed inside the swift allows stopping the swift itself in case of yarn breakage and at the end of the hank unwinding. Furthermore, an electronically controlled deceleration ramp allows stopping the spindle without causing yarn breakage.
- The crossing angle with positively driven bobbin technology, allows to obtain bobbins with a perfect and controlled yarn laying, without any patterning, both a guarantee for an excellent bobbin unwinding at a constant tension, thus allowing for a considerable quality and performance improvement during subsequent production phases. Thanks to the positively driven bobbin technology it is possible to produce perfect packages without the bobbin having to exercise a high pressure on the support roller, thus having the double advantage of producing bobbins with any desired softness and density, but most of all to be able to perfectly process all types of “extra fine” yarns since there is no yarn abrasion problem (pilling/hairiness) on the support roller.