China: Jack’s new sewing machine to slash power consumption by 71%
Jack Sewing Machine Co. Ltd. (China), one of the reputed sewing machinery manufacturers in the world, has launched a new automatic power-saving overlock sewing machine ‘JK-799S’.
The latest addition to Jack’s product portfolio, JK-799S will increase the work efficiency and reduce the cost of overall overlock operations. It boasts of an in-built thread trimmer, which reduces thread wastage, controls the thread length and eliminates the need of manual thread trimming. Additionally, the machine is equipped with an anti-abrasion fabric cutting sensor which reduces fabric wastage while performing the overlock operation.
Jack further claims that the latest sewing machine cuts power consumption by 71 per cent when compared with its basic counterpart. An in-built servo motor that drives machine at an optimum level by using minimum electricity, enabling 446 kWh of power saved in a year and thereby making the machine an energy-efficient product. For better heat dissipation, JK-799S has a new hand wheel design that incorporates large airflow inlet and outlet. This feature doesn’t allow the servo motor to heat up from continuous run. Furthermore, the machine also has 3-level LED lights that offer ‘omnibearing brightness’. These LED lights provide better lux level to the areas which are difficult to reach for the naked eyes. Hence, the new sewing machine is efficient in lowering visual fatigue and ensuring that the threading operation is a more convenient process for the machine operator.
The machine ‘JK-799S’ has 3-level LED lights that offer ‘omni-bearing brightness’