POP­U­LAR 10 CIR­CU­LAR KNIT­TING MA­CHINE BRANDS

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In the year 2016, Euro­pean Union im­ported 2637.6 mil­lion kg of knit­ted gar­ments with a rise of im­pres­sive 6.56% on Y-o-Y ba­sis and out­paced the growth of wo­ven gar­ment im­ports which man­aged to stand at 2035 mil­lion kg quan­tity. The statis­tics show the ris­ing im­por­tance of knit­ting in the ap­parel in­dus­try. The bulk pro­duc­tion of the knit­ted gar­ments has in­creased the de­pend­abil­ity on cir­cu­lar knit­ting ma­chines as it al­ways has an ad­van­tage over flat knit­ting when it comes to knit­ting com­mod­ity prod­ucts such as T-shirts, out­er­wear and un­der­gar­ments. Ad­di­tion­ally, cir­cu­lar knit­ting ma­chines are in­creas­ingly be­com­ing pop­u­lar these days with the surg­ing de­mand for swimwear and seam­less ap­par­els. There are hun­dreds of man­u­fac­tur­ers sell­ing these cir­cu­lar knit­ting ma­chines (mainly the Chi­nese ones), but has cho­sen the 10 most pop­u­lar brands which are pre­dom­i­nant in In­dia and Bangladesh.

Ter­rot 1

Fol­low­ing the prin­ci­ple of ‘Ex­pe­ri­ence makes dif­fer­ence’ for al­most 155 years, Ter­rot is a re­puted name in pro­duc­tion of elec­tronic and me­chan­i­cally con­trolled cir­cu­lar knit­ting ma­chines. The com­pany has re­cently added computer con­trolled ma­chine UCC572TR to its bas­ket. The ma­chine is de­vel­oped to pro­duce high-qual­ity pat­terned fab­ric for out­er­wear. Us­ing the 3-way tech­nol­ogy, the ma­chine al­lows var­i­ous pat­tern styles on both sides of the fab­ric. The high-grade knit­ting struc­tures like dou­ble face, jacquard, and re­lief rep­re­sent the real strength of UCC572TR. The model has 72 feeds over a 30-inch di­am­e­ter and reaches a speed fac­tor of SF 540 to de­liver a sub­stan­tial pro­duc­tion per­for­mance. Pat­tern changeovers can be made in sec­onds via USB or LAN port.

In­dia Agent – Voltas Lim­ited (Tex­tile Ma­chin­ery Di­vi­sion)

Viet­nam Agent – C.Il­lies

& Co.

Bangladesh Agent – Ter­rot Bangladesh

2 Mayer & Cie

Ger­many-based Mayer & Cie has a port­fo­lio pre­sent­ing 50 types of cir­cu­lar knit­ting ma­chines. The com­pany has ev­ery pos­si­ble knit­ting so­lu­tion such as fab­rics for sportswear, for un­der­wear in body widths, for fash­ion­able out­er­wear and for mat­tress cov­ers or car head­lin­ers. To knit fab­rics used in sports and ath­leisure cat­e­gory, the com­pany is of­fer­ing IG 3.2 QC high per­for­mance in­ter­lock knit­ting ma­chine. The IG 3.2 QC achieves a max­i­mum out­put of 1.4 m/s – which with 96 feed­ers over 30 inch di­am­e­ter means bulk pro­duc­tion in the true sense. De­layed and syn­chro­nous tim­ing can also be reg­u­lated us­ing ex­change cams to pro­duce a wide spec­trum from loose to ex­tremely tightknit fab­rics.

In­dia Agent – Batli­boi Tex­tile Ma­chin­ery Group Knits Di­vi­sion

Viet­nam Agent – Mul­ti­com Co. Ltd.

Bangladesh Agent – Brady Ser­vices Com­pany Ltd.

3 San­toni

Be­ing a Shang­hai (China) based pi­o­neer in cir­cu­lar seam­less knit­ting tech­nol­ogy, San­toni is known for its large di­am­e­ter knit­ting ma­chines. San­toni’s Dou­ble Jersey Cir­cu­lar Knit­ting Ma­chine

– the Mec-Mor CMP – in­cor­po­rates vari­able panel (Vari­a­tex Tech­nol­ogy) for the pro­duc­tion of gar­ments in weft knit­ting. This 33-inch di­am­e­ter ma­chine has gauges rang­ing from E7 to E20 with 12 feeds and achieves max­i­mum out­put of 1.1 m/s. The ma­chine is de­signed with nee­dle-to-nee­dle se­lec­tion in 3 tech­ni­cal ways both for the cylin­der and for the dial. Each feed is equipped with a com­bined knit­ting/trans­fer sys­tem. There­fore, at ev­ery revo­lu­tion of the cylin­der, the pro­gram­ming sys­tem can set each sin­gle feed ei­ther as a ‘knit feed’ or as a ‘trans­fer feed’ achiev­ing a great level of pro­duc­tiv­ity.

In­dia Agent – Balaji Knit­mat­ics

Pak­istan Agent – Al Ameen Trad­ing Co.

Bangladesh Agent – SSBangla Tex­tile Tech­nolo­gies Ltd.

Cix­ing 4

China based Cix­ing of­fers vast tech­ni­cal so­lu­tions in com­put­er­ized and seam­less cir­cu­lar knit­ting ma­chin­ery. Cix­ing’s GE

90 is a com­put­er­ized seam­less knit­ting ma­chine which is equipped with two 16-seg­ment nee­dle se­lec­tors. The ma­chine can use nat­u­ral fi­bres, syn­thetic fi­bres and span­dex cov­ered yarn and can be used in ap­pli­ca­tions such as the pro­duc­tion of seam­less gar­ments mainly un­der­wear, out­er­wear, swimwear, sportswear and med­i­cal­wear. The ma­chine has a gauge range from 16 to 32 and a max­i­mum tube di­am­e­ter of 17 inches. It uses an in­de­pen­dent ex­haust fan or cen­tral ex­haust sys­tem which au­to­mat­i­cally ad­justs the trac­tion force size. Ad­di­tion­ally, the ma­chine is equipped with tor­sion de­vice to im­prove the flat­ness of the fab­ric.

In­dia Agent – T Khanna and Co.

Bangladesh Agent – Cix­ing Bangladesh Ltd.

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