Uster Jossi instruments eliminate cotton contamination at the early stages of spinning mill processing. These machines are the result of recent acquisition of Jossi Systems by Uster Technologies.
Raw cotton is subject to various kinds of contamination, and its removal has long been a headache for quality-conscious spinners. Uster Technologies is proposing a significant and effective solution, to be unveiled for the first time in public at this year’s major textile machinery exhibition, ITMA Asia & CITME, in Shanghai.
The company will present the full range of established Uster instruments for laboratory and in-process testing of fibers and yarns, over a display area of 200 square meters. Also on display will be the Uster Jossi vision shield for detection and removal of all kinds of contaminants from raw cotton in the early stages of mill processing.
The complete Uster instrument ranges for both fiber and yarn quality control will be shown here – a particular eye-catcher being the latest Uster Classimat 5 yarn classification system. Switzerland-based Uster Group is a high technology instrument manufacturer of products for quality measurement and certification for the textile industry. The group provides testing and monitoring instruments, systems and services for each stage of textile production including raw textile fibers, such as cotton or wool, all staple fiber and filament yarns, as well as downstream services to the final finished fabric.