Ultimate Evenness Testing: Total Testing Center
The Indian Textile Journal|March 2018

Feedback from Bangladesh spinners details practical benefits of USTER ® TESTER 6, the sheer speed of which without compromise on quality is hailed by all the spinners.

Only two years since its launch, the groundbreaking new USTER ® TESTER 6 is making a significant impact in Bangladesh. Ambitious and quality-conscious spinners are eager to participate in the rapid growth in export sales by the country’s textile producers. USTER ® TESTER 6 is more than the ultimate evenness tester: it is also the gateway to wider potential benefits for mills, integrating data from other USTER ® quality measurement sources to create a real Total Testing Center.

Bangladesh mills have been quick to recognize these extended advantages, and several USTER ® TESTER 6 units are already in operation in Bangladesh, as well as in the rest of South East Asia, following its global launch at the Milan ITMA in 2015. The DTG exhibition stimulated even greater interest among visitors to the USTER booth.

At the 15th Dhaka International Textile and Garment Machinery Exhibition, held in city’s Bangabandhu International Conference Centre from February 8-11, USTER experts provided visitors with first-hand information on the USTER ® TESTER 6. Ahead of the exhibition, existing customers from the Bangladesh spinning sector here provided detailed feedback on their experiences to date.

The best in testing

The sheer speed of the USTER ® TESTER 6 – without compromise on quality – is hailed by all the spinners. The test speed of 800 m/min also provides highly reliable and extremely accurate results, thanks to the new Capacitive and Optical Sensors. Says Abdul Latif, Deputy General Manager of Divine Spinning Mills Ltd: “Hairiness testing at high-speeds of 800 m/min – also now including Hairiness Length Classification – requires relatively much less time for testing.”

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