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USTER® JOSSI VISION SHIELDRescuing from the problem of contaminated yarn is the USTER® JOSSI VISION SHIELD solutions – fibre cleaning systems – with a total of 3,500 installations worldwide.

USTER® JOSSI systems deal with the problem with unbeatable effectiveness, detecting and removing foreign matter from cotton at the spinning preparation stage. Manufacturers of nonwovens requires an efficient contamination control system, guaranteeing a zero-tolerance standard – for defects bigger than 1 mm – in their products.

Most of the machinery for nonwovens hygiene products is made by Japanese companies. “Japan is growing as a market for USTER® fibre cleaning systems, thanks to these nonwovens applications. The combination of USTER® JOSSI VISION SHIELD and USTER® JOSSI MAGIC EYE supports the manufacturers to control contamination continuously at a high level,” says Oswald Baldischwieler, Product Manager – Fiber Cleaning, Uster Technologies.

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It is pertinent to mention here that the Uster Technologies acquired Jossi AG in 2013 and applies the USTER® JOSSI VISION SHIELD 2 and USTER® JOSSI VISION SHIELD T systems, using multiple detection principles, to eject all polypropylene particles regardless of how minute they are. The finest white PP contamination is reliably and efficiently detected with the USTER® JOSSI MAGIC EYE in combination with the USTER® JOSSI VISION SHIELD.

“With USTER® JOSSI VISION SHIELD and USTER® JOSSI MAGIC EYE, the whole production is checked, for every category of contaminants including synthetics. Nothing can escape the detection power of these systems,” adds Baldischwieler.

 

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