“TECHNICAL HAND BOOK”

RINGS:
FLANGE NUMBER:
1. Half FLANGE – 2.6MM; FOR FINE & SUPER FINE COUNTS
2. One FLANGE – 3.2MM: MEDIUM & FINE COUNTS
3. Two FLANGE – 4.0MM: PLY YARN

PROFILE:
1. ANTIWEDGE : ASYMMETRICAL
2. CR : ASYMMETRICAL

FINISH:
1. SPARTAN: BLACK OXIDE (CONVENTIONAL)
2. XCALIBUR / MAGNUM: HARD CHROME ( NEW GENERATION )

RING DIMENTION:
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INNER DIA : 36mm, 38mm, 40mm, 42mm, 45mm
FITTING DIA : 47mm & 51mm(LMW FRAME), 45mm (KTTM)
FLANGE WIDTH : 2.6mm, 3.2mm & 4.0mm
FLANGE HEIGHT : 1.5mm
HARDNESS : 850 Hv Vickers (Blackodised), 1100 Hv Vickers (New Generation)
Ra VALUE (FLANGE ROUGHNESS) : 0.3 (Blackodised), 0.05 (New Generation)
COATING THICKNESS : 25 to 30 Microns
OVALITY : 0.1mm On ID
RING HEIGHT : 8mm, 10mm, 13mm, 19mm

FITMENT TYPE:
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RING HOLDER/ADAPTOR
CIRCLIP
SIDE SCREW
TOP SCREW

Ring diameters should be selected that are appropriate for the yarn counts and speeds that will be run. proper centering. Temp and humidity considerations.  10 Travellers weigh 10 Grains. Even the static electricity generated by the traveler running on the ring can affect the performance of the ring and traveler.) In other words the tension between the traveler and the bobbin surface is greater as the angle is smaller. The Size is written with the number of followed by Diagonal Line and Zero. where in 1 Gram = 15. and the delivery of the front roll as the yarn package changes in diameter. the ring life decreases. In some cases it is necessary to ground the ring rails to the frame to drain off this static charge. d. b.  Applies proper tension to form a package that has proper firmness to be wound off at the next process  Acts as a differential between the rotation of the spindle. (Draw an line from the traveler on the ring that is tangent to the empty bobbin surface. These are called “Ought” Travellers or “Nought” Travellers. .  When the weight of Ten Travellers is less than 10 Grains. c. yarn type. Of course you cannot put a tension meter on the yarn at this point during running but the tension can be calculated and demonstrated with force vectors. When ordering rings or bobbins. RING TRAVELLER:  System is based on weight of 10 Travellers. proper traveler change cycles regarding the wear cycle of the traveler ( do not run travelers that are heavily worn as this presents a ring surface that is contacted differently from what a new traveler presents to the ring when travelers are changed. These factors determine the pressure of the traveler against the ring and of course as these pressures increase. This angle needs to be a minimum of 30 degrees otherwise start up after doffing will yield higher end breaks. The resultant angle is called the angle of pull. Angle of pull relates to the ring diameter and the bobbin diameter. 10 Travellers weighing 10 grains denotes size of Traveller – No . The traveler compensates by speeding up on the large diameter and slowing down as the ring rail traverses to the top of the stroke where the diameter is least. Then draw a line from the center of the spindle to the traveler. 1. and there is thought to change the diameter of either or both of these. traveler weights that will be run. Ring life can be estimated by knowing spindle speeds.a.432 Grains. TRAVELLER FUNCTIONS:  Combines with spindle rotation within the traveler race (ring) along with feed of fiber from front roll to twist fibers into yarn. take in consideration what the angle of pull will be to avoid future problems.

The relation of traveler dimensions to these factors: 1. Compact yarn has limited hairiness thus contributing less lubrication. Show the angle of wear within the traveler and how this relates to the lean of the traveler as the yarn between the bobbin and traveler pulls the traveler around the ring against the braking force exerted by the curvature of the ring. Travelers run at surface speeds from 60 miles per hour to up to 100 miles per hour. Yarn size or count 2. Traveler speed is commonly referred to in meters per second. Production speed . The only lubrication is what the fiber contributes. YARN PATH YARN PATH HEAVY TRAVELLER / ABNORMAL WEAR / ENDS DOWN / NEPS IMPROPER PROFILE RIGHT COMBINATION / NORMAL WEAR / LONGER TRAVELLER LIFE LIGHT TRAVELLER / IMPROPER PROFILE / ABNORMAL WEAR / TRAVELLER FLY OFF . Slub yarns require higher center to allow additional yarn clearance Wear & Tear: Where to look for traveler wear and what is a reasonable amount. Yarn twist 3 . Withstand the continuous friction against the ring for days and even weeks. These yarns require a very low center of gravity to force the yarn close to traveler and ring contact area so the limited fiber can contribute some lubrication. 5. Heat sensitive yarns require higher travelers to get yarn away from the contact area where heat is generated.  Traveler profile and ring profile must be able to work together to give good contact to distribute wear properly while giving sufficient clearance for the yarn.higher speeds require a lower center of gravity 4.

8 Packet per box totally 10Ms. 4.ROR. Loose: a) 1 Packet of 1000 Pcs. COMPACT: 4. No damage to the ring. UT – Universal Traveler CROSS SECTION: HRW – Half Round Wide (UDR ultra demi round) F .DIMENSION: 1. SUPREME-X: NICKLE PLATING – BETTER LIFE FOR COTTON & SYNTHETICS APPLICATIONS.Universal b) 1UTM hrw UT – Universal traveler c) 1UTH hrw H – Large yarn clearance d) 1USTL hrw L – Low Yarn Clearance 3. Reduced down time. 6. Cost effective. ELLIPTICAL: a) 1EL hrw b) 1EM hrw c) 1EP hrw 1 stands for one flange – Elliptical. (To facilitate 1200 spindle per Ring frame. End-user in order to avoid Traveler wastage. 2. 7. UNIVERSAL: a) 1UL hrw U .Flat TRAVELLER PACKING: 1. NORMAL &COMPACT APPLICATION 2. BOW HEIGHT BOW WIDTH TOE GAP WEIGHT ( ISO ) : Weight of 1000 Travelers in Gms HARDNESS : 700 Hv Vickers STRETCH : 3 to 5mm MICRO STRUCTURE : Carbide distribution SURFACE FINISH: 1. b) 1 Packet of 1250 Pcs. No deformation of travelers. a) 2 UT hr 2 – Two Flange. PROFILE: 1. 5. SLUB DENIM YARN: a) 1CPF hrw CPF – Compact Fibre. L – Low yarn clearance M. .Medium Yarn Clearance P – Polyester 2. 10 Packet per box totally 10Ms.) 2. 3. JET-X: DIFFUSION TREATMENT. Auto Pack ( Cartridge ): No loss of travelers.

000rpm) POINTS TO CONSIDER: 1. 2. Speed – 16. Speed – 20. 4.5 Mts/Sec( Ring dia – 36mm. Speed – 22.8mm (24sNe to 40sNe) Fine Count – 1.6mm (40s Ne & Above) Compact Fine – 1. Speed – 22. Helps in insertion of twist to the yarn Helps to wound the yarn on to the bobbin Controls the yarn breakage level Yarn hairiness FACTORS INFLUENCING THE SPINDLE SPEED: 1.000rpm) 30s Ne – 38 Mts/Sec ( Ring dia – 38mm.14/1000 x 60 OBJECTS: 1. Speed – 19.000rpm) 80s Ne – 41. 2. RING & TRAVELLER:   Ring & Traveler forms the heart of the Ring frame. 3. Ring Dia: Tube Dia: Lappet Height Setting: Spindle Taper .5 Mts/Sec( Ring dia – 36mm.5mm (40s Ne & Above) . 5. 20s Ne – 33 Mts/Sec ( Ring dia-40mm. Ring Traveler Speed is expressed in Meters/Second = Spindle Speed x Ring dia x 3. 5. 3.000rpm) 40s Ne – 40 Mts/Sec ( Ring dia – 38mm. 2. Relative Humidity: Blow Room – 60% Preparatory – 60% Ring frame – 55% Winding – 70% RING TRAVELLER SPEED FOR DIFFERENT COUNTS: 1.0mm (Below 20s Ne) Medium Count – 1.PRODUCT FACTS:  Superior Surface Finish resulting in Improved Traveller Life by additional 20%.  Drastic reduction in Traveller loading. Ring & traveler combination 2. 4. Spinning Geometry: a) Spindle Lift b) Ring dia 3. 3. 1 : 64mm ( Auto Doffer ) Coarse Count – 2. 4.000rpm) 60s Ne – 41.  Consistent Superior Yarn Parameters over the entire Traveller life.1 : Traveler clearer Setting: Tube Length 1 : 5 Ring Dia 1: 2 2d + 5mm (d – Tube tip dia) 40mm.

4. 3.7 Mts 60s Ne – 5.1FGL hrw / 1FGUL hrw FOR 20s to 30s HOSIERY COMPACT – 1UL hrw/1FGM hrw FOR 30s to 60s HOSIERY COMPACT – 1EL hrw TRIALS TO BE STARTED WITH 80% SPINDLE SPEED: 1. 4. 3. 1ST TRAVELLER CHANGE 0 HRS 2.9 Mts 40s Ne – 4. 4.6. 3. 5. 2. 5TH & 10TH DAY) TRIALS ON COMPACT YARN: DATA REQUIRED: 1. TO START WITH RING FRAME SPINDLE SPEED AT 80% 1. Winding Length: Below 20s Ne – 2. COUNT TYPE OF COMPACITNG SYSTEM RING & RING DIA SPINDLE SPEED TRAVELLER USED LIFE OUR RECOMMEDATION: 1. FOR 30s TO 80s CW COMPACT – 1CPF hrw FOR 80s & ABOVE COMPACT . 1st TRAVELLER CHANGE 0 HRS 2nd TRAVELLER CHANGE AFTER 24 HRS & SPINDLE SPEED 100% 3rd TRAVELLER CHANGE AFTER 5 DAYS 4th DEPENDING ON THE BREAKAGE RATE & TRAVELLER WEAR % QUALITY PARAMETERS TO BE CHECKED: 1. 5. BREAKAGE RATE IMPERFECTIONS HARINESS S3 VALUE COLLECT USED TRAVELLERS FOR WEAR ANALYSIS (24HRS. 2.7 Mts 100s Ne – 7. 2ND TRAVELLER CHANGE AFTER 24 HRS . SIZE & FINISH B.7 Mts 80s Ne – 6. RECOMMENDING RIGHT TRAVELLER PROFILE. 4.5 Mts 30s Ne – 3.5 Mts TRAVELLER TRIALS PROCEDURE: A. 6. 2. 3. 2.

BANGALORE . RING PROFILE – ANTIWEDGE OR CR RING DIA FITTING DIA FINISH – XCALIBUR/MAGNUM / SPARTAN FLANGE – SINGLE / TWO TYPE OF FITMENT – ADAPTOR/CIRCLIP RING DIA RECOMMENDED FOR DIFFERENT COUNT RANGE: 1.CHAMBERS. 6. S.CARTER INDIA PVT LTD 13. BELOW 24s – 40MM 2.B. BREAKAGE RATE IMPRECTIONS HAIRINESS INDEX S3 VALUE RKM VALUE ELONGATION CLASSIMATE FAULTS TRAVELLER LIFE RINGS DIMENSIONS: 1. SANKEY ROAD. 239. 2.abcarterindia.S. 4. 8. 3. 4TH TRAVELLER CHANGE 5 DAYS 5. 24s TO 60s – 38MM 3. 2. 3RD TRAVELLER CHANGE AFTER 48 HRS 4. 7.N. 4. 5TH TRAVELLER CHANGE BASED ON BREAKAGE RATE & TRAVELLER WEAR % YARN QUALITY PARAMETERS: 1.3.560 080 PHONE: 91-80-23614625 FAX: 91-80-23610504 EMAIL ID: sales@abcarterindia. 40s TO 120S – 36MM FURTHER TECHNICAL CLEARIFICATION CONTACT US: A.com WEBSITE: www. 5.com . 3. 5. 6.