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New options for improved yarn stability
Monday, 07 June 2010
Shanghai - Showcasing the full range of its technology at ITMA-Asia + CITME, visitors to BTSR stand will be able to see the latest in sophisticated electronic sensors and smart systems for yarn running monitoring, feed tension keeping and quality parameter controls on a range of yarns from traditional textiles to elastomers, glass fibres and carbon fibres.

Based in Olgiate olona, Italy, BTSR is a major manufacturer of yarn feeding and monitoring equipment and is primarily known for the application of its products on hosiery and seamless machines. It has also applied its systems to garment length sweater machines and even flat knitting technology.