Doubling and Twisting Machine
Twisting Machines are machines that fold and twist more than one yarn and they are similar to doubling machines. The most important difference between twisting Machines and doubling machines; the existence of twisting devices in the twisting machines and the twisting of the yarn in addition to the doubling process.
Doubling and Twisting in Ring Twisting Machine
Ring twisting machines are one of the doubling twisting machines used in flat twisting and can perform single and double twisting.
Doubling and Twisting on Volkman Twisting (Two For One) Machine
The tasks of this machine are;
1- Giving two twists to the yarn in each revolution of the yarn
2- To gain strength by twisting the yarns from different bobbins
3- It is to wind the twisted yarns at constant tension and in the form of long-length bobbins.
4-Pre-doubling the yarns increase the efficiency in this machine.
Duties of Doubling Machine
- To prepare the twisting machine by doubling the single-ply yarns that need to be twisted on a bobbin at the same tension.
- If the yarns are not cleaned before doubling, to clean the faulty parts by passing them through the filtering device.
- It is to provide ease of operation in all subsequent processes by wrapping in bobbin form and long-length.
Twisting and doubling are done together with the DirecTwist technology we have developed as Agteks. However, unlike other technologies, DirecTwist makes winding and twisting with the movement given to the yarn, while other technologies winding with the drive given to the cops. For this reason, Ring twisting and doubling machines can operate with 5.000 cycles, while DirecTwist technology can reach double and higher cycles.
While bobbin transfer process is required in ring, “2 for 1” and classical twists, it is possible to wind from bobbin to bobbin in the DirecTwist method. This situation affects the number of processes in the enterprise.
DirecTwist machines have been developed by designing the flexibility of ring twisting machines due to external feeding and the efficiency of the “two for one” method.