Making a core spun yarn consists in covering an elastic, rigid or semi-rigid filament with a natural, artificial or synthetic fibre to produce a yarn that, once woven, gives the resulting garment the intrinsic properties of the filament and the appearance, texture and quality of the fibres that cover it.
M/s Pinter SA, Spain has experience over the decades since 1930 in the spinning industry, combined with tireless R&D, means that Pinter has developed a high-performance system of proven quality capable of responding to the demands of today’s core spun market.
• Elastic core spun equipment.
• Rigid core spun equipment: Direct insertion system with friction controlled feeding.
• Semi-rigid core spun equipment: positive feed system.