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01/27/2015 - „The Rieter Manual of Spinning“: Knowledge to download free of charge from the Rieter website

The textile encyclopaedia „The Rieter Manual of Spinning“ has been the standard work for students, technicians and other interested parties of short-staple spinning for many years. The brand new Volume 7 – Processing of Man-Made Fibres – is now available. With immediate effect, Rieter is providing the entire multi-volume reference work with practical focus on the technology of short-staple spinning as a free download on its website.

The Rieter Manual of Spinning

„The Rieter Manual of Spinning“ is the reference work for short-staple spinning and now consists of seven volumes. The latest volume deals with the processing of man-made fibres. Ever since the introduction of man-made fibres on a commercial scale, the market share of synthetic fibres has shown an impressive growth rate. In this important field, the variety of man-made fibres with different properties is continuously increasing. For numerous applications today, fibres that are practically “tailor-made” are available. Spinners must therefore have detailed understanding of the fibre properties and the specific characteristics. Volume 7 imparts comprehensive knowledge and findings in this field.

Rieter makes an important contribution to the training of textile technology students over the whole world and is now making the unique reference work in English, Chinese and Turkish available as a free PDF download on www.rieter.com/rikipedia. All seven volumes can still be acquired in hard cover form.

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About Rieter

Rieter is a leading supplier on the world market for textile machinery and components used in short staple fibre spinning. Based in Winterthur (Switzerland), the company develops and manufactures systems, machinery and technology components used to convert natural and man-made fibres and their blends into yarns. Rieter is the only supplier worldwide to cover spinning preparation processes as well as all four final spinning processes currently established on the market. With 18 manufacturing locations in ten countries, the company employs a global workforce of some 4 800, about 24 % of whom are based in Switzerland. Rieter is listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange under ticker symbol RIEN. (www.rieter.com)

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