Continuously increasing production speeds, maximum availability, high flexibility, optimum product quality, and minimum lifecycle costs – these are the permanent challenges that manufacturers and operators of chemical fiber plants are facing.
Synthetic fibers make up an ever growing proportion of fiber production worldwide. In contrast to natural fibers, whose associated cultivation regions, e.g. for cotton, are finite and are in direct competition with foodstuffs and plants used for energy production, no finite limitations can be seen for the production capacities so far. As a starting basis, crude oil will continue to be available in sufficient quantities. Consequently, further growth of the production capacity will also be achieved in the near future in order to cover the increasing needs of a quickly growing world population. For decades, Siemens has proven itself to be a reliable partner for mechanical engineering with its drive and automation solutions, its reliability in the use of extruders, spinning machines, texturizers, and coil winding machines.
Complete solutions from a single source, from the drive and automation system to project development, coordination, configuration and control cabinet design, all the way to commissioning
Avoidance of production downtimes by means of quick servicing and worldwide technical support (24h)
Reduced costs for the configuration and commissioning due to Totally Integrated Automation, a uniform tool for configuring converters, and remote maintenance and error diagnostics by means of teleservice
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