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Engineering

Engineering

Textile engineering

In the 1930's Harold Stanier created a model warp-knitting plant in South Wales, and began innovating his own yarn breakage devices. Today, New House continue Harold's tradition by offering two yarn breakage detectors or stop-motions : NH-58 is a well-proven mechanical unit, while NH-10 is a new stop-motion with the latest contactless optical technology. 

Yarn breakage detectors

For over 50 years New House Textiles has manufactured yarn-breakage detectors or stop-motions for the textile industry. Used principly in warping, our flexible manufacturing allows us to make units-tailor made to your needs. 

Number of ends

Our NH-58 unit that is on a 9mm pitch can be manufactured with almost any number of ends in a bar. We can now offer a smaller pitched model, with smaller eyelets that is on a 6mm pitch.  The NH-10 model comes with a pitch of 12mm, and can accomidate a maximum of up to 70 yarns.

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