Muller Martini touts energy saving with Tempo saddlestitcher

The machine has a running speed of 22,000 cycles per hour and saves energy when in use, as well as on standby.

Its loading process and compressed air supply are automatically deactivated as soon as the machine stops, and are reactivated when production starts up.

Meanwhile, the compressed air is distributed from a central location and is only deployed to feeders that are in use. Separate compressed air circuits for the gathering chains and feeders mean that blow air can be obtained on demand.

It features quick set-up across the feeder, stitching machine, three-knife trimmer and stacker, as well as touchscreen controls.

Muller Martini Australia said the machine is currently available in the local market.

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