Thursday, March 9, 2017

Join Knits and Non-Woven Materials with the Merrow High-Speed Sewing Machine Line -- for Wet and Dry Environments

Merrow's 71-Class machines are designed and built to be the world's most durable sewing solutions for butt seaming, knitting facilities, and any moisture-rich seaming environment. They come in three variations: the 71-1D-2 model, the 71-1D-2 CNP model, and 71-1D-7 CNP model. Both of the CNP models are entirely nickel plated, protecting the machines from corrosion and rust, even in wet or saturated environments. There are no other machines in the world that can stand up to wet environments like the 71-1D-2 CNP and 71-1D-7 CNP can. However, if that's not a concern, the 71-1D-2 is painted (rather than nickel plated) and is the top-of-the-line solution for dry seaming environments. 

All our 71-Class Models are incredibly durable and easy to service. They do not recirculate oil, preventing the internal buildup of particulates that commonly causes machine failure in self-oiling machines. This gives the 17-1D a distinct advantage over converted overlock machines, ensuring your processes will continue running smoothly without fears of machine OR stitch failure. 

Additionally, all 71-Class models have specifically milled cam grooves that allow consistent, uninterrupted sewing at up to 4000 RPM. That is a substantial difference in speed when compared to RPM speeds of other machines commonly used in seaming facilities. The evidence is overwhelming: from their unparalleled durability to the significant impact these machines have on increasing overall speed of production, there is simply no match for the 71-1D. 

Why buy machines that cannot withstand the rigors of production? The 71-Class models can literally run forever, even in harsh environments where most machines will stop working in mere weeks or months. Invest in a machine that will provide quality stitching for years to come. 

Purchase the 71-Class Merrow for your factory today!  

Anonymous Merrow

Merrow has manufactured sewing machines since 1838 and remains one of the most interesting companies in the textile space

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