Saver Makina Paslanmaz İmalat Tesisat ve Otomasyon San. Tic. ve Ltd. Şti.
HT Solito

"Solito" has been put into the service of many customer groups in the textile sector for its economic advantages and the opportunities it will provide with its defined label. The concept of being economic in the machine-manufacturing sector has started to be used more nowadays, compared to the past, in terms of the gains and efficiency it provides to the end-user in material terms.

So, how do we describe the concept of being economic for a dyeing machine? Shortly, it is the energy and environmental performance of the textile machine in the facility. Time-saving though easy usage, economic benefit in a positive direction with low maintenance cost, and minimum amount of waste left in the environment by different use processes it has. On the other hang, due to the lack of internationally accepted standards, more duties are expected from us, the textile machine manufacturers, compared to the past, in terms of increasing the energy and environmental performances of textile machines, and we are aware of manufacturing more economic products in that sense

  • Opportunity to recover your Initial Investment Costs in maximum 6 months
  • Opportunity of min. 50% labor-saving
  • Opportunity 50% space-saving on site or in your existing space
  • Opportunity to save 50% from your spare part costs
  • Advantage of early delivery of your product to your customer with our Short Process features

Saver Makina has already carried its level to the top in terms technological excellence with "Eco Salvo" and has become the castle of Turkish textile machinery in terms of the sustainability of its successes as well; furthermore, it has adapted providing solutions that support the textile industry by prioritizing the concept of sustainable technology in the machine industry as a principle

Dying with low flote ratio has been accepted as the only way to save from costs and enable manufacturing. The real difficulty of dying with low flote ratio is to the person who does the dying; therefore, many dyers accept that they use relatively safer flotte ratios such as 1:7 and 1:8 in order to ensure the dying quality and to enable the continuity of manufacturing. The labor force and operational expenses for manufacturing the Valuable Fabric has made the flote ratio less important. In order to resist the increased legal pressures besides the foreign competitors, the industry is more interested in water and time saving that lower the cost and increase efficiency.

We can prove that reliable, low-cost and more economic dying is possible by finishing the dying procedure without ending the fabric and water cycle from the beginning of the process to the end. Moreover, in the products we design, you can save from the washings as well by keeping the dye and bleaching bath at a safe flote in order to dye at low-cost at a single time.

1 Main Circulation Pump with Belt-Pulley power transfer, operating with (1/1) Flote ratio.
2 Nozzle System adjusted with a variable-speed Linear Actuator
3 J-Box System preventing Mixing even on very light Fabrics
4 Horizontal Type Filter with High Filtration Area
5 Vertical type Heat Exchanger with Proportional control at the entry, with High Heating Gradiend
6 100% Hot Water Preparation Tank (Flote: 1 /4 )
7 Elliptic Fabric Tube Expanding Fabric at the outlet of Nozzle
8 Minimum Fabric Tension with the Long Tower Transfer system.
9 Continuous Fabric Flow without being stuck with a Teflon Film Mounted on the bottom part of J-Box
10 Large Diameter Front Lid and Combined Safety System
11 By means of strong Constructive Structure, Fabric Transfer to the Outer part smoothly by the unloading winch
12 Dye and Chemical tanks with Mixers and with Direct and Indirect Heating
13 Dosing Pump that can transfer products Under Pressure with it excellently designed interior
14 Batch Transfer with Minimum Loss

1. Short Process Equipment

  • Seam Detector system in order to find the joining point of the fabric during Sampling and fabric unloading,
  • Pump invertor mounted inside the electrical panel and adjusting the motor speed, and therefore the batch flow,
  • Proportional valve controlled by an IP convertor for Heating and Cooling,
  • Reserve tank, which is used for time, energy, and labor saving purposes, is a system that is used in order to obtain the hot water required for the following step as the machine continues ewith the dyeing process. Storing chemical matters is another advantage of the reserve tank,
  • The liquid batch can be discharged fast via a pump at the end of each process, such as preliminary bleaching cutting, dyeing, rinsing, and washing.
  • It is a high-efficiency in-machine washing system for your fabric dyeing machines. This system removes the residuals and fibers from the inner surface after dyeing as it cleans your machines. The fabric washing water can be heated before hand by transferring it to the hot machine surface and therefore, the lost energy can be gained again. Due to the automatic interior washing, your cost and operation durations are lowered and also the time for manual cleaning is eliminated,
  • The second additional tank is an extra additional tank that is equipped with an automatic valve and indirect heating system and adds the dye staff to the system.

2. Temperature Adjustment in Your Machine

The cooling or heating of the flote is ensured at the highest effectivity by passing the steam and cooling water through the heat exchanger at a flow opposed to the direction of the water flow as the water drawn from the inside of the machine via pumping is being pumped to the nozzles by passing it through the heat exchanger. The values read in ohm via a PT100 are transmitted to the PLC and the temperature changes is controlled at a desired SET temperature value. Heating and cooling is possible in degree/minute by opening the valves proportionally via the PLC Control.

3. Overflow from the Reserve Tank

The pump is enabled to take water from the reserve tank and pump it to the nozzle. Moreover, overflow is done by opening the machine discharge valve from time to time in order to maintain the maximum water level. If desired, it is enabled to heat the water more, which comes from the reserve tank to the reserve tank, by activating the heat exchanger at the same time. During this procedure, if the water in the Reserve tank finishes, the PLC takes water from the line directly and continues the operation.

4. Overflow From The Line

Water is given to the machine suction line from the main line and passed through the heat exchanger and pumped to the nozzles, and effective washing is done with clean water. The increased water level of the machine is maintained by opening the overflow valve. This procedure is carried out with water amount, time, and level control. Overflow in liter is controlled by a flowmeter at the water inlet line and allows continuously repeatable washing effect.

5. Analogue Level Control System

It is controlled by converting the resistance formed on the analogue level control bar, which is located outside the device, to the value of 4-20mA with a Magnetic Floating Buoy. Its only disadvantage is that it connot calculate the overflow water level when it overflows water at the amount of the fabric in the machine. Its advantage, on the other hand, is that the machine takes water at the required amount is taken to the machine by taking the water amount on the fabric into account in the new water intake procedure after the water discharge and it is controlled automatically through PLC with min. and max. Control level. The common point of all water intake procedures is that the pump does not operate until the protection level, the water intake procedure starts after that and when it comes to the set level, the towers start to operate by closing the water intake valve.

6. Salt Function

As the pre-dye program continues, water is taken to the Reserve rank according to the amount of fabric and as it is heated with PT100 control up to the temperature required for the de bath, water is taken to the Indirectly heated chemical tank from the reserve tank up to the maximum level and the mixer is operated automatically. At the same time, the additional tank is heated up to the set temperature and the water inside it is pumped to the reserve tank; therefore, a water cycle starts between the Reserve tank and the additional tank. During this cycle, salt is put into the additional tank and melted. Desired amount of salty water is taken to the reserve from the additional tank and waits prepared for usage for the dye bath.

7. Water Intake Function

With a flowmeter, the amount of Fabric and the max. Water level is adjusted by setting from the PLC or Flowmeter; the main pump does not operate as water is taken to the machine. With the flowmeter mounted on the line after the water inlet lines, the amount can be measured only at the time of water intake. A change in the amount at any moment of the process cannot be determined. With and analogue level gauge, both the amount of water taken to the machine and the amount of water left on the fabric at any moment of the process can be determined by the analogue level and the required additional amount is replenished by the flowmeter. The amount of water consumed in the overflow procedure is controlled via a flowmeter.
Technicial Specifications
  • Solito is a high-temperature (135°C) rope dyeing machine.
  • It provides special selections for lightweight special, upholstery, and towel fabrics, besides the possibility to be used for preliminary preparation, dyeing, and washing of sensitive and technological fabrics.
  • 1:4 - 1:5 flote ratio. (icluding washing process)
  • Vertical type reserve tank with liquid preparation purposes. (with control levels)
  • Opportunity to use the main pump with an inverter control at different speeds.
  • Touchscreen industrial! PLC.
  • Side dye and chemical tanks with level probes and mixers.
  • Fabric speed control with end-finding sensor.
  • Level measurement with the analogue level control system.
  • Inner washing system.
  • Bottom collector positioned on the pump suction line and a filtration system inside.
  • Power Drain with a main pump.
  • Shell and Tube type heat exchanger outside the machine.
  • Best fabric stacking and fabric circulation with a Plaiter, if desired.
  • Adjustable nozzle system with a linear Actuator.

  • Opportunity of working without causing Cavitation with its Snail section that is revealed by the Flow and Pump Head values that are selected technically corret,
  • Continuous pumping performance and batch transfer with the distribution of suction lines shared at the optimum level and with the collector feeding order,
  • Strong Bearing house Construction and bearing component design,
  • Silicium Carbide type special mechanical Seal system,
  • Transferring the motor power via a belt-pulley system instead of coupling; therefore, the ease of mounting/demounting without any need for coupling adjustment,
  • Opportunity of working without causing foam formation due to the usage of correctly selected Snail and impelier,
  • Minimum maintenance due to the minimum 2 year bearing life,
  • Axial type suction impelier capable of operating with Low Water amount,
  • Different Hm and Q (Pump Head and Flow) designs for special applications.