Doffer


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Doff´er


n.1.(Mach.) A revolving cylinder, or a vibrating bar, with teeth, in a carding machine, which doffs, or strips off, the fiber from the cards.
2.(Spinning) A worker who replaces full bobbins by empty ones on the throstle or ring frames.
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SiroLock and EvoStep wire designs for doffer and worker wires are displayed on a nonwovens card made of acrylic glass.
Cylinder wire mounting Doffer wire mounting Licker in Wire mounting Feed roller wire mounting Redirecting Roller wire mounting.
Previously she was a spinner and doffer at Stevens Linen Associates in Dudley for several years.
Production of silage under a temperature of 27-35 degrees C will turn out doffer with good quality fresh, green, and not affected by fungus.
The blaze broke out in the Tidy Doffer in Ravernet, Lisburn, Co Antrim, around lunchtime as it opened for the day's business.
At twelve she worked half time as an unskilled doffer, excited at first, then quickly exhausted and disillusioned.
In the Vaillancourt family, three teenaged daughters (nineteen, seventeen, and thirteen years old), worked as a stitcher, winder, and doffer, supporting the rest of their family with their earnings.
THE Tidy Doffer is out of the way, but it's firmly on the beaten track as far as good pubs go.
that stand upright doffer 90 kgs of weight, with the following measures 863 mm high, 482 mm wide, 140 mm deep and 863 mm open closed.
com)-- The Haynes Doffer Grinders from Tier-Rack Corporation are designed to grind doffers from cotton pickers made by either Case IH or John Deere.
In the field of technical nonwovens, Trutzschler Card Clothing is offering new metallic wires for roller cards application on doffer and condenser.
THE TIDY DOFFER, Ravernet, Co Down, is a sizeable pub-cum-restaurant which shows its character with an impressive thatched roof and a pen of grazing donkeys in the back garden.