1970s marked an era for Technology:
In Silicon Valley, some pioneering companies were born, destined to become leaders in their field during following years.
In the same moment, in Italy, a small company, Fa.Ni introduced the first sensor to detect the yarn-breaks in ringframes.
At the beginning it seemed a superfluous thing, but nowadays yarn-breaks monitoring, and generally machine monitoring, has become essential.
With passion and Italian love for details, we are improving day by day our experience in textile monitoring sector.
Fa.ni, trust those who do it for 40 years
SENSORFIL Yarn Break Sensor from PINTER FA.NI S.R.L.
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