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BalerAssist" can also be controlled with a wireless remote, which makes performing maintenance and adjustments, including knotter troubleshooting a one-person job.
Finally, in the late 1800s, William Deering invented a binder that used twine and a knotter, simplifying the entire process.
Mesdan's line of splicers and knotters stands out for the exclusive Mesdan technology, top quality materials and latest production techniques ensuring a great reliability of performances independently by operator's ability.
Sandico-Ong revived the industry 17 years ago, which now provides livelihood to two communities in the Philippines composed of around 200 farmers, knotters, dyers, and weavers and their families.
In tribal regions, the knotters are given the freedom to introduce their own tastes in designs, thereby adding vibrancy, originality and authenticity to their rugs.
We are told that Labour wants to reduce troop numbers to 2,000 in spring, but why not send the 6,000 Sealed Knotters over there instead?
With the machine being so old, finding spares can be difficult, however David told me that when he advertised for a 1960s endless belt, a man from Chesterfield, Nottinghamshire, helped him out, and also offered him two brand new Ruston Hornsby knotters that had been sitting on his shelf for over 40 years.