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OrgaTEX

s c h e r m u l y t e x t i l e c o m p u t e r
Production and performance
management software
for textile finishing
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OrgaTEX
sustained improvement of your competitiveness
Changes in the textile industry
are gaining momentum. Effec-
tive measures ensure the future
competitiveness of a company:
Shortening Time-to-Market
of the products
Increasing the product trans-
parency and flexibility
Planning optimization
Reduction of downtimes
Lowering production costs
At the same time it should safe-
guard
High quality standards
Optimal production efficiency
across all production facilities at
the lowest costs possible.

In order to reach these challenging


goals it is essential to have an inte-
grated vertical and horizontal IT
infrastructure that helps to coordi-
nate the production in real time.
OrgaTEX todays standard in
finishing
OrgaTEX is a production man-
agement system for textile fin-
ishing. Various software mod-
ules allow an efficient integration
of the production processes and
enterprise resource planning
(e.g. SAP) and provide highest
transparency on all levels.
The unique scalability of Orga-
TEX within a widely diversified
standard allows to react fast and
flexible to new market situations
and ensures an expeditious re-
turn of your investment (ROI).
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Benefit from our global experi-
ences
Besides the worlds largest man-
ufacturers of T-shirts, towels,
home textiles and sewing thread
OrgaTEX is also firmly imple-
mented into the value-added
chain of the leading manufactur-
ers of technical textiles and high
end products.
Benefits and advantages
OrgaTEX stands for a high prod-
uct- and production quality with
adherence to schedules up to
shipping the goods. Transpar-
ency, consistent documenta-
tion and traceability make every
company secure and profitable.
Planning takes place under real-
time conditions and can so in-
crease the productivity up to a
maximum.
for the management
Aligns the organization to-
wards a central data platform
Effective resource manage-
ment
Reduction of production costs
Safeguard company know-
how
for the production
administration
Access to all relevant informa-
tion from one computer
Utilization of integrated re-
ports and information presen-
tations
Analysis of production, effi-
ciency, down times, shifts,
Standardization

Production and process


engineers
Creating reports incl. alarms
and historical logs
Temporary supervision of
weak spots
Copy and paste data into
analysis applications
Fast familiarization by using a
universal platform on all loca-
tions
Energy and environment
Efficient use of energy re-
sources (steam, fuel oil, gas)
Reduction of environmental
impact
in global competition
Fast reaction
Optimized processes
Lasting investments
Protecting existing competitive
advantages

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Program editor

The creation and administration
of various complex dye process-
es is considerably easier and
more efficient if done on a PC.
Recurring process sections (pre-
wash, bleaching, soaping, after
treatments) are created as treat-
ments and can so be combined
without difficulty into dyeing pro-
cedures. In this way standards
are created automatically that
enhance the optimization, re-
producibility and savings of dye
processes.
Features
Graphical and tabular forms
Temperature-/time curve
Variable function parameter
with formula integration

Production dye house


Centralized tools for the daily production work
Batch scheduler
Dye program editor
Function selection
Automatically generated
temperature curve/time curve
Batch scheduler

The online batch scheduler is an
optimal tool to reduce the daily
routine work in a dye house of-
fice to a minimum.
Features
Electronic planning board
Batch scheduling
Use of templates
Batch can be moved per drag
and drop
Deadline monitoring
Preparation and addition treat-
ment processing
Selection and display of pro-
duction downtime (optional)

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Process data
Online status
Online supervision of the processes
Fault and process information
display or performing necessary
interventions during batch run-
time; all centrally from a work-
station in the office with Or-
gaTEX you have your dye house
under control.
Features
Display of actual process and
machine data (tabular and
graphical)
Correction of process para-
meters
Interventions during unfore-
seen incidents
Online analysis of the process
data

Online editor
Scope of services
Dye program administration
Batch scheduling and plan-
ning
Online supervision
Alarm management
Process analysis
Production calendar
Report system
Advantages and benefits
Standardizing processes
Flexible production
Detect discrepancies
Fast reaction to unexpected
events
Lowering production costs
Higher machine utilization
(PDA)
Management information
system

Transform your reports into significant


business information
Information becomes more and
more important as production
and competition factor. By pro-
cessing this information with
the OrgaTEX analysis and re-
port management system, data
becomes a valuable company
asset that can help to get fast
and reliable information about
production costs and efficiency.
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Report
Real time analysis and report management
Scope of services
Machine report
Batch report
Alarm report
Dosing report
Benefits and advantages
Easy and individually confi-
gurable report documents
Manual, cyclic or event orien-
tated reporting
Access to all articles, product
and process data
Data transfer to MS-Office
programs

Costs per dye process


Operative figures
Operative figures are an impor-
tant instrument to ensure the
lasting success of your company:
Evaluation of variances and
their causes
Identification of target varia-
tions
Checking the effectiveness of
measures

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Report examples
Daily production/capacity
Target setting total production
x-t/day
Comparison of the machine
performance
Production costs/standard
procedures
Total production costs
x-u/kg product
Cost distribution
Right First Time/additions
Objective of x-%
Detailed analysis of processes
(problems with dosing, liquor
ratio etc.)
Analysis regarding irregulari-
ties of procedures, recipes

Shift comparison/operator
Assessment of the produc tion
output up to gathering data
for additional pay
Weak spot analysis/target dis-
crepancy
Process runtimes
Alarm messages
Consumption of water, chemi-
cals, dyestuff

Production
overview
Runtime deviation
Right first time quote (%)
Trend diagrams
History of energy costs
History of production costs
Utilization of the production
Dosing system
Utilization
Transfer times

Scope of services
Up to 64 stop reasons per
machine group
Operator administration
Display and correction
facilities in batch scheduler
Simple time selection between
batches
Integrated into the OrgaTEX
report system
Advantages and benefits
Objective data acquisition
Increase in production
PDA terminal =
machine controller

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PDA
Production data acquisition of downtimes
With the Widows CE.NET based
controller generation SETEX pro-
vides an all-in-one solution
for the acquisition of production
downtimes: The controller of the
OrgaTEX down time reasons
production machine is also used
as terminal for the production
data acquisition. In combination
with the OrgaTEX module PDA
a flexible and fully integrated
system is available.
With similar machinery and with
the help of an objective data ac-
quisition, using the correspond-
ing reports and by ensuing mea-
sures an increase in production
of 15 30 % can be achieved.
Displaying downtime reasons
SECOM CE controller
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This module looks at the pro-
duction from a completely new
perspective and provides ad-
ditionally online information of
process states. It also provides
intervention facilities directly
from the workstation in the office.
With the plant navigator, ma-
chines und installations can be
graphically shown according to
the floor plan of the production
area.
Features
Graphical user interface
Departments can be separat-
ed (e.g. piece/yarn dye house,
finishing, dye kitchen, heat
recovery)
Machine status
Online batch and process in-
formation
Batch status display
(next batch)

Plant navigator
All machines at a glance
Overview plant navigator
Next to the new presentation al-
so active intelligence features
are implemented. The intercon-
nection of all machines and the
combination of process values,
OrgaTEX database and active
intelligence provides an alter-
native of information, monitor-
ing and control.
Active intelligence features
HT drain interlock
(additional extension)
Repeated use of bleaching
bath
Energy management
(sequential startup of the
machines)
Alarm notification via SMS or
e-mail
By focusing on the energy man-
agement cost reductions will
be achieved, expensing energy
peaks will be avoided and gov-
ernmental requirements will be
met.

Machine details plant navigator


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Recipes are an important instru-
ment for the internal commu-
nication in order to achieve a
reproducible procedural finish-
ing. This applies to the produc-
tion personnel as well as to the
machine controllers and dye
kitchen systems.
In combination with the optional
formula management the Orga-
TEX recipe module is a power-
ful system to save costs and to
optimize quality and flexibility.
OrgaTEX has the tool to save
available process know-how and
to introduce it automatically into
the daily production: It covers all
requirements.

Recipe
The central origin for the procedural communi
Dyestuff library
Recipe editor
Features
Recipe management
Simple and efficient operation
Integrated dye program or
preparation data set
Generation of preparations
with automatic numbering
Sub-recipe technology
Different liquor rations
depending on treatment
Configurable input editor
Integration of formula man-
agement (option)
Scalable printouts
Variable recipe search
Product exchange with recal-
culation facilities
Cost calculation

Scope of services
Creation of base recipes
Chemical and dyestuff admin-
istration
Article and customer manage-
ment
Calculation of production and
addition recipes
Advantages and benefits
Enhance the process reliability
Enhance the production
flexibility
Shorten the time-to-market
Integration with dye kitchen
systems
Storage and use of process
know-how
Cost calculation and data
transfer to controlling

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cation
Stock management
for chemicals and dyestuff
The stock management is a
helpful instrument for a cost con-
scious production which gives
always a clear overview over the
stock inventory, reserved quanti-
ties and consumptions. Every
product that is ordered too late
will create substantial problems
in the everyday production.
Stock management
Features
Automatic inventory manage-
ment with variable feedback
(set / actual values)
Input of stock management
terms
Assignment of consumed
product quantities to the par-
ticular batches
Generation of order-recom-
mendation lists
Creation of consumption re-
ports with flexible criterias
Cost calculation of the stock
quantities

Product management
Product specifications
Check for incompatibility
Barcode support
Dyestuff class assignment
Substrate affinity
Assignment of dispensing
stations
Display and input of stock
data (option)

Article/customer management
Article definition
Integrated substrate manage-
ment
Mixed fibers definition
Assignment of production
parameters
Assignment article customer
Parameter for CSD optimization

Production recipe
Flexible selection of base
recipes
Interaction via batch parameter
Configurable, automatic
recipe printout
Display and printout of recipe
costs
Addition generation

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With the formula management a
universal tool has been created
that can be used in several Or-
gaTEX programs. The manifold
possibilities allow for an easy im-
plementation of gathered experi-
ences and logical dependencies
into so-called formulas for the
optimization of existing proce-
dure and recipe data.
Formula management
Automatic process and recipe optimization
in reports
Analyses are performed to the
specific requirements of a com-
pany therefore it is difficult to
define certain standards.
Report management in combi-
nation with formulas enable the
user to create his own, customer
specific reports which permit
companies to create their own
standard reports for certain
user or user groups.
Examples
Calculation of operating figures
Evaluation of performances
Comparison of processing
time
Machinery availability

Formula use in step editor


Formula editor
Formula use in preparation sets Formula management
in dye programs and prepa-
ration sets
By using formulas the number of
dye programs or preparation sets
will considerably be reduced and
the administration effort mini-
mized.
Examples from practical experi-
ence
Number of rinse cycles in rela-
tion to the salt concentration
Dosing time dependent on the
number of circulations
Width adjustment depending
on the fabric width

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in recipe
Use of available know-how and
automatic application it to the
daily work using formulas in
recipes contributes to reach this
target. The efficiency and the
savings potential of this func-
tionality guarantees a fast ROI
(return on investment). Batch
runtimes will be shortened, dye-
stuff, chemicals and energy will
be saved.
Flexible use
Depending on the dye proce-
dures, color depth, article, and
machine type etc. formulas can
flexibly be used in the recipes:
Calculation of chemical quan-
tities (salt, alkali)
Automatically activating / de-
activating pre and after treat-
ments in the production recipe
(bleaching, rinsing, soaping)

Assignment of function pa-


rameters, e.g. temperature,
gradient, hold time
Usable for various require-
ments (unit conversions, print
safety records)
Access to all data of the Orga-
TEX database (article, quality,
dyestuff records etc.)
Decision-making aids
Pre-calculation of the produc-
tion costs by accessing dye
programs and recipe data
Pre-calculation of the total
process time
Cost comparison of the differ-
ent processes

Formula use in recipes


Weighing
Correct amounts are essential
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Weighing
For a qualitative high grade and
cost-conscious production the
correct weighing of the specified
recipe quantities is indispens-
able. With the OrgaTEX system
module Weighing an easy to
operate user interface is available.
Complemented with a suitable
PC and connected scales SETEX
provides a powerful weighing
terminal for the daily routine
work in the dye kitchen. In or-
der to minimize errors the con-
nection of a barcode scanner,
paternoster and label printer is
supported.
Features
Adaptable batch and machine
selection
Graphical display of set and
actual values during the
weighing process

Adjustable tolerances
Optional barcode scanner for
product identification
Weighing process can be
interrupted and continued at
any time
Printout of labels for the clear
identification of preparations
Automatic feedback to the op-
tional stock management
Weighing of products outside
of batches
Reweighing from full contain-
ers
Paternoster control via
SECOM controller

Paternoster controller SECOM 626


TC
Dye stuff weighing
Weighing terminal WT 2000
Paternoster
If a paternoster with a SECOM
controller is available then auto-
matically, after selection of the
product, the paternoster moves
to the corresponding position.
Only after the product position
is reached the weighing process
will be started.
Scale 3 kg Scale 32 kg
IND690
Barcodes canner Label printer
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Dye kitchen systems
Connection assure the synchronization with production
Preparation requests are real-
ized via the connection between
OrgaTEX and the central dye
kitchen system using:
SECOM control system on
the production machine
(discontinuous, continuous)
Request terminal next to the
production machine
Manual activation via the
OrgaTEX batch scheduler

More and more textile finishing


companies are using centralized
dye kitchen systems in their pro-
duction in order to save chemi-
cals and dyestuff as well as to
enhance the reproducibility. If
these dye kitchen systems are
used as isolated application then
most likely the expectations will
not be fulfilled because of the
extended time and effort that
is used for recipe administra-
tion and faults created during
manual operation.
The connection to OrgaTEX con-
siderably simplifies the operation
of dye kitchen system as recipe
or preparation data is managed
and calculated centrally in Or-
gaTEX. Additionally synchroni-
zation between the preparation
calls on the machines control-
lers and on the dye kitchen sys-
tem takes place.
The connection of dye kitchen
systems to OrgaTEX is used in
dye houses and on continuous
machines.
Features
Provision of preparation data
(product, quantity, target tank
and request time) for the dye
kitchen system
Taking over the actual data
from the dye kitchen system
to the stock control
Taking over error messages of
the dye kitchen system to be
recognized and displayed on
the production machines.

Integration central dye kitchen


system to SECOM controllers
Connection central dye kitchen
system to third party control system
Central dye kitchen with SECOM
control systems can nowadays
be found in many textile finish-
ing plants. In combination with
the CDC module the degree of
efficiency of the dye kitchen
system can be substantially in-
creased as CDC possesses of an
automatic, integrated capacity
utilization control. Priorities in
the preparation processing, e.g.
for additions and continuous
machines, are controlled by the
CDC module. In connection with
a dyestuff dissolving station the
CDC automatically calculates the
dissolving process depending on
the dyestuff to be dissolved.
If problems occur during the
daily operation or if manual in-
terventions are necessary for the
preparation processing then an
appropriate user interface will
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CDC Central dye
for dispensing, dissolving and weighing statio
Dispensing calls
Emergency processing
be important. CDC shows the
status of all preparations online
and provides various solutions
to avoid delays of the production
should a problem occur.
Features
Automatic calculation of the
dissolving program
Capacity utilization control
Priority assignment of pre-
paration processes
Automatically preferring
additions
Signaling of error conditions
Configurable emergency
handling
Tank administration
Dosing history/reports

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kitchen control
ns equipped with SECOM control systems
Dispensing and dissolving systems
PROBLEM: Preparation addition all-in-one for 100% Tank
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The recipe contains one mixed preparation with all
three kinds of chemicals. The CDC sends the related
calls to the corresponding dye kitchen systems.
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By processing the preparation calls sequentially time
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Simple and according to dyeing technology logical-
recipe creation
No time delay because of parallelprocessing

Example of use
Dyestuff dissolving system
PROBLEM: Dyestuff quantity cannot be processed in one dissolving cycle
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Dissolving programs for all possible variants must
be created. The selection of the dissolving program
must be coordinated with the dyeing process and the
dyestuff quantity.
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Flexible, automatic creation of dissolving programs
Automatic calculation of the temperature, time and
water quantity.
Automatic calculation of the necessarydissolving
cycles.
Automatic dosing of solvents fromthe recipe, e.g.
acetic acid for alkaline dyestuff.

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Flexible solution for any quantity of dyestuff without
manual intervention.
Liquid chemical dispensing system
PROBLEM: Defective valve on the dispensing system
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First machine waits for the confirmation of a prepa-
ration call. All other machines that have sent calls to
the dispensing system are waiting for their calls to be
processed until the valve is fixed.
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Via CDC the tank will manually be disabled. CDC
automatically sends a user info to the operators of
the other machines so that they can add the product
manually and then quit the function via the machine
controller.
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Downtimes and manual interventions on the control-
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controller.
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Flexible solution without manual intervention on the
dispensing and dye machine controller.
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Program editor

The creation and administration
of preparation data sets for a
large number of article specific
machine setting and various dif-
ferent machine types can easily
be realized with the program ed-
itor. Depending on the machine
type different input screens are
available.
By using the module Formula
Management variable param-
eters (e.g. fabric width) can be
created that will considerably
reduce the number of data sets.
Features
Graphical and tabular editor
Variable function parameter
with formula integration
Freely creatable organization
structure (tree control)

Continuous production
Transparency in the continuous machinery area
Batch scheduler

The assignment of correct ma-
chine settings or preparation
data sets for all batches of the
continuous machines can easily
be realized by using the batch
scheduler. This electronic online
planning board shows transpar-
ently the actual situation of all
production batches.
Batch scheduler
Preparation data set
Features
Electronic planning board
Batch disposition
Automatic set time calculation
Batch can be moved per
drag and drop
Deadline monitoring
Preparation call to central
dispensing system
Selection and display of pro-
duction downtime (optional)

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Online status
Via the Online Status program
the central control of all con-
nected machines takes place.
With the help of configurable
templates the user dependent
display of all process values and
batch data will be realized.
Features
Display of actual process and
machine data (tabular and
graphically)
Correct process parameter
Intervention during unfore-
seen events
Alarm information
Online-analysis of process data

Process analyzer
Batch related process data can
be displayed and printed with
the process analyzer. The soft-
ware is used for company in-
ternal information as well as for
the proof of certain standards
to third parties according to the
quality standard EN ISO 9000 ff.
Features
Display of analog process data
Set/act values
Display of digital machine in-
formation
Alarm list
Batch information

Process data
Online visualization
Scope of services
Preparation data set adminis-
tration
Batch scheduling an planning
Online supervision
Alarm management
Process analysis
Production calendar
Report system
Advantages and benefits
Article specific standardization
of processes
Transparency of the pro-
duction
Detect discrepancies
Fast reaction to unexpected
events
Lowering production costs
Higher machine utilization
(PDA)
Management information
system

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Interfaces
for integrated solutions
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Interface
recipe systems
A number of dye houses are
already using recipe systems.
By connecting those systems to
OrgaTEX the recipes can further
be used in the production pro-
cess. The transfer of procedures
to the recipe system allows link-
ing the recipes with the dye pro-
gram.
From the transferred recipes
OrgaTEX creates the necessary
preparation data for the con-
nected scaling stations and dos-
ing systems. If an external stock
management system is available
then the actual consumption
data is automatically fed back to
this system.
Interface
ERP/PPS
A large number of companies
are using various computer sys-
tems for order management and
production control. In order to
transfer this data directly to Or-
gaTEX an ODBC interface to an
integration database can be pro-
vided by OrgaTEX.
In this way different data like
batch information etc. can be
transferred to OrgaTEX. On the
other side OrgaTEX provides a
large number of data that can be
made available in the database
once the batch is finished. This
data then can be used by the
production planning system for
calculations and evaluations.
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Interface
Dye kitchen systems
The currently very popular au-
tomatic chemical and dyestuff
dosing systems are especially
effective if they are intercon
nected to OrgaTEX. The neces-
sary data is available in the batch
recipe. Preparation calls from
the machine controller synchro-
nize the dosing system and the
process. The actual dispensed
quantities are fed back to the
stock management. OrgaTEX
provides programs to display the
requested and processed prepa-
ration calls. In exceptional cases
the preparations can also be
requested or deleted manually.
The chronological logging and
display of all historical prepara-
tion processes allows a state-
ment about the utilization of the
connected dosing system.
Interface
continuous

Via a database interface continu-
ous machines can be connected
to OrgaTEX. This results into a
functionality that is comparable
to the SETEX continuous control-
ler. Management of all machine
settings (sets of preparation
data), batch scheduling, online
information and data feedback
after batch end are possible with
these continuous machines.
Interface
handling/transport
systems
For package dye houses there
are some manufacturers that
offer automatic handling and
transport systems. In connec-
tion with SETEX controller and
an OrgaTEX system the handling
system can receive automati-
cally loading/unloading orders
for the particular machines.
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OrgaTEX fail-safe and alw
in connection with standard IT solutions
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How much system downtime
and loss of data can you afford?
How fast can you restart the pro-
duction after a server crash?
High availability systems HAS
MS Cluster Server
2003 Enterprise Server
High availability of the company
based IT systems under eco-
nomical aspects are a central
issue in every company. If com-
pany and production critical ap-
plications like the connection to
a production planning system
or an automatic dye kitchen are
not available then this can cause
immense costs.
Fail-safe and redundant
Advantages
Completely redundant server
hardware platform
Eliminating non-planable fail-
ures
Automatic transfer of the tasks
in case of a problem from one
server to the other in less than
2 minutes
No loss of data by switching
over the server
Performance enhancement of
the system
Simple backup solution

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ays online
Independent from server hardware
VMware infrastructure
By using server virtualization a
physical server will be divided
into several virtual servers. These
apparently available servers
share the main resources like
main memory, hard disks and
network connections.
Advantages
Provision of new servers in
minutes without the need to
invest in new hardware.
Increasing the capacity utiliza-
tion of physical servers
Moving a virtual machine from
one server to another without
reconfiguration
Simple migration of virtual
machines to the VMware in-
frastructure
Simple backup solution

OrgaTEX on the go
The WEB interface
Citrix access essentials
Access via Intranet or Internet
Wherever your employees are
currently located be it in the
office, in a field office, travel-
ling or in a home office the
centrally provided applications
by Citrix Access Essentials are
available for all users within and
outside of the LAN with the
same functionality, actuality and
performance.
Advantages
Fast and simple access via
Internet or Intranet
Every terminal can be used
Immediate availability of new
applications and information
for travelling employees or
staff in subsidiaries and home
offices
Protection of sensible data by
limitation of the information
access
Encryption of the communica-
tion
Time saving administration by
using a centralized concept

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OrgaTEX service contract
OrgaTEX
Service and support
Activate your potential
An important element of our
business activities are the intro-
duction and realization of opti-
mization features in the textile
finishing plants. Use your exist-
ing machinery and infrastructure
within your company efficiently
and benefit from our long-time
experience.
Conducting workshops and
training courses
Performing process and per-
formance analysis
Identification of optimization
potential

Recommendation for treat-


ment and process changes
Implementation of optimiza-
tion formulas or software
Implementation coordination
or introduction

Assistance by our Support


Center within normal office
hours
Remote diagnosis and remote
service (online service)
All necessary actions will im-
mediately be taken to solve a
problems
Upgrade service
On-site service
Option
Premium service contract:
24 h hotline on 365 days

SETEX training room


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Overview
OrgaTEX basic entry professional
OrgaTEX modules basic entry professional
Production
Program editor
Process analyzer
Online status
Batch scheduler
Alarm monitor
Production calendar
Batch report
Machine report
Service- and configuration tool
Optional OrgaTEX professional modules
PDA production downtimes
Plant navigator
Recipe
Recipe editor
Product data management
Article management/customer management
Stock control
Formula management
CSD Computer Supported Dyeing
Weighing
Paternoster
Integration of dye kitchen systems (SECOM controller)
CDC Central Dye kitchen Control
Interface to recipe systems (3
rd
party)
Interface to dye kitchen systems (3
rd
party)
Interface ERP/PPS
Interface continuous
Interface handling/transport systems
Web interface
OrgaTEX extensions basic entry professional
Number of connected controllers 25 1 10 not limited**
Number of workstations 1 1 5 *
** limited by Microsoft System licenses
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OrgaTEX the information
Interface between ERP and production
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carousel
OrgaTEX: scope of services
Modules
Production
PDA production downtimes
Plant navigator
Recipe
Stock control
Formula management
CSD Computer Supported
Dyeing
Weighing
Paternoster
Integration of dye kitchen
systems (SECOM controller)
CDC Central Dye kitchen
Control
Interface to recipe systems
(3
rd
party)
Interface to dye kitchen
systems (3
rd
party)
Interface ERP/PPS
Interface continuous
Interface handling/
transport systems
Web interface

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Headquarter
Agencies
Service stations
s c h e r m u l y t e x t i l e c o m p u t e r
SETEX Schermuly textile computer GmbH
Hauptstrae 2325
35794 Mengerskirchen
Germany
Phone: +49 6476 9147-0
Fax: +49 6476 9147-31
www.setex-germany.com
info@setex-germany.com
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