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Waste recycling in spinning mills – a value addition
From the point of textile manufacturing, various production wastes can be reused in textile industry. A study analyses the effect of waste type and blend ratio on the physical and mechanical properties of the yarns and the fabrics, produced with virgin and waste cotton fibres
Gentle spinning: A game changer
Basnt Fibretek explians the benifits in the process, cost and quality that can a game changer for the spining business.
Productive spinning with high short-fibre content
The best way to process shorter fibres and waste is with a Rieter rotor spinning machine. The order in which the upstream machines are placed depends on the short-fibre content of the raw material.
Spinning: A comeback tale
Despite uncertainties in the market created by Covid-19, the textile spinning and machinery and accessories industry is bouncing back with reported rise in orders.
A SHIELD against contamination, waste
USTER Jossi Vision Shield gives spunlace producers the confidence and security to avoid quality issues and its technology can cope with both IR and UV light ranges reliably detecting various types of foreign matter.
Raw material saving in blowroom & carding
The most important factor in the area of blowroom and cards is the raw material. A saving of 1% good fibres shows considerable effects, writes Simon Urrutia. At a customer in southern India, the rare opportunity presented itself to carry out a direct comparison of the blowroom and card waste. Running parallel there are a Rieter blowroom and carding section as well as a preparation line from another manufacturer, each with practically the same year of construction and almost the same production rate.
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