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Linen Washing Machine
Linen Washing Machine

What is Linen Washing Machine?

Linen Washing Machine

Linen Washing Machine is automatic machine , just have one function: cloth washing. Linen Washing Machine usually use together with TL hydro extractor for dehydration and series industrial drying machine . The linen machine adopts horizontal and drum-type structure. Linen mc has advantages of new pattern, reasonable structure, easy operation and long-life service.

Working instruction of Linen Washing MachineLinen Pre-Treatment Process

Buyer Abc buyer .
Ref # Linen mc.
Style Men’s short sleeve b/d collar shirt.
Quantity Follow  the  order  sheet , plus/ minus quantity = 5 %.
Delivery T.b.c
Fabric 65%linen 35% cotton. (solid & print)
Inter lining Paper fused at collar,band & front  placket.
Main label Spring  field att  at   yoke  inside   2 cm  below  fm   band  edge  (4 side sts) .
Size With  in  main  label  .
Fit label “ regular fit ” att at 5 mm below from main label.

( 2 side sts).

Extra  label N/a.
Care  label Att  at  l.h. S  seam  12  cm up fm btm hem

(as  sample) ,

Button(4 hole  ) 14/l collar b/d = 2 pcs, 18/l neck= 1 pce, front= 6 pcs.

(as sample)

Spare btn Att at lower  in   side   18/l 1 pce & 14/l 1pce. 18/l 5 cm & 14/l 3.5 cm up fm  btm  hem.
Cuff N/a
Collar stay N/a .
Collar Hidden b/down collar (single  layer) .band inside & b/d loop cotrast fab.
Front 3 cm  rolling with 3 cm  pointed facing.( as sample). Emb at  left chest.(as worn).
Back  2 pleat at back. Pleat depth 5mm.( as sample).
Yoke Double.
Pocket N/a.

 

Working instruction of Linen Washing Machine 1

Short sleeve 3 cm width  5mm welted kansai  b4 side seam.
Lower 2.5  cm  rolling. ( as sample).
Hem 6 mm tail  btm .
Pack Stand up pack.
Neck board Use.
Collar insert Use.
Butter fly Use.
Clip  4 pcs metal clip (logo).
Pin N/a .
Tissue Use –2 pcs .
Back board size. 1 pce.
Folding size Tbc.
Cuff  presentation Show.

 

Demirilization

  • Invatex CRA=0.5 g/l
  • Invatex CS=0.5g/l
  • 80OCX10`
  • Albafluid –C=1.0 g/l
  • Invatex CRA=0.6 /l
  • Amplex DS=05 g/l
  • Albaflow JET=0.05 g/l
  • Reduzin OS=1.0 g/l
  • NaOH=2.5 g/l
  • H2O2= 8.0 g/l
  • 980CX20`

Shrinkage:

Knitted fabric tends to change dimensions in length and width after being taken off the machine. The more favorable conditions for fabric’s relaxation provided during washing. Change of dimensions after knitting can create major problem in garments and fabrics especially. Those produce from hydrophilic fibers such as wool and cotton. Knitting from

Thermoplastic fiber and synthetic fibers such as nylon and polyester can be heat set to shape or to dimensions that are retained unless the setting conditions are exceeded during washing and wearing.

Alkylphenols (APs) and Alkylphenol Ethoxylates (APEOs)

Alkylphenol Ethoxylates are considered to be harmful and toxic to the environment and possible endocrine disrupters. The most common usage is in detergent products and emulsifying agents. The second most common use is in textile processing (in particular with fibres such as linen and silk, whose naturally occurring gums and resins make them difficult to wet out) where it is used in various textiles auxiliaries including wetting agents and in the manufacture of water based pigment pastes to improve pigment dispersion.

The use of APs and APEOs specifically containing Octyl Phenols (OP) & Nonylphenols is restricted in all areas of David Howard production.

Nonylphenol Ethoxylate (NPEO), Octylphenol and their Ethoxylates (Alkyl Ethoxylates)

David Howard do not accept the use of any of the above chemicals in the production or processing of our goods.

APPEARANCE AFTER WASH

This method has been developed as there are no national or international standards based on this method at the present time.

SCOPE

To determine the degree of appearance retention after machine washing.

PRINCIPLE

A finished/completed garment is washed and assessed against an unwashed garment for deterioration in appearance.

APPARATUS

  1. Automatic washing machine as specified in BS EN 26330:1994
  1. Commercially available detergent
  1. Grey scales for assessing change in colour as BS EN 20105 A2
  1. Veri-vide light cabinet (or equivalent) with lectern
  1. Drying facilities as applicable to garment care label, flat or hang or tumble dryer as             specified in BS EN 26330:1994

CONDITIONING & TESTING ATMOSPHERE

It is not necessary to condition samples nor carry out the testing or assessment in a standard atmosphere. Ordinary room conditions are satisfactory provided the correct procedure is followed.

TEST SPECIMENS

Minimum of two finished/complete garments

PROCEDURE

Make wash load up to 2kg

  1. Place one garment in the washing machine
  1. Add detergent, sufficient to give 3cm running suds and sodium perborate (ECE detergent to be used at a ratio of 4:1 with sodium perborate).
  1. Run the machine (select programme to match garment care label).
  2. Dry according the garment care label instructions
  1. Compare the washed specimen with the unwashed duplicate in the light cabinet             under artificial daylight D65.

RESULTS

Assess garment for cross staining using grey scales

Assess garment for shade change using grey scales

Assess the appearance of the garment for the following areas:

Creasing of Garment

(If creasing is evident, iron to care label and re-assess garment)

Differential Shrinkage within garment

Distortion of garment around attached components (e.g. Zips)

Distortion of garment around embelishment (e.g. Embroidery)

Deterioration of trims

Breakage or distortion of seams

Skewing of the garment

Overall appearance of the garment – Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory

REPORT

Grades for Cross Staining & Colour Loss

Visual observations on change in garment appearance as outlined above.

Special instruction of Linen Washing Machine

  • Wash : gmts wash with softner.
  • iron : no iron only steam.
  • lining colour : white.
  • inter lining  art no : 6050 for collar, band & f/plkt facing. (s/cut) .
  • s.p.i – 12/13.
  • contrast : printed contrast fab use at collar b/d loop & inside band.
  • Edge stitch at collar joint, band joint,collar b/d loop & f/plkt faching.
  • 5mm top sts at collar,f/shoulder & back yoke.
  • 6 mm frence  seam  at armhole .
  • btn st colour: contrast.
  • Side seam  feed of the arm both side at front,   st to st gap 6mm .
  • Hole  measurement: neck  seam to 1st  hole  5.5 cm   restof hole 9.5 cm  .
  • btn att thread cross & lock stc.
  • collar point        –    6 cm.
  • collar height    –     4 cm.
  • band height        –     3 cm.
  • collar space       –     1 cm.
  • collar spread    –     7 cm.
  • hang tag  &  fitting  tag  att. At body 1st btn with string .
  • round  size  sticker  att. At  poly top  (l.h.s)1″ fm edge  & bottom  (r.h.s) 1″ fm edge .
  • long  size  sticker : inside of collar insert of linen washing machine

About Engr. Kh. Mashiur Rahman

He is Garment Automation Technologist and Editor in Chief of Autogarment. He is certified Echotech Garment CAD Professional-China, Aptech-India, NCC-UK and B.Sc. in CIS- London Metropolitan University, M.Sc. in ICT-UITS. He is working as a Successful Digital Marketer and Search Engine Specialist in RMG sector during 2005 to till now. Contact him- apparelsoftware@gmail.com

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