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Texturizing Machine is a Textiles Equipment for Yarn
Texturizing Machine

Texturizing Machine is a Textiles Equipment for Yarn

Texturizing Machine

Texturizing machine is used to synthetic filament yarn. A texturized yarns are made by introducing durable crimps, coils, and loops along the length of the filament yarn. Texturing yarns which are found in yarn market are used for the fabric for air bags due to low air permeability. This textiles equipment is also used for swimwear, sportswear, outerwear and sewing thread for extensible fabrics.

Function  of the Textile Equipment for Filament Yarn :

The functions of the textile equipment for filament yarn is given below –

  • Crepe Yarn for the textile equipment
  • Twisting yarn
  • Heat-Setting filament yarn
  • Texturising in Single Process for tall production efficiency.
  • Texturing machine is suitable for 60-300 denier Polyester FDY and other fabric
  • Very low power cost machine
  • Single-Deck structure for making filament yarn examine board
  • This textiles equipment is user friendly
  • This textiles equipment allows higher yarn speeds.

Specifications of Texturing Machine :

Specifications of the machine is stated here-

Specifications Name Specifications Value
Product Category Yarn
Machine Category Texturing Machine
Product Name Texturizing textiles equipment
Product Model According to Manufacturer of yarn market
Product Class New
Origin Made in China
Brand/ Manufacturer lathe
Agent in Bangladesh No/Yes
Power 220watts/100 watts
Temperature Normal
Certification SGS/Others
Production Capacity NA
Spindle Type φ60
Twist Range (Tpm) 600-2000
Spindle Spee(Rpm) 16000
Feed Package Dim φ70x240l
Feed Package Weight ( Gms.) 750
Take-Up Tube Length (mm) 135
Package Dia (Mm) 200
Weight On Take-Up( Gms) 1500
Heater Type Electric 4000mm tube
Temperature Adjustable Range  50-250°c
False-Twist Spindle Magnetic 150000 rpm
Description Suitable for texturing continuous polyamide and yarn paradise  from dtex 34 to dtex 156.

Textile Fiber from Jute

Another important characteristics of a textile fibre is its dimensional fineness. The thinner are the cross-sectional areas of the filaments the more of them can remain in the cross-section of a yarn of a specified diameter. Thus it follows from the textile considerations that very fine fibres are capable of under going high drafts so as to produce a fairly thin yarn and yet can maintain the requisite yarn strength. But in the case of jute fibre the dimensional fineness is worked out by the breakdown of the meshy structure through machine processing. The fibre entities produced at the card machine have divergent crosswidths and are capable of splitting further laterally to different extend till thein dividuals of similar category of fineness are obtained. B ut even with the finest filaments jute yarn as thin as very fine cotton yarn has not yet been a practical possibility. The thinnest all jute yarn which has been experimentally produced with the existing jute processing machinery is about 1/1/2 lbs/spyndle which is equivalent to only 7’s cotton count whereas the cotton yarn of 100’s count and even finer has been spun. The reason for this lies in the fundamental difference in cross widths of jute and cotton filaments dimensional fineness of jute is about five to ten times bigger than that of cotton. Fineness of individual jute filaments is somewhat, comparable to that of the coarse wool fibres such as corriedale wool. The general impression from the spinner’s point of view that jute is an important textile fibre as it is coarss and rough to the feel and
does not have the pliability, smoothness and suppleness without fluffiness possessed by a good class textile fibre.

A jute filament is considered stiff and hard, which mean that the elastic qualities particularly suitable for very fine spinning are lacking with jute. This is because jute prior to mechanical processing needs treated with batching emulsion to improve its suppleness and to reduce its stiffness to some extent. L ow bending property and moderately high tensile elasticity fovour the application of more twist but torsional rigidity of a jute filament is about ten times higher than of cotton and about five times than that of wool fibre. While its torsional rigidity is about two third that of cotton and about three-fourth that of wool.

With these characteristics of jute in view, possibilities should be explored to break through into specialized outlets in which jute would be able to substitute cotton, wool, linen and other textile fibres natural and synthetics, either as all jute texture or in union or in blends. From the scattered records of indigenous literatures and memoirs of the foreign visitors it is evident of Bangladesh. Mainamati folksongs mention about patsari a kind of all jute handloom cloth which was extensively used by the poor people particularly of the Eastern and Northern Bengal. Dyed jute fabric with red strips was also used for making mosquito nets. Thus there is nothing new about the idea that jute can be made into coarse fabrics for weaving apparel. There has been fantastic changes and innovations made in the textile technology since the handloom age, but in the field of jute spinning not much advancement has been made since the machine processing started at Dundee about the middle of the last century. Neither cotton nor woolen textile machinery can suitably be adopted for jute processing. The present jute processing machinery which are by no means designed to make fine yarns although it has been possible to produce 2/1/2 lbs. yarn with them at a much reduced rate of production

 

Raw material (Yarn) used:

In Auto Knit Fabrics Ltd. cotton of carded, combed, compact, polyester in filament or textured form, mélange of ecru or cotton mélange etc. yarn of different brand used according to buyers’ requirements. Insertion of elastomeric filaments like spandex of various international brands is common here. Stripes are knitted with dyed, undyed, mercerized, non mercerized yarn. Organic cotton yarn can also be provided if required.

Fabric Design produced:

Auto Knit Fabrics Ltd. is capable of producing stripes of any width and enormous colors. The engineering stripes machines are used for producing such fabrics. Except this feeder stripes are also produced. Single jersey fabrics and its derivatives like la-cost, polo-pique, terry fleece etc are produced. Rib and interlock fabrics and their different derivatives such as 2×2, 6×3 etc are also produced. Different figured fabrics can be produced by semi jacquard machined by varying the tucking lengths and looping sequences.

Collar and cuffs of any designs are produced here in the semi jacquard and jacquard machines. The jacquard design can be computerized and easily transferred to the knitting machine by Floppy disks. The yarn that used in the body fabric is also used in producing collar and cuff.

 Production capacity:

The circular knitting section has 14 – 15 ton per day production capacity.

Recently it is producing 9 – 10 ton per day.

 Fabric inspection and quality check:

Before any finishing process quality of a fabric should be inspected. This inspection is done by point systems i.e. for various defects are specified penalty points are given to the faulty fabrics. In Auto Knit Fabrics Ltd. 4 point system is used for fabric quality assurance. Here the maximum defect point is 4.

In this case if the total defect points per 100 yd2 are 40 or more the fabric should be rejected. Here fabric is checked by two Calator Ruck fabric inspection machine of Germany.

Remark:

We complete the training in knitting section in three working days. In this limited time proper observation on every stage of production is not possible. But we tried hard to give our maximum concentration on different stages of production processes. Costing and organ gram is not provided. For this reason these are not included on this report. The individual machinery analysis was not possible due to time shortages. The deviation of general equation of GSM found in the production but reason is still in dark. Data included is collected by asking officials only, from machine logos or from batch cards. For this reason perfection of all data is not claimed.

Features of Texturizing Machine Yarn Paradise:

The features of the machine which makes yarn paradise that is given below-

  • Lowest production cost  for yarn
  • Heavy equipment for yarn
  • Best heater allows excellent power saving
  • Single-deck frame structure for excelent yarn speeds.
  • Texturing machine allows higher operator convenience
  • Spindle design of energy saving
  • Sturdy gearbox and fully oil bath lubricated
  • Anti static oil with continuous pickup system
  • Texturizing Machine is used for yarn paradise  which is found in yarn market
  • Texturizing Machine is used for yarn paradise
texturing Machine for yarn paradise
Texturizing Machine Parts

 

[1] Md. Ferdus Alam, B.Sc. in Textile Engineering, Southeast University, Cell # 1723300700,  Email: ferdus.j@gmail.com

 

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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