Spinning process

Blowing

Hard and pressed raw cotton is broken up,alien substrances are removed, and then the carding machine is opened to prepare for the carding process.

Carding

The noils and alien substances, still remaining in the fiber after blowing, are removed, and fibers are placed in parallel at fixed length and direction to from slivers so that threads can be sasily pulled out. Then the threads are wound as coils inside a can.

Combing

Noils and naps cannot be completely removed by the carding process alone. To produce premiun threads of thin yarn count, noils and naps must be removed.
The fibers are combed with a fine comb to make them fully parallel.

Drawing

Every six to nine slivers produced from carding or combing process are combined and drawn to make on sliver. This process is repeated.
The thickeness of sliver must be made regular by careful arrangement of thin and thic parts. In other words, the thickness and uniformity of cotton threads are adjusted at this stage.

Roving

This is an intermediate process before the slivers are produced from the drawing process to become threads. To release uniform threads that are easy to handle, the drawn slivers must be made thinner and given a twist to produce roving. Then the roving is wound to the bobbin in a fixed shape.

Ring Spinning

The rovings are drafted in a required thickness and given a twist. Then the threads are released and wound to the Ring Spinning Bobbin.

Cone Winding

The prins produced from the Ring Spinning process are wound while removing yarn inperfections and applying tension in a cheese shape depending on the application to produce finished products with given specifications.

Inspection /Boxing

Perform a visual inpsection of the appearance of finished cones produced from the Cone Winding process and measure weights by a scale.

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