- Rieter is frequently asked which yarn it recommends for which application. The question is not always easy to answer because the application range of the yarn depends on the requirements placed on the end-product, the economic demands of the spinning plant as well as the customer base of the yarn manufacturer. The following information is designed to help decide which Com4® yarn is the best for the individual customer and for the textile application.
- Detection of foreign fibres in spinning preparation is an indispensible part of the spinning process today. Several generations of THE VISION SHIELD by Jossi Systems have contributed decisively to this development.
- With the launch of the E 80 Comber, Rieter is again shifting the boundaries of what is possible in combing. New superlatives in performance are being achieved in terms of quality, output and economy.
- By creating a new range of patterns on the FL 20/16, the product developers at KARL MAYER have succeeded in developing something new and innovative that is set to revolutionise the production of sari fabrics.
The per capita nonwoven fabric consumption in India, which was 155 gm sometime ago, is expected to touch to 350 gm by 2015 and 600 gm by 2020, whereas the per capita consumption of nonwovens in developed markets such as US and Western Europe is around 3 - 3.5 kg. The global market for nonwovens is around...
Eco textile processing & its role in sustainable development
Years of human ignorance has diminished our natural resources and aged our planet. Now, people are making an effort to change the way they are treating the planet. Being more environmentally conscious about the impact materials used for fashion...
Techno-economics of woven silk union fabrics
From the field survey and interactions held with the exporters, it is observed that new product development is the prime area that should be concentrated for future expansion of the silk industry (Naik 2010). Consumer markets are changing fast, with rapid growth in...