Our cotton blends are created through mixing processes which incorporate the required parameters based on key cotton characteristics. Additionally, the mixing department conditions the lay down before the opening and cleaning process takes place.
The air flow in the blow room creates the desired conditions to open and clean cotton, remove micro dust, and recycle the waste. Our blow room consists of a variety of machines that carry out the different processes and achieve the required processing intensity as the tuft size of cotton becomes smaller and smaller.
The carding process is a very important stage in the treatment of cotton fibers. It opens the tuft into a single fiber, eliminates impurities and neps, removes short fibers and condenses the fibers into Sliver. The Carding process ensures efficient processing and enables us to achieve the highest standards in cotton cleanliness.
Drawing is the final process that improves quality and impacts the evenness of Sliver. The aim of this process is to straighten the fibers and reduce the size of the strand. This is done by gradually sliding fibers past each other without breaking the continuity.
The Simplex machine prepares cotton Sliver for the roving process by treating the drawn Sliver before it enters the ring frame. We ensure parameters are carefully set to produce the specified count yarn. Roving is the step between Sliver and yarn and at this point the loose fibers are rubbed into a single strand with minimal twists reducing the Sliver to the appropriate size for spinning.
Ring spinning elongates the roving as it is passed through rollers. The ring spinning machine is used to twist and wind the roving into a special form of bobbin.
Auto Cone is the link between the last stages of yarn manufacturing and the first stage of fabric manufacturing.
The primary objective of this process is to assemble the long length yarn into a packaged form suitable for subsequent procedures such as weaving and knitting.