Short Staple Spinning Flow Chart | Carded and Combed Yarn Manufacturing Processes

Posted by Firoz Kabir on Sunday, December 8, 2013 0



 In short staple spinning three types of spinning systems are available in a wide range. In ring spinning carded and combed yarn are produced according to the requirement of yarn quality, price as well as time consumption. Carded yarns are highly used for medium quality and average count, used for all kinds of fabrics.

Flow Chart for Carded Yarn Manufacturing Process:


Fiber → Blow Room   →     Lap
                Lap   →        Carding   →   Card Sliver
Card Sliver →   1st Drawing Frame →   Drawn Sliver
  Drawn Sliver    →     2nd Drawing Frame   → Drawn Sliver
Drawn Sliver →    Simplex   →   Roving
Roving    →   Ring Frame   →   Yarn
Winding
Reeling
Bundling
Bailing

 Comb yarn is very much high quality yarns in comparison with card yarn cause of here more short fiber and naps as well as impurities are removed through the combing action. Superior quality yarns can produce in using combing machine to the machine sequence. In cotton count, higher the number finer the yarns will be. Combed yarns have high count number with best quality in using fabric making.
 
Combed cotton yarn manufacturing process:

Fiber → Blow Room   →     Lap
                Lap   →        Carding   →   Card Sliver
Card Sliver →   Pre-Comb Drawing Frame →   Sliver (Pre-Drawing)
Sliver    →   Lap Former →   Lap
    Lap     →     Comber →       Comb Sliver
Comb Sliver   →     Post-Comb Drawing Frame   → Drawn Sliver (Post-Drawing)
Drawn Sliver →    Simplex   →   Roving
Roving    →   Ring Frame   →   Yarn
Winding
Reeling
Bundling
Bailing

 For high quality fabric making combed yarns are frequently used as to make luxurious garments. Comfort as well as handling appeal is much higher in the case of garments made of combed yarns.
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Md. Firoz Kabir(M.Sc in Textile Engineering)

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