Name of Wastes Produce in Cotton Yarn Spinning | Wastes Name and Producing area of Cotton Spinning

Posted by Firoz Kabir on Tuesday, July 8, 2014 0

 Cotton fiber contains huge amount of dusts, foreign matters, seed and other particles. During spinning of cotton yarn some wastes produce at different stages. Some of them are re-useable and some are not. Now we are mentioning their name and producing area or machines.

DROPPING 1
It is produced in carding machine. In export mill it is not used. But in rotor spinning it is usable.

DROPPING 2
Produced in blow room. In export mill it is not used. But in rotor spinning it is usable.

HARD WASTE 
Produced in ring frame and winding section. It is non usable waste.

MICRO DUST
We collect these dust from A/C plant. It is non usable waste.

FILTER WASTE
 Produced at different section of spinning mill and collect from A/C plant.

DIRTY COTTON
It is produced because of wrong worker handle.

FINE DUST
 It is collected from A/C plant. It is non usable waste.

SWEEPING
 Produced at different section of spinning mill and collect from A/C

PNEUMAFIL
Produced in ring frame. When end breaks form then increase pneumafil. It is usable waste. Mainly it is used in rotor spinning mill. In Outpace spinning mill it is not used. plant. It is non usable waste.

ROVING
Produced in Simplex and Ring frame. These waste is usable. It use again in lay down. It increase because of wrong worker handling and also

BONDA
Produced in Ring frame. If cotton bale contain more short fibre then Bonda waste will be increased. It also depend on high end breaks and also Temperature and RH%. Bonda is usable waste. But it is not used in export spinning mill. Mainly it is used in rotor spinning mill machine fault.

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Md. Firoz Kabir(M.Sc in Textile Engineering)

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