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Jul 23, 2016 | 12:43 PM
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REF. SAR10157: SHORT BENNINGER OPEN WIDTH WASHING LINE


Still in operation & in good condition.
YOC: 1980
Max . Width: 260 cms
Speed : 15 to 35 M/ Min.
Max liquor: 1600 Ltr.
Max. Pressure: 6 Ton

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Cotton Fiber white fly honeydew contamination and its correlation towards neps and Fiber preparation



Cotton fiber is frequently found to be contaminated 'Honey dew' secretion created by white flies.

These are normally found with African species more due to conditions under which Cotton there is grown. African Cotton is almost all grown non-irrigated and in vast areas in savanna stretched regions.

These areas have a large number of white flies which love cotton buds. Their secretion contains a sticky substance called 'Honey dew'.

Nothing is more disturbing to the Spinning personnel than 'Honey dew'. Fibers stick together, they are difficult to open and clean, as well as tend to be easily damaged during the mechanical process in blowroom, and carding. Mechanical forces will break fibers and create more neps as a result, as well as fiber fly in the spinning process.

'Honey dew' can have serious effects on yarn quality and spinning mill operation. A thorough check is required by the purchaser to make sure that 'Honey dew' contamination is controlled. You do not want to end up with a lot being contaminated. In most cases the buyer leaves technical personnel with little choices. A well planned blending with other varieties should be kept a regular standard and must be rigorously checked.


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Jul 29, 2016 | 11:30 AM
Heinz Rainer

ABOUT SPINNING APRONS -

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In practical usage, spinning aprons will need to be scoured after a prolonged time of use. During drafting, spinning aprons will remove seed coat fragments in microform from 0.1 microns to much larger ones.

This is essential as seedcoatfragments cause disturbances during the spinning process, as well as create yarn quality problems. Whilst not being a cleaning element in spinning process per se, spinning aprons fulfill an important function within the spinning process.

By and large a fiber guiding device, spinning aprons also will have an important influence on yarn evenness.

In synthetic - and man made fiber usage, spinning aprons will require more cleaning ( scouring ) due to use of anti slip - fiber to fiber friction - fiber to metal friction -, and antistatic -oleofins used by fiber manufacturers.
These agents are applied on man made or synthetic fibers approx. 0.01 % of fiber weight processed.

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form deposits within a short time of operation, and are required to be removed by scouring with hyrocarbons such as TCE, DCE or IPA. Alcohols will effectively remove deposits from the apron surface. ( toxicity and environmental risks are to be taken seriously, disposal must be in accordance with environmental laws.)

(WARNING USE WITH CAUTION:



1 drop of the chemicals can contaminate thousands of gallons of water. A suitable activated carbon filter should be applied to remove any residual liquids. Protective gear such as facemasks and gloves must be used during scouring for effective protection.)

Unless such deposits are removed, fiber guidance and flow will be hindered and in case a new lot is processed will cause disruption in spinning due to different agents used. As a result also yarn quality parameters will suffer.

It is therefore a requisite to scour spinning aprons regularily as part of a preventive maintenance plan.

In three shift operations this should take place at least once every 3-4 weeks or 125 hours.


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