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Wet processing flow chart for cotton.

wet processing flow chart for Cotton

The main aim of wet processing is take a gray cloth and make them finished fabric as it can make garments by take them into too many wet processing technique. Wet processing process makes a fabric more useable, more fineness, and more attractive to the consumer. Wet processing is a two single word but means one think but if it describes, and then it will be a vast process. Wet process is a process which starts with a process and gets the end by step by step process. One uncompleted process can ruin the next process so each process is equally important.

 

Wet processing is so much important specially for natural fiber! cotton is one of them. wet processing is a step to take for make a fiber appropriate to make it yearn. cotton fiber’s has impurities and its contain the unusable material into the yearn so that its resist to use those fiber. sometime wet processing makes the cotton more smooth and usable. maximum count of yearn also depend on good quality wet processing. Cotton is on of them who is listed in the high valuable natural fiber so extra take care of cotton is important. Let’s have a look on the flow chart of cotton.

 

Wet processing flow chart for cotton are given blew:

Inspection of gray cloth

Stitching

Brushing

Shearing Or cropping

Singing

De-sizing

Washing

Scouring

Bleaching

Shoring

Washing

Drying

Merchandising

Long cloth white finishing

Washing

washing

Drying

Stentorian

Dying

Bathing in roller
Printing
Steaming

Stentorian

Calendaring

Folding Or rolling

Packing

Bailing

I mention the follow chart on this article best of my knowledge by searching on the web. if i missed something to mention on this article please let me know by leave a comment on the comment box are given blew the article.

Md Mustak Ahmed: He is Editor-in-Chief of Textile Student Blog, researcher and article writer on textile technology. He is managing director of Bornomala Foundation, Magura, Bangladesh.