Journal of Textile Science & Engineering

ISSN: 2165-8064

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Abdul Salaam A Bagwan

Mukesh Patel School of Technology and Engineering,
Shirpur, Maharashtra

  • Review Article
    Card Setting: A Factor for Controlling Sliver Quality and Yarn
    Author(s): Abdul Salaam A Bagwan and Kailas JadhavAbdul Salaam A Bagwan and Kailas Jadhav

    In carding different organs revolved at different speed which was impact on sliver quality. Fiber opened with blow room fed to Card in the small tuft form and furthers it open again and individualization of fiber takes place in between cylinder and flats, finally fibers were converted into sliver form. In order to obtain better sliver quality the setting parameters of card and machinery condition plays important role, small deviation in machine setting parameter and speeds leads to produce inferior sliver quality The Neps is a undesirable factor which reduce the quality of the yarn and ultimately reduces the cost of the final products, In order to reduce the neps and improvement in card sliver quality an experiment trials were conducted at carding on DK760 Trutzschler card by changing setting of cylinder and flat, cylinder to doffer respectively. Carded material proce.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2165-8064.1000246

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