Cotton,Yarn,Cloth Waste Recycling.[ See Video']
Cotton & Cloth Waste.
Cotton Waste,Yarn Waste Recycling
Fabric Waste Recycling.
What Happens to Cotton & Fabric Wastes.
During Spinning and after Weaving waste produced normally are sold by many Textile Mills.The Merchants who buy these waste are Suppliers of Raw materials to many Waste Mills and in some cases they also supply to open end Spinning Mills,as open end yarn can be spun with such waste along with virgin cotton.
The yarn that is Spun using waste goes mostly to course cloth like Denims and such fabrics as cleaning cloth.It may be used even in Carpets and Floor Mats if spun on Waste Spinning System which is altogether is different.
As you have seen in the Videos above the waste is opened in tough heavy beaters rotating at over 400 to 1000 beats per inch of material fed.This tears the waste gets rid of all dirt's by air suction system used at each beating point and heavy dirt and falling in to pits and metal objects sucked by magnets before they enter any beating points.
The end result is just like cotton as you can see in the Videos.This is packed in to Bales and dispatched to Mills who consume them to produce the yarn they need.
The process is now most Modern and has High production capability.They are also very strong machines and need more cleaning and better maintainability.
The Quality of yarn depends on the system of controls that the Spinning Mill maintains.
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