Maintain optimal Relative Humidity (RH) in textile manufacturing

  • A critical part of the process in textile production is properly maintained humidity levels, usually between 50% and 65% - this will result in improved quality and minimal downtime or rejections.
  • Ideal humidity levels will actually increase the tensile strength of all natural fibres. Enhanced production capacity and reduced waste creates a more profitable operation.
  • As a bonus, static electricity can be removed making the yarn more workable and controllable resulting in less yarn separation. It also controls ‘cotton fly’ and residual airborne lint !

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