The present activities of the company involve processes that go into producing quality yarn. The best quality raw cotton is processed in state-of-the-art machineries using the latest technical know-how, to produce the finest quality yarn.
To get an uniform end product consistently from highly variable characteristics of input fibres, mixing of different lots is done. Grading or segregation takes place before mixing to remove unwanted contamination in cotton.
Blow room consists of a sequence of different machines that carry out Opening, Cleaning, thorough Mixing and decreasing the tuft size smaller and smaller, to feed material to Carding uniformly and continuously.
Card is the heart of the spinning mill" and "Well carded is half spun" are two proverbs of the experts. The purpose of Carding is to open tufts to individual fibres, neps reduction, elimination of dust and orientation of fibres into sliver form.
The object of draw frame is to double and draft the slivers and thereby make even sliver and parallelization of fibres i.e. hooks created at Carding are removed.
The object of Lap Former is preparation of Lap from slivers with optimum parallelized fibres and feeding of trailing hooks from Carding as leading hooks at Comber to reduce long fibre loss in the noil.
Combing is the process which is used to upgrade the raw material and to produce an improvement in yarn quality by elimination of short fibres, elimination of remaining impurities and elimination of neps.
The object of Fr. draw frame is to double and draft the slivers and thereby make even sliver, parallelization of fibres and auto leveling of linear density variations in feeding to get constant linear density of output sliver.
The object of Simplex is to produce roving suitable to feed Ring frame by means ofattenuation - drafting of sliver, twisting the drafted strand and winding the twisted roving on a bobbin.
Functions of Ring frame are to draft the roving until the required fineness is achieved, to impart strength to the fibre, by inserting twist and to wind up the twisted strand (yarn) in a form suitable for storage, transportation and further processing.
The object of Autoconer is to eliminate the faults and contamination in yarn and joining the ends with splice and winding of long and continuous yarn into conical shape to facilitate at further processes.
The object of Reeling is to convert yarn in the form of hanks which are mostly suitable for hand looms or dyeing purpose.
The object of packing is to check visual defects and pack the material suitable for storage and transportation with necessary labels.