Before becoming embroidery, the fabric before must balance between its own humidity and the humidity of the surrounding air. The lack of moisture in the air is unpleasantly noticeable. Factories with no air-conditioning or those with a different air humidity system create difficulties during the weaving process, thus resulting in the breakage of the yarn and the creation of an electrified fabric.
American Textile Technology Institute has found that by increasing the relative humidity of the wool in the range of 60-70% during storage, an increase of 15% in its elasticity is achieved, which drastically reduces the breakage during weaving and spinning. By adjusting the humidity level with our misting systems, the stretchability and strength of all natural fibers are increased, static electricity is eliminated, workability of yarns and fibers is improved, the amount of waste is controlled and the comfort of employees in the workplace is increased.
HUMIDITY AND PROPERTIES OF THE YARN
- Water is a very important factor for the weight of the yarn.
- About 7% of dry cotton is made up of water.
- There is has 2-3% water in a dry synthetic yarn, such as polyamide.
- Up to 18% wool specific weight is made of water.
- Our air humidification systems make it possible to reduce the problem of suspended particles.
- When the air is moist, the yarn and dust absorb a large amount of moisture that increases the physical weight of the dust particles and thus prevents their easy spread into the air.
The problem of dry air is the problem that most often happens during the winter and the period when the rooms are heated. The problem of dry air endangers health and can cause several problems:
- Dry nose and eyes, irritation, pain
- Danger of infections, dry nostrils are very sensitive
- Headache due to frequent dehydration
- Increased evaporation of solvents, paints and adhesives.
- High concentration of dust in the air
- Static electricity
Appropriate air humidity, mainly between 55% and 70%, results in better production quality with minimal waste and time spent in production, which increases income.
It is highly present in the textile industry. It is known that the relative humidity of air, as well as the moisture content of the textile fibers, play a very important role in the reduction of static electricity. All textile fibers, when completely dry, have a very high resistance to electricity. However, as humidity increases, fibers absorb moisture and their resistance to electricity decreases with constant reduction electrostatic charge.
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