Basics of cotton threads Nature has given cotton a quality that make it a smoother, softer and a comfortable choice. Cotton cloth, sheets etc do not get sticky with your skin due to its properties. It can be realized properly more easily than other fabrics. Quality of the cotton depends on the length of the individual fabric
Cotton thread is a tightly strand of two or more ply of thread that makes a circle when cut in cross sections. It is used for hand sewing and in home sewing machines. They are made up of the cellulose that is taken up by plants and used to stitch fabric like linen, rayon and cotton that also have plan origin. Plan based fabrics may shrink, and cotton thread also have the same shrinkage property. Cotton thread does not have property of stretching. Cotton is also used to hold the piece of garments together
Process of cotton thread Cotton arrives at the mills in large bales. Natural fibre like cotton and wool are spun before they can be woven into cloth. There are various steps that complete the process of cotton to cotton threads. These steps are to be followed
Process of cotton thread Sorting, bale-breaking and blending: When the cotton bale arrived at mill, the cotton were opened and mixed. Many lots of bales are opened and blended together. Any variation between the bales are removed and minimized properly.
Process of cotton thread Cleaning by Woving, scutching and lapping: when the raw cotton are mixed properly, it still contain some dirt that have to be removed properly. Cleaning process is done through willowing and scutching. These both processes are done through different machines in similar way
Process of cotton thread Carding: Next, the sheets of cotton are made into the long length of cotton called silvers. Carding is the process that is actually done through hands using brushes that has stiffed wires. The laps are fed into the last end of the machine. The main job of machine is to make parallel spuns Drawing and Roving: After the carding process is done, the cotton silvers are needed to be stretched thinned and made more solid. This is done through roving and drawing process. The cylinders containing the cotton silvers were fed into draw frames. The silver have to be passed to machines 3 times. These tubes are twisted by a roving machines to strengthen it.
Process of cotton thread Spinning: The final step is the spinning process. This process turns cotton silvers into yarns. Yarn is the name given to the long length of cotton threads that is done in weaving process. The machines pull, stretch and twist the cotton into cotton threads.
About Cotton Thread Manufactures and Suppliers Nagpal Threads Factory introduces themselves as the leading manufacturers of cotton threads. We manufacture threads of different diameters, in long and continuous length. Our range of products stands the expectations of the customers in terms of quality and durability. The threads that are manufactured by us are used textiles, sewing, weaving, embroidery etc. we provides other products like cable ties, tag pins, loop pins, other variety of threads with numerous colors.
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