Process flow of Wet Processing | Flow Chart of Wet Processing

Process flow of Wet Processing | Flow Chart of Wet Processing

In this article , garment merchandising will let you know about Process flow of Wet Processing | Flow Chart of Wet Processing.  The way in which the grey fabric is dyed is termed wet process technology. Usually wet processing rest on on buyer’s request. Presume that your buyer needs the more summarized dyed fabric; so during this fact you must mercerize your fabric during the dyeing pre-treatment process. Fundamentally if the client doesn’t need that so called specific fabric there’s no have to mercerize your fabric.

Process Flow Chart of Textile Wet Process Technology


  1. Grey Fabric Inspection


  2. sewing or Stitching



   3. Brushing


   4. Croping


   5. singeing


   6. DE sizing


   7.  Scouring


   8. Bleaching


    9. Mercerizing


  10. Dyeing


  11. Printing


  12. Finishing


  13. Final Inspection


 14. Delivery


 

Grey Fabric Inspection:


After manufacturing fabric it’s examined in an inspection Table. It’s the method to get rid of neps, warp end breakage, weft end breakage, hole spot.

Stitching:


To upsurge the length of the material for creating appropriate for processing is termed stitching. It’s done by plain sewing m/c.

Brushing:


To eradicate the dirt, dust, loose fibre & loose ends of the warp & weft threads is thought as brushing.

Shearing / Cropping:

The process through which  the attached ends of the warp & weft thread is removed by cutting by the knives or blades is termed shearing. Shearing is completed for cotton & cropping for jute. After Shearing or cropping fabrics goes under singeing process.

 

Singeing:

The process through which  the bulging / projecting fibers are far away from the materials by burning / heat to extend the smoothness of the fabric is named singeing. If compulsory each side of material are singed.

DE sizing:


The process through which  the sizing mtls (starch) are far away from the material is thought as de sizing. This must be done before printing.

Scouring:


The process through which  the natural impurities (oil, wax, fat etc) & added/external/adventitious impurities (dirt, dust etc) are far away from the material is named scouring. It’s done by strong NaOH.

Souring:


The process through which  the alkali are far away from the scoured fabric with dilute acid solution is thought as souring.

Bleaching:


The process by which the natural colors (nitrogenous substance) are far away from the material to form the material pure & permanent white is thought as bleaching. It’s done by agent.

Mercerizing:


The process through which  the cellulose mtls/substance are preserved with highly concentrated .NaOH to impart some properties like strength, absorbency capacity, luster is thought as mercerizing. It’s elective. If the fabrics are 100% export oriented then it’s done by highly concentrated NaOH (48-52° Tw).

Dyeing:

A process through which  fibres, yarns, or fabrics are colored , either with natural or synthetic dyes is called dyeing.

Printing:


A process for producing a design on yarns, warp, fabric, or carpet by any of an outsized number of printing methods. The color or other treating material, typically within the kind of a paste, is deposited onto the material that is then commonly treated with steam, heat, or chemicals for fixation.

Finishing:


Then finishing treatment are done consistent with buyer requirements so folding, packaging, and ultimately delivery.

 

 

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