Air-jet looms can produce typical home and clothing textiles for goods like shirts, jeans, sheets, towels, and sportswear, as well as industrial applications like printed circuit board cloths. Heavier yarns work better on air-jet looms than lighter yarns. Plaids, as well as dobby and jacquard textiles, may be woven using air-jet looms.


  • PROCESS 01 Warping

    Warping is the first step of fabric manufacturing process. After winding, warping process is done for making a weavers beam. Weavers beam is produced from a set of yarns of same yarn count or different. In most of the cases we see that different yarn count is used for making sacking fabrics in jute mills. But most of the fabrics are produced from same yarn count. It is noted that all requirement depends on the fabric structure. Production of Weavers beams depending on the fabric structure. Fabric structure plays an important role in fabric manufacturing process.

  • PROCESS 02 Weaving

    Air jet loom is a shuttle less weaving equipment that adopts jet stream as the force to inserting the weft through the shed. Air jet weaving looms have the features of high speed and high yield. It is one of the most favourable weaving equipment due to convenient management, wide adaptability, high speed, high efficiency and low noise.

  • PROCESS 03 Selvage Name Writer

    We can weave any word or sentence on the fabric using the Selvage name writer machine, adding attractiveness to the fabric.

  • PROCESS 04 Mending

    Mending is a fabric repair method that involves re-weaving yarn into the fabric of a garment or upholstery item to patch a hole in a seamless manner. The method is called as Mending

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