Laboratory Wet Processing & Finishing Machines are used for printing, dyeing and finishing the fiber in the aqueous state. Since these tasks are carried out in aqueous state, the machine is called as the wet processing machine. The aqueous state is prepared using water which is soft in nature. The machines are capable of delivering high-grade qualitative fabric
Pre and Post Processing is the recent methodology evolved to replace the conventional screen printing. This equipment is computer operated due to which it has become possible to eliminate human-caused errors completely. Digital printing technologies have facilitated us to produce dynamic, creative and quality product in less time.
Yarn steamer provides the required moisture and heating which allow easy access to transfer the dye to the fiber in reasonable time duration. This machine is capable of producing both high temperature and medium temperature steam as per the requirements. It is made of a high-quality stainless steel material that gives the product durability and strength.
This equipment is used to weave and knit fabric form both natural and synthetic fiber. It works by making rigid dye liquor contact with the fiber rope and delivers high-quality dyeing experience. Overflow Dyeing Machines prevent building up of steam in the dye-bath which makes it long lasting.
Yarn Dyeing Machine is used to provide the required nourishment in order to make the yarn compatible for the weaving, winding, twisting, and turfing processes. This machine is capable of adjusting the moisture level and heat setting responsible for producing strong and elongated yarn. Conditioning machine eliminates the stress on the fabric for the better dyeing conditions.
Continuous Dyeing Machine is one of the frequently used equipments of the textile industry. In this machine, the textile substrate is continuously fed into dyeing range. The equipment comes into three variant viz Pad-Steam Process, Pad-Dry Process and Thermosol Process. They provide very high-speed dyeing experience as the speed of the machine can vary between 50 to 250 meters per minute.