The type raw material widely affects the sequence of different machines in the blow room assembly. If we use cotton fibres, then assembly needs more beating and cleaning actions. The ginned cotton fibres has many impurities like broken seeds, dried cotton leaves and broken cotton plant stem. The blow room assembly requires extra beating and cleaning to eliminate these impurities.
If we use man - made staple fibres, then we do not need extra cleaning and beating because the man - made staple fibres are almost free from impurities. The number of machine in blow room assembly gets reduced in the spinning of man - made staple fibres.
Raw material characteristics
The raw material characteristics play very important role in the sequence of various machines in the blow room assembly. If the raw material characteristics helpful for easy opening and cleaning, the number of machine can be reduced. If the raw material characteristics don't get opened and cleaned easily, the number of machines in blow room assembly get increased.
The waste contents present in the raw material is the most important factor and plays a decisive role in the sequence of blow room assembly. If material contains high waste content in it, the number of machines get increased in the blow room assembly. The maximum cleaning requires in blow room assembly. High waste contents like seed, leaf and stem's wood necessities to increase the number of machines in blow room assembly.
The dust and dirt get present on the surface of fibres. The maximum opening help to increase the degree of elimination of dirt and dust from the material. If material contains high percentage of dirt and dust, it causes increasement in the number of the machines in the blow room assembly.
It is very clear concept. If we need maximum opening and cleaning of out put, the number of machines in blow room assembly gets increased.
This factor affects the mixing , opening, and cleaning machines.
Always prevents to generate neps, broken seed
particles during opening and cleaning.
• Production rate of the complete line
• Thickness of the feed web (lap)