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Torsion Balance is indispensable control instrument in the Textile and Spinning Industry. Small bodies such as fibres can be weighed quickly and precisely. Quick measuring is ensured by a banked air box damping device. The most suitable range for Textile Industry is 0 – 5 – 10 mg with 500 divisions, least count : 0.01 mg
Comb Sorter is used to determine the length of the fibre. Length is the most important property of a fibre and thus Comb Sorter plays an important role in determining it. In general, a longer average fibre length is to be preferred because it confers a number of advantages. You can use Comb Sorter with cotton, wool, viscos or polyester yarn/fibre to determine its length.
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Light, compact and advanced equipment to determine the Residual Moisture of Yarns Cones/Bobbins, Fiber Bundles, Hanks, Bales, yarn Packages, Fabrics, even moving Fabrics. The result is directly displayed in Digital form.
A world class equipment supplied with 5 sensors to check the Moisture in Textiles in any form. The advanced sensors are detachable to meet all requirements.
Our moisture meter uses highly stable Microprocessor circuitry to give accurate results.
The Results directly comes in the digital display.
Stelometer is used to check for the possible adverse effects of certain fibre preparation methods and to ensure that the dyeing process does not harm the fibres. Fibre strength & elongation determine the “toughness” of a fibre: only a strong fibre can produce a strong yarn, and fibre that elongates under tension imparts a stretching quality to the finished fabric. So a measure of these two fibre characteristics is important to the yarn spinning industry. Since fibre strength & elongation helps to determine the quality of yarn and finished fabric, purchasers of fibre use the stelometer to measure two characteristics to ensure the quality of the fibre being bought. Researchers use stelometer strength and elongation measurements in their effort to develop stronger and more resilient cotton and animal fibres And man-made fibre producers use the same measurements as a part of their production and quality control procedures.