Types of Jute Yarn | Batch Composition for Jute Yarn | Batch Selection Technique

Jute yarn is generally available in single and multiple twists. Available in various specifications, these cater to needs of developing market. Winding in cylindrical, conical and cone less spools or hanks is done as per prerequisites of our customers. This excellent jute yarn finds extensive application in carpet industry.
Now we will discuss about the types of jute yarn and batch selection technique of jute yarn.
 
Jute yarn
1. Hassian Warp: 
These types of yarn are good, clean and free from specks with high lusture. For manufacturing this type of yarn, clean and defect free jute is required. To make this type of yarn clean and defect free jute is required. 

Batch Selection: 
Hard jute .......................................70%
Soft jute ........................................30%

Example: For 8 lbs/spyndle hassian warp

White C........................................40%
White X ...................................... 40%
Tossa ...........................................20%

2. Hassian Weft: 
Hassian weft yarn is cleaner and softer than hassian warp yarn. So for hassian weft clean fibre is required, but fibre of lower strength can be used to hassian weft yarn.

Batch Selection: 
For Heavy Yarn

Hard jute..................................30%
Soft jute ...................................70%

For Light Yarn

Hard jute .................................50%
Soft jute ...................................50%

Example: For 8.5 lbs/spyndle hassian weft

White C ...................................40%
White X ...................................40%
Tossa ........................................20%

3. Sacking Warp: 
Sacking warp jute yarn is good and strong. Specks and colour is not important when manufacturing this type of yarn. So, 70 to 80% Tossa jute can be used.

Batch Selection: 
Hard jute ................................... 60%
Soft jute .....................................40%

Example: For 8 lbs/spyndle sacking warp

X bottom ..................................67%
S M R ......................................33%

4. Sacking Weft: 
Sacking weft yarns are low quality yarn. It is coarse and is made from low grade jute fibre. It may contain line cuttings, bale cuttings, soft and hard waste, rope waste, jute dust, habijabi and entangled jute.

Example: For sacking weft

NC .......................................................70%
S M R ..................................................15%
Caddis ..................................................5%
Thread waste and gunny cuttings............10%

5. C.B.C (carpet breaking cloth):

Batch Selection: 
Hard jute ................................... 100%

Example: For 8 lbs/spyndle C.B.C warp

B.W.B ....................................... 40%
B.W.C ...................................... 60%

Example: For 8 lbs/spyndle C.B.C weft
 
 

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