The Flowchart of Wet Processing of Blended Fabric/Blended Goods

Blended fabrics are created by combination of one or more fibres that means a new fabric is created with unique properties. Blending of cellulosic fibres with man made fibres to produce fabrics with improved characteristics has long been accepted throughout the world. Performance of blended fabric is excellent. Though dyeing process of blended fabric is critical than other types of fabric. In previous articles I have published article on “Flowchart of Wet Processing for Cotton Fabric” and “Flowchart of Wet Processing of Synthetic Fabrics

Wet processing of blended fabrics are divided by two sections; one is dyeing and other is printing. I have given two separate flowchart for dyeing and printing.


Textile dyeing
Fig: Textile dyeing
Flow Chart of Wet Processing for Blended Fabric

Dyeing flowchart

Grey Cloth

Stitching and Sewing

Shearing and Seropping

Brushing

Singeing

Desizing

Scouring

Bleaching

Washing

Drying

Mercerizing

Washing/Scouring

Drying

Jet Dyeing

Dryeing

Jigger/Pad Roll Dyeing

Drying

Stentering

Sunforizing/Calendering

Folding/Rolling

Packing

Baling


Printing flowchart

Grey Cloth

Stitching and Sewing

Shearing and Seropping

Brushing

Singeing

Desizing

Scouring

Bleaching

Washing

Drying

Mercerizing

Washing/Scouring

Drying

Stentering

Printing

Curing

Washing

Drying

Stentering

Sunforizing/Calendaring

Folding/Rolling

Packing

Baling


Note: Every processes are briefly described in below articles:


Flowchart of Wet Processing for Cotton Fabric
and
Flowchart of Wet Processing of Synthetic Fabrics

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