Different Action in Carding | Carding Action | Stripping Action | Doffing Action

1. Carding Action:
When two close surfaces have opposite wire direction and their speed direction or relative motion is also opposite. Then the action between two surfaces is called carding action.

Function:
  • It is occurred between flats and cylinder.
  • Maximum individualization of fibers is achieved in this region.
  • Naps short fibers dirt and dust are removed by this action.
  • There always should be point against point action.
2. Stripping Action:  
When two close surfaces have same wire direction and their speed direction or relative motion is opposite then the action between two surfaces is called stripping action. 

Different Action in Carding
 Function:
  • It is occurred between licker in and cylinder.
  • There are should be point against back action.
  • Individualization of fibre is also by this action.
3. Doffing Action:
When two close surfaces have opposite wire direction and their speed direction or relative motion is also opposite then the action between two is called doffing action

Function:
  • It is occurred between cylinder and doffer.
  • Web formation is accrued by this action.
  • There always should be point against point action. 
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