Flow Chart of Terry Towel Manufacturing

Terry towel:
Towel is one kind of textile fabric; that we use for various purposes in our everyday life. Normally it is woven fabric either cotton or cotton-polyester that are used to absorb moisture on the body after bathing or other purposes. Common household textile towels are made from cotton, rayon, bamboo, nonwoven fibers or a few other materials. There are various types of towels, such as baby towel, bath towel, beach towel, golf towel, hand towel etc.

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Terry towel making
Fig: Terry towel making
Terry towel fabric with long loops that can absorb large amounts of water. It is made with loop pile on one or both sides generally covering the entire surface or forming strips, checks or other patterns. The name "terry" comes from the word "tirer" which means to pull out, referring to the pulled out by hand to make absorbent traditional. They are often very complex with yarns of different types and colors, in combination with various loop pile and flat structures. Terry towel can be considered as a specialized textile product as its construction is some-bit different from ordinary fabric & special weaving technique is required for towel manufacturing. In this article I will give manufacturing process flow chart of terry towel.

Flow Chart For Terry Towel Manufacturing:
The following flow chart is used in this mill for terry towel manufacturing:

Warping (Direct)



Greige Fabric Inspection

Wet Processing



Final Inspection

Packing & Cartooning


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Mazharul Islam Kiron is a textile consultant and researcher on online business promotion. He is working with one European textile machinery company as a country agent. He is also a contributor of Wikipedia.

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