What is difference between ring spun, open end and Autocoro yarn

Ring spun yarn is a better quality yarn with higher prices and higher cost of production as compare to open end or Autocoro yarns.
Ring spun yarn factory consist of the following manufacturing processes.
1. Blow Room.
2. Carding.
3. Drawing.
4. Combers or Combing process.
5. Simplex
6. Ring
7. Winding or Auto cone department
Above is the complete spinning or yarn manufacturing process engage in the ring spun yarn production.

The open end or Autocoro is same till Drawing process but after that all work is done by rotor machine which decrease the production cost but at the same time as high draft is given so the quality of yarn suffered due to high draft. This factor also affects the quality of yarns. In ring we hae wide range of options for yarn counts but in open end or autocoro we can produce limited number of yarn counts.

Following processes are engaged in open end or autocoro yarn manufacturing.
1. Blow Room.
2. Carding.
3. Drawing
4. Rotor machines.

What is difference between Carded and Combed Yarn

Every spun yarn is carded yarn in spinning process as carding is the initial process to clean the cotton with carding machine. The purpose of carding process is to clean the cotton from trash, leaf and other foreign matters. This process cleaned the cotton and straighten the fibers and converted the cotton into sliver. After this process this sliver is converted into final form of yarn. There is another process which is used to make the yarn finer by applying the combing process. the cotton which passed through this combing process is more cleaned and all the damage, entangled and floating fibers are removed from it. in comping process around 15% to 20% more cleaning of cotton is conducted. The combed yarn is much better in quality as compared with carded yarns.

Combed yarn is used to make more reliable and fine quality fabrics both in knitting and weaving. The price of this yarn is also higher than the carded yarn as more waste is drawn out from the cotton which also increased the cost of yarn production. Combed yarn run smoothly of fabric manufacturing machines than the carded yarn.

Hope you have now understood the difference between carded yarn and combed yarn. if need further clarification about which is better yarn in carded and combed yarn, please drop your question in comment section. We would be happy to answer you and help you in solving your problems.

What is difference between Viscose, Modal and Lyocell Fiber

Viscose, Modal and Lyocell fibers are made from tree or plant fibers after cellulosic process. Mainly soyabean, bamboo or even cotton plants are used to make this fiber. Some other plants are also used to produce Viscose, Modal and Lyocell. These fibers are also called Cellulose fibers.

Now question arises what is the difference between Viscose and Modal or what is the difference between Viscose and Lyocell or What is the difference between Modal and Lyocell.
Its answer is quite simple. which we can describe you with the example of a laptop. Like we go to the shop and ask the shopkeeper about its specification. Shopkeeper told us that this laptop is 1st generation other one with better performance is 2nd generation and this one is its 3rd generation and best of all.
Same is the case with Viscose, Modal and Lyocell.
Difference between Viscose fiber, Modal fiber and Lyocell fiber

  1. Viscose is the first generation out of these three.
  2. Modal is the 2nd generation with better quality and strength.
  3. Lyocell is the 3rd and best among these three.

Hope you have now better understanding about the difference between Viscose, Modal and Lyocell.

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