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Spinning Internship report - Pashupati (Spinning and yarn Testing)

Spinning Internship report



1.1     HISTORY 

Pashupati Group is based near Kadi, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, the group has been established in the year 1997 and has diverse verticals like ginning, oil mill, de-linting, spinning, TFO, weaving (with sizing and warping) and finished fabric, warehousing, hotel, 

pharmaceuticals. The manufacturing facility of the Group is situated at Kadi of Mahesana District in Gujarat state, which is close to the rich cotton-growing areas of Maharashtra and Saurashtra (region) of Gujarat. 

Pashupati Cotspin Limited is the brightest feather in the cap of the Pashupati Group. A strong pillar of the Pashupati Group, the Company was originally formed and registered as a Limited Liability Partnership under the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 in the name and style of “Pashupati Cotspin LLP” in the year 2013. Further, 

“Pashupati Cotspin LLP” was thereafter converted from a Limited Liability Partnership to a Private Limited Company under part I 

Chapter XXI of Section 366 of the Companies Act, 2013 with the name of Pashupati Cotspin Private Limited. Later, the Company was converted into a Public Limited Company and consequently, the name of the company was changed from “Pashupati Cotspin Private Limited” to 

“Pashupati Cotspin Limited”. 

The company has established a capacity of the spindle of a total of 25536 spindles and 56 ginning units. The plant is equipped with modern and automatic plant and machinery. 


Different Product: - 

Cotton bales 

Cotton seeds  

Cotton yarn 



Here 25536 spindles, ring spinning – 14, Autocorner – 14,  

Production of this company is - 27000 kg in 24hrs. 

Here about 529 manpower works. 




Company organization chart








2.1.1 Introduction of Spinning  

      Basically, spinning is the process of converting fibres into yarn and that is the absolute object of our chosen industry. In the textile process, the spinning units have a vital and basic role to produce any fabric or textile materials. For cotton natural fibres, ginning is the primary process from where fibres are cleaned from plants and ready for the spinning process. While in the spinning process, it is opened, cleaned, and mixed with each other according to product types and then convert from fibres to spun yarn. The yarn is carded or combed thus making them stronger, finer, and smoother. All things are possible with the machines like a set of blow-room machines, carding, draw-frame, lap former, comber, speed frame, ring frame, and winding are used to form the yarn. 



2.1.2 Blowroom Object of blow room 

1. Opening: 

(a)  To open upwards the compressed bales of fibres. 

(b)  To brand the cotton fibre tuft every bit modestly every bit far every bit possible. 

2.  Cleaning: 

To take dirt, dust, broken seeds, broken leaves, as well as other unusual materials from the fibre. 

3.  Mixing & Blending: 

To brand the practised value of yarn as well as to decrease production terms mixing as well as blending is done. 

4.  Lap or flocks formation: 

To transfer opened as well as cleaned fibre into canvas shape of definite width as well as length which is called lap or inward modern scheme straight feed to the carding machine into flocks form. 

Blow room installations consist of a sequence of dissimilar machines to 

carry out the higher upwards said operations. Moreover, Since the tuft size of cotton fibre becomes smaller as well as smaller, the required intensities of processing necessitate dissimilar machine configurations.  

FIG 2.1.2 LAYOUT OF BLOW ROOM Blandomate (Baleplucker)                    


Automatic Bale Opener BO-A 

Maximum flexibility in terms of bale lay-down and work-off: 

o Opening of the optimum quality chain 

o Production capacity up to 2,000 kg/h 

o Work-off of 1 to 3 bale groups 

o Lay-down (up to 124 bales) for long, unattended operation 

o Working width max. 2,300 mm, and a machine length of 50 m and more 

o Two opening rolls ensure uniform production and tuft size 

o Separate lay-down for parallel lots 

o Simple and safe operation Pre-cleanerCL-P 

Technical Details  

o Power consumption: 7.75 kW o Production: up to 1600 kg/hr 

o Raw material: cotton  

Key Features 

o Higher Cleaning Efficiency is achieved with a specially designed better element for gentle cleaning and effective opening.  

o Effective micro-dust and seed removal by free beating along the surface of the opening roller. 


Company - LMW  

Machine – Vario cleaning  

Model – lb9/2 

Specification – Dynamic setting changes for different assortments. The machine is inbuilt with Opening, cleaning and de-dusting functions. The grid bar selection can be made based on High & Low Trash. 




Technical Details  

o Production: 1000-1400 kg/hr 

o Power consumption: 3.5 - 4.5 kW 

o Raw material: cotton 

Key Features  

o Raw material: cotton o 6/10 chambers 

Product Description 

o Improved economic efficiency due to direct coupling of cleaner and mixer 

o Tailor-made mixer sizes 

o Maximum homogeneity due to controlled, reproducible mixing 

o Uniform product appearance by optimising the mixture 

o Requirement-specific feeding with 6 or 10 trunks 

o The already outstanding blending can be further increased by two mixers arranged in series (tandem mixing). Separoment 

Technical details  

o Production: Up to 900 kg/hr 

o Raw material: cotton 


Key features  

o No moving parts  

o Separates heavy parts from the tuft flow and conveys them into a waste container.

2.1.2 Clement 


Technical Details    

o Production: up to 700 kg/hr o Power consumption:5.69 kW 

o Raw material: cotton   

Key Features 

o Fully spiked roll 

o One cleaning roll 

o Designed to clean all types of cotton including extra-long and long-staple cotton 


2.1.3   Securoprop : 


Features : 

o   Detection and removal of contamination  

o Removes all types of coloured contamination 

o New module for white PP strips  

o New Module for small /thin PP strips 

o High efficiency  

o Very low usable lint loss 


2.1.3   CARDING 


Technical Details    

o Raw material: cotton 

o Production: up to 120 kg/hr 

Power consumption: 14.63 kW 

No of machine:16 

Key Features 

Motor controls for the sleepless setting of speed, draft, and sliver count Setting Optimiser-T Con 

Co-ordinated levelling systems in short and long-wave areas 

Precision flat setting system 

Precision Knife Setting system PMS  

Fully integrated tuft feeder and levelling system    

Multi-web clean and direct feed Magnotop flat bars  

Metal detection in the feed area 

Aluminium flat bars, without screw connection, allowing quick flat exchange without tools.

Fibre tuft is transported from pneumatic fibre feeding to feed rollers where the beater opens the fibre in small tufts then it comes into the chute. Further, there are feed plates and feed rollers which push the tuft to licker in. In licker-in, the tuft is open and helps to transfer the tuft to the cylinder evenly. The main process of parallelization, the opening of the tuft in individual fibre, and cleaning are done in the cylinder portion. 

The rotational speed of the cylinder is very high and it is covered with carding cloth this helps to grab the fibre and then travel to the upper surface of the cylinder. Just above the licker-in, there are fixed bars and knives with suction to comb the fibre and remove the impurities respectively. On the top of the cylinder, there is a moving flat which also combs the fibres and parallelized fibre. 

Moving forward, there are other fixed bars. Lastly, the fibre web is transferred to the offer and the remaining material which is not transferred is again revolved in the cylinder. At the bottom of the cylinder, there is a grid bar where unwanted heavy particles or impurities are eliminated. The passes through the calendaring roller then it is converted into a sliver in trumpet. The silver is stored in big cans with help of a coiler. There are other theories which also help to understand carding machine properly such as carding action, striping action etc.

Waste management - There are two output suction lines for waste Flat waste - Licker-in, cylinder and doffer. The waste from these suction lines is directly collected in the waste collection room. Now the collected waste is compressed with help of a bale compressor and bales are made. These bales are used in the next cycle.  

Maintenance - General cleaning is done every day with the help of compressed air. Breakage (causes and remedies) Auto Levelling in Carding - In the spinning mill, the card is the effective start of the process, since the first intermediate product, the sliver, is produced here. A relatively high degree of evenness is required in this product. For various reasons, the card cannot always operate absolutely evenly, for example, owing to uneven material feed. 

Spinning mills are therefore forced to use auto levelling equipment under highly varying circumstances. Different principles for auto levelling can be selected depending on the quality requirements and the operating conditions in the individual mill  





Technical Details 

• Delivery speed of up to 1000 m/min (mechanical). Technologically up to 800 pm 

• No of machine:4 Breaker Drawframe & 8 Finisher Drawframe 

• Spring loaded 4 over 3 pressure bar drafting arrangement for controlled fibre flow 

• Timing belt drive for noiseless transmission 

• Delivery Can Size of 20” x 45” / 48”, 24” x 48” with an changer and 40” x 48” without can changer 

• Ergonomically designed creel for accommodating feed cans up to 40” diameter 

• Increases the efficiency of the downstream process by up to 10% 

• Reduces manpower requirements 


Object OF Drawframe 

Parallelization of the fibres along with the sliver axis, Blending of the fibres by the doubling process to improve regularity in the linear density of the sliver. To reduce the sliver density and to improve the evenness. To remove the dust from the sliver. Remove ness from card sliver. Lay the sliver in a can with uniform coils forming a clear centre hole.


The newly designed high-speed non-auto leveller draw frame model LD2 with two delivery heads with automatic can changer for cans of up to 600 x 1200 mm (24” x 48”) and delivery size of 40” x 48” without can changer arrangement enables the spinner to reduce the cost of production considerably. With technological speeds of up to 800 mpm (1000 mpm mechanical), slivers of high evenness can be produced out of a wide range of raw materials such as cotton, man-made fibres and blends. 



High delivery speeds of up to 800 MPM are achieved using the design of the drafting arrangement and the guidance of slivers. The design of the drafting system ensures shorter web travel distance after parallelization, eliminating lengthy web guide tubes and guaranteeing less sliver breakage at high delivery speeds. 



The newly designed 4 over 3 pressure bar drafting arrangement with a pneumatic weighting system facilitates the machine to run at high delivery speeds. The drafting system is equipped with spring-loaded top rollers and the holding & releasing of the top arm is through mechanical locking. Electrical stop motion is provided to instantaneously stop the machine in case of roller lapping. The provision of adjustable suction nozzles over the top rollers ensures cleaner slivers. 



The machine is equipped with two types of coiler arrangements, a 40” Coiler – For delivery can size 40” x 48” without a can changer arrangement and a 20” / 24” Coiler – For delivery can size 20” and 24” with automatic can changer arrangement. Draw-off rollers are provided for the production of compact slivers. Coiler is designed with a special canal for low friction. 



2.1.5 LAP FORMER(LH-15)



Technical Data 

• Machine – Lap former 

• Company – LMW-LH15 

• No. of machine - 3  

• Feed–a drawn sliver 

• Deliver – Lap 

• Specification – 20 sliver doubling Single Side 


Object: In the Lapformer machine, slivers are fed to form a lap of 20 inches wide condensed with a slight draft and weighing as per set length. The machine runs smoothly so as not to disturb the fibres which undergo combing at the comber machines. One such Lap former is sufficient to feed 8 comber machines. The machine is equipped with sliver break stop motion. Whenever the sliver in any of the cans happens the machine stops and a red light goes up to indicate to the operator that it has stopped. These Laps are wound to fixed lengths and are cut at that length and the machine ejects it to a stand and starts automatically. 


The design of the technological components plays an important role in enhancing the productivity of the machine. In Lap Former LH15, the patented lap roller profile and its optimized groove guarantee a constant average speed for all counts. Double-optimized grip by lap roller ensure better lap formation. This is a major contributing factor to the high productivity of up to 520 kg/hr. 


PRO-IN control system for better lap preparation

Average delivery speed up to 150 m/min (depending on raw material)

Production of up to 520 kg/hr

• User-friendly touchscreen display for better navigation 

• Ergonomically designed positively driven creel for sliver feed with sensor activation control through display Automation. 

• Automatic lap doffing with Minimum doffing time ensures higher efficiency and productivity.

• Lap Transport System feature helps the automatic transfer of prepared lap from Lap Former to Comber without manual intervention, thus saving a considerable amount of time and inventory cost. 



2.1.6 COMBER 


Technical Details 

  • Machine: Comber 
  • Company: LMW  
  • Model: LK-69 
  • No of machine:15  
  • Specifications: Single side 8 Heads Objects: 
1. Noil removal: To remove short fibres, neps and impurities by combing. 
2. Equalizing: To improve the evenness of the sliver by doubling. 
3. Parallelizing: To create a parallel arrangement of fibres in the sliver by drafting. 
4. Blending: To compensate for the raw material variations by doubling. 
5. Dust removal: To remove dust within the overall process by suction. 
6. Sliver formation: To make sliver and coil in a can by condensing and calendaring. 
7. Combing is done to increase the mean length of fibres. 
8. Maximum possible elimination of short fibres can be well performed due to combing. 
9. Luster property of the fibre is slightly increased. 


Combing Process of Cotton Fiber: 

1. Receiving the cotton sliver from cards. 

2. Preparing suitable laps for feeding to combers by combining multiple slivers and rolling them on a spool. For this, a process of Sliver-lap and Ribbon-lap or Drawing and Super-lap may be used. 

3. Feeding the laps to the combers. 

4. Nipping the lap, combing and removing short fibres and hooks. 

5. Piecing the combed web and making a continuous sliver. 

6. Collecting the removed short fibres (comber noils) and sending them to the waste department for further action. 

7. Providing the combed sliver cans to the next process, i.e. draw frame. 

8. Periodic cleaning and setting of machines to get the required quality of combing. 


Material related: 

• The mixing and hanks of lap fed and the plan. 

• Quality of laps fed; good quality without licking problem. Machine related: 

• Condition of the machines, for example, gripping by nipper, the surface of detaching rollers, pressure on detaching rollers and on drafting rollers, smoothness of sliver table, condition of trumpets. 

• Whether half-lap points sharp and clean? 

• Working on stop motions. 

• The surface of detaching rollers and drafting rollers. 

• Condition of bristles on the brush roller. 

Setting related: 

• The settings are done and specified. 

• The wheels put and the requirement. 

• Size and quality of the trumpets. 

Performance related: 

• The noils extracted and the norms. 

• Head-to-head variation in noil%. 

• The hank of sliver produced and the plan. 

• Check whether the sliver is uniform and U% is within norms. 

• Whether the quality of the web good without piecing marks? 

• Increase in mean length of sliver. 

• Whether the breakages are in control and what are the reasons for breaks? 

• The production obtained and the targets. 

• The neps removal efficiency and the requirement. 

• Whether the neps in sliver within control? 

Documentation related: 

• The machines worked in the shift on different mixings and hanks. 

• Machine-wise production in hanks and kilograms. 

• Machine-wise noil collected in case of the manual collection system. 

• Total noil collected in a shift in case of automatic oil extraction. 

Work practice related: 

• Removing the noils in time. 

• Tenters carrying out the work as specified. 

• Whether the machines and the materials labelled properly for identification? 

• Quality of the cans and springs used. 

• Removing the wastes from the spring bottom before feeding to machines. 

• Maintaining the temperature and humidity as per requirement. 

• Log book related: Instructions for changing mixings and hanks. 

• Stoppages with reasons and actions taken. 

• Report on working the shift. 

M.I.S. related: 

• Machine number 

• Mixing 

• Hanks 

• Production in kilograms – Derived from hanks produced 

• Noil removed 

• Men employed 


• Housekeeping. 

• Color codification practised. 

• Stock of laps and combed materials. 




Technical Details  

• Machine: Speedframe 

• Company: LMW 

• Model: LF4280 

• No of machine:6 

• Spindles: 200Spindels/Machine 



• To convert drawn sliver into roving and to make it suitable for the ring frame process. 

• To reduce the linear density of the sliver (weight per unit length). 

• To insert a little amount of twist in the roving to improve its strength of it. 

• To make a large conical package of roving suitable for a ring frame. 

• To ensure easy and safe transportation of material by making large packages. 


Passage of Speedframe 


° The sliver obtained from the draw frame or after combing is used as feed material in a simplex or roving machine 

° This sliver is put into the large can. 

° This sliver, first of all, passes through separators. 

° From this point, the sliver goes over the guide roller and then tensioning rollers. 

° Now the slivers enter into the drafting zone, where it passes between drafting rollers. Generally, a draft of 6–15 drafts is employed for the fed sliver. The drafting system attenuates the sliver many times of its original length and reduces the weight per unit length of the sliver. 

° The output material(roving) after drafting has very poor strength due to low linear density, therefore it needs a little amount of twist to hold the fibres together. The drafted strand of fibres passes through the flyer to provide this twist, Usually, 30-65 turns per meter are inserted into the roving. 

° There are spindles in the flyers on which the twisted roving gets wound. 

The Speedframe of maximum spindles is up to 280 for spinning both Cotton & MMF. The machine can be easily clubbed with Roving Transportation System by installing bobbin converters on any of the sides of the machine. The automatic Tension Control system ensures the uniform and consistent tension of the roving and thus delivers perfect roving packages with Supreme quality. 



Upto 280 spindles for both cotton & MMF.

Drafting drive-through servo motors.

Effective & Uniform suction with CQ duct arrangement.

Detachable flyer spindle for removing bobbin midway.

Monitoring of drives/motor parameters through Display

Dual & split drive concept Flexibility

Provision to drive sectional segments (40 spindles).

Ready to doffer retro-fitment in future.

Special Bobbin Tilting mechanism for ease of operation

3/3 & 4/4 drafting system option available, In 4/4 drafting system both 2nd roll apron drive and 3rd roll apron drive option available

Flyer sizes of both 6” X 16” & 7” X 16” options are available

4 Row/5 Row/6 Row Hexagonal creel available

Both pneumatic and spring-loaded drafting system options are available


Bobbin Exchanger can be fixed on either end of the sides.

Provision to connect with Roving Transportation system.

Draft, Speed, and TPI change through the display.

Ready to merge with LMW Spin Connect system.

Monitoring of Power consumption in the display



Ring spinning

Machine: Ring Frame 

Feed: Roving 

Delivery: Yarn 


No of machine:15 

Count:30s to 24s 


Objects: o produce the required count of yarn from the supplied roving by drafting. Insert a sufficient amount of twist into the yarn. To wind the yarn onto the bobbin. To build the yarn bobbin package by the specific winding mechanism of the ring and traveller. 

Passage - The first basic process is to provide a roving bobbin to the ring spinning through the creel. After the roving is placed on a creel it is pulled and directly passed through the drafting arrangement. 

This drafting arrangement has an apron on the middle rollers to provide a better surface for the drafting. After passing through the drafting arrangement the formed yarn is passed through a lappet guide and then afterwards from the control ring. After that, the yarn is passed through the traveller so that twist can be imparted on the yarn. Finally, the yarn is wound onto the bobbin.

Detailed description - There are four zones in a ring frame which are as follows. 

1. Creel zone 

• The creel of the ring frame is a simple device that holds the roving. 

• It is very important and evenly to avoid any roving brake. 

• To facilitate proper unwinding the roving bobbin is held vertically. 

• A typical bobbin holder is shown in the figure.

2. Drafting Zone 

• The highest draft is given at the ring frame by comparing the whole spinning line. 

• The drafting part is the most important part of the ring frame machine that directly influences the evenness and strength of the yarn. 

• Most of the ring frame machines have the 3 over 3 roller drafting arrangement with the middle rollers covered with the aprons to provide a better surface for the drafting. 

• The bottom rollers are steel fluted and driven positively. The top rollers are covered with synthetic rubber coating and driven by the frictional contact with the bottom rollers. 

• For this purpose the top rollers are weighted by using spring, pneumatic or magnetic weighting with the help of a pendulum arm. 

• A total draft of 15-40 and in some cases even up to 50 can be given at the ring frame 

3. Twisting Zone  

• Then the yarn passes through the lappet guide which works as a guide and controls the height of the balloon.  

• After that the yarn passes through the traveller so that with the help of tension the twist can be imparted on the yarn. The traveller rotates on the ring, and one rotation of the traveller imparts one twist on the yarn. 

• The bobbin is mounted on the spindle and is placed between the ring. It is positively driven by the spindle.


4. Package winding zone 

•  Just after the twisting by the traveller the yarn has to be wound on the cop. 

•  To wind properly on cop there should be a difference in surface speed between the spindle and the traveller. 

•  The traveller is not positively driven while it is dragged on the ring surface and carried along by yarn and wound on the cop. 

5. Doffing of cop  

•  This is automation to take out the filled bobbin and place the empty bobbin.  

•  There is a doffing rail which changes the bobbin onto the spindle. 

•  It transports the newly filled bobbin to the winding department.  

•  Air pressure is used to hold the bobbin by arm to replace the bobbin on the spindle.  

•  It is the fastest way to change the bobbin while manually it is very time-consuming work. 

LMW-proven spinning geometry enhances quality and productivity. LMW 

Ring frames with robust design help in less maintenance cost, and machines with inbuilt Energy saving solution ensure less Spinning cost and boosts the Profitability of Spinners.


Features -

LR9A up to 1824 spindles help in less space requirement, and less humidification comparatively Hook Lock Low Decibel (HLLD) spindles with less Vibration & Noise.

In-built Energy saver with IE4 main motor, Inverter Controlled IE3 suction motor, and Inclined suction tube to improve effective suction 4Q-2M drive for drafting T-Flex drive system for quality consistency

Flexibility -

Ne range from 8s to 200s can be spun Machines with doffer and without doffer options are available 16-step Speed pattern curve Ready to retrofit of Compact/SIRO system Spindle pitch 70mm and 75mm option available with lift options from 160 to 210mm Pneumatic load and Spring load both options of Top arm are available.



Rapid doff system (<110sec doff time) Basket Tube loading system for ease of operation Yarn Breakage monitoring system & Roving stop motion is available as optional Machine ready to merge with LMW Spin Connect system with a unique feature called Recipe management Power Consumption can be monitored through a display.





Machine: Autoconer (Winding machine) 

No of machine:15 

Total Spindle: 3000 


Optimal machine networking, more intensive process automation and intelligent reduction in personnel workload are the challenges of the modern textile industry. The Autoconer convinces with smart technologies for high-performance, resource-saving production, intelligent material and data management and ergonomic working conditions. 



• Up to 20% less Energy 

• Vacuum control Power on demand 

• Aerodynamic, flow-optimised design 

• Energy efficient cleaning with MultiJet 

• Up to 6%more Productivity 

• High efficiency in winding with LaunchControl, SmartCycle, SmartJet 

• Best productivity ⁄ m² with 96 winding units 

• Most flexible and intelligent material flow 

• Intelligent reduction in personnel workload 

• Smart sensors and autocalibration functions 

• Intermediate package storage for easy package handling 

• Energy Monitoring 

• Automation 4.0 – Intelligent Bobbin cloud material flow based on RFID 

• Secure and fast bobbin supply - Unique 9+1 bobbin feed principle for type RM 

• Minimum energy consumption - Power on the demand vacuum system 

• Intelligent reduction in personnel workload - Autocalibration functions 

• Ergonomic package and tube handling - Doffer X-Change with intelligent functions 

• Online quality monitoring – Direct link with integrated SPID 

• Quality packages - FX winding technology and Smartsplicer family 

• Flexible design of spinning mill layouts –  Multilink 


Advantages Autoconer  

• Linking of up to 4 ring-spinning machines 

• Interface feeding rates ≥ 60 cycles/min 

• Winding machines up to 96 spells. 

• Integration of spindle identification system SPID 

• Cost savings compared to single-link or manually operated mills 

• Direct or underfloor link 

• Successfully in the market 



Available as a package unit (AHU) with FRP housing as a standalone unit in a plant room, or built-in masonry of concrete housing. 

Pre-assembled spray water pump and piping. Water tank with static or automatic water filter. 

Available in Low Speed and High-Speed Variants, the Luwa air washer systems can be customized specifically to customers’ needs or preferences. Features: 

• Very high year-round efficiency (significantly higher than wetted surface humidifiers) 

• Superior performance compared to a wetted surface humidifier, due to low susceptibility to clogging and scaling. 

• Variable humidification for partial saturation 

• Adiabatic or chilled water cooling 

• Housing of FRP, built-in parts of plastic or stainless steel 

• Centrifugal spray pump of cast iron 

• High-efficiency drop eliminators 

• Accurate humidity and temperature control with air dampers, by-pass dampers or frequency inverters Options: 

• Static water filter 

• Automatic rotary water filter 

• Spray water control with a frequency inverter 

• Automatic sludge removal Advantages: 

• Compact modular design 

• Corrosion-resistant materials 

• High humidification efficiency, low-pressure loss 

• High air flow capacity 

• Low maintenance cost 

• Non-clogging atomizer nozzles 

Air Washer Adiabatic (Cooling) 

The Luwa air washer cleans and humidifies process air, corrosion-free and with a high airflow rate. With the adiabatic air washer version, this is done without the use of additional refrigerants and systems. Only the evaporation of the finely atomized water can decisively lower the air temperature. This enables you to ensure a more pleasant atmosphere for your personnel and machines. Advantages: 

• High degree of humidification 

• Low-pressure drop 

• Modular 

• Easy to maintain 

Air Washer (Mechanical Cooling) 

The Luwa mechanical air washer cleans and dehumidifies your process airflow, corrosion-free and with an increased cooling capacity. This is achieved by using a chilled water system to exchange the heat released to the HVAC loop. This means that process rooms can be effectively cooled even with high heat loads. The mechanical air washer enables you to ensure a pleasant, actively cooled atmosphere for your personnel and machines. Advantages: 

• High degree of humidification and dehumidification 

• High cooling capacity 

• Modular 

• Easy to maintain 






• Here all work is done by a specific person. 

• In this company much work is done manually, which should do computerised. 

• All machine's beam numbers and quality are manually written which should be computerised. 

• Attendance also takes manually which should be done by biometrics. 

• Everyday stock taken by workers is manual which should do by barcode scanner. 

• Efficiency checked by supervisors daily. 



• Nowadays one device invented which saw the reading and efficiency of machines online. 

• This device should mount here. 

• Here the mending-folding automatic machine should use which do this process fast and efficiently. 

• Here daily production is 120000 meters so the folding machine should use here. 

• Before the new beam is mounted machine should wash and apply lubricant and oil. 

• By doing this machine’s life increase. 

• During the roll cut of fabric, the fabric shouldn’t touch the floor so the quality of the fabric maintains. 




• During this internship period I got a lot of knowledge and communication skills with strangers. 

• I learnt many new things about weaving as well as business. 

• Working as an intern may allow me to meet a potential mentor naturally and establish a relationship that helps guide my career path. 

• The supervisors and mentors I met during my internship can be valuable references for me as I pursue a full-time job.  

• The more positive and hardworking I am, the more likely managers are willing to recommend me for open positions.  

• References generated from an internship can be valuable in my job searches because those managers will have known me personally and seen how I contributed to the company. 

• The transition from college to full-time employment can fill me with excitement, anxiety, hope and ambition all at once. 

• An internship is a good way to fill some transition time with the work I hope to do long-term.  

• It can eliminate some pressure of quickly finding a permanent job and help me to apply the skills and knowledge I have been studying to a practical situation.  

• Internships can show me how a company develops leaders rather than just learning about it in the abstract.  

• I can observe excellent time management skills and make a note of those that I want to emulate.  









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