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A Practical Guide to Quality Management in Spinning by B. Purushothama

By B. Purushothama

The booklet presents an advent to caliber administration and the standard targets of goods. Chapters speak about the effect of yarn parameters from a customer’s viewpoint, purposes for negative caliber, numerous effective points and difficulties on the topic of spinning. The factors of yarn defects and acceptable treatments also are tested. the various common-market proceedings that spinners adventure are mentioned and the activities to be taken are defined.

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Dipali Plawat and A. R. Garde – Spinning Tablet II, Carding – The Textile Association (India). J. M. Grover and A. R. Garde – Spinning Tablet III, Drawframes – The Textile Association (India). Piyush H Shah and A. R. Garde – Spinning Tablet IV – The Textile Association (India). M. C. Sood and A. R. Garde – Spinning Tablet VI – Ring Frames – Part I: Yarn Quality and Productivity – The Textile Association (India). 229 34 A practical guide on quality management in spinning 4 Reasons for poor quality in spinning Poor quality in spinning may be defined as a combination of factors such as the technical parameters of yarn being out of the acceptable tolerance limits of the customers, presence of objectionable faults and labels, improper packing leading to damages while handling, shabby packing resulting in time consumption while opening and extra space for storage, delay in despatch causing loss to the customer and penalty to the company, increased cost of manufacturing pushing the organization to a loss, short supplies and over productions leading to accumulation of finished material as stock.

Classimat long faults: These are not critical for this end use. Objectionable faults: These faults result in entanglement and multiple breaks. Consistency in cotton shade and Micronnaire: This is not critical for this end use. Contaminations: This is not critical. 3 ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Count variations: A deviation in average count results in variation of towel weights. The variation between cones and within cones does not create problems like plain cloths for apparels as the designs and the piles cover up these variations.

228 Further Reading J. M. Grover – Contaminations in Indian Cottons: Sources and Remedies – NCUTE Pilot programme 30 th and 31st Jan 1999. Dr. H. V. Sreenivasa Murthy and Dr. A. K. Basu – Optimization of Opening, Cleaning and Blending at Blow room – NCUTE Pilot programme 30th and 31st Jan 1999. Dr. R. Chattopadhyay – Quality consideration in Blow room – NCUTE pilot programme 30th and 31st Jan 1999. B. Purushothama – Linking exercises – A strong tool for Quality Auditing – Quality Update – Aug 2007 – Indian Society for Quality.

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