Abstract: Warping and Sizing are the two important weaving preparatory processes. Performance of these machines and the yarn behavior during these processes decides the loom performance and the fabric quality. With the increasing speeds of the weaving machines it has become more important to concentrate on the loom efficiency and to reduce the second quality fabric. In this study three different yarns are studied for their performance in weaving preparatory and the performance at weaving shed. During this study yarns were tested for warp tension, end breaks, preparatory machine speed, moisture content and the stretch at sizing.
Keywords: Air Jet, Warp Preparatory, Warping, Sizing, Stretch, Pick-up
| DOI: 10.17148/IARJSET.2020.7714