• Batch Machines


    1. Jigger

    2. Haspel

    3. Jet painting

    4. HT staining

    5. They are drum dyeing machines.


    The structural differences of these machines are as follows:

    a) The textile product to be processed is movable, the bath is fixed (for example, Haspel, jigger, drum dyeing machines)

    b) The product to be dyed is fixed, the dye bath is moving (for example, HT yarn dyeing, atmospheric yarn dyeing machines)

    c) Both the product to be dyed and the dye bath are movable (for example, Jet dyeing with nozzle, owerflow machines)


    Jigger Machine






    The jigger machine consists of a finishing bath and two winding drums.

    The fabric wrapped in the dock is conveyed from the braked dock into the bath and then to the winding drum(s) in a taut manner with the help of two rollers inside the bath.

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    After a few passages, the solution is drawn in the bath.

    In this case, the dyestuff was evenly distributed and fixed on the fabric.

    Depending on the size of the jigger machine, fabric batches up to several thousand meters in length can be dyed.

    It is possible to reach temperatures above 100 degrees Celsius in closed pressure systems.


    Haspel Machine






    The haspel machine consists of a trough containing the dyebath, on the top of which a spinning wheel is mounted for transporting the fabric. The fabric is sewn together from the beginning and end and is passed through the dye bath for a long time as an open-width or rope with the help of a spinning wheel. Depending on the size of the spinning wheel, several fabrics can be dyed side by side. Haspel is widely used for dyeing knitted and tufting products, as well as cotton fabrics, which have a high risk of being damaged while passing through a dye bath in an open-width state in a jigger machine.. It is possible to work at a temperature of 130 degrees Celsius in high temperature (HT) hammers. In this process, haspel is designed as a steam tank.


    Jet Dyeing Machine






    In the jet dyeing machine, the fabric and dye liquor circulate together in a long channel. This channel has a narrow section, in which the pumped dye solution is sprayed by an injector in the direction of movement of the fabric and the dyebath, at the same time dragging the fabric together. Because of this structure, the machine was called a jet machine. Another variation of the jet machine is the overflow dyeing machine. In this machine, the movement of the textile product is carried by a spinning wheel and bath. This process ensures less damage to the fabric.


    HT-Levent Dyeing Machine






    In the HT beam dyeing machine, the fabric wrapped in the beam is immobile. The dyestuff solution is pumped from the inside of this beam to the outside and from the outside to the inside. In order for the textile product to be dyed in the HT beam dyeing machine, the fabric must be pre-fixed so that there is no wrinkling or shrinkage in the fabric during dyeing.


    Drum Dyeing Machine






    In principle, this machine is the same as domestic washing machines, except that the perforated (perforated) drum is divided into several compartments. In drum dyeing machine especially semi-finished products or some ready-made products (sweaters, vests, cardigans) are processed.


    Coil Dyeing Machine






    Coil dyeing machines perform dyeing in a closed environment, under high pressure and at high temperature (135-140°C). They are available in two types as vertical and horizontal bobbin dyeing machines.

    Yarns prepared in bobbin form are wound on perforated dyeing bobbins. All coils of a batch must have the same winding density. The coil weight varies between 1080 grams and 1600 grams, and the coil diameter does not exceed 22 cm. The coils are placed evenly and neatly on the lances on the port material. Portmaterials consist of hollow spindles designed to allow the dyebath to pass inside out and from the outside in. Then, if the port material is to be placed in the vertical body bobbin dyeing machine, it is placed in the dyeing pans with the help of a crane, if it is to be placed in the horizontal body bobbin dyeing machine, by using wheeled systems.


    Hank Dyeing Machine






    Hanks are prepared in the yarn department between 500-800 grams depending on the yarn type. Prepared hanks are neatly placed on metal rods. Before the fancy yarns and fine yarns that may cause problems in transfer are placed on metal rods, a fabric made of polyester, called socks, is wrapped on each skein. Then the hanks are placed in the dyeing pot with the help of carriers. If the yarns placed in the dyeing vat before the dyeing program have high-bulk properties, 98 min. at 5°C. The swelling program is applied to ensure that the yarns shrink before dyeing. Otherwise, if the dyeing process is started without drawing, rod traces form on the threads, the environment rises to high temperatures, this causes both shrinkage of the product and dyeing with abrasiveness as the dyeing process takes place at the same time. According to the selected program, when the dyeing temperature is reached, the dyestuff and chemicals are sent from the additive tank to the bath and the dyeing process begins.



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