Textile Terms I
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Occupational health and safety.
It is the International Standard Classification of Occupations.
It is the international standard education classification.
Needle depth adjustment
It is the height of the needle penetrating the surface to be felted.
needle jet trail
Line-shaped appearance error created by the faulty needle or jet used in the felting process
Needle density adjustment
It is the number of needles per unit area.
It is a felting process using needled surfaces.
Man-made fiber ( man-made fiber )
It is the general name of fibers and yarns such as flament yarn, staple yarn, mono filaments and the like.
The part that makes the bobbin rotate in the ring spinning machine
The part for stopping the spindle
Signaling system that informs the operator of the machine working status for production and fault monitoring.
Yarn physics lab
Yarn testing section
The number indicating the thickness/thinness of the thread
Backing up some yarn on the bobbin beforehand for uninterrupted production in weaving and knitting processes.
Work order (order form)
The form containing the semi-finished product to be produced, the type of material (100% or Mixing ratio) of the product, semi-finished product, product number, twist, order number, ordering company, order quantity, delivery date, packaging type (parcel, sack, etc.)
Oral or written rules about the work to be done.
rope cutting knife
It is used for cutting rope, cleaning turbans and runners.
The ratio of the amount of water vapor in the environment to the amount of saturated water vapor
Shoulder width in jacket and vest
The plate on which the yarns are passed in the warp knitting machine
Metal element that performs the knitting process in knitting machines
The ironing process of plain knitted fabric before it becomes a garment.
Figures specifying the thickness calculated based on the correlation between the length and weight of the yarn. The calculation is made as the length of a certain standard weight of yarn or the weight of a standard length.
It is the number of each thread knotted together to form a thread row.