Implementation for New Dyeing Technique
Keywords:dyeing process, polyester fabric, Continuous Dyeing Machine, classic control system, process efficiency, space optimization, textile industry
This research project introduces a new dyeing technique using a Continuous Dyeing Machine for polyester fabric, one of the most widely used textiles. The machine design incorporates specific requirements for dyeing synthetic materials, such as high temperatures up to 135 degrees Celsius, crucial for effective dye absorption. The three-stage process involves immersing the fabric in a chemical sink for optimal dye penetration, removing excess chemicals through a padder under 2 bar pressure, and subjecting the fabric to a high-temperature treatment in the shock and furnace section. The objectives focus on reducing the current six-hour dyeing time and consolidating four processes into a single machine for improved space utilization and reducing time. The control system adheres to classic control theory principles, with component selection based on its applicability to fabric movement through the Continuous Dyeing Machine. This research represents a significant advancement in polyester fabric dyeing, offering insights into process efficiency and space optimization in the textile industry.
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