A Review on Reduction of Air Consumption in Air Jet Loom: The Possible Setting Points
Upama Nasrin Haq and
Mohammad Mobarak Hossain
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Upama Nasrin Haq: Lecturer, Department of Textile Engineering (Apparel), Bangladesh University of Business and Technology (BUBT)
Mohammad Mobarak Hossain: Lecturer, Department of Textile Engineering (Fabric), Bangladesh University of Business and Technology (BUBT)
Journal of Asian Scientific Research, 2017, vol. 7, issue 3, 52-62
Production is the main elements for a textile industry to keep pace with the present competitive marketplace. This leads researchers and machine manufacturers to invest millions of dollars to ensure new developments in process and machines. In weaving industry air jet loom is now the only machine that gives the highest productivity of almost all kind of yarns without any problem at higher speed compared to other existing looms. Due to using compressed air and electricity, the manufacturing cost in the air jet loom is high which makes it less preferable in some cases of producing simple weave construction. We have congregated the setting points of air - jet loom which could be considered as necessary devils for high consumption of air which makes it unprofitable for simple weave. In this article we mentioned the factors which directly or indirectly influence the consumption of air in the air ? jet loom.
Keywords: Air jet loom; Air consumption; Air compressor; Nozzle; Factors; Pick insertion. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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