Textile Ginning

Cotton Ginning Mill Project Report

Mar 26, 2016 |

Project Report to Start a Cotton Ginning Mill 1. Introduction A Cotton Gin (short for cotton engine) is a machine that quickly and easily separates the cotton fibers from the seedpods and the sometimes, sticky seeds, a job previously done by hand. These seeds either used again to grow more cotton or, if badly damaged, […more]

Cotton Ginning Machines – Stone catcher Machine

Mar 4, 2016 |

Stone catcher Machine * Removes Stones & heavy sticks from the Raw Cotton. * Saves sharp edges of double roller gins Blades.

Cotton Ginning Machines – Pre-Ginning Cleaning Machine

Mar 4, 2016 |

Pre-Ginning Cleaning Machine * Effective opening of seed-cotton bolls and separations of trash. * Removal of 60% to 70% immatured seed – cotton bools. * Reduction in trash content level by 20% to 30% in seed -cotton * Significant improvement in ginned cotton qulaity. * Robust machine design and less maintenance * Less Electric power […more]

Cotton Ginning Machines – Air Separator Machine

Mar 4, 2016 |

Air Separator Machine This machine separates the air & cotton in pneumatic cotton conveying system. * Effective separations of seed – cotton / cotton lint. * Removal of very short fibers and micro dust. * Improvement in appearance of seed – cotton / cotton lint. * Less electric power requirement.

Cotton Ginning Machines – Lint Cleaner Machine

Mar 4, 2016 |

Lint Cleaner Machine * Effective opening of ginned cotton lint and separation of trash particles * Remove of seed – coats, leafy matters, micro dust, very short fibers and small sized fiber cluster from the ginned cotton lint by about 30% to 45% * Cleaning capacity of 1500 kg of cotton lint per hour. * […more]

Selection criteria for Ginning Technologies

Mar 2, 2016 |

How to Select a Ginning Technology Most of the people who want to start ginning factories do not have adequate knowledge about the ginning principles of various ginning technologies available in the world and they go primarily by the available machinery in their area without considering the correct requirement for the type of cotton available […more]

Market Share of Saw, Roller and Rotobar Gins

Mar 2, 2016 |

The market share of different gins depends upon socio-economic, agro-climatic conditions, the pattern of varieties grown in the country, harvesting methods, trash contents. Recently, there has been a switching from Saw Ginning to DR Ginning in the countries like; Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Malawi, Uganda, Zambia, Myanmar, Madagascar and Peru etc It is seen that Saw Gin […more]

Rotobar Gin Overview

Mar 2, 2016 |

Rotobar Gin The Rotobar gin works on the same principle as the roller gin. It has a rotating instead of oscillating beater bar, and is expected to give higher amount of lint per hour. The rotary knife vibrates less due to rotary motion and is more efficient than the reciprocating knife, which wasted time during […more]

Roller Gins Overview and Types of Roller Gins

Mar 2, 2016 |

Roller Gins The roller gins are classified as oscillatory knife gin and rotary knife gin depending upon the type of motion of moving knife. Oscillatory type gins are further classified as single roller (SR) and Double roller (DR) depending on the number of rollers used per machine. a) Single Roller Gin – McCarthy Gin The […more]

Monitoring the ginning process

Mar 1, 2016 |

Why we should monitor the ginning process? We should monitor the ginning process because the cotton is a huge variable with different: * Cotton Varieties * Fiber Characteristics * Picking Methods (Spindle – stripper – hand ) * Growing Conditions * Harvest Conditions * Market Changing Requirements * Domestic * Export Because not all cottons […more]