Description and types of reeling process

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Description and types of reeling process:

Types of reeling process:

Reeling is commonly used in 3 ways.

1. Seven lea or straight reeling

2. Cross reeling

3. Diamond or Skein reeling

1. Seven lea or Straight reeling:

This type of reeling machine is called Seven Lee or Straight Reeling as each of the 7 sets of 120 yards is leaned simultaneously in this method. Here each Lea Swift has to be placed at equal distances, for which the guidewire moves a little distance from each Lea. The movement of the guidewire stops automatically after every 60 rotations. These lea are different to keep them separate, they are tied with colored yarns so that they can be easily identified, sold, and exported.

2. Cross reeling:

In this method, the rack is kept separate. The T-roller shaft has a lever on shaft that drives the reeling machine through the bell. As the Swift rotates, it acquires a rapid diagonal motion between 2″ and 3″ which forms a yarn layer across the required full width. This type of reeling machine is used to wrap yarn of any length.

3. Diamond or Skein reeling:

This is similar to cross reeling, but the difference is that the crossings are specially made so that the yarn does not cross. The advantage of this method is that this type of bundle is tied on the outside or inside. This method bundle is very convenient for wet processing. It is usually used for valuable yarn.

Description of the reeling process:

Description and types of reeling process. Hank yarn is easy to fold and carry after reeling the yarn. Hank is produced from a ring bobbin or a reeling machine depending on the end-use in the spinning mills. The Swift of the reeling machine is on either side of the machine or one side. When reeling, the yarn or bobbin is placed on the spindle on the machine. The yarn is pulled out of the bobbin and wrapped around the swift or reel through the yarn guide. In this way, as many yarn guides as there are, yarn is brought through each of the yarn guides and attached to the swift.

The reeling machine is started after a certain amount of yarn is wrapped on the surface of the reel. The machine shuts down automatically after 2 yards amount (840 x 2) = 1680 yards of yarn in the reeling machine. Such a fixed length of yarn is called lea or lacha or cut. Each cut or lacha is tied separately by a thick yarn so that the reel yarns do not become entangled. In each reeling machine in cotton spinning mills each of the 40 bobbins is placed on a spindle. Lachas of 1680 yards are made from each corner. 5 such lashes are put together and made into pairs.

In jute spinning mills, 24 cones or spinning bobbins are mounted on the spindles of each reeling machine. A cut of 300 yards was made from each bobbin. The above pairs are then assembled and bundled with the help of a bundling press machine.

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