Ginning and types of ginning in textile

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Introduction:

Ginning and types of ginning in textile. The first cotton with seeds is collected from the tree. Cotton and seeds are separated in the ginning process. When the cotton bowl bursts well on the tree, cotton with seeds is collected on a clean dry day. Cotton is usually collected from a single tree a total of 3 times. When picking cotton, care should be taken not to get dirty, dead leaves, and badly malnourished cotton infested with insects. Good cotton should be picked up separately, dried separately in the sun 3/4 times, and stored. Bad and spoiled seeds need to be picked separately, it is never right to mix good and bad cotton together.

Then it is better to separate the cotton seeds from the stored seeds without any harm to both the seeds and the cotton, but in reality, it is not possible. During ginning, some seeds break down, some fibers break out and some naps form, but it is best to complete the ginning process as carefully as possible.

Ginning and types of ginning

Ginning is the process by which seeds and cotton are separated from seeds after collecting cotton from the tree. The ginning process is done with the help of various ginning machines. Knife roller ginning machines are commonly used to collect cotton from high-quality seed cotton. Before discussing modern ginning machines, it is usually necessary to mention hand machines. When there was no modern ginning machine, foot roller gin or spin gin was used in some areas, which has a much lower comparative production than modern gin but much better fiber quality. This spinning gin is still being used in some parts of India.

Ginning and types of ginning in textile-Definition of ginning

Ginning is the process by which seeds and cotton are separated from seed cotton after collecting cotton with seeds from the tree.

Ginning and types of ginning in textile-The purpose of ginning:

The purpose of ginning is given below

1. Completely seed-free cotton fibers.

2. Collect completely fine fibers separately.

3. Ensuring that defective fiber, tiny fibers, and seed particles or tiny seeds are not in good fiber.

 4. Collect all the waste and seeds of cotton fiber together.

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