Textile manufacturing often requires high humidity to maintain the flexibility and quality of the threads and improve process efficiency.
Our humidification and evaporative cooling solutions offer the following benefits:
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High humidity also suppresses dust and fibers in the air of the work area. The Smart Fog ES 100 installs to add humidity to conditioning rooms before processing, in specific plant sections, directly over the work area or in the building’s air conditioning ducts.
Thread and fibers remain flexible and easily worked, for higher efficiency. Humidity reduces static electricity in the air to prevent clinging materials. Dust and fiber in the air are reduced as water droplets increase their weight and bring them to the floor. Low maintenance because of the Smart Fog ES 100 System’s large 3/32″ (1.5mm) orifice. It will not clog like pinhole nozzles.
Depending on the type of textile and the process used, natural fibers are soak up more moisture than synthetic material. However, synthetic textiles suffer more with static charge build up.
Humidity levels for these types of textiles should be around 70-80% rH. This will keep them flexible and far less brittle which improves the overall production quality.
Like cotton and linen, it is susceptible to drying out. This textile should be keep at around 65% rH as it is less reactive then the others.
Natural silk should remain at 65-70% while as synthetic silk should be spun at 85% rH.
These should be keep at around 45% rH due to dangers of static build up.