|Name||Knitted Garments & Yarn|
Knitting is a method by which thread or yarn is used to create a cloth. Knitted fabric consists of a number of consecutive rows of loops, called stitches. As each row progresses, a new loop is pulled through an existing loop.
We provide cotton yarn in the counts Ne 16 to Ne 40, both single and double. The cotton yarn conforms to the highest standards with respect to Uster evenness, neps and classimat faults.
The machinery used for producing this cotton yarn is most modern with auto-coners, auto-leveller draw frames and new generation cards.
Performance of the yarn during warping, weaving / knitting are of paramount importance and care is taken in achieving industry best performance at this end. Product is checked and re-checked at every stage to ensure fault-free product performance.
Apparel for export: Importance of quality characterisation
Apparel trade in post-quota regime has transformed the business world to a global village. The old concept derived from four Ps – Product, Price, Place and Promotion — has been replaced with a new pattern, the four Cs – Consumer, Cost, Convenience and Communication (1). Undoubtedly, there is more competition on a level playing field since dependence on quota-profile is no more an advantage of any country. To survive in this network, there is a paradigm shift towards attitude in working out strategies in the garment arena.
Testing protocols for apparel and related accessories
Development of a test method depends on simplicity, reproducibility, applicability, cost to perform and time required. The protocol in an apparel testing is a summary of requirements of performance, safety, quality and labelled claims. Different parameters are involved in sub-division of different test protocols. Merchandise category governs such type of characterisation. While some properties are common for different protocols, additional inputs are essential to properly designate the character of apparel. Requirements of different characters vary depending upon the country wherein export is designated.
Protocols for Apparel Testing
- Country of origin
- Fibre content
- Care labelling
- Registration (RN) number
- Copyright verification
- Stuffed articles label (Canada)
- Fibre analysis
- Yarn size
- Fabric count
- Fabric weight
- Fabric construction
Appearance in laundering (includes: self-staining, torque, skew, trim/seam durability, trim/garment compatibility, puckering, raspy hand, pill/fuzz, etc)
- Chlorine bleach
- Non-chlorine bleach
- Perspiration (Lining or skin contact)
- Ozone and burnt gas fume (Indigo and white)
Other Required Tests
- pH (washed items)
- Azo colourants (European requirement)
We deal in the supply of the superior quality Knitted Garments & Yarn.