Textile is any material made of interlacing fibers, including animal fibers, plant fibers, and synthetic fibers. It is used to make a variety of products, including clothing, home furnishings, and industrial products. The history of textile production dates back to prehistoric times, when people first began to weave fibers into fabric. This process has been refined over the centuries, and today, textiles are produced in a variety of ways, including weaving, knitting, and felting.
In weaving, two sets of yarns are interlaced to form a fabric. The first set of yarns, the warp yarns, are placed on a loom and held in place. The second set, the weft yarns, are then passed over and under the warp yarns to form a pattern. Knitting is a process in which one set of yarns is looped around another set of yarns to form a fabric. The loops are formed by knitting needles that are used to manipulate the yarns. Felting is a process in which fibers are matted together by heat, moisture, and pressure. This process is used to create felt fabrics, which are often used in clothing and accessories.
Textiles are used to make a variety of products, including clothing, upholstery, carpets, and curtains. They are also used to create industrial products, such as filters, insulation, and rope. Textiles are also used in the medical field, to create bandages, sutures, and prosthetic devices. Textiles are produced from a variety of fibers, including natural fibers such as cotton, wool, and silk, and synthetic fibers such as polyester, nylon, and acrylic. Each type of fiber has different characteristics, and when combined with other fibers, can create fabrics with unique properties.
Including our world-class textile equipment and production facilities, our garments section prides itself on cutting-edge modern cutting, sewing, trimming, finishing and packaging technology as our facility provides a chance for delivering the best quality products. Some of the unique types of sewing machinery at P.N. Composite Ltd. are Picot, Fagot, Feed-Off-The Arm, Press Button of Prim, Flat Seaming, Smoking, ZigZag, and Elastic Inserting Machines. To conform to an outstanding perfection standard, P.N. Composite Ltd. has exclusive sewing machines from Pegasus, Brother, Kansai Special, and Juki brands along with automatic thread cutting, trimming, and other support devices.
At P.N. Composite Ltd, we also pride ourselves in being equipped with a wide range of other machinery beyond just ensuring excellent production while producing quality products. We also use state-of-the-art facili�es to treat water discharge from our dyeing unit (ETP, WTP, and ZLD projects). Along with that, we have incorporated other means of technology to ensure minimizing the wastage of fabrics and other natural resources at all costs.
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Knitting is the process of creating fabric by interlocking loops of yarn, thread, or other types of material. It is one of the oldest textile arts and has been practised for centuries. Knitting is used to create garments, accessories, and home decor items such as blankets and cushions. It can also be used to create art pieces.
Knitting involves two basic techniques: the knit stitch and the purl stitch. The knit stitch is created by inserting the needle from the back of the fabric and pulling a loop of yarn through it. The purl stitch is created by inserting the needle from the front of the fabric and pulling a loop of yarn through it. By combining these basic stitches, more complex patterns can be created.
Knitting can be done by hand or with a knitting machine. Hand knitting is usually done with two needles and yarn, but circular knitting needles can also be used for larger projects. Knitting machines are automated devices that use a series of needles to knit fabric.
Our advanced dyeing facilities ensure the most vibrant and accurate set of colours, double-checked for colourfastness. We pride ourselves on using AZO-free colours to protect our stakeholders from preventing any hazardous situation. Our dyeing facility has a capacity of 40 tons per day with ‘High-Temperature Specialized Dyeing Machines’ and ‘Sophisticated Soft Flow Machines’ for colouring CVC, Lycra, PC and Polyester etc.
The best colour in the whole world is the one that looks good on you”. Our on-site colour lab specialises in inspecting the colour requirements presented by our respective buyers. Along with technical support, our lab is responsible for ensuring sustainably sourced dyes for our production process to provide prime quality and prevent any harm to the environment.
The lab also creates a simulation of all the different real-life situations in which our products may incur. These tests include the wing the fabric, shrinkage, and other fabric features to ensure that our products meet all quality standards and the desired fabric specifications.
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