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Temperature and RH Monitoring in TextilesTemperature and RH Monitoring Textiles

Temperature and RH Monitoring System in Pakistan Textiles

IoTCloudware temperature and RH monitoring Textiles system analyzes of how humidity and temperature is being maintained in each of your departments. It also analyzes performance of your air washer stations. It notifies to stakeholders for any problem or failure in your air washer station or in your department. Our system brings following benefits to help you with better control on your environmental parameters during processing

  • Reduce breakage losses due to RH
  • Lesser production loss in spinning (Yarn breakage & weight variation)
  • Lesser weaving quality loss (cloth breakage)
  • RH and Temperature auditing
  • Live monitoring of RH and Temperature in Departments
  • Auto generated reports
  • High / Low alarm notifications for RH and Temperature
  • SMS Alarm notifications
  • Email Alarm Notifications
  • Live web dashboards
  • Live mobile application

Improper Temp and RH in Textiles Problems

Problems with improper Temperature and RH in Textile processing industry

  • An increase in temperature of 20oC can lead to a typical drop in humidity of around 60%rH. This means that humid air entering a building at 80%rH would decrease to just 20%rH when heated. This can cause major problems for textile production.
  • A drop in the equilibrium relative humidity of a textile may cause it to be weaker, thinner, less elastic and therefore more brittle. It will also have more imperfections.
  • Regain also has a direct impact on the weight of the textile. As textile yarns are sold by weight, if a drop in humidity leads to a 4% reduction in weight, this will require 4% more fibre to be included in the sale product. For a mill manufacturing 80 tonnes of textile per day, this can lead to a loss of 3,200kg of product per day due to incorrect humidity control.
  • Most machines are now microprocessor controlled, an uncontrolled electrical discharge in the wrong place can damage the electronics of the unit resulting in expensive repair bills and significant downtime.
  • Static charge presents a danger to staff working with the machines as it is not only very uncomfortable if they are shocked, but it can cause a person to jump and fall, which presents extreme risks when working near to textile machinery. The static discharge can also present a direct health risk to people with weak hearts or pace makers fitted.
  • Static electrical build-up will cause materials to stick together and be less manageable.
  • Improper humidity control leads to increase in airborne particles.

Impact of Temp and RH Monitoring in Textiles

Moisture content has a direct impact on the properties of textiles, like

  • Tensile strength
  • Elasticity
  • Fibre diameter
  • Friction

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