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Raw material is the primary substance which is used as an input to a production process for subsequent modification and finally modified into a finished good. Raw material is a unique substance in any production oriented garment industry. To manufacture garments list of raw materials used in garment industry like as fabric, yarn, sewing threads, buttons, trims, hang tag, labels etc.

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Textiles Industry Raw Materials

Nature presents a large variety of fibers.Beside this it is possible today to producea number of different kinds of man madefibers but only a relatively small amount ofthis is actually used in textile industry.

Raw Material Blends

  • Textile raw materials are selected as per the manufacturing policy of the company i.e. whether a composite mill or only a spinning, weaving or dyeing /finishing.
  • Cotton mills are usually using the blends ofcotton polyester, cotton viscose, cotton acrylic, blends of more then two fibres suit various purpose. Proper selection of the suitable raw material is directly linked with the quality of the planned production.

Textile Fibre

  • Fiber is a matter which includes

Flexibility, Fineness and a high ratio of Length to Thickness

It is necessary at least length to diameter ratio is 1000 to consider a fiber.•Some additional characteristics are the required for textile fibers, such as stability at high temperature, a certain minimum strength & extensibility.

Raw material is the primary substance which is used as an input to a production process for subsequent modification and finally modified into a finished good. Raw materials may be in processed or unprocessed state. Most of the times raw materials are natural resources such as cotton, oil, rubber etc. They are also altered to be used in different processes before being used in the final manufacturing process. So we can say that, the processed or unprocessed materials which are used to produce final textile products are called TRM.

Types of Textile Raw Material (TRM) as follows –

  • Fibre
  • Yarn
  • Fabric
  • Dyes
  • Chemicals and Auxiliaries
  • Textile Lab Equipments


The textile industries use different types of fibres which are derived from nature or manually produced. These fibres are used to produce dresses, towels, blankets etc. Some of these fibres were known and used in the earlier years of civilization, as well as in modern times. Other fibres have acquired varied degrees of importance in recent years. The factors influencing the development and utilization of all these fibres include their ability to be spun, their availability in sufficient quantity, the cost or economy of production, and the desirability of their properties to consumers.

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Cotton Fibre

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Wool Fibre


Yarns can be made of staple fibres by several techniques. The method used is dependent upon such factors as the economic implications, the fibres to be used and desired properties of the yarn to be produced. Rings pinning is the oldest and most wide spread technique. Open end spinning is another major method. The development of short fibres, or staple, into yarn, when started in terms of basic manufacturing processes, is as follows:






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Cotton Yarn Rolls

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Wool Yarn Rolls

Hemp Yarn Varieties

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Natural Hemp Yarn

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Cotton Hemp & Excel Hemp Blend Yarn

As the fibres pass through these processes, they are successively formed into lap, sliver, roving and finally yarn. Here the manufacturing operation in which these stages occur:

  • Lap to card sliver by the carding process
  • Card sliver to comb sliver by the combing process (if the fibre is to be combed)
  • Sliver to roving by the drafting, or drawing process
  • Yarn reeled on bobbins, spools or cones by the winding process


Fabric is a planar textile structure produces by interlacing yarns or filaments. Most fabrics are produced through knitting or weaving, but some are produced by non-woven processes such as braiding, felting, and twisting.


A major method of fabric construction is weaving. The technique probably became known before spinning. Primitive people may have observed the interlaced grasses and twigs in the nests of birds, and thus discovered how they could make clothing for themselves. Spinning developed when people discovered that the raw materials could be improved before they were woven. In course of time, rude looms were made, which were crudely simple and hand-operated. The modern power loom used in the textile industry today essentially performs the same operations as the simple hand operated loom.


Knitting is the second most frequently used method of fabric construction. The popularity of knitting has grown tremendously within recent years because of the increased versatility of techniques, the adaptability of the many new man-made fibres, and the growth in consumer demand for wrinkle resistant, stretchable, snug-fitting fabrics, particularly in the greatly expanding areas of sportswear and other casual wearing apparel. Today, the usage of knitted fabrics ranges from hosiery, underwear, sweaters, slacks, suits and coats, to rugs and other home furnishings.

Some commercial names of fabric are as follows:

  • Aertex
  • Angora
  • Braid
  • Brocade
  • Chiffon
  • Canvas
  • Chambray
  • Denim
  • Fleece
  • Hopsack
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Woven Fabric

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Knitted Fabric

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The dye is a complex compound which is applied in the textile materials represent color and contains chromophore and auxo chrome groups in its chemical structure. It is necessary to know which dyes have an affinity for the vegetable, animal, or man-made fibres to select the proper dye for a fibre.

Different types of dyes are used in the textile industries as raw materials are as follows –

  • Basic dyes
  • Acid dyes
  • Mordant dyes
  • Substantive direct dyes
  • Developed dyes
  • Azoic dyes
  • Disperse dyes
  • Vat dyes
  • Reactive dyes
  • Pigment dyes
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Chemicals and Auxiliaries

Dyeing chemicals and auxiliaries enables a processing operation in preparation, dyeing, printing or finishing to be carried out more effectively, or which is essential if a given effect is to be obtained.

Textile auxiliaries are necessary chemicals for the production and processing of textiles. Textile auxiliaries to improve the quality of textile products and added value has an indispensable role, it can not only give the textile a variety of special features and styles, such as soft, wrinkle-free, anti-shrink, waterproof, anti-bacterial, anti-static, Etc., can also improve the dyeing and finishing process, play a role in saving energy and reducing processing costs. Textile auxiliaries to enhance the overall level of the textile industry and the role in the textile industry chain is essential.

Common textile auxiliaries

Scouring agent, dyeing agent, leveling agent, softener, hair effect lifting agent, polyester low temperature dyeing carrier, substitute alkali, CT powder, chemical fiber oil, high efficiency retreat powder, hydrogen peroxide stabilizer, in addition to silicon, Pilling agent, fixing agent and so on.

Different types of chemicals and auxiliaries used in dyeing, printing and finishing are as follows –

  • Whitening agent
  • Wetting agent
  • Fixing agent
  • Detergent
  • Silicon
  • Stiffering agent
  • Water proofing agent
  • De-foaming agent
  • Enzymes
  • Caustic soda
  • Soda ash
  • Acetic acid
  • Oxalic acid

Textile Chemicals - Categories and Subcategories :

From pretreatment of textile to its finishing, there are various categories and subcategories of textile chemicals :

1. Pretereatment Chemicals

scouring agents, low foam scouring agents, wetting agents, low foam wetting agents, sequestering agents, mercerising agents, peroxide stabilisers, peroxide killers, neutralizers

2. Textile Dyeing Chemicals

Solubalisers & dispersents, levelling agents, soaping agents, dyeing agents.

3. Dyeing & Printing Chemicals

vat levelling agents, thickners, binders, stain removers, anti back staining agents

4. Finishing Chemicals

cationic softners flakes/ paste, nonionic softners flakes/ paste, anionic softners flakes/ paste, reactive softners, cold water soluble softner flakes

5. Antistatic Agents

spin finishes, spining aids

Other Speciality Chemicals.

Here I am listing up the stuff of chemicals used in Knitted dyeing process and the chemicals are used for fulfilling the required outcome performance and depend upon the end use ,market (consumer requirement) and it also affected by many other factors which are technically related to industrial policy which to be used and which not to be.

Types of Chemical Used in Textile Industry:

There are different types of chemical used in textile dyeing which are pointed in the below according to their types:

1. Basic Chemicals

· Hydrochloric,

· Hydrogen peroxide,

· Formic acid,

· Caustic soda.

· Oxalic Acid

· Soda Ash

· Sodium Hypo chloride

· Sulphuric Acid

2. Bleaching Agent

· 35 % H2O2

· Hydrogen peroxide 50%

3. Salt or Electrolytes

· Common Salt,

· Glauber Salt.

· Glubar salt

· Common Salt

· Refined Salt

· Caustic Soda

· Caustic Soda Pear

4. Detergent & Scouring Agent

5. Jintex-GD,

6. Felosan RGN,

7. Jintex-GS.

8. Invadine DA

9. Invatex CS

10. Cibafluid C

5. Anti foaming/Penetrating Agent

· Cibaflow Winch

· Cibaflow C

· Antifoam TC

· Primasol NF

6. Anti creasing Agent

· Kappavon CL,

· Biovin 109,

· AC-200,

· Cibafuid – C,

· MFL.

· Ciba fluid P

· Ciba fluid C

· Primasol Winch

7. Peroxide Stabilizer

· Stabilizer PSLT,

· kappazon H53,


· Tinoclarite CBB.

· Lavatex

· Prestozen PL

· Stabilol P

· Tinoclarito G-100

8. Sequestering Agent

· Resotext 600S,

· Heptol-EMG,

· Heptol-DBL.

· Ladiqueast 1097

· Dekol SM

· Sirrix AKLiq

9. Peroxide Killer

· Invatex PC

· Lorinol PK

· Basopal PK

10. Reactive Fixing Agent

· Sandofix EC,

· Tinofix-ECO,

· Protefix-DPE-568,

· Jinfix –SR,

· Optifix-EC.

· Cibafix Eco

· Tinofix FRD

· Cycianon E

11. Mercerizing Wetting Agent

· Mercerol QWLF

· Leophen MC

· Enzyme Finishing Agent

· Tinozyme 44L,

· Rzyme 1000,

· Avozyme CL PLUS,

· Enzyme-B50.

· Bio polish AL

12. Optical Brightener for Cotton

· Uvitex BBT

· Uvitex CIDN

· Uvitex BHV

13. Optical Brightener for Polyester

· Ultraphore BN Liq

· Uvitex BHT

· Ultraphore SFG Liq

· Ultraphore SFR

14. Leveling Agent for polyester

· Levelex-P,

· Jinleve leve-RSPL,

· Serabid- MIP,

· Dyapol XLF,

· Lubovin-RG-BD.

· Baso Winch PEL

· Osimol ROL

· Uniperol EL

· Prote-Gal DP505

15. Washing agent or After Soaping Agent

· Serafast-CRD,

· Kappatex R98,

· Seraperse CSN,

· Crosden LPD,

· ResotexWOP,

· Diypol XLF (For polyester fabric),

· Jintex WRN.

· Cibapor R Liq

· Sandopour RSK

· Geiclean AW

16. Decolourant For Effluent Treatment

· Colfloc RD

17. Antifoaming agent:

· Jintex TPA,

· AV-NO,

· VO,

· Cibaflow-JET.

18. PH controller:

· Soda Ash,

· Acid,

· Caustic,

· Neutracid RBT (Nonvolatile).

19. Softener:

· Cetasaft CS,

· Resomine Supper,

· Acelon,

· Resosoft –XCL,

· Silicon (For Finishing).

20. Whitening agent:

· Uvitex2B,

· Uvitex BHV,

· Bluton BBV,

· Tuboblanc col,

· Uvitex BAM,

· Synowhite,

· Hostalux ETBN (For polyester fabric).

21. Reducing agent:

· Hydrose.

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Textile Lab Equipment List

  • Yarn Tester
  • Fabric Tester
  • Bursting Strength Tester
  • What is Computer Bursting Strength Tester
  • Laboratory Dyeing Machine
  • Mini Stenter
  • Lab Dryer
  • Spectrophotometer
  • What is Color Spectrophotometer?
  • What is Non-Contact Portable Spectrometer?
  • Oven & Incubator
  • What is Laboratory Density Meter?
  • Digital Pipette Controller
  • Micropipette Adjustable Parameter
  • Electrolux Wascator
  • Digital Pilling tester
  • Textile Scientific & Lab Instruments
  • Light Fastness Tester
  • Fabric Spirality Tester
  • Chronometer
  • Fiber Length Distributor Tester
  • Hairiness Diameter Tester
  • Yarn Clearer
  • Fiber Fineness Tester
  • Digital Aerodynamic Stiffness Tester
  • Yarn Examining Tester
  • digital ph tester
  • MIcronaire Value Tester
  • Yarn count system
  • Hand-Held Tachometer
  • Fabric Light Box or Textile Light Box
  • Yarn Length Meter
  • What is Tribotester?
  • Stroboscopes
  • Tensile Strength Tester
  • What is the Tensile Testing Device
  • Tearing Strength Tester
  • Flammability Tester
  • Button Pull Tester
  • What is Salt Spray Testing Chamber? How Salt Spray Test Method Works?
  • Crease Recovery Tester
  • Laboratory Dryer
  • Wrinkle Recovery Tester
  • Perspirometer and Incubator
  • Xenon arc Light And weather Fastness Tester
  • Garment and Printed Fabric Durability Tester
  • Gas Fume Chamber
  • Mini Tumble Dryer
  • Rotary Ironer
  • Hydrostatic Head Tester
  • Automatic Pick Counter
  • Color Assessment Cabinet
  • Mini Steamer
  • Laundry Clothing in LAB
  • Mini Dryer
  • Tubeless laboratory dispenser
  • What is Martindale Abrasion Resistance Testing Machine?
  • Textile Calibration of Equipment List
  • What is Universal Wear Tester
  • What is Elmendorf Tear Tester
  • What is Mullen Tester
  • What is Lab Freezer?
  • What is Micro Sieve?
  • Munsell Test / Color Vision Test SOP
  • Burette Metal Pipette Spot Lamp Test Method

Purpose of Science Equipment:

  • To improve the quality of the product and make it defects free according to the requirement of the customer
  • Supplying better quality product to the customer
  • Meet the client requirements
  • Raw material control
  • Production Standard co-relation.
  • To ensure that the product is error-free.
  • To find out the hidden errors unidentified by the development team & meet the customer requirement by maintaining company standards.

Types of Science Equipment:

  • Dimensional Stability
  • Spirality / Skewness
  • C/F to Washing
  • C/F to Rubbing / Crocking
  • Fabric Weight
  • Tearing Strength
  • Tensile Strength
  • Bursting Strength
  • Push-Pull Test
  • pH test.