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Cotton Processing

Ginning is the first mechanical process involved in processing cotton. Ginning mill separates cotton fibers from the seed bolls and dust particles. We believe in promoting the business with the TMC units which are developed to produce better quality of cotton and are certified by the Government of India. The units follow a step of guidelines so as to able them: to process cotton and achieve good quality. The main application of ginned cotton referred to as lint is for spinning operations, where lint is converted to yarn for further processing.

The machineries used at these centers are :

Pre-Cleaners Double Roller Gins/Saw Gins Vacuumizers to move cotton Automatic Feeders
Weighbridges Humidifiers Lint Cleaners Conveyors and elevators
Double Stage Oil Hydraulic Presses    
 

 

Cotton Testing

Our team of selectors are highly trained from the cultivation level to the final stage of packing, which is the main strength and help us in selecting the best quality cotton for our customers.

We use Internationally Recognized HIGH VOLUME INSTRUMENT (HVI) Testing facilities which help us to maintain our quality and supply least contaminated cotton as per international quality standard. We use the testing facilities available at ATIRA, in Ahmedabad (Gujrat) , CIRCOT, in Sirsa (Haryana) which are autonomous non-profit government organizations and reliable. We also use the services of SGS Labs for cotton/yarn testing.

Both ATIRA and CIRCOT are recognized by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research under the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India.

Classification of Cotton Fiber

S. No.     Group                         Classification
1             Short Staple                 20.0 mm & below
2             Medium Staple              20.5 mm to 24.5 mm
3             Medium Long Staple       25.0 mm to 27.0 mm
4             Long Staple                  27.5 mm to 32.0 mm
5             Extra Long Staple          32.5 mm & above