Textile Industry
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Textile industry manufacturing is one of the oldest industries that exist for a long time in human history. It is characterised by the economic activity in producing fibres, yarns, fabrics, clothing and textile products. Throughout the years of innovation and technological advancement, textile machinery applied in the textile industry evolved from manual tooling, mechanical machinery to automatic computerised controlled system. There are large numbers of sub sectors involved in the entire textile production cycle, from raw cotton to final finished fabric product. With the help of latest technology implementation, the overall output of textile products has increased tremendously with better quality at lower cost. Some advanced textile manufacturers apply scientific approaches to simulate the property of yarn, fabrics and knitting mathematically.

Spinning process transforms raw fibres like wool and cotton into yarn for preparation of making textile products. Depending on the length of yarn produced from the spinning process, it is divided into two types. First type of yarn is long and continuous strands, that is called filament. Second type of yarn is shorter in length which is called staple. The full process, from sliver to yarn, consists of various components as below:

  • Carding: to removes impurities inside the fibres
  • Combing: to straightens the sliver
  • Drawing: creates evenness in the sliver
  • Spinning / Roving: inserts twists into the yarn to hold the fibres together

The traditional way of spinning process is using ring and mule spinning. However, this way of spinning slowly becomes obsolete in many countries after newer methods are born. Open-end spinning is the most common spinning method today. The new spinning process uses an air jet to blow the staples into a rotating drum. These staples attach to the tail of formed yarn after entering the rotating drum. Another method, which is called break spinning, is also becoming popular in the textile industry spinning process. Break spinning uses needles and electrostatic forces, which is easily adapted for artificial fibres. Once the spinning process is completed, yarn will be sent to weaving machines for interlacing yarns to make fabric products. The finished fabrics are then sent to the fabric dyeing and printing section to give colourful textile products.

The textile industry is required to use High pressure Ferrari fans for a variety of industrial applications where the complete reliability and performance of the product are significant. Application sectors are pneumatic transportation, chemical industries, silos, metallurgic industries and combustion application. Provided with direct or belt driven electrical motor with a fixed rotation speed textile industry fans. All mechanical parts and elements of the series are assembled in order to avoid any vibration. It is suitable for the supply and/or exhaust of air where small air volume with high pressure. Ferrari Ventilation is one of the leading textile industry fans manufacturers as Ferrari Ventilation has more than 60 years experience in supplying textile pressure fans in the traditional textile industry.

Recommended fan series for carding process are K, KB, KC, KM. Whereby ART, VCM are used for spinning process. FR and DFR for drying process

Case study


Industry: Textile Industry

Country: Thailand

Fan Type: Pneumatic transportation, high velocity, and high temperature Ferrari industrial fans

Fan Quantity : 6 Units 55 kW

Description: Industrial blowers are used to remove toxic fibers in waste recovery and carding process. High velocity blowers are particularly suitable for spinning  and drying process.

Ferrari Asia Ventilation

Offering fan solutions for textile industry to meet your exact specifications.


pinning is the main process of the textile manufacturing industry in which the fibres are spun into yarns and then woven into fabrics across the finishing processes such as bleaching to turn into textiles.

The textiles are then fabricated into clothes or other products.

The Centrifugal Direct Driven Fan (Mainly used VCM series) is applied in the spinning process by using High pressure Ferrari spinning fans.


arding is in the process of producing a thin sheet of uniform thickness that is compressed to shape a dense continuous untwisted strand called silver. It is followed by compounding which is a process that eliminates short fibres, wholly letting a silver made-up of long fibres, all laid parallel and smoother and more lustrous than uncombed types.

The carded and combed sliver is then spun. The Radial Impeller Ferrari textile industrial carding fans are utilized in the carding process.


rying is mandatory to remove or reduce the water content of the fibres, yarns, and fabrics after the wet process. This process is to use high temperature Ferrari textile drying fans also known as hot blower or dryer blower. The Conveyor Drying System and Drum Drying System are typically used to supply the hot air to the fabrics.

In addition, the drum drying system has 2 types which are conventional and suction drum drying systems for the perforated surface for hot air to flow in and flow out which depends on the systems. Both systems utilise pressurized steam conveying fans.

  • Conventional drum drying system is to lower air velocity to avoid overstretching.
  • Suction drum drying system is able to use high air velocity without causing stretching damage to the fabric.

inishing is in the processes of washing, bleaching, dyeing and coating, as applied to condense textiles or garments. The following steps are weaving and/or production of synthetic materials. These are energy-intensive and require large amounts of water consumption that is typically released as flowing out.


he chemical fiber process is required to transform the textile fibers into yarn; nonwoven, woven, knitted, technical textile; special finishing effects; etc. The processes of chemical textile manufacturing are ranged from sizing, desizing, scouring, bleaching, mercerization, dyeing, printing, special chemical finishing, etc.

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