Spinning is our favorite ‘S’ word

Facilities

The company has two spinning and carding units plus an in-house weaving unit with 34 shuttleless looms.The factory produces quality products monitored with its own in-house international standard equipped laboratory. Each of our units reflects high standards of quality, technology, and innovation. Diamond Wollens Mills is at the forefront of manufacturing premium woolen textiles, and manufacturing divisions.

The organization not only creates jobs for the skilled workforce but also train unskilled workers, helping create a strong talent pool. Every product we create is a source of great honor and pride for our association.

Spinning

The type of spinning used is applicable both for woolen and worsted yarns. In the spinning operation, the wool roving is drawn out and twisted into yarn. There are two main methods used to produce woolen-spun yarns. These are Ring spinning and Mule spinning. Mule-spun yarns generally are superior to ring-spun yarns but they tend to be much more expensive due to the slow production rates and high labor input.

Weaving

The essence of weaving is, simply, to draw one yarn or thread through a set of perpendicular yarns, threading the weft alternately behind and in front of each individual warp thread. Warp threads were usually stronger and heavier than weft threads and came from different grades of fiber.
During weaving there are three primary motions, these include:
-Shedding: where some of the warp yarns are lifted up to form a tunnel, where the weft yarn will be inserted
picking: insertion of the weft yarn
-Beating up: beating the weft yarn, so it lies adjacent to the previous weft yarn.
In addition to these, there is a let-off and take-up action which moves the fabric through the loom in a controlled way. Different types of looms can be used to produce woven fabrics made from wool, with the exception of water jets (wool absorbs too much moisture).

Quality Control Testing

Before dispatching the product to our customers, there is a proper system of checking the quality of each and every inch of the finished product to ensure the quality material.